- Early Morning care is available from 7:00 to 7:45 a.m.
- Primary School check-in begins at 7:45 to 8:15 a.m.
- Dismissal is from 2:30 – 2:45 p.m.
- The Grace After-school Program (GAP) is available from 2:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Main Office Hours
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
During holiday and vacation periods, hours may vary.
10219 Ella Lee Lane
Houston, Texas 77042
Important Primary School Contacts
Primary School Principal
Primary School Assistant
Main School Office
Educational Catering (ECI)
Grace School requires parents to complete and submit vital health information forms in case of emergencies as well as to provide faculty and staff with information that may be essential to the health and well-being of your child during their time at Grace School.
Lands’ End is the uniform provider for Grace School. Only PreK3 and PreK4 students are required to wear uniforms. Please visit their website to order (Grace School Preferred School Code 900185810) and follow the uniform checklists for each grade by gender.
Each custodial parent/legal guardians will receive an Identification badge. If you need additional ID badges for individuals other than the custodian parents (nannies, caregivers, grandparents, etc. who will be picking up or dropping off on a regular basis), please complete the ID badge request form.
All campus visitors (parents, nannies, tutors, grandparents, etc.) must present a legal form of photo ID before entering campus.
Grace School requires all parent vehicles to be registered with the school. Each family will receive two car tags to display in their windshield. Car tags will be distributed at the beginning of the school year. If you need a replacement, please contact the registrar at email@example.com.
For Primary School families, early dismissals have to be picked up by 2:15 p.m. Any time after 2:15 will be dismissed in regular dismissal.
The Grace School Annual Fund is our primary fundraising initiative, providing the critical extra resources that are essential to the Grace School experience. Every year, our goal is to receive 100% parent participation in annual giving. If you have any questions about the Annual Fund, download the FAQ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grace School Parents Club (GSPC) is the Parent-Teacher Association/Organization (PTA/PTO) at Grace School. The purpose of GSPC is to provide support to the students, faculty, administration, staff and their families through volunteerism and organized fundraising. Every parent or legal guardian of a student currently enrolled at Grace School along with staff are automatic members of the GSPC. For more information and to find out how to get involved, email email@example.com.
Communication from Grace School
Occasionally, the Head of School or other school administrators will send an email to all parents with timely information or updates. You do not have to sign up for e-blasts as they will be received by the primary email address listed for each student.
Grace School Website
Graceschool.org provides current and prospective families with our mission statement, curriculum guides, parent/student handbook, calendar, school news, important forms and documents, athletics, lunch menus, ways to support, Parents’ Club and volunteer information.
Kaymbu is an online platform and mobile app to share with families the documentation of a child’s growth and learning through photos, captions, and other highlights. Weekly newsletter updates and other reminders will be pushed to parents through Kaymbu.
SMS (Text) Messaging
Grace School uses a notification service called Parent Alert to send important information regarding time-sensitive school happenings, e.g., a school closure, campus emergency, a power outage or an unusual weather situation affecting campus operations.
Emails from Room Moms
Expect correspondence from your grade level Room Mom. These parent volunteers will send information about upcoming events in your grade, actions needed by parents and may include information about class parties, etc.
The Grace School Annual Report is published once a year for alumni, parents, grandparents and special friends of Grace School. It includes the annual report of giving along with an overview of activities and events related to fundraising.
Grace Middle School students publish a yearbook each spring. Every student in each grade level will be featured in the yearbook and orders can be placed online. Click here for more information.