We Thrive on Diversity
In 1981 a group of young college grads began The Potter’s House with the intention of making a real difference in urban children’s lives. Class sizes would be kept small. Families would be involved. Lives would be changed. We would emphasize the principles of discipleship, stewardship, and decision-making in a Christ-centered atmosphere.
The Potter’s House has a unique approach: a truly Christ-centered education for a diverse student body.
Today we are fully accredited and serve more than 540 students in grades PK-12 on two campuses. While many exciting things have changed about The Potter’s House since 1981, our mission has remained constant: making Christ-centered education available to all children. Learn more about our history here.
The Potter’s House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nondiscriminatory organization.
We are accredited by AdvancED.
Learn about our Mission, Vision and Core Values here.
Read stories of current students and alumni here.
Diversity @ The Potter’s House school
- African 7.3%
- African American 18.6%
- Asian 3.5%
- Hispanic/Latino 30.1%
- Caucasian 38.3%
- Native American 1.2%
- Hawaiian/Pacific Islander .2%
- Multi-Racial .7%