The Potter’s House now serves more than 550 students in grades PreK-12 across two campuses. Teachers and staff take a genuine interest in the students and their wellbeing; including Superintendent John Booy, who greets each student with a handshake and calls them by name every morning.
Class sizes are small, and Christ is at the center of everything they do. In addition to the classroom curriculum, principles of discipleship, stewardship, and decision-making are also instilled in the students. They learn valuable lessons that will stay with them long after they leave the school.
The Potter’s House continues to grow, and has recently expanded and renovated the high school campus with 22,600 square feet of new construction. Students and parents are welcomed into the school with a new front entry and lobby area, and the entire building has received new flooring, paint, furniture, and electrical upgrades. The administration and guidance offices have been relocated and remodeled, along with the art and music classrooms. Nine new classrooms were added to accommodate the growing enrollment, including new biology and chemistry labs. A new gymnasium with locker rooms, public restrooms, and a concession stand was also built, along with new athletic fields for track, baseball, and soccer.