Statement of Values
The extraordinary educators at SPS offer a high quality personalized education with low student-to-teacher ratios, individual attention given to each child, and excellent enrichment programs in the arts and sciences. SPS uses innovative strategies to prepare students for a lifetime of success.
SPS is committed to creating a diverse culture in which children of all backgrounds are welcome and encouraged to learn, play, and work together in respectful, harmonious, and productive ways.
SPS places high value on its relationship with Shallowford Presbyterian Church, a connection that extends the mission of the Church and reinforces the commitment of SPS to the growth and development of each child’s character.
Since 1964 SPS has served the families of the nearby community, believing that strong community bonds strengthen SPS and create an environment in which all children flourish.
We offer preschool classes for ages 2 through Pre-K.
More information on our preschool program can be found here.
Registration for preschool classes can be found here.
We offer grade school classes from kindergarten through 8th grade.
More information on our grade school program can be found here.
The application for grade school classes can be found here.
All of our preschool and grade school classes adhere to a school-wide, grade-specific curriculum. Our goal at SPS is to give each child the tools they need to continue to excel at the next level while continuing to tailor lessons to allow each child to shine. Classes are center-based, meaning there are different areas of the classroom designated to reading, play, exploration, group work, etc.
Click here to find our preschool curriculum goals.
Click here for our K-5 and 6-8 curriculum.
Through various outreach programs and fundraising activities, Shallowford Presbyterian School has been committed to serving the community since our beginning in 1964.
Beginning as a preschool, Shallowford began to grow it's class offerings in 2014 by adding a Kindergarten class. We've continued adding one class per year up through 8th grade.