12 years ago, we started to wonder…
What would education look like if we combined faith and character values with a STEM-focused program?
What if we could truly inspire children to become compassionate, thoughtful students eager to engage with and change the world around them? Today, we do that in more ways than ever.
At Grace School, we’re a private school that believes that faith and STEM are not mutually exclusive. From ages 20 months through 8th Grade, we teach our students to think critically, make connections and be unafraid to pursue their ambitions despite their uncertainty.
Our Core Principles
Galvanized by our STEM accreditation, from AdvancED, Grace School is perfectly positioned to prepare our students for the next level of learning. We are a School where children develop the skills and mindset to become compassionate innovators, problem solvers and changemakers. Grounded in Christian values, we prepare all of our students for high school and beyond.
At Grace School, we are guided by three core principles:
Fueled by inspiration, creativity and curriculum, we create unique learning experiences for our students and celebrate their intellectual pursuits.
At a Glance
Imagine a school where effort is recognized; where each class is the epicenter of student collaboration. Picture a place where students and teachers will engage in interesting conversation about the refugee crisis long after the school day ends. Imagine a school where students feel safe to explore, where they’re not afraid to be wrong and where they gain the tools to figure out the answer for themselves. This is a typical day of learning at Grace School.
- Faculty and Staff: 81
- Total Enrollment: 486
- Senior Class Valedictorians: 25+
- Student Age Range: 20 months – 8th Grade
- Middle School Service Hours: 5,400
- Community Events: 47
- Published Works: 226
- Athletic Championships: 23
- Enrichment Classes: 14
- Nature Explore Classrooms: 2
- Technological Devices 1:1
- Physical Activities Per Day: 60 Minutes
- Experiential Learning Experiences: 54
AdvancED (formerly known as the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools) and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
AdvancED STEM and Nature Explore
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), Council for Advancement and Support Education (CASE), Association of Supervision of Curriculum Development (ASCD), and Houston Association of Independent Schools (HAIS)