Independent School Offers Low Stress. High Outcomes.
Contact Admissions Today to Explore! Ready to move your life forward in a low-stress private independent school where you can enjoy research-based learning?
Beyond the academic skills you will acquire, Memorial Private School is a microschool, where you can develop a sense of purpose, ignite your interests, make lifelong friends, and have opportunities to shine in clubs, sports, and community service.
Ranked in the top 20% of private schools in Texas according to Private School Review, we are known for our exceptional research-based academic school and summer courses.
As leading innovator in research-based education and a pioneer in microschooling, Memorial Private School works with some of the best companies and universities in the country. Beyond just peer and project-based learning, we go further. We get students thinking, experimenting, and adopting a growth mindset to prepare them for college and life.
Memorial Private School has instilled a love of learning for our daughter, and after previously attending other schools, she finally feels as though she has found a home at Memorial. The school’s curriculum is geared to each student, the class sizes are small, and the learning environment is very inclusive. — Matt and Beth, Parents
For the convenience of students and families, we offer rolling admissions. Unlike most public and private schools, as an independent microschool, we are able to offer small classes and an individualized approach. We are able to manage and monitor student progress closely, alleviate stress, and integrate new students easily.
Students seeking an alternative to large public and charter schools, private schools, parochial schools, and homeschooling, often find MPS is just the right fit.
Memorial Private School is accredited by Cognia/SACS/AdvancED, so students are not only able to transfer credits from other schools, but our credits are all fully transferable. We make admissions simple for families, so contact us to begin the process.
At Memorial Private School, we seek to enroll students who will fully benefit from the calm culture and research-based education we provide. We are open-minded, but selective during the application process to ensure our school is a solid match.
We look at each individual when determining admission and we have a strong record of success with a broad spectrum of students that fall within our mission. In particular, we excel in educating students who are highly motivated to make a change, possess unique gifts or talents, and students needing a lower stress learning environment.
We accept a small percentage of students with mild to moderate learning issues; and we may require 504 or IEP documents to make a final determination. Please note that we are not equipped to accept students with current legal issues, drug/alcohol, major psychological issues, or significant behavioral or disciplinary issues.
Academic Promise: College bound students tend to perform extremely well with our extended support and college planning services. In addition, we enroll and support students who are not considering college or university, but plan to attend vocational, technical, or trade schools.
Good Citizenship: Students without significant disciplinary or unexcused attendance issues are encouraged to apply.
High Commitment: We only admit students who are dedicated and committed to our high standards.
Memorial Private School is by far the best experience I have had at a high school. Memorial Private School is a stress-free zone.” — Gabe, Student
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Memorial Private School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of their educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and load programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
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