The Fay School is a place where children come first. Here children learn and grow intellectually, physically, socially, ethically, and artistically while developing self-confidence and a lifelong love of learning through an active partnership among educators, parents, and students. We work hard to develop experiential and outdoor learning experiences while working to develop and support a fully student-centered academic and experiential program. Fay is an inclusive place where a spirit of adventure and freedom is nurtured using the outdoors for overall student enrichment.
Children learn by exploring through nature on our 8.5 acres and gain a science-based understanding of plants and animals in Houston’s habitat.
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Students learn through exploration and project based learning in the Fay Garden and Chicken Coop.
Fay honors children’s natural curiosity and desire to learn with its robust curriculum which is complemented by our signature programs for Leadership Development, Emotional Intelligence, and Outdoor Education.
Our intentionally small community creates opportunities for families to build relationships with one another and the school.
The Outdoor Education curriculum at Fay allows children hands-on experiences to explore and learn through nature.
"We love Fay. Fay is their home away from home. It's a place where they feel loved and heard, and where they are seen. Fay has given our children the gift of learning, inquisitiveness, and possibility. More importantly, it has given our children the freedom to just be their true authentic selves."
"We wanted a school that redefines modern education by utilizing a tried and true methodology of teaching while engaging the whole child. Fay does just that. The teachers and staff are exceptional with their experience, intentionality, kindness, humor, expertise, and creativity. I can absolutely say that my kids are noticed, supported, and loved every day they walk onto campus."