Our founders, Harry and Pamela Camp are native Houstonians from Sharpstown and Spring Branch.

Harry graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with a degree in Economics, and he has a lifetime certification for teaching. As a Social Studies teacher, Harry was recognized with various awards for his dedication to creating safe and accepting environments for his students. As a result, prior to founding Memorial Private High School, Harry became the Director of a private high school in northwest Houston. With over twenty years of experience, specifically in secondary level private education, Harry is known for creating a school culture that focuses on positive social skills, self-management, and self-confidence. Harry’s dedication to a small student-teacher ratio makes a huge difference in the learning experience for each student. Currently, Harry is the Principal for Memorial Private High School.

Pamela holds a degree in Mathematics from Texas Tech University. She has been a leader in the ever-changing Information Technology/Computer world for over 25 years. For the past eleven years, before opening MPHS, Pam built and led the IT team and the IT development for Pappas Restaurants, headquartered in Houston, Texas. Furthermore, Pamela has founded professional societies, has published a book, and holds a software engineering patent from a company she founded previously. Currently, Pamela is the CEO for Memorial Private High School.

Quality is everything. Because we value that, we are focused on making sure your child has the teachers, the love and acceptance, and a school that your whole family will be proud of attending.

Harry and Pam live in your community, and they would love to see your child grow.

Our Mission

Where God makes the difference

The mission of Memorial Private High School is to offer an individualized, self-paced secondary education in a spiritual, relaxed, safe, and comfortable environment. Students, teachers, and administrations actively collaborate to achieve an optimum working environment for all. Giving students the tools to be self-guided learners, as well as treating students as young adults, fosters graduates who are equipped to lead productive lives in a complex, pluralistic society. MPHS’ primary goal is to create an environment in which each student can acquire the knowledge necessary to develop intellectual and spiritual maturity. With small class size and structured individualized curriculum, individual success is maximized. We respect and celebrate the uniqueness of our students.