• We are Unique

    An American school with an international community in Houston.

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  • We are Engaged

    Our teachers inspire, stimulate, and lead.

    Our teachers engage with our students

  • We are STEAM

    Prepared to succeed in the finest colleges, universities and beyond.

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  • We are Champions

    Fostering a love of learning.

    We are Champions

  • We are Home

    A truly immersive learning experience. Currently accepting boarding applications for the 2017-18 school year. Limited placements available.

    Village residential life students enjoy trips off campus

  • We are Competitive

    Building confidence, teamwork, and wellness

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  • We are Connected

    Striving to create, express, and shine.

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  • We are Village. Are you?

    Rigorous. Inspired. Innovative. Ready.

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The Pumps and Pipes Summer STEAM Academy

  • P&P in action
  • P&P Music
  • P&P Build
  • P&P Soccer
  • Village Students in Nano Lab

A STEAM career is about seeing possibilities and making connections.  The most rewarding and difficult part of a STEAM career is that you succeed with your ideas.  Skills are essential, but it is ideas, and creativity in pursuing them, that changes the world.

The Village School in collaboration with NASA, Houston Methodist, ExxonMobil, and University of Houston offers The Pumps and Pipes Summer STEAM Academy.  This 4-week summer program is designed for high school students (rising 9th through 12th graders) who are interested in pursuing further study in an interdisciplinary approach to STEAM.  This is a selective program that requires that students have a working knowledge of at least Algebra 1 and a basic to advanced knowledge of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. 

The 4-week program is designed to provide students with both problem-based learning experiences where they will be asked to solve for real-world challenges and place-based learning experiences through working visits to NASA, ExxonMobil, Houston Methodist, and University of Houston, where they will work in collaboration with Aerospace, Energy and Medical professionals. It will culminate with the students working in groups on a Capstone Project.

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