The Potter's House School began in 1981 as an elementary school with 12 students and 2 volunteer teachers. The school was started out of a desire to offer a Christ-centered education to families of all ethnic heritages and income levels. A middle school was added in 1992, and the high school program begin in 1998.In addition to equipping our students for economic success, our loving teachers deliver a college-prep curriculum that equips our students to be leaders, godly people of impeccable character, who will use their gifts to make a positive difference for Christ in their family, work place, neighborhoods, and community. We train professionals who are change agents and thinkers; people who passionately glorify God in the world, who use their talents to bring His kingdom to the workplace. Enrollment at The Potter's House High School includes completion of an application and an interview with the school administrator. An application form is available by contacting the Admissions Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our school website at:http://pottershouseschool.org/apply/
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