Running Children


Where Every Child Matters

We believe in changing lives for students and their families, by offering high quality preschool education for under-resourced children ages 3 through 5 in Greenville, SC.

Teenage Students Raising Hands

"The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts."

C.S. Lewis


At SPS, we want children and families to feel supported, loved, and motivated to succeed!  

Our vision for students ages 3 through 5 is to:

  • Enjoy small class sizes (no more than 10 students per class)

  • Receive instruction from state certified teachers

  • Offer individualized learning to meet each child’s educational and personal growth goals


Students will leave SPS and enter kindergarten and first grade meeting – if not exceeding – South Carolina public school grade level requirements. Our goal is to help every student build the confidence they need to succeed in their educational journey, as well as support our families to create positive learning environments for their children.

Qualifying applicants may attend SPS for free, but sliding scale payments will also be accepted


The mission of Shepherd’s Promise School is to provide enlightening classroom environments led by staff who wholeheartedly believe in changing lives.

We will provide a nurturing school where every child feels supported, loved, and motivated and where their natural belonging invites them to achieve a higher quality of life, develop strong character, and become successful contributors to their community.

We also believe in cultivating a spirit of empowerment in our staff to relentlessly dream and fight for the betterment of the community by continuing to use the most innovative strategies.

Chalkboard Drawings


We are now accepting inquiries for students to enroll in SPS. Please contact us today to learn more!


Located inside Trinity Church of Greenville

100 Pete Hollis Blvd
Greenville, Greenville County 29601


Belinda Black, Executive Director

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