We offer students a community that extends beyond the classroom through hands-on learning opportunities, field trips, extracurricular activities, family involvement and community connections.
In the Wild. Students enjoy the many field trips their classes take each school year, and each experience provides a unique learning opportunity that can’t be found in a text book.
Family First. Beyond the many multi-child families that choose Good Shepherd for their children’s education, the school’s tight-knit atmosphere and small class sizes helps foster a true sense of community.
Focused Motion. The school’s current renovation project has created classrooms that allow students to better focus and engage each day in the classroom.
Outdoor Classroom. Faculty utilizes the entire Good Shepherd campus to encourage students to engage fully each day.
Right-sized. Class sizes at Good Shepherd are capped to allow each student the opportunity to get the attention he or she needs to grow.
Active, Engaged. Good Shepherd supports a healthy, active lifestyle in all of its students, from its various athletic offerings to its physical education program.
Growing Minds. The Good Shepherd “Lil’ Acre” garden, located on the west end of campus, offers students a unique, hands-on environmental learning experience.
Lasting Bonds. The development of social skills is critical to a child’s growth, and Good Shepherd works to encourage interaction in all aspects of the day.
Fellowship and Fun. By participating in various charitable activities (like the school’s annual Color Run fundraiser), students learn the value of service.
Enthusiasm. There are no dull days at Good Shepherd, and the students’ collective energy is clear the moment you step on campus.
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