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  • We are Unique

    An American school with an international community in Houston.

    Happy child at play

  • 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.

    Students in science class

  • We are Champions

    Fostering a love of learning.

    We are Champions

  • 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 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 Village. Are you?

    Rigorous. Inspired. Innovative. Ready.

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Students are introduced to theater arts in grade school, building a foundation of confidence and skills that will help them to express themselves with poise throughout life.

  • The Beauty and The Beast picture
  • Once on this Island picture
  • Legally Blonde Picture
  • Lion King Picture

Our theatre curriculum is a rarity among area public and private schools, and sets The Village School apart in the area of fine arts. 

For more than 20 years, our Village Repertory Theatre after-school performance program has given students the opportunity to stage and present a play, while experiencing first-hand the smell of the greasepaint and the roar of the crowd.

Frantic Assembly is the recommended theater company worldwide for study at the International Baccalaureate level and multiple other theater programs. The group works annually with more than 10,000 young people ages 14+ through a variety of its Learn & Train programs, but this was their first visit to Houston and the Lone Star State in the company’s 21-year history.