8West Feature: Our Unique Mentor Program

“The Potter’s House is a local school that provides a Christ-centered education for students of all ethnic heritages and income levels, and while they have a lot of unique programs, today we’re focusing on their mentor program between students. We have three mentors from The Potter’s House with us today to talk about this special […]

8West Feature: The Potter’s House offers students unique programs

The Potter’s House offers students a variety of learning experiences that will help students understand who they are as learners. Not everyone learns in the same way, and so we’ve created a space where all different kinds of learners can flourish. 6th and 7th graders have the option to join our Wonder Academy program. Wonder […]

8West Feature: How the Potter’s House Offers a Unique Education

Our friends at WOOD and the 8West program recently featured The Potter’s House! They shared, “The Potter’s House is a school that provides a Christ-centered education for students of all ethnic heritages and income levels. It’s a unique and special school culture that offers many benefits to students. Today, we have Janorise Robinson, Director of […]

8West Feature: Local School Offers Opportunities for Kids of All Backgrounds

Our friends at WOOD and the 8West program recently featured The Potter’s House! They shared, “There’s a school that provides a Christ-centered education for students of all ethnic heritages and income levels, equipping them to achieve their fullest potential. Janoirse and John, from The Potter’s House, join us to talk about what makes their school […]

2021 Senior Spotlight: Elijah Cox

I was born in Redlands, California. My father had been a teacher but felt led to ministry work. He found ministry opportunities in Michigan. When I was little, we moved to Grand Rapids. It was a difficult time financially, but we put our faith in God’s calling. The Potter’s House (TPH) school was a good […]

2021 Senior Spotlight: Sam Kortman

My name is Sam. I was born in Guatemala. My birth mom was not financially able to care for me, so when I was about seven months old, I was adopted by my American family. A few years later, as they were looking for a good Christ-centered school that was diverse and could fit my […]

“How Has the Potter’s House Impacted My Family?”

Parent: Alma Obande Students: Antonio Graduating Class of 2017 Ashlyn 11th grade (Senior 2020-2021) Aniya 9th grade (Sophomore 2020-2021) Saraye 5th grade (6th grade 2020-2021) Benicio Young 3’s (PreK 2020-2021) My family’s journey with The Potter’s House School started back in 2000 when I worked for a wonderful company called Butterball Farms. During that time, […]

TPH COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan

August 3, 2020   Dear Potter’s House Family,   Since 1981, The Potter’s House has remained focused on fulfilling its mission: to provide a Christ-centered education for children of all ethnic heritages and income levels, equipping them to serve God and society to their fullest potential. The group that founded the school made a commitment […]

Senior Spotlight: Massan Yawa Jasmine Akolly

I am from Togo, a country in West Africa. I started school at a very young age. The school system in Togo was not favorable toward girls, and teachers felt that girls were just wasting their parents’ money and time. By being a girl and the youngest student in my classes, I felt alone. For […]