Where every student is remembered!
What if someone had confidence in you before you had confidence in yourself? What if learning to speak in Chapel is the reason you're able to teach others, lead teams, and pitch new business? What if making change happen as a seventh-grade social entrepreneur spurs you to become a scientist, launch a planet-saving startup, or run for office? What if having a Christ-centered education continues to inspire you to grow in belief, understanding, and wisdom? What if PS helped you become the person you are today? Schedule a visit to see where you will always be known and valued, and experience the PS difference.
"Presbyterian School inspired us to be explorers--it fostered curiosity and creativity, rewarded perseverance and integrity, and it asked us to challenge ourselves, all while teaching us to respect each other and the world around us. The school's core values and mission profoundly informed the person I am today, and I couldn't imagine it any other way."
Ben Clemenceau, Alumni Board President
We have high school counselors available to help navigate the high school admissions process from beginning to end to ensure a good high school fit for each student.
Graduates of Presbyterian School have a carefully developed foundation of core values when they leave us and they emerge ready for so much more than just high school; they are ready for life!
Our students display growth mindsets, focusing on dedication and hard work, which create a lifelong love of learning. Their passion and resilience have opened many a door for our graduates in high school.
Our graduates are prepared and not afraid to go out into the world to engage themselves comfortably in communities and their many forms. Each year, students eagerly apply and are accepted to boarding schools around the nation.
The foundation of a PS education is priceless. Students have taken what they learned at Presbyterian and are pursuing their passions, expanding their learning, and uncovering new horizons.
Take time to think about who you are and learn about the wider world.
Gerry Waters, Parent