Grace School recently celebrated Week of the Young Child with five days of activities aimed at celebrating early learning, young children, their teachers and families.
Remember Preschool? Days filled with brightly colored blocks, fruit juice, cheese crackers and an afternoon nap. In hindsight, there wasn’t a lot of “school” in many preschool programs. It leaves many moms and dads wondering if preschool is worth it?
The Branch School Book Fair and Family Read Night is Thursday, April 20 at Barnes & Noble Town & Country. Come purchase your summer reading and see students perform. 5:30-7:00. The in-store Book Fair is from April 20-22. During this time, all purchases (including those made in the coffee shop) made in the Town & Country Bookstore location using our voucher number 12100442 benefits The Branch School. Thank you in advance for showing your support for our school and promoting reading. #fortheloveofreading #studentslovebooks
Lone Star College and University of Houston-Downtown agreed to extend and expand its program to program agreements, making it easier for students to transfer between the two institutions.
“We have no better partnership than the one with University of Houston-Downtown,” said Stephen C. Head, Ph.D., LSC chancellor. “Education is the future for our country. These relationships make us all stronger.”
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: Amelia Hoerner
Presbyterian School scored huge at the February 25th Odyssey of the Mind Regional Tournament with every eligible team placing in the TOP THREE of their division's problem.
On Wednesday, January 25, the choir of St. Michael Catholic School (SMCS) sang at a liturgy at the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart with Daniel Cardinal DiNardo presiding. The choir received an invitation from the Office of Worship and the Catholic Schools Office of the Archdiocese to sing at the Essay Contest Mass – an annual event sponsored by the University of St. Thomas Office in collaboration with the Catholic Schools Office. The essay contest is open to Catholic School students in grades third through 12.
On Friday, January 20, St. Michael Catholic School (SMCS) had an impressive showing at the Junior Archdiocesan Science Fair held on the campus of St. Thomas More Parish School in southwest Houston.
The science fair had 19 participating schools, showcasing 136 student projects in the running for top honors.
Holy Spirit Episcopal School welcomes new Head of School, Michelle Symonds.
The Board of Trustees of Holy Spirit Episcopal School (HSES) announce the selection of Michelle Symonds as the next Head of School for Holy Spirit Episcopal, effective June 1, 2017 following Carol Katrana’s commitment as Interim Head of School.