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Moving to the Northwest Houston area and considering a private education for your child?  Finding where to start the search can be stressful, especially when you may be new to the area, and not familiar with what all is offered locally.  Northwest Houston is full of top-notch premiere private schools to choose from.  Located all over the Northwest area: Cypress, Tomball, Spring and more, you are sure to find an option to please you and your family. 


Impressive Win For St. Michael Catholic School at Speech Tournament


On Saturday, March 5, St. Michael Catholic School middle school students won first place overall in the Second Annual Bard Speech Tournament hosted by Western Academy. Competing against Western Academy, St. Michael held fast in all categories.


First place


Original Oratory

First place: Amelia Hoerner



Grace School Named Finalist in STEM Contest

Grace School STEM Teacher Betsy Crafton is a finalist in the KHOU 11 Inspiring Curiosity Contest, presented by Space Center Houston. This contest highlights the creative ways educators incorporate STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) to inspire our next generation of innovators.  Of all of the participating schools, we are one of four finalists selected for the chance to win $5,000 to further STEM education in the classroom. 

Grace School Invites You to Go Over the Edge to Raise Money for Kids Across Houston!

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Woodland Park Plaza, 11490 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX 77077

Slip into a harness, put on a helmet, grab a rope and take a flying leap off a 10 story West Houston building in front of cheering crowds.  It’s the rappel of a lifetime!

Cypress Christian School News for September - October, 2016

CyChristian National Junior Honor Society Elects Officers
NJHS members of Cypress Christian School elected officers for the 2016-2017 school year. The officers are now busy planning activities for the year. Congratulations to the new officers (left to right): Chaplain - Sydney Wax, Historian - Paige Jackson, Treasurer - Joshua John, President - Joshua Storey, Vice-President - Abigail Gilreath and Secretary - Casey Barbisch.

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Students from The Woodlands Christian Academy have their artwork published

The Woodlands Christian Academy 5th grade Art students, Mitchell Gunthorpe and Halle Howard had their artwork selected for publication in the Interfaith of The Woodlands Community & Business Directory. Student artwork was selected based on the artist's reflection of life in The Woodlands.   Both students are in Mrs. Susan Peterson’s art class.  


Open House for The Branch School

Thursday, September 29, 2016 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4:30 -6:30 p.m.

The Branch School, located at 1424 Sherwood Forest Street, Houston, Texas 77043 is having an Open House for prospective parents looking for a school that enrolls three-year-olds through eighth grade. Please join us for campus tours, meet and greet the faculty and staff, and have your questions answered about the admissions process. The later event will include STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) activities.  For information and RSVP please call 713.465.0288, #103.

FBCA Alumni Update | Marissa Keith Owen

Alumna Marissa Keith Owen ’08 graduated from Texas A&M nursing school and now has the special opportunity to work with her mom, Andrea Keith, former FBCA teacher.

The two are trauma nurses in the ER atMemorial Hermannmedical center which receives all the life flights. It is one of the busiest level-one trauma centers in the country.

“We have a lot of fun working together,” Andrea said.

2016 Westbury Christian graduate competes in International Space Settlement Design Competition at Kennedy Space Center

Baxter Montgomery, a member of the 2016 graduating class at Westbury Christian School, was invited to compete in the International Space Settlement Design Competition held July 29-August 2 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Altogether, students representing five U.S. states and 14 different countries participated in the competition, which puts high school students in the shoes of aerospace industry engineers tasked with designing a city in space.