Our Admission, Finance, Communications and Philanthropy departments will move their offices from 10 Oakdale to 1 Pinedale.
10 Oakdale will be closed from March 30 (at noon) through April 3 to accommodate this move.
In keeping with our Strategic Vision for the Future, Presbyterian School is excited to announce that next year we will be adding one section at each grade level in Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and Second Grade. We recognize that PS is known for being a more "high-touch" and intimate program where our teachers know, love, and challenge their students. Our plan to add these additional sections in Early Childhood and Lower School will enable us to accommodate current demand for our program while shrinking class sizes, giving our teachers the opportunities to connect even more closely with our eager learners. Click on the above link for more information.
While real-world politics rage across the United States, students at Presbyterian School are engaging in their own campaigning and election. In an effort to educate all Presbyterian School students about the unique electoral process that characterizes presidential politics in the United States, Presbyterian School will hold its second election in school history on November 8, 2016.
Presbyterian cross country runner, Paige, has had a tough start to the season. She was plagued with an injury that forced her to sit out the first few cross country meets. At this weekends meet, she was feeling good and wanted to run. Three fourths of the way through the race she was really feeling it. Then this happened...(click to see video). What an amazing example of our students living out our Core Values!
This Tuesday, the JV football team had a phenomenal game against St Michael's and went home with a 14-0 win. The offense, led by Caden Rice at QB made a vast improvement from previous games. Running back Todd Hunt helped move the chains with great runs to get the offense moving. Caden Rice scored two touchdowns with Bonner Johanson and George Still each adding extra point scores. Leo Filardo and Nicholas Oldham both added an interception to help the defense hold St Michaels to a scoreless game. George Still, Charlie Funderburk and John Patton had standout games on defense with several open field solo tackles. The boys had a great game and made tremendous progress so if you see them, be sure to congratulate.