Grammar School Experience

Grammar School is a time of wonder and excitement during which students grow and explore the world. Field trips at each grade level are carefully chosen to enhance the curriculum and broaden the student’s horizons. Whether hiking through the woods at the Audubon Center, listening to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, or exploring the Perot Museum, students are actively engaged in the learning experience.

There are several highly anticipated, time-honored Covenant traditions that Grammar School students enjoy annually. Each grade level has a Living History Day to experience the sights, sounds, tastes, and activities of the time period they are studying. Our annual Spring Fling is a highlight for every Grammar School student as they are surprised by a special day of fun and games at the park.

Grammar School students also experience the excitement of being on an E-12 campus. Each class has a senior buddy, participates in pep rallies, and enjoys the athletic competitions, drama, and music productions of the Logic and Rhetoric Schools.

Parents are an integral part of this experience. On any given day you may see parents on campus to attend chapel, watch a recitation, drive for a field trip, or simply to eat lunch with their children.