We are honored that you are considering Good Shepherd Episcopal School as a partner for your child’s education.
Good Shepherd inspires children to learn with confidence, serve with compassion, and lead with courage. Our mission is carried out by providing your children with experiential learning and leadership opportunities from PreK through 8th grade. We know that rigorous academics don’t have to be taught in a mechanical and monotonous method and that children learn best through play, innovation, and experience.
Good Shepherd Episcopal School offers the advantage of a learning environment which encourages your child to take risks and stretch intellectually, physically, and spiritually without the added pressure of sharing a campus with high school students.
The best way for you to get to know Good Shepherd is to join us at any of our Prospective Parent Visits, Open House events, or on a tour. You may find our PreK students working with 4th grade students to create light-up sculptures; you may happen upon Kindergartners constructing ice castles; or, perhaps 7th grade students aren’t learning on our campus, but rather their education is taking place in the Buffalo National River Park on their annual Classroom of the Earth trip.
Please let us know how we may assist you as you navigate the admission process. We look forward to meeting you soon and sharing with you our joy and passion for Good Shepherd Episcopal School.
Director of Admissions
It is the policy of Good Shepherd Episcopal School to administer all of its educational programs, including admission and tuition assistance without regard to race, color, sex (including sexual orientation and gender expression), religion, national and ethnic origin, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law. All information relating to applications for tuition assistance will be held by Good Shepherd Episcopal School in the strictest of confidence and will not be released to any third party. Documentation from custodial, non-custodial, and stepparents will not be shared with other members of the student's family.