Same Accreditation as Some of the Best Colleges!

School Starts Back August 14, 2017



    Our 33rd ANNUAL HARVEST CARNIVAL will be Saturday, October 14th from 11am-3pm.

    We need LOTS of parent/grandparent VOLUNTEERS, so please sign up to volunteer from 11am-1pm or 1pm-3pm.

    We will have a ton of fun Games, Face Painting, Haunted House, Bounce House, Silent Auction, Bake Sale, tons of FOOD, and a GREAT DAY OF FAMILY FUN!  You do not want to miss out!

     2017-2018 School Year Enrollment is officially OPEN!

    Most classes are filling up quickly, so please call us as soon as possible to ensure your student a spot in our program.  

    We will set up a time for you to visit our facilities.  We would love to meet with you for a tour and go over our curriculum.  Spaces are fillng up quickly, so please do not wait too long to begin the enrollment process. 



Learning Adventures

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Preparing Leaders of Tomorrow

Offering 3K Through Sixth Grade Classes
Extended Daycare is Available for All DPS Students
Summer Camp is Also Available

Academic Excellence

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Pre-School Academics

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Native American Projects

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Join Us for Summer Camp

ooking for a great alternative for the Summer Time? DPS offers Summer Camp from 6:30 am until 6:00 pm. Offer your student a summer to remember with all the great activities we have to offer. Summer packets come out Mid-May. Please feel free to call or E-mail with any questions.

DeSoto Private School

Our Mission


  1. Every child can learn.
  2. All children need love, nurturing, and stability.
  3. The child’s educational needs change as society and technology change.
  4. Schools must continuously improve curriculum and facilities, and provide opportunities for staff development in order to meet the changing needs of the child.
  5. The education of the total child should be the focal point of every school where academics, physical activities, and character-building are uniquely intertwined.
  6. A school should recognize and accommodate the unique learning styles and talents of each child by promoting excellence and innovation in learning.
  7. A child’s self-esteem should be enhanced by building positive relationships between student and staff, yet it should be balanced with expectations of personal responsibility and accountability.
  8. Children should be given educational and personal tools to enable them to become mature, responsible citizens and independent life-long learners who make a positive impact on society.

Making Friends

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