MISSION & VISION

The Potter's House provides a Christ-centered education to children of all ethnic heritages and income levels, equipping them to serve God and society to their fullest potential.

Education is a Gift

There are many ways to gift an education to students, one way is to become a Partner. If you are already a Partner, invite someone you know to join you on that journey. To explore and learn more, contact Heather Osterink. She can give you more information and/or set up a lunch and tour of the school.   hosterink@tphgr.org 616-818-3759

Growing Hope – Together Update

God has done wondrous things through the many who have contributed to the campaign. We are not quite there yet! There is still a need of $3.1 million. Please help us complete the Growing Hope – Together Campaign with whatever means, small or large.

 

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Get Involved

This school year, approximately 600 students will get access to affordable Christ-centered education, exceptional teachers, a safe and caring environment, and a vibrantly diverse student body. Here are a few ways that YOU make that possible...

DONATIONS help pay for student scholarships. VOLUNTEERING helps keep the tuition-cost/per student low. PARTNERING with a student shows them that someone believes that they can do it. SHARING YOUR STORY gives God glory and encourages others.

Learning to See God in All Things: The Story of the Wonder Class

The Dream For years, TPH middle school teacher Eunsub Cho has wrestled […]

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8th Grade trip to DC, 2019

8th Graders Learn About Leadership and Discernment in Washington D.C.

From May 6-10, the 8th-grade class spent an unforgettable week in Washington, […]

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Around The House | 6-7-2019

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April-June 2019 Prayer Calendar

April-June 2019 Prayer Calendar

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NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
The Potter's House admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.