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Community & Belonging


Good Shepherd Episcopal School's Community and Belonging journey begins with knowledge, reflection, and affirmation, strengthening our resolve to become our authentic selves and to respect and honor the identity of others, while seeking peace and promoting justice.Community & Belonging Philosophy


At Good Shepherd School, nurturing a warm and inclusive community has always been a cornerstone of our mission. We are dedicated to strengthening our school family through our shared commitment to fostering a sense of belonging and unity.

This essential work is deeply rooted in our Episcopal identity, our educational mission, and our unwavering dedication to developing well-rounded individuals. At Good Shepherd, we instill in our students the values of loving one's neighbor as oneself and respecting the inherent dignity of every human being.


We foster meaningful relationships by engaging with and learning from multiple perspectives.


We create a welcoming environment in which all are respected, supported, and accepted as children of God. 


We embrace and celebrate individuality with humility.


We aspire to provide opportunities for success to all in our community.



We invite and welcome all faiths, races, creeds, orientations, and perspectives.

For questions about Good Shepherd's Community & Belonging commitment, please contact Ms. May, Director of Community & Belonging, at 214-390-6453 or

We extend an invitation to all our families to engage in one-on-one conversations with Ms. May, Director of Community & Belonging, to share your thoughts and experiences related to our community and belonging initiatives, express your enthusiasm for this important work, and address any questions or concerns you may have. Conversations can held in-person, or by phone or Zoom sessions.

Schedule a Family Listening Session