For over fifty years, GES has provided an outstanding education to children in Northeast Louisiana. According to its mission, “Grace Episcopal School provides a challenging curriculum that promotes academic excellence in a Christian environment in order to nurture each child’s spiritual, intellectual, ethical and physical development. Grace Episcopal School embraces diversity among its faculty and student body.”
At GES, we live our mission. We have weekly worship services for all students, and the Episcopal Church is well known for its Commitment to diversity. Grace students represent many different religions and belief systems, and all are welcome and embraced. To prepare our students to succeed tomorrow, we believe strongly in developing and encouraging students to explore their creative side. Author Daniel Pink, in his book A Whole New Mind, explores the importance of the right-brain’s rise into prominence. While much of the twentieth century rewarded individuals who excelled in left-brained, analytical thinking skills, Pink and many others believe that the twenty first century will be dominated by right-brained (creative) thinkers.
Students at GES explore their creative side. They work, play and have fun, and we do our best to make sure that we are developing socially responsible individuals who are committed to giving back to others. Please take the time to come visit us. You are always welcome, and once you visit; we hope that you will have a sense of why we are so proud of our community!
"Grace Episcopal School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, creed, national, or ethnic origin, or physical disability in the administration of its admissions, hiring, and educational policies; financial aid programs; athletic and other school-administered programs. All persons are invited to apply."