At Good Shepherd, our mission is to inspire your children to learn with confidence, serve with compassion, and lead with courage. From the first day of prekindergarten through eighth grade graduation, we do our best to provide an environment to achieve this mission. We ensure that our students are confident learners by encouraging intellectual exploration. We give our students many chances to feed their spiritual selves and build compassion by serving others. We provide various leadership opportunities across grade levels to instill respect, courage, and acceptance so our students make a positive impact on the world around them.
Good Shepherd Episcopal School Reviews
They offer COE (Classroom of the Earth) camping trips for each grade, and place strong emphasis on Spanish language. There is a language immersion Costa Rica trip in the summer for students entering 7th and 8th grade.
Good Shepherd was recently most generous in disaster relief: water and supplies gathered, driven down in the trailer, and meals were served, and taking in 40 Hurricane Harvey evacuee students temporarily until they could be placed in other schools.
The only complaint we have is that the cafeteria food is not as good as what they serve at some of the other private schools who use Sage.