Grace Episcopal School is currently working remotely. Please email our office with any questions you may have.
Grace has limited spaces available for the 2020-21 school year. Our Admissions Office is open for virtual meetings and tours. Schedule a tour or call by emailing our Director of Admissions, Amanda Hungerford.
As a coeducational, independent school for children ages 3 through grade five, Grace specializes in the foundational years of early and elementary education. With a strong academic program and emphasis on the power of goodness, Grace sets children on a path to success in middle school and beyond. Students benefit from small class sizes and individualized instruction led by dedicated teachers. Our differentiated approaches to learning allow children to grow and develop in a safe and nurturing environment where they learn to be critical thinkers, innovative problem solvers and confident leaders.
Grace has space in limited grades for the 2020-21 school year. We invite you to experience how we've shaped a foundational education experience for our students that inspires lifelong learning, as well as spiritual, emotional, physical, and social growth. The Admissions Office is open for virtual meetings and tours. We are working hard to make sure we can still bring you the Grace experience while school doors are closed. To schedule a phone call, zoom meeting or virtual tour, please email Amanda Hungerford, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, you may complete our online inquiry form here.
Don't forget: school doors may be closed for the time being, but the spirit of Grace is alive and well on our social media accounts. Connect with us for a closer look at what is going on at Grace!
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Grace Episcopal School and offices remained closed through the end of the 2019-20 school year to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. With a quick pivot to Grace's Distance Learning Plan, teachers and students were able to connect in an entirely new way. We are incredibly proud of the way our community supported one another in this unprecedented time. Grace students finished off the year virtually, completing new material and proving their resilience and strength in facing this challenge head on. Way to go, Grace!
We look forward to reopening school doors once again in the fall, with new safety measures in place.