The cornerstone of the program at Good Shepherd School is its commitment to nurturing each child as a unique individual with a special set of gifts. The faculty and staff seek to instill in each child a strong sense of self-worth and a love of learning. We strive to help each child in our care grow socially, intellectually, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
We believe that young children learn best through play and active engagement. School activities are designed to engage their interest and enthusiasm. Through these activities, age-appropriate concepts and skills are introduced and reinforced. Attention is given to each child's development so that the child experiences success while enjoying challenges.
The Good Shepherd School, established in 1958, continues to operate under the auspices of The Church of the Good Shepherd. The school offers morning classes for two-year olds through four-year olds, a Kindergarten, an Adult-Toddler program, and optional afternoon programs.
The Good Shepherd School welcomes students of any race, religion, color, national, or ethnic origin.