School of Grammar (1st-6th)

The Grammar School years are a special time in the life of a student and our mission is to provide a joyful and interactive environment that balances high academic standards with Christian character formation that inspires students to learn and grow to their full potential.

Grammar school at Annapolis encompasses grades 1 – 6 and is a time of wonder and excitement during which students grow and explore the world through a rich, carefully chosen classical curriculum designed to expand their horizons and inspire a passion for learning.

Grammar School Days

Walking by a grammar school classroom on any given day, you will hear students chanting parts of speech, reciting Latin verb endings, memorizing Bible verses, retelling historical events, singing in 3-part choral arrangements, or engaging in classroom discussions.  If you peek inside, you will see students practicing classroom presentations, working in groups to create a simple machine, acting out a scene from Shakespeare, reading aloud a passage from literature, painting, drawing, or sculpting, or learning instruments.

Courses Taught in Grammar

Latin (beginning in 3rd Grade)
Fine Arts

Grammar School Faculty

Mrs. Amy Atkinson
1st Grade

Mrs. Valerie Perez
2nd Grade

Ms. Kay Watson
3rd Grade

Mrs. Lindsey Colston
4th Grade

Ms. Julia Carlisle
5th Grade

Ms. Susan Hanscheck
6th Grade

Mrs. Cynthia Walker
6th Grade

Mrs. Melodi Sigler

Ms. Angel Domengeaux
1st-3rd Grade Music

Ms. Shelby Runyan
4th – 5th Grade Music

Mrs. Katy Johnson
Grammar Art

Mrs. Jane Petrus
1st & 2nd Grade Aide