Give Back! 

We are deeply grateful for all the contributions to help Memorial Private School grow and flourish through gifts of time and engagement. This includes sharing your ideas, engaging on social media, posting reviews, and sending referrals our way.

Engagement

Social Media Engagement: Being engaged on social media and sharing your personal stories with friends and neighbors is a simple and fun way to give back. Maybe someone sees your comment and decides to tour our campus or you share a post with a friend who might have an interest in exploring new schools. Your engagement really does help others learn about us, and often results in new enrollments.

Sending us Referrals: Referrals are golden because they heard about us through you and these students often stay with us until they graduate. Telling your personal stories to people you know often leads to applications. To show our appreciation and to help you offset tuition costs, we offer a $250 tuition credit for every verified enrollment you send our way.

Writing Reviews: Reviews and personal testimonials are a critical way for families to get to know us better and see how our low stress environment can yield high academic and social outcomes. Writing a review on any of these sites really does make a difference:

Participation in Friends of MPS: Being involved in our MPS Parent’s Association, “Friends of MPS” leads to great ideas, new programs, exciting events, and much more to support our student body and the future of Memorial Private School. Your ideas and contributions matter and hold great value.

Refer Us to Additional Corporate and University Studies: If you know a company or university doing a research study, please let us know. As a research-based learning environment, we work closely with top corporations and universities nationwide. We wish to thank them for the many opportunities they provide to our curricula and programs. In recognition, recent collaborations include: BrainCo, University of Houston, Harvard University, St. Thomas University and Houston Baptist University.