St. Thomas Episcopal School to Begin Accepting International Students

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For the first time, St. Thomas Episcopal School will accept applications for I-20 students in grades K-12.

St. Thomas' Episcopal School is making a big change to expand its enrollment by accepting international students for the first time. St. Thomas' Episcopal School, a private parochial KBr-12 school located in the Meyerland area of southwest Houston, will now accept applications for I-20 students.

An I-20 form is an official government document which certifies that a person is eligible to be an F-1 non-immigrant student and stay in the United States. All international students in grades K-11 are eligible to apply, but St. Thomas' Episcopal School will not accept international high school students in 12th grade.

Students and parents are welcome to visit St. Thomas' Episcopal School by scheduling an appointment, or via webcam or Skype. Questions may be directed to Jennifer Crosthwait, the director of admission, by email at crosthwait.jennifer(at)stes(dot)org.

School tours are offered Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The tours last for one to two hours. Appointment/reservations are not necessary.

Since 1955, St. Thomas' Episcopal School has been forming honorable men and women through a classical education grounded in a Christ-centered world view. St. Thomas' Episcopal School offers selective programs with stringent standards. The curriculum includes 18 AP courses and electives as well as College Prep. St. Thomas' Episcopal School also offers an excellent foreign language program featuring Latin, German, French, Chinese and Spanish.

Sports teams fielded by St. Thomas' Episcopal include soccer, baseball, swimming, track, cross country, softball, basketball, volleyball and golf. St. Thomas' Episcopal School also has a five-time World Champion pipe band and highly-acclaimed Highland dancers. They also offer award-winning strings and choir programs.

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St. Thomas' Episcopal is conveniently located off Loop 610 between Beechnut and South Braeswood Streets. Since its founding in 1955, St. Thomas' Episcopal has provided its students with a superior education while instilling Christian values and preparing them to be good citizens. 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 St. Thomas' Episcopal’s website at

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