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The Village School

We Are Village.

Walk down our hallways. Enter our classrooms. Or step onto our athletic fields. What you will notice is the relationships between students and teachers. Village teachers do not simply provide superior instruction; they lead, inspire, and excite.

Village’s hands-on, innovative methods of teaching, particularly in math and science, and personal attention to students develop lifelong learners and determined problem solvers who are fully prepared to be leaders in the 21st century.

College placement, career planning and citizenship are all important as we challenge our students to provide innovative solutions to the complex problems of our digital and interconnected world.

Through open collaboration with people from varied cultures, languages, and values, our students are encouraged and expected to make a positive impact on those around them. Village’s dedication to community service reflects a deep belief that we are our best and truest selves when helping others.

When you graduate from The Village School, you’ll be prepared to thrive at one of the best universities in the world, within the college that is the best fit for you. But more importantly, you’ll be prepared to lead a successful and purposeful life as engaged world citizens.
We are Village… Are you?

If you’d like to take a deeper look into our school by the grade level that applies to you, please choose one of the following:

    Early Childhood Program– Ages 2 - 4 (Preschool to Pre-Kindergarten)
    Elementary School– Grades Kindergarten through 4
    Middle School– Grades 5 through 8
    High School- Grades 9 through 12

If you’d like to learn more about the Village School advantage, our world-class leaders, or more about our school’s history and facilities, then you’ll want to see The Village School Difference.

13051 Whittington Drive Houston , Texas 77077

Phone 281-496-7900 Visit the Website

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