The Village School

JOB FAIR: The Village School hosting on Sunday, March 5th 2017

Please join The Village School on Sunday, March 5, 2017 from 1-4pm for our annual job fair. 

We are accepting resumes for all teaching positions from PreK 2-12th grade, athletics, fine arts, and more. 

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Winter Open House at The Village School - A Nord Anglia Education School

Please join The Village School and learn more about our early childhood though middle school programs at our Winter Open House on Friday, February 17, 2017 from 9-11am. 


- Early Childhood - PreK 2 - 4: 2005 Gentryside Drive, Houston 
- Elementary - Kinder- 4th: 13077 Westella Drive, Houston 
- Middle School - 5th - 8th: 2005 Gentryside Drive, Houston

Elementary Student from The Village School Qualifies to Participate in 2016 World Cadets Chess Championships

The Village School is pleased to announce that our student, Shelev O., qualified for the World Cadets Chess Championship (previously known as World Youth Chess Championship) for 2016. 

The United States Chess Federation announced 94 players that qualified by rating to participate in the 2016 World Cadets Chess Championships that will be held in Batumi, Georgia, October 18-31.  

The Village School Varsity Quiz Bowl Team Places 7th and J.V. Places 6th in Annual Texas Quiz Bowl Championship

The Village School Varsity Quiz Bowl Team participated in the 17th annual Texas Quiz Bowl Championship at Clark HS in San Antonio this past weekend of April 30-May 1, 2016.  Teams had to qualify for the championship event by either winning a regular season event or qualifying via victory points earned at regular season events.  Playing against the best teams in the state, our team fought hard and placed 7th at the event.

The Village School Elementary Students Design and Write Their Own Musical Performance, “The Unlucky Knight”

The 3rd grade music show at The Village School, “The Unlucky Knight”, was a huge hit! This performance was the first of it's kind, where the students helped write and design every aspect of the performance. A 7th grader wrote the story, and our 3rd graders wrote the music and illustrated it. We had collaboration among students and teachers in language arts, visual arts, and music arts to make this show happen.
Congratulations to our very talented little ones!