LEAD WITH ACTION.
What if promoting the good of others overrode selfish aims?
What if leadership were more about ACTION than position? What if working together and asking for help wasn't a sign of weakness? What if debate about opposing perspectives did not divide us? What if promoting the good of others overrode selfish aims? What if educating ourselves about other’s ideas, cultures or beliefs led to greater justice in the world.. or even greater insight in our classrooms? What if we listened with respect for others and in service to a faith that teaches the love and forgiveness of a God who embraces us all? What if living a life of purpose guided us to act, lead and serve with unwavering integrity? Usher in a future where you're proud to be called a leader at Presbyterian School.
Resilience requires relationships, not rugged individualism.
Our trustees include an array of parents, members of First Presbyterian Church, and community professionals who are passionate about the mission of the School.
We believe in investing our resources and time towards professional development in order to encourage faculty to lead us in shaping the School's programming and curriculum.
Safety and security is a top priority for the School given the urban location of our campus and the changing climate of schools. HPD officers are always present during the School day.
Our faculty love the PS community and have found their second home here. A majority of our faculty have taught or worked at the School for at least a decade or more.
We value master teachers. The average number of years of teaching on our faculty is 14.5 years. Our veteran staff have much wisdom and experience to offer students and parents.
Let's reimagine what school must become for the next generation to thrive.
Charles Gramatges, Head of Middle School