GNCGA offers many programs to further our students learning and education. We partner with Risen Christ for our education and ESL programs.
Greg Norman Champions Golf Academy offers a wide variety of education levels and classes for every middle and high school full time student. With our partnership through Risen Christ and K-12, we provide the same experience of being in a classroom. This helps to instill positive habits of learning independently. Risen Christ (RCCA) is a nationally accredited school (NLSA) and a SEVIS certified institution which allows the issuing of I-20’s for obtaining a student visa.
RCCA offers an education of academic excellence since 1976. Consequently, small class sizes and multi-aged classrooms allow students to learn at their level and afford students a more personalized education. RCCA middle school and high school is a combination of both online and traditional teaching which allows students to continue their secondary education in a flexible environment and permits students to pursue extracurricular interests, and career path choices through internships and meaningful service learning projects.
For those who are not familiar with ESL (English as a Second Language), it is to teach international students English. The English Language department is designed to enhance our international students’ English language skills in academic, professional and social settings. GNCGA has instructors trained in teaching ESL to create a rewarding and enjoyable classroom experience for our students. ESL is offered to every player at GNCGA. This includes full time students, customized students, week to week participants, and gap year students.
Our goal is to provide the highest education possible to every student at any age. Providing the level of education program is beneficial to a student’s future in college as well as becoming a professional golfer. This further benefits each student for obtaining a college scholarship in the U.S. Therefore, GNCGA has a 92% scholarship rate for all students in each program