Grace School was founded in 1956 and is the oldest parochial kindergarten in the city of Hopkinsville. We offer morning classes for 3, 4, and 5 year olds with a maximum class size of about 8 students. The Board of Directors consists of members of the parish, and the school is under the spiritual direction of the Rector and Vestry of Grace Church. While this is an Episcopal School, all children of various denominations, races and ethnic groups are enrolled. It is hoped that, through the environment and experience in this school, children will be helped in the formation of Christian attitudes and values which will guide them throughout their lives.
Meet The Teachers
Grace School is staffed by well-qualified teachers, experienced in pre-school education. All staff members at Grace are trained by the Episcopal Diocese for proper interaction with children. Teachers focus on developmentally appropriate instruction through hands-on activities, socialization, and play. It is the teachers’ goal to make each child’s first school experience a positive one and hopefully to begin to instill a life-long love of learning!
Angie Puckett taught grades K-4 for thirteen years, was Curriculum Specialist for ten years, and taught Kindergarten for her last four years before retiring from Christian County Public Schools in May 2017. She began teaching at Grace School in September of 2017. Mrs. Angie loves the small classroom setting at Grace where she can give individualized instruction based on students’ needs.
Alesha Hall's first experience with Grace School was when she sent her own children beginning in 2008. She started as an aide in 2009 and then became a full-time teacher in 2014. Mrs. Hall has had experience teaching three and four-year-olds. She really enjoys working with this age group and having an impact on developing young minds.