Presbyterian School was founded on the premise that children should be educated in an environment that integrates the three major institutions in their lives: the family, the school, and the church. Dedicated to strengthening the lives of children and their families, the school provides an educational program of the highest quality in a Christian environment. Students are respected and treated as individuals of worth, and are encouraged to develop a sense of responsibility in relation to God, to themselves, to others, to their environment and to the world in which they live. At Presbyterian School, children are given the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential; intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually; in a supportive yet challenging environment. The school's curriculum is developmentally appropriate, respecting the individual learning styles and capabilities of each child, and accommodates children's different talents and rates of growth and development.
Family, School and Church united in the education and support of each Child.
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