Students: 405 | Faculty: 46 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
The Episcopal School of Texas
The Episcopal School of Texas (TMI), founded in 1893, is a co-educational college preparatory military school located in San Antonio, Texas. The school offers both boarding and day school options. It is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest.
The school philosophy is based on four standards: academics, spirituality, athletics and military. The Corps of Cadets program is nationally recognized. Fourteen graduates have risen to the rank of general, including General Douglas MacArthur.
The school offers a challenging academic program with opportunities for advanced placement.
A wide variety of clubs allow students to explore interests outside the academic curriculum. With a student body composed of 465 students, the resulting student teacher ratio is 10-to-1. Tuition for boarding students is $41,520; day school tuition is $20,905.
Boarding Schools in Texas
Chinquapin Preparatory School in Highland, Texas, is a private, nonprofit college prep school dedicated to the education of low income students in the greater Houston area. Founded in 1969, teaching grades 6-12, accreditation is from the Alliance of Accredited Private Schools. All students receive scholarships with responsibility for only a small portion of tuition cost, based on family income. All students then have community service related jobs and or tasks, designed to instill and reinforce the values of the school's ...
Still Creek Ranch is a place for children from kindergarten up to 12th grade. It is a private boarding school located in Bryan, TX. They have both residence as well as outreach services for both children and families alike, from the state of Texas or from another state. There are a total of 26 children that live in two separate cottages on 275 acres of ranch land, one designed for boys and the other designed for girls to live in. Each girl shares ...
Texas Academy of Math and Science is a residential private early college program located in the suburban area of Denton, Texas. This co-ed academy serves grades 11-12 with roughly 380 students. Admission is competitive and only 200 are accepted each year. Students enter the academy immediately following their sophomore year of high school where they start full-time college studies. Upon graduating, students earn their diploma plus their credits are transferable. The school follows a rigorous curriculum requiring all students to obtain a 3.0 ...