Memorial Private School (6th - 12th)
Academics and Faculty
(We have a school uniform.)
Finances and Admission
Comic Book Club, Drawing Club, Farming Club, H.O.P.E. Club, Jounalism Club, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Student Council
Arts and Music Programs:
Recreational Athletic Programs:
Crossfit, Girls Fitness, Yoga
- Accredited by Cognia/AdvancED/Southern Association of Colleges & Schools, Memorial Private School is a life and college prep independent school for grades 6-12.
- Founded in 2004, Memorial Private School serves students in the Spring Branch ISD area and surrounding areas in Houston, Texas.
- Memorial Private School offers a full academic year program, as well as year-round credit courses and summer classes. Memorial Private School appeals to students who want more academic challenge, lower stress, extra help and support, small classes, and a small school with sports, prom, trips, annual retreat, and other activities.
- A pioneer in creating a microschool, also called small school and pods, Memorial Private School intentionally keeps the student body small during the academic year. In the summer, it expands the audience to include over 300 students from all over Houston by offering summer school classes on campus or by remote with support sessions.
- Memorial Private School is helpful to a diverse spectrum of students, from those with mild learning differences to the gifted and talented. The school helps students mature and grow sociallly, academically, and spriritually. Athough there is a spiritual component, Memorial is open to students of all faiths.
- The key differentiators include: a research-based approach to learning (working alongside some of the best universities and companies in the country), a small, safe, and calm learning environment, traditional values, robust weekly/bi-weekly activites, and a strong commitment to community service that builds a close community.
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