Our campus is located in one of the fastest growing cities in the US and is approximately six miles from The University of Texas. Our goal is to offer a public school choice for families that are looking for innovation and creativity for their child(ren) to thrive through advancing student achievement.

PRESCHOOL
K-6
AFTER SCHOOL
SUMMER CAMP

WHAT MAKES LEARNING FUN

We foster partnerships between our parents, our teachers, and our community to create a learning environment that improves student achievement that include:

Adjusting Curriculum to Meet Student Needs

Our all day model allows us to structure the day to provide more time in subjects our students need the most.

Creating A Unique Culture

Our small class setting garners an environment that seems much more like a family than a just a school. Parents are encouraged to be active participants on campus and can be confident that their child will never be just another face in a sea of students, but given the opportunity to grow and shine as a unique individual.

Interactive After School Program

Providing a safe and interactive environment is one of our highest priorities. We draw upon the most effective academic enrichment, music, physical fitness, nutritional, and life skill programs to challenge children and make learning fun.

SCHOOL CULTURE

Texas Preparatory School’s small setting garners an environment that seems much more like a family than a just a school. Parents are encouraged to be active participants on campus and can be confident that their child will never be just another face in a sea of students, but given the opportunity to grow and shine as a unique individual. Each day, we encourage character development and academic excellence by upholding our Mission, Priority Values, and Club Code.

  • Child safety is a priority.
  • Respect for students, parents, and staff is a must.
  • Education and hard work are valued.
  • Quality programs exist
  • Clean and safe facilities are a daily standard
  • Creativity and innovation are rewarded
  • Recruitment and outreach are the norm
  • School and local community are important.
  • Fundraising is sustaining.
  • Earning the public trust is a daily practice.

ELECTIVES

Drama

Our students will learn basic acting techniques and theater terminology for their grade level. Our Drama program is designed to teach students how to work together in groups, think critically, use their imagination, discover new ideas, and solve problems. Students will learn how to improve their focus, self-confidence, and social skills.

Passport To Manhood

Passport to Manhood consists of 14 sessions, each concentrating on a specific aspect of character and manhood through highly interactive activities.

Our students receives his own “passport” that documents his personal journey of maturation and growth. The program includes a service project where boys learn the importance of giving back to the community.

SMART Girls

SMART Girls offers our female scholars  guidance toward healthy attitudes and lifestyles, eating right, staying fit, getting good health care and encouragement to reach their full potential.

These dynamic sessions, group activities, field trips and mentoring opportunities are facilitated by local sororities.

Art

Art at TPS  gives our students the opportunity to develop an interest in art appreciation and to develop critical and creative thinking skills.  Our Art program is designed to help students develop awareness of, and appreciation for, the skills in communicating through art, and a feeling of pride and satisfaction in their work.

Music

The goal of our Music program is to provide students with opportunities to develop knowledge and understanding of music through consistent interaction with the basic components of music and develop a lifelong enjoyment of, curiosity about, and appreciation for music

Book Club

Reading A-Z is the foundation for our Book Club.  Our students are able to strengthen their reading skills through guided practice from more than 1500 books at 29 levels of reading difficulty.

MORNING ASSEMBLIES

During our morning assemblies, our students gain skills in cooperation, honesty, respect for self and others, perseverance, and the importance of academic excellence and achievement.

Through the singing of the national anthem, the school song, and through various activities and celebrations, our students develop a sense of pride in oneself, their community, and most importantly, in themselves.

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT CELEBRATION

At Texas Preparatory School, we believe in rewarding academic excellence and hard work.

For meeting and/or exceeding expectations, we hold an Academic Achievement Celebration each six weeks to honor our students accomplishments.

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES

An important goal of the parent/teacher conference is to develop new strategies to support student learning at school and at home. Teachers will be prepared to discuss the academic progress of their students by using examples of student work and assessments during conferences. Parent teacher conferences are held every six weeks.  Parents are always welcomed to request a conference with the teachers or administrators.

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