News and Announcements

Documentary LIKE Discussion

DECEMBER 6, 2021 - Join us for a Zoom discussion with Dr. Crystal Collier on December 15 from 7-8 pm. LIKE breaks down why we find social media so irresistible, examines who is controlling who, and gives you the tools to pivot to a more balanced and contented relationship.

Giving Together on Giving Tuesday

DECEMBER 1, 2021 - Yesterday, our community of parents, grandparents, alumni, alumni families, faculty, staff and friends gave $16,005 in new Annual Fund commitments and an additional $850 for tuition assistance!

Casa de Esperanza Pajamas, Socks & Underwear Drive

NOVEMBER 16, 2021 - The Casa de Esperanza Pajamas, Socks & Underwear Drive will be taking place November 29 through December 6! This year, we will be sponsoring 119 children, ranging from 10 months to 17 years of age. Be on the lookout this Friday for an email with a SignUpGenius link.

Fall 2021 Garden Day

NOVEMBER 11, 2021 - Thank you to the PSO and all who showed up to Garden Day last weekend to make our grounds look beautiful!

Health & Safety Plan for 21-22

AUGUST 3, 2021 - The health and safety of this community is our number one priority, and we have put in place procedures and protocols designed to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 exposure and spread. We continue to monitor the situation in Houston and will keep you informed and provide additional resources as we navigate this ever-evolving situation together. We are excited to begin the school year, and look forward to welcoming students back to campus!

Celebrating Sister Edna Ann Hebert

JULY 16, 2021 - Today we celebrate Sr. Edna Ann Hebert on what would have been her 90th birthday. Sr. Edna Ann entered eternal life last Thursday, July 8 and was laid to rest on Tuesday. We remember her for her joyous laughter, love of music, and passion for Montessori teaching.

Sister Edna Ann Hebert, O.P. (July 16, 1931 - July 8, 2021)

JULY 12, 2021 - Sr. Edna Ann Hebert, O.P. (John Michael) entered eternal life on Thursday, July 8, 2021. Sr. Edna Ann was born in Port Arthur, TX, July 16, 1931, to the late Francis and Marie Melancon Hebert. She was preceded in death by her brother James Hebert. She is survived by her sisters Mary Margaret Hebert and Judith Faye Hebert. She is also survived by several nieces, nephews and other extended family members.
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