Financial Aid

Financial Aid is available, please email admin@thegoodshepherdacademy.org or call the office for more information.

The Good Shepherd Academy is an independent, coeducational K-12 classical academy in the Catholic tradition. Founded by parents as primary educators, they seek to lead students to Know, Love, and Serve God through a rigorous classical curriculum in obedience to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. With reverent attendance at daily Mass, and Eucharistic adoration, students seek truth, beauty, and goodness that emphasizes virtue, wisdom, and discipline in learning.

The Good Shepherd Academy has both a four day school (Monday through Thursday) and a one day a week (Friday) homeschool academy.

The Good Shepherd Academy 2023-24
The Good Shepherd Homeschool Academy 2023-24

Centurion Challenge

Monthly Centurion Challenge for May

To grow in the virtue of Obedience.

 

Obedience consists in being ready and willing to fulfill the command of one's superior, out of love for God. 

 

"I admire the Infant of Bethlehem; He is all-powerful, and yet does whatever He is told without a word."

-St. Francis de Sales

Centurion Challenge

Reminders

Prayer Requests

If you have any prayer requests that you would like the TGSA students and staff to pray for, please email these requests to the office. We will keep these intentions in our daily prayers.

Gradelink Information for Parents

To see how to set alerts for grades and view assignments, please see the Student/Parent Tutorial at
https://www.gradelink.com/parent-student-login/


WASC accrediting commission

Please support our corporate sponsors that generously support the FEED the NEED project.

Our Affiliations

Institute for Catholic Liberal Education
Classical Latin School Association
The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
National Association of Private Catholic and Independent Schools

The Good Shepherd Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.