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Houston, TX
Students enrolled: 1,500
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13077 Westella Dr
Houston, TX 77077

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(281) 496-7900
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December 10, 2014
We chose VS for academics but love the enrichment; chess, math and science, theater, music, athletics, creative writing, team building, leadership, travel and more. The community is diverse and VS families have education as a priority. The students encourage each other and respect each other s talents. My children have never said they don't want to go to school, which is priceless. My older child transitioned seamlessly from VMS to Village High, loves the IB curriculum and is receiving excellent college acceptances with scholarship offers. My younger student is having the same great experience in middle school. The same fabulous teachers and administrators are still there; more experiential learning, use of technology and deeper investigation. I am thrilled that my child can work independently and manage time so well. The new Head of School, Gabriella Rowe, is a catalyst as Village continues to grow. We ll soon have a middle school expansion, turf athletic field, tennis courts and a fifty meter pool! Ms. Rowe is also doing what it takes to help our teachers remain passionate, which truly makes the difference. I have absolutely no doubt that The Village School is the best!

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2014
We started at TVS based on its reputation of a academics.My child went to TVS from 6th-10th.Each year brought lower standards, higher tuition.Too many movies in class, with nothing to do with the subject matter,a class field-trip to some part of the US,with nothing to do with any learning activity.Too many teacher in-service days.During this period there was always teacher turnover. When I look at the faculty today,only 4 teachers left from the 6th-8th grade years.The academics are a joke,no accountability, or responsibility placed on the students for turning in quality work,or even turning work in on-time.The school may be IB certified,but the way it is run,you can tell getting the students an IB diploma is not high on the list.The majority of the students do not pursue an IB.We also found the children to be very unwelcoming,to just plain rude & snobbish.Most had an 'entitlement' attitude,and if you did not live in,or near the neighborhood they lived in,the children & parents really did not show interest in you.If you look at quality of learning vs. dollar spent, you can do better. Looking back,I wish I spent my $125k over 5 years someplace else.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2014
Our son has been at TVS since 1st grade, and I agree with earlier reviewers who bemoan the current - and continual - downward slide that the school is taking. The grading system, if you can call it that since there are no actual grades, is awful. My son and his friends are all extremely frustrated by it - they work hard, study hard, do their assignments and get every single question correct on a test, only to come home with "ME" or some such thing. They want a "100." They are similarly frustrated by the "whackadoo" curriculum (his word, not mine) and the Everyday Math monstrosity - he's embarrassed when people ask him, an above-average private-schooled 5th grader, what he's learning in math and he has to tell them "multiplication." Because that's what they've been doing for weeks now in math class... multiplication. They aren't reading in reading class (why??), they aren't studying spelling or grammar in language (again...why??), and their term curriculum in Spanish seems to be a 6-week "research" project where they are spending most of the time searching the internet for trivia and photos. All of this is highly disturbing. We are already working on an exit strategy.

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2014
It's a great school. My son is extremely happy here. As far as the curriculum is concerned, it is advanced yet very modern. The techniques and teaching style does not put bourdon on children. I love the fact that there is open communication between parents and teachers. My son enjoys his school and he is also progressing at a very fast pace without getting stressed.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2014
I've been a student at The Village School for four years, now in 10th, and I love it. Every school has its ups and downs (this is my 5th school), but I've found the teachers and staff at Village to be extremely approachable, knowledgable, and fun. There have definitely been some changes in the last few years but mostly they've been positive.... Yea, they've gotten stricter on uniform and rules, but it is a private school that's getting a lot bigger. People complain when things change, even when they make changes we want...like grade weighting. I think some people/parents just complain to feel important. The school is legit and is getting better and better!

- submitted by a community member
December 30, 2013
I have been at the Village School since I was in Kindergarten and now I am in 7th grade. Ever since Meritas bought the school, everything collapsed: the tuition is super high, the teachers don't have any experience and it seems to me that the only thing Village cares about it MONEY. The new grading system is driving me out of my mind. I asked one of my teachers what I need to work on and I told her I don't understand why I received the grade I got and she said she doesn't know either. The Village School is loosing its traditions and it is in huge trouble. They are now accepting anyone who takes the test if their parents have the money to pay. We used to be amazing in Math and Science but now, we are focusing on Every Day Math. It does not surprise me that many people are leaving and complaining. When I do move schools, I have to admit that the memories and friends that I have made at this school will always be remembered. I will never meet better friends. They are like my family. Anyways, the Village School isn't even listening to the frustrated parents and teachers. It is not a successful school. So please reconsider about going to The Village School if you want to be happy.

- submitted by a community member
December 03, 2013
Since Meritas arrived, it has brought with it poor leadership, coupled with weak administration. Some fantastic teachers at this school propping up inexperienced colleagues . Super atmosphere , happy students but underlying problems need addressing

- submitted by a parent
November 21, 2013
I am a long time LS and MS parent at Village School. VS has pockets of excellence, but the two changes this year are: (1) Standards Based Grading, which hurts good students, as some of the grades are capped (ex: in some classes the highest grade possible is a 94, even if you get everything right. Other assignments, max grade is a 90.) This is going to be a HUGE problem for the school, and they are not listening to parents or students about the practical effect of this. No other major private school in Houston does this - why they changed the old grading system has not been clearly explained; (2) changed the math system to Every Day Math (Singapore Math is better.) Many children are having trouble with math now, and it used to be a big strength for the school. I hear from many LS and MS parents that they are planning on leaving due to these two changes. The school administration does not listen to parents or teachers, and it is a "for profit" school, so making money is the priority. I am happy to pay for value, but the tuition has gone up and the value is down. If you care about your children's grades, DO NOT COME TO VS. I love the school, but it is in big trouble.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2013
Our kids love school. This is the most important criteria. They are challenged, finally! They have a large group of diverse friends. We wanted the best education in an international atmosphere and I think Village has met and surpassed our expectations. The teachers are so committed. We were made to feel right at home from the start. Our children have different academic strengths and both are challenged and so far successful. Couldn't be happier.

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2013
I am a current Village High School student. The high school itself is expanding at such a rapid pace, we have a new amazing building and are about to build a new theatre and sports fields. The IB curriculum that is offered is very challenging, yet it's a very good program! I love the diversity of cultures throughout the students. My only problem is that when a teacher is complained about, the administration doesn't really listen, other than that it's a great learning environment! The teachers are very supportive and want you to do well, therefore they're always available before or after school. The grading system is different in the high school than the rest of the school. The new grading system for the 1st-8th grade is great! Instead of just putting a grade on your report card, it lets teachers tell the parents of their students if (no matter what the grade) their student is improving and meeting the expectations that the teachers has with the students, specifically. The fact that the high school is just starting up is actually a great experience. You, as a student, get to start all the traditions and clubs, which is something not every high school student gets to experience.

- submitted by a community member
November 02, 2013
I am an eighth grader at The Village School, and I have been in it since Kindergarten. When I was in third grade, the school was bought by Meritas, and it all went downhill from there. I have become more and more frustrated with the cancellations of old school traditions and some of the below average teachers they are hiring. This year, I am at a breaking point with the school because of the new grading system. Instead of simple, number grades, we are now graded on our report cards by these letters: EE (Exceeding Expectations). ME (Meeting Expectations), AE (Approaching Expectations), and BE (Beginning Expectations). Anything below a BE means that the work or test is counted as if it wasn't turned in, or honestly tried at, really effecting the final grade. I also fear that the high school is not experienced enough to actually start genuinely teaching to The Village School standards, which is why I will not be attending this school next year. If you are considering The Village School, especially for middle and high school, please reconsider. -Middle School student at The Village School.

- submitted by a community member
September 29, 2013
Our school's residential program is getting worse and worse this year, all the students in the dorm live unhappy and uncomfortable. The residential program used to have a great director who consider students' interest as the most important things in his job. But the new dorm director consider nothing for students's study and life. The students even be forced to have early lights out or loose the rights to go out with the daily trip for punishments. What's more, most dorm students don't have relatives in Houston, the one could help them is school, and it writes in the handbook as well, but when they are sick and need to go to the doctor, the dorm director and dorm parents even don't take them to doctor on time, which made students fell even worse. The residential life even don't allow students to take the SAT or TOFFEL test which are essential for their college application, this is totally unreasonable and selfish because they afraid they need more dorm parents wake up early and complain. As a parent I feel so upset about this school's policy and the dorm directors, we pay fifty thousand a year for our children but they even can't be took care the basic daily life.

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2013
It is a good private school. Good teachers and good education quality. Satisfied with all aspects.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2013
I am a parent of a residential student. I have to say I am very disappointed at the residential management and the services. We pay a very high fee and it increases every year. However, the service and the care they given to the students are getting worse and worse. I regret to choose this school. They enroll more and more students who can not even qualify for high school. That tells me the school is only care about money, not the quality and the reputation.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2013
I was a former student at The Village School (1985-1996). It was a privilege to have gone to this school during my formative years. The school allowed me to attend this school on scholarship. I knew of other schoolmates that were also receive full scholarship.

- submitted by a community member
September 04, 2013
I'm a student at The Village School and have been for a couple of years now. The academics in this school is very strong, but only for those who are willing to work for it. Teachers in the 2012-2013 year were very disappointing, but in this new school year all new teachers have been very good so far and have plenty of experience. It is true that there are several newer students that do not take academics as seriously as others and those tend to fall behind. There are occasional problems with the administration due to the fact that it's growing so fast, but it has been getting better. The school is expanding it's facilities at a rapid rate. Teachers are very good at coming, at least, half and hour before school starts and and staying half an hour after the very last bell in case any student wants help. The athletic department, though not nearly as big as public schools, I believe is very close. Playing sports has been a big part of all my years at Village and I've gotten to know each of my coaches personally. The truth about the Village School is that, if your child is willing to work hard, this school can guarantee them a bright future and a great, diverse high school experience

- submitted by a community member
May 23, 2013
The Village School has a new HS principal this year. He has dumbed down the curriculum and forced teachers to pass students who cannot or will not do the work. Students cannot receive any lower than a 50%. Several teachers left during the school year, and more will leave at the end of the year, due to his and the asst principals policies. If you want a guarantee that your child will be promoted no matter what, plop down your 20 thousand, cause this is the place for you! Education and a degree should be based on merit, this school is no better than a public school, and the leadership is probably even worse than you would find at most public schools. When The Village School was sold to Meritas, it became purely about profit and not excellence. Put your child elsewhere, if you want them challenged and care about ethics and grades based on merit and not money.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2013
As a teacher at the Village School in Houston, I am disappointed in this school. Because they are desperate for students, they make us PUSH our students during class time to convince them to return if they are thinking of not coming back the following school year. They also have us EXCLUDE students from end of the year parties/functions if a student decides not to return. It is humiliating to the student as they are left behind while the others go to a party and receive gifts from the school. This IS NOT how a school should treat their students. It is very hurtful and shameful. I am considering leaving this job as soon as I find another.

- submitted by a teacher
September 04, 2012
Great school with excellent teachers. It has great people who are very sociable as well as they work together to accomplish the mission at the end!

- submitted by a community member
August 14, 2012
I agree with what some people are saying. The new teachers have very little experience. Some teachers can't spell. Academic program is supposed to be individualized, but it's not unless you constantly nag the teachers to do something. And they spend less time on smart kids and give more time to students who are behind. Makes me wonder what did I pay so much for. My child was bored out of her mind. They accept any students as long as parents have enough money to pay. I don't plan to re-enroll my child next year. I rate this school at average, but I think it's definitely losing its reputation.

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2012
I went to The Village School for a couple years. As mentioned in many other reviews, the student/teacher ratio is very high. The schools isn't very diverse as claimed. Although they take pride in uniqueness, the students aren't very accepting. I never felt accepted by many students. I felt judged because of the people that were my best friends. The dress code seems strongly enforced, but thy are too lax about dress code. Academically, the teachers hardly ever went out of their way to help. Basically if you struggled, the class moved forward. The only option given was tutoring for a fee. The school takes so much pride in theirs athletic department, but the facilities are very limited. I also did not enjoy my time on any teams or PE. The faculty in that area isn't great. I also think the overnight trips are extremely short and they should be in the middle of the year. However on the positive side I did have some memorable experiences. This school is a hit or a miss.

- submitted by a community member
December 05, 2011
I am very disappointed with the school. It seems to be equivalent to an average public school in terms of academics except that you need to pay here. Teachers are very new and inexperienced esp. in 3rd - 5th grades. I came from Californica and was shocked to see such poor academics of a private school. Lower school management has excuse for everything. I will not re-enroll my child again and will not recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2011
It used to be a good school until couple of years back. Most of tecahers are very new to village school and not very experienced in teaching - more fresh out of college or 1-3 years of overall teaching experience. It seems to be on a steady downhill since last couple of years.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2011
The Village school provides an excellent balance of nurturing and hardcore academics. I also love that there are so much diversity here since there are children from Europe, India, China etc. It is the only private school in Houston with an IB program. Also there is a boarding for about 70 children from different places. I love that my child comes in contact with so many cultures. The academic program is top of the line. It is a little expensive than the other private schools but so worth it! I am proud to be part of the Village family.

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2011
I have been a Village parent for a number of years and have seen the school grow. The Village School was a very good school prior to Meritas, the company that now owns it. But Meritas has helped Village rise to new levels of quality. Yes, the cost of my chidren's education has risen significantly, but I am also a witness to the benefit of these increased costs. Across the board, Village has made great progress in bringing new leadership and new teaching talent to my children's school experience. Class sizes have been reduced and tired educational spaces have been renovated though, they have more to do. I'm also familiar with the competition. The cost of a Village education is in line with other strong programs like Awty, SJS, and Kinkaid. And yet, I don't get pressured every year for annual giving. My children are at Village because I want them prepared for college and life beyond; It isn't about million dollar buildings, it's about high quality people.

- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2011
look elsewhere. a corporation bought the school 4+ years ago and it's been a steady downhill ever since. the only thing increasing is the tuition and continual surprise of extra fees for activities. there are still some great teachers there, but many have left. the staff is obviously stressed and it shows. too bad. glad my kids were there during the good years before the company took hold.

- submitted by a community member
February 10, 2011
There has been continuous increase in fees for the last 3-years. For every activity there is an extra charge sometimes too excessive. Academically good though teachers expect significant effort from the kids and even parents. The school has added a high school, the facilities including space, library is limited. Exorbitantly expensive for the limited facility.

- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2011
The Village School ROCKS!!!! Almost happy to pay $30K a year for my crazy smart kids. There is a high level of education here and they teach about 18 months...2 years about public schools. Wish the facilities matched the education...there is much to be desired about the facilities. Small classrooms, but acceptable class size (about 15 in primary and a cap of 20 in the 1st to 4th grades). My children LOVE The Village School. Great teachers, great administration. The new head of the Primary school is amazing and shaking everything up. There is a high parent involvement -- great parent volunteers that go the extra mile so you don't have to if you don't want to. The Village School is a GREAT school.

- submitted by a parent
November 29, 2010
Student/ teacher ratio is too high. School fee is too high. Teacher not willing to go extra miles to meet individual needs. Too many annual fundraising events. Poor leadership since the school joined the Meritas group. Getting to be more commercialized and money-making driven environment.

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2010
Very much over-rated. A great deal of wased time. For example, doing community work four days a week is ridiculous. Having PE every day while having tech/computer once a week is ludicrous. From a quality/educational/cost standpoint there are better options in Houston. The school is not very cosmoplotan due to the fact that most of the students come from parents in the area energy industry. Therefore, there is a rather dull repetitive background of individuals. The school of course focuses on this area of Houston and strives to attract the children of these people. It is better to have a broader range of basic professional experiences and people/children. Some drawback with a higher proportion of Latinos, too high, for a diverse international exposure. Very limited number of real internaional students who tend to go to Awty.

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2010
My child has attended the Village School since 4th grade and has now started 6th grade. I rate this school as outstanding. It is improving all the time concerning teacher/home communication. The teacher/child ratio is brilliant. The kids are learning to take responsibility for their own progress. They have PE every day. The kids treat each other and the teachers with respect and tolerance. It is an international school with great diversity. We will be sad to leave here to go back to the UK in another year.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2010
My school is excellent because it gives me a range of international friends. The teachers teach me many learning skills that give me a level up in life. I am a former sixth grader and loved it. SG

- submitted by a community member
no rating April 30, 2010
Excellent educationally, culturally diverse, and administration goes above and beyon to make sure that this school remains one of the best.

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2009
The best private school in West Houston if not all of Houston. My child has attended since Pre-K and will be going to their new high school next year. Nothing but the best teachers, environment, and academics. This is the most diverese school in Houston and will offer the IB diploma for its high school graduates. Small classes, great teachers, vibrant performaning and visual arts programs, great technology. Best choice I ever made for my child.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 24, 2009
It seemed they went out of their way to inconvenience you. On multiple occassions students needed certain outfits fitting different time periods for field trips and school events. These were mandatory. Plus their tuition has gone up an extreme amount.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2009
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- submitted by a student
January 26, 2009
Best!Tuition reasonable.No confusion here: First at Village is academic excellence.Quality of all teachers first rate. Village implements sucessful balance. My child started PreK now Middle. Learned no short cuts/do the work,ask questions/trust instincts/You are in charge of your academic life don't waste time and here are the tools/ The results = confidence,sports,music,chess,'A's since 1st/grd./learn to maintain friendships/teacher relations/respect both sides/high test scores-time management all this & more.Still time for video games/and enjoying life!Not afraid of competition, instilled early at Village.Child ready to take the bull by the horns on his own now! Where else could you get positive results? Strong Math/Science (ahead of school(s) in area! Love it all!Start early and watch your child grow with pride!Go Vikings!!

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2008
Great school, but has changed substantially for the worse since new ownership. Cost has increased more than 15% per year for the past 3 years (>$1500 per year) while quality personel are fleeing the school. This school is really quite good, but I am concerned about the future with its current trends.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2008
My two boys have started their fifth year at the school. I have nothing but praise for the dedication and commitment of the teachers, who do maintain high standards. The work is challenging but the boys have improved their organizational skills and time management, and excelled in external testing. They have also participated in school performances, band concerts, and international travel. The staff invest hours of unpaid time to support all the extra curricular activities. Go Vikings!

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2008
Academics are a top priority here. We have been at the middle school 2 years now , and rate it very high. It was recently purchased by Meritas, and I as well had my reservations about what that could mean, but the changes made so far have all been positive (well, of course the price increase was not desired!) There have been new travel oppurtunities for the kids, new sport teams formed, talk of a new sports field next year, and a new high school buidling (next year for 8th and 9th graders) If your child needs an educational challenge, it has that for sure.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2008
This school has new ownership as of 2007-08 and has made a number of changes that seem to impose an overall negative environment. High student to teacher ratio. Lots of homework. Expects parents to teach what teachers cannot get done due to large class size. Not worth the cost, which has increased substantially.

- submitted by a parent
February 29, 2008
I have 2 kids attending the school started August 2007 in pre-K & 1st. I have been very disappointed from the staff on the basic care of the kids. I am using the bus service which is below average several time late or no show but school never calls or inform any parents till they call on there own to track the kids My one daughter got injured in the play area had her elbow bleeding the whole day but no one even looked at it . Getting the wound cleaned or putting a bandage was asking too much. I understand it is a business and they need to make money but on over all basis the complete disregard for the kids safety is making me think .should I continue or change the school. On the positive side teachers are pretty good this year and both girls are progressing well academically.

- submitted by a parent
November 26, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2007
If you are looking for a high academic program, this is your school. They even have a third level math program (very small student/teacher ratio) for 7th and 8th graders if your child happens to have that ability! Parent involvement is high, Sports programs OK, (could certainly be improved) but its tough to have it all. I understand its music program is also highly rated. Over all a fantastic middle school.

- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2007
I have taught at The Village School for over fifteen years. It is an excellent learning environment where students are quided by a dedicated staff. Interview former students if you want to really understand the kind of education that takes place here. They are the very best indicators of the school's success. The true measure of the effectiveness of an educational facility is so much more than the student to teacher ratio and the price per hour. The Village has never needed to put locks on the student lockers...what does that say about values and respect? The school is involved in many and varied types of community service. It is a wonderful place where students make the transition from children to young adults armed with the tools to be successful in life. As a former parent, I consider the school a bargain and a blessing..........

- submitted by a teacher
June 27, 2007
This is a wonderful school! The teachers are nurturing and really care. The environment allows the kids to achieve to their fullest potential. Plenty of activities for middle schoolers. The middle school is awesome. The pre-school is terrific. This school is a perfect place for kids to learn and grow into young adults. They leave well prepared for high school!

- submitted by a teacher
April 30, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2007
My child went to the school for 3 years. Some teachers lack respect for the students.

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April 13, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2007
Terrible value for your money. Very high student to teacher ratio.

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2006
We took our children out after 4 years. Student/teacher ratios are very high and they have high teacher turnover. No creativity in teaching techniques. Parent's Advisory Board only has authority to make decisions about what is bought with fundraising money - not curriculum.

- submitted by a parent
March 13, 2006
Supportive staff and strong academics. Kids are happy and excel here.

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February 20, 2006
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January 13, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2006
Lower School: Highly academic and structured. Emphasis on reading/phonics and math in early years. Also, Science is incorporated in the curriculum at all levels. Great Science lab. After school activities include Chess, Science, Math, Violin.

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November 11, 2005
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September 23, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2005
My child attended The Village School for three years ( 2 years of PK and 1 year of Kindergarten) and started their PK program at the age of 3 1/2 yrs. During this time, I was extreemly happy with their academic program. Even although my child is not the 'academic type' but more the 'active type' personality, my child was very happy at Village and excelled academically. I would have liked to seen more music, sports, and spanish in their program(more than once per week) and adding ex-curricular clubs to their PK and K programs. I felt sometimes, that discipline for the PK and Kindergarten level may have been on the strict side but it really depended on the teacher. Some outstanding teachers here are flexible and compasionate, and STILL able to help their students grow academically, emotionally and socially. Other teachers should look at early retirement! Parental involvement-fantastic!Tuition -bit pricey.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2005
This school is academically superior to most other schools in the area. The children work well beyond their grade level. Parental involvement is very high and the teachers are superb.

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2005
This school is expensive. The classes have HIGH numbers of students, High student to teacher ratio.

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August 23, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2004
Our daughter loves it here. Great teachers and wonderful, caring staff. Academics are pushed strongly here, with a drive to succeed at all levels. Students here show great respect for their teachers, other students and school property. There is very little disciplining needed here, as most of the students come from highly educated backgrounds, and high parent involvement makes for a great school. This school offers a very diverse, international cultural mix of ethnic and religious backgrounds from literally all over the world. This makes for fascinating stories and great learning for students, most importantly, the lesson of acceptance and understanding of all people in the very diverse world we live in.

- submitted by a parent
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The Village School is a coeducational non-denominational college preparatory private school for preschool through 12th grade. The Village School provides a rigorous academic curriculum that challenges its students to be critical thinkers and life-long learners in a supportive and nurturing environment. Village High School offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma program and boarding opportunities through the Meritas Elite Boarding Program. Students at all grade levels participate in competitive athletics, fine arts, and extracurricular activites. Located in the energy corridor of Houston, Texas, The Village School has an international student body, with students representing six continents and over forty countries.

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The Village School
13077 Westella Dr, Houston, TX  77077
(281) 496-7900
Last modified The Village School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
The Village School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 62 reviews. Top