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  • We are Unique

    An American school with an international community in Houston.

    Happy child at play

  • We are Creative

    Experience the joy of creating something together.

    Drama production

  • We are a Team

    Building confidence, building teams.

    Athletics team

  • We are Champions

    Fostering a love of learning.

    We are Champions

  • We are Competitive

    Building confidence, teamwork, and wellness

    Volleyball girls show team spirit

  • We are Connected

    Striving to create, express, and shine.

    Village students smiling

  • We are Home

    A truly immersive learning experience. Currently accepting boarding applications, limited placements available.

    Village residential life students enjoy trips off campus

  • We are Village. Are you?

    Rigorous. Inspired. Innovative. Ready.

    Happy Village student engaged

What Our Parents Say

Our parents tell us there is something very special about a Village education. 

After four schools in eight years we’ve found our favorite. The Village School has it all: strong academics, social diversity, a variety of athletic opportunities and an approachable administration. Finally, this is our school. Kelley Reid

"My kids have benefited enormously from individualized instruction and an emphasis on interdisciplinary project-based learning – whether it’s a challenge to design a new city park, rethink their classroom space, or learn about the history and science related to Egyptian mummies. They have fantastic teachers who routinely go above and beyond to support them through their challenges and help them to stretch to reach their potential." - Sara Lou

The Village School provides such a diverse student body which I’m proud to have my daughter be a part of. The outstanding education program fosters the future of our students but the exposure to different cultures is just as widely important to broadening their horizons as to what the world has to offer. Katherine Le