Middle School Play

The 5th – 8th graders have been working tirelessly on the 2017 TPH production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Tickets are still available for tonight’s performance! There were only three showings, as the 10:00 am Matinee on March 9 was...

Valuable Lessons

It’s always a great joy when alumni, on their own initiative, share with the school the impact that The Potter’s House has made in their lives. I would like to share a couple of recent statements from one of our former students, Kjh-Lajhni Sanford. An excerpt from...

It Ain’t Over

  One of the most impactful things about The Potter’s House School is the community it brings together. Volunteerism is a vital aspect of our community and you will hear me talk about that a lot. People ARE The Potter’s House. Yet, often, many people do not feel...
Kid Power Grad

Kid Power Grad

Christine Hoekzema remembers the members of the Community of Living Waters as “really hippie people who sang all the time.” Christine grew up on Grandville Avenue between Liberty and Olympia, in the heart of the Roosevelt Park neighborhood where the “young hippies”...
Loving Your Neighbor

Loving Your Neighbor

Abbie and Elijah Cox have attended The Potter’s House school since pre-kindergarten, after their parents discovered the school through a Potter’s House high school parent. “We appreciate the ethnic and socioeconomic diversity,” said their father, Shane Cox. “I see it...