St. Thomas' Episcopal Open House

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There is an Open House for prospective students and families on Monday, January 21 at 1 p.m. at St. Thomas' Episcopal School. Visit with students, the headmaster and teachers.

St. Thomas' Episcopal School, a kindergarten through high school grade private, parochial school, is hosting an Open House on January 21 for prospective students and families. The Open House is during school hours, so students and parents will get an opportunity to see current students and teachers in action.

At the Open House, students and parents can meet the Headmaster, Michael Cusack, and teachers. Student ambassadors will give tours of the school campus and answer questions.

With a lower, middle and upper school, St. Thomas' provides a carefully structured and engaging curriculum. Students in the upper school are immersed in a college prep curriculum with a wide range of AP class offerings and electives. Students also have opportunities to join one of the many athletic groups, academic leagues, or get involved with performing arts. The mission at St. Thomas' is to form honorable men and women through a classical education grounded in a Christ-centered world view.

To learn more specifics about the curriculum, extracurricular activities, and campus life, students and parents can ask during the open house.

The Open House will last about one to two hours. While on campus, families are welcome to hear a performance by St Thomas’ award winning Strings group.

Further questions may be directed to Jennifer Crosthwait, director of admissions, 713.666.3111.

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St. Thomas’ Episcopal is a private, parochial K-12 school located in the Meyerland area of southwest Houston, conveniently located off Loop 610 between Beechnut and South Braeswood streets. Since its founding in 1955, STE has provided its students with a superior education while instilling Christian values and preparing them to be good citizens. Our graduates leave St. Thomas’ well-prepared for the rigors of higher education and for a productive life beyond the university. For more information, please visit their website at

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