Summer Office Hours
The main office will be open Monday-Thursday, 9:00am to 2:00pm.

Back-to-School Newsletter
Back-to-School Newsletter

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2022 Graduation
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Our Philosophy

Gray Stone Day School is a regional school that provides a rigorous, college preparatory curriculum for students in grades 6 - 12. While developing strong character, students engage in highly challenging courses that will require them to work diligently in and out of the classroom. A high caliber teaching staff prepares a rigorous curriculum to prepare students for post-secondary opportunities.

Gray Stone Middle School (grades 6-8)
The Middle School was established in 2017 in order to help students prepare for the rigors of a college prep high school. Students are coming from many different counties as well as many different elementary experiences. The sixth-grade teachers nurture students as they adjust to the high expectations Gray Stone requires. Students learn to be respectful of their peers, teachers and the facilities in order to allow everyone to do their best in the classroom. As the student’s journey continues, seventh and eighth grade teachers build on those qualities as they provide strong, in-depth curriculum as well continuing to help students learn to develop strong organizational skills, study skills and time management. A typical schedule will include four core classes, PE class, and an elective rotation of three different opportunities. Fixed and regular support will be provided to all students.

Gray Stone Senior High (grades 9-12)
Students in the Senior High enjoy a great deal of freedom because of what the staff has come to expect. The skills and behaviors that have been cultivated and reinforced through the previous years should now be second nature. The level of student accountability has increased and as such students are able to manage small windows of their own time. Students understand that they are responsible for their education as well as their behavior. The schedule at this level may include a period for students that is an open, unmanaged time or they may be taking an on-line college course. The goal is for students to learn to take advantage of these times just like they will be required to do in college and in life beyond. Course schedules at this level depend on the student's needs as it relates to their individualized graduation plan.

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