Private School Diversity Matters

Private school diversity embodies all aspects of diversity, including neurodiversity. Coming from diverse learning styles and backgrounds, our students receive nurturing based on their individual needs. Our students come from local public schools, charter schools, homeschools, and private schools. This is often because they are seeking something different. Whether you are college prep or considering a different path, Memorial will put you on a path of carve out a great future. 

 Students who typically thrive at Memorial Private School:

  • want to reduce anxiety and stress
  • want more academic challenge
  • want extra help if they need to catch up
  • prefer small classes and a small school setting
  • seek to build their character, self-esteem, and confidence
  • want a small school environment that still has prom, trips, and sports
  • flourish with more nurturing and academic support from faculty and staff
  • would like more opportunities to lead, to be included, and to learn how to include others
  • appreciate diversity and exposure to various cultural, religious, ethnic, and racial perspectives

Find Your Superpower

Because of the innovation, research, and development of our innovative learning model, Memorial Private School provides an exceptional opportunity for students who want to uncover — in recent vernacular — their “superpower.” As part of our commitment to private school diversity, we believe in appreciating various learning styles. Memorial Private School is helpful to a broad spectrum of students, from the gifted and talented to those with learning differences.

We firmly believe there are many myths about learning and believe that students with ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, or those experiencing medical issues should have an equal opportunity to reach their full potential.

Memorial Private offers a low-stress microschool alternative to students needing a change from large public and private schools. Our microschool also offers an easy transition from homeschooling.

Live in Houston? Most of our students live in the immediate area of Memorial, home to the prestigious Spring Branch ISD. However, some come from other parts of West Houston as well. Some families in Texas even move to the area in order to enroll their child. For summer school classes, we offer flexible remote and in-person options, so we attract students from all over Houston. 

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Celebrate Your Uniqueness

Looking to express your uniqueness in a supportive school environment? Memorial Private School celebrates the individual and we show compassion and awareness for students coming from different cultural, religious, ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Private school diversity on campus is embraced as we strive to be responsible, respectful, honest, kind, and compassionate. We engage in discussion, express our viewpoints, share a spiritual connection, and enjoy trips, events, and holidays.

Create Your Calm

Need to lower your stress as you prepare for college and life? To ensure students feel safe, we create a calm learning environment where students and faculty are friendly, supportive, respectful and compassionate towards one another. We realize that in today’s society, students are experiencing heightened levels of anxiety and depression; Memorial Private is that safe haven due to the low-stress environment we create. For this reason, spirituality plays an important role at Memorial, where we go to chapel to center ourselves, attend yoga classes, take time out for an annual retreat and use the amazing FocusCalm app. At Memorial Private School, we believe a school should lower stress and anxiety, and this alone, attracts a diverse student body.

Envision Your Future

Need to clarify and set goals for your future? We truly respect the different visions for what the future holds. Every child is different and we help teenagers ease up on themselves.

Our graduates matriculate to Harvard University, St. Edward’s University, Texas Tech, University of St. Thomas, Texas A&M, University of Texas, Southern Methodist University, Texas Christian University, and many other top private and public colleges and universities in the United States.

In addition and equally as important, students also make excellent choices to go to community colleges, trade/vocational schools, take a gap year, or do an internship or apprenticeship.

Chapel is an activity that I enjoy. I get to hear about stories of people helping each other and learn how I can be a better person. — Amy, Student

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