The Alamo Heights Presbyterian Church Day School

The Alamo Heights Presbyterian Church Day School (AHPCDS) exists as an evangelistic outreach serving the community on behalf of Alamo Heights Presbyterian Church. The Day School is a non-profit ministry whose purpose is to provide children with a loving, secure environment for educational, emotional, physical, and spiritual growth. The staff and teachers of AHPCDS seek to witness to children and their families about God’s love, therefore exhibiting concern for all children, families, and co-workers. We strive to demonstrate our faith and commitment to this ministry in all that we do and say.

Our Philosophy

In our work, we put great focus on one thing - the welfare and education of your child. In order to properly encourage your child's personal and academic development, our professional educators follow a unique pedagogic approach that combines academic excellence with a free-spirited and playful atmosphere for learning. Our teachers regularly participate in educational seminars and always bring new ideas and input to their daily tasks. These ideas are passed on to your child in playful exercises and diligent study sessions.

Our Team

AHPCDS Office Staff

Alison Lanik, Director
Frances P. Salazar, Assistant Director
Liz Hernandez, Program Coordinator
Claudia Stinson, Robinson House Supervisor


AHPCD School Committee Members

Dr. Laura Lindner, AHPCD School Committee Chair
Scott Breen, AHPC At-large Representative
Sarah Mayo, AHPC At-large Representative
Erika Anderson, AHPCDS Parent Representative
Andrea Sitterle, AHPC At-large Representative
Allison Craig, AHPCDS Parent Representative