Our Young Pre classroom is for ages. This age group is working on developing their fine and gross motor skills, that are gaining independence and developing their social skills through play.

Welcome to Potterhouse School

As you make your way along the walkway onto our campus mid-morning, there is a calm that may make you wonder whether there is any activity going on. But if you listen keenly, you will hear a hum of voices from the east, west and south wings; rhymes from the kindergarten corners and debates in high school classrooms. You will discover a beehive of activity. When you visit our website – and I hope you will – you will learn about the ethos and practices that inform our approach to teaching and learning; and you will see images of lively and engaged students from age two through high school.

Since May 2002, we have been growing a community that is a haven for students, characterized by warmth, care and support. We offer a place for children and young people to be the best version of themselves; where they are encouraged to take ownership of their learning as they explore their interests and discover their passions and talents. We are committed to preparing students for the ever-changing global community by building their character alongside their academic pursuits, with the understanding that we will never know where our influence stops. Therefore, we teach knowing that we touch lives forever. We envision students who have potential to positively impact not only the nation but the world at large, being cognizant of the fact that intelligence plus character is the goal of true education.

We have a reputation of providing an environment where all students are able to thrive academically, socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually; where students are encouraged to be critical thinkers, creative problem solvers and excellent communicators.

If all-rounded excellence, character building and personalized learning opportunities in an affirming and dynamic environment are what you desire for your child, I heartily encourage you to pay the school a visit.