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Early Childhood


What if play and imagination were the most valuable players in every school day? Experience learning in PK3, PK4 and Kindergarten with teachers who dream and children who delight in the boundless potential of each day. 

Lower School


What if your child learned and gained perseverance through problem solving? What if your child grew more independent and confident while doing so? Experience Confidence in every Child, 1st-5th grade.

Middle School


Relish the middle school experience at Presbyterian School where reflection, exploration, fortitude and celebration - and gracious adults - guide 6th-8th grade students toward great thinking and practical leadership.

Faith at Work


What if the fear of David facing Goliath for the first time came alive as you put on David's shoes? What if your childlike faith grew to move mountains? See the Spirit of God at work in acts of faith and kindness.

Fine Arts


What if your God-given gifts were mined, sending you forth with a greater knowledge of who you are meant to be? Work together with invested teachers and friends in a culture that honors and invites artistic pursuit.



What if physical training made me stronger spiritually, mentally and emotionally? Dare to join one of our 35 Presbyterian School sports teams and become a Panther who strives for the greatest rewards.


oh, the places you’ll go


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from PS to anywhere


Meet Thomas Edison. He’s considered to be one of the most prolific inventors of our time. He invented the light bulb, phonograph, and motion picture camera and developed the telegraph and telephone. In third grade, Clayton researched Thomas Edison  and hopes to create great things like him. At PS, we encourage students to Think.Make.Talk. See how this creative spirit unfolds in the life of our alum, Jorge Ortiz (‘04).   


Meet Harriet Tubman. She was an American abolitionist and social activist. Tubman used a network of safe houses known as the Underground Railroad to rescue enslaved people. In third grade, Katie researched Harriet Tubman and hopes to be an advocate like her. At PS, we encourage students to use their talents and resources to help their community. See how a persevering passion unfolds in the life of our alum, Nico Del Frate (‘20).


Meet Neil Armstrong. He was an American astronaut and aeronautical engineer who was the first man to walk on the Moon. Armstrong pushed the limits of what humans thought possible. In third grade, Whit researched Neil Armstrong and hopes to be a great adventurer like him. At PS, we encourage students to research big ideas. See how courageous exploration unfolds in the life of our alum, Will Rippeto (‘14).


Meet Jane Goodall. She is a leading primatologist and anthropologist. Goodall worked for over 60 years with chimpanzees and redefined species conservation. In third grade, Camila researched Jane Goodall and hopes to cherish all living things like her. At PS, we encourage students to respect each other and the environment. See how compassion drives the work of our alum, Arin Drtil (‘10).


Meet Babe Ruth. He was an American professional baseball player who started as a left-handed pitcher, earned his fame as an outfielder, and became one of the greatest baseball players of all time, landing in the Baseball Hall of Fame. In third grade, Bryce researched Babe Ruth and hopes to become an all-start athlete like him. At PS, we encourage students to play and find joy in both learning and competing. See how our alum, Owen Holt (‘13), is achieving his childhood dream. 


Meet Amelia Earhardt. She was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Earhardt set many other records and wrote best-selling books about her flying experiences. In third grade, Hannah researched Amelia Earhardt and hopes to set her own personal record. At PS we have confidence in students to achieve their personal best. See how this confident spirit takes alum, Christine Parrish (‘19) to new heights.