Vol. 2 | No. 1

August 2021

Vol. 2 | No. 1

August 2021

Dear Future Grace School Gators,

Welcome to Gator Bites! This monthly admissions newsletter will keep you connected with Grace School events and news. It will include pictures, parent testimonials, and important admissions dates and deadlines. We look forward to staying connected with you throughout this admissions process.

This past week our hallways were filled with big smiles and laughter. Our students were so eager and excited to be back at school. We opened our doors and welcomed 117 new Grace School Gators.

While we are adapting to our current and always-changing environment, our core values have not changed. We are a community devoted to inspiring creators, building problem-solvers, guiding innovators, and growing changemakers. We are committed to showing that our faith in Christ is present as we initiate purposeful change and commit to serving others.

I know selecting the right school for your family and your child is an important one. As you start your journey through the admissions process for the upcoming school year, please do not hesitate to reach out when you have questions. I am here to guide and assist you through the process.

I look forward to learning more about your child and your family. I also look forward to sharing all of the aspects that make Grace School an exceptional place for learning and a community that will soon feel like home. If you have not yet had the opportunity to come on campus, click here to schedule a tour.

I look forward to meeting you!

Important Admissions Dates and Information:

  • Applications for the 2022-2023 school year are now open! Click here to submit your child’s application.
  • Priority application deadline (with all required components) is Friday, January 21, 2022
  • Save the date! Middle School student visitation day will be on Wednesday, January 12th, 2022.

Parent Testimonial

“After touring 14 schools, it’s still hard to really know if it’s right until your child actually starts attending. Even then, you may love the school, but your child may not. For my 4-year-old, it was a clear and swift confirmation within his first week of the best decision to choose Grace School. We were coming off of a horrible experience and could not afford another one so early in life. Despite living in SBISD where public schools are sought after, the faith component, presence of HPD on campus for safety, small class size with genuinely caring teachers and overall engaging culture (parents and administration) the Grace way was something I hadn’t been convinced of at other places. Impressively relieved that the search is over.” – Current Second Grade Mom

All smiles for the first day of school!