Our school’s mission and educational philosophy encompasses the whole child, including their social-emotional development. It is important for our children to be with us and each other while growing in their spiritual, social and emotional advancement.
We will be returning physically to our campus for instruction this fall, following Health and Safety standards as recommended by our new Health and Safety Committee, TEA, CDC, Public Health Department, federal guidelines, and our ISAS Accreditation’s high standards. You will notice physical changes in classrooms, events, and scheduling. However, it is our priority to not compromise our close community and unique aspects of our school. By design, our class groupings are small and allow for easily adapted settings, and our physical spacing is large. We can have our entire student body on campus daily.
We look forward to the first day of school on August 13!
"A distinctive characteristic of this school is how enduring the convictions of its founders have been. There have been many changes over the years, but each has grown out of the original beliefs in a strong curriculum, a healthy athletic and play program, a strong sense of Christian principle, and a realization that an education community is most successful when every member contributes to it."
- Cynthia Gore, Fall 1988, President, School Board of Trustees