At Grace, we say that our students are known, nurtured, challenged, but most of all -- loved. Grace students are active learners, empathetic friends, and engaged classmates. They care for one another and the world around them. We invite you to visit our community to see them in action, or read more by following the links below.
As this year's Grade 5 class gets ready for promotion and new adventures, the students are encouraged to look back on their time at Grace. In chapel on May 31, 2017, Grade 5 students shared their end-of-year prayers with us. You can read these testimonies -- moving, funny, and sincere -- here.
Click here to read our blog post about the 2017 Awards Assembly
The majority of our Grade 5 students and their families have received decisions from the area schools they applied to for Grade 6 placements. Mrs. Kennedy and Ms. Danish have truly enjoyed working with all of our families this year, and they have both been so pleased with the wonderful feedback they have received about our students from these receiving schools. The 2017 admission season has been a very strong one for our Gryphons who gained acceptances to Barrie, Bullis, Christ Episcopal, Edmund Burke, Green Acres, Holy Child, Landon, Lowell, Maret, McLean, Sandy Springs Friends School, St. Albans, St. Andrew’s, St. Anselm’s, St. John’s Episcopal, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School, Stone Ridge, and Washington Episcopal School..
Interested in hearing some student voices? Watch "What Does Grace Mean to You?", a short film by student filmmaker Oskar Floman.