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Notes for Prospective Students
- The British School of Houston was the third of the British
Schools of America to open, opening its doors in September 2000.
The unique and international style of the school has proven popular
and attractive to a wide variety of American, British and
international families in the Houston metro area.
enrolment comprises of approximately 850 students, with the
majority being American and British.
nationalities are represented.
The British School of Houston 14
acre campus is located west of downtown Houston, with easy access
from 1-610, I-290 and other thoroughfares.
The British School of
Houston aims to provide a broadly based and tailored British style
education for students from Nursery to Year 13.
youthful, energetic teachers and staff, BSH's curriculum represents
the very best of current practice in the United Kingdom with an
international perspective appropriate to its American home.
diversity of the student body is not merely respected but cherished
The school is part of Nord Anglia Education.
are sister schools in Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Chicago and
Aim of the School: The British School of Houston aims to
provide a broad, balanced education for all the students in its
By intending to create a happy, caring and stimulating
learning environment, students are able to grow academically,
develop self-esteem and reach their full potential.
goals include to:
Strive for excellence in education
Enable children to reach their full potential in every aspect
of the school's curriculum
Provide children with an education appropriate to the world
outside the classroom
Develop a love of learning in all students and a desire to
continue to expand their knowledge and skills throughout their
Help children to learn to live together in a community and to
show sensitivity to the differences between people
Encourage children to become responsible, independent people
who are able to reflect deeply upon the world around them
To develop in children a positive sense of moral responsibility