This year, for the third time, a Fay Gator team entered the Buffalo Bayou Regatta, the largest canoe and kayak race in Texas. Our team braved the elements and canoed almost 14 miles of Buffalo Bayou and were cheered on by Fay Friends and Family who were able to view part of the race course from the... Read More
For the first time in Fay's history, we are thrilled to announce the winner of the first annual Gena Lewis Distinguished Teaching Award, Art Teacher Katherine Price! This award, established by the Marie Fay Evnochides Fund (MFE Fund) in the fall of 2021, celebrates former Fay teacher Gena Lewis and... Read More
At Fay, Project-Based Learning (PBL) is integrated into our Science and Social Studies curriculum. PBL is a teaching method where "students learn by actively engaging in real-world and personally meaningful projects." PBL, fittingly, supports Fay's efforts to achieve Priority 4 of our strategic... Read More
Posted by The Fay School on Tuesday, February 22, 2022
The Fay School just celebrated its 30th Anniversary and honored its founder, Marie Fay Evnochides, who envisioned Fay as a school "where children come first." Fay builds on this premise while implementing researched-based teaching and learning principles that empower students through leadership... Read More
Posted by Scott W. Cunningham on Friday, February 11, 2022
This project began over Winter Break, 2021, when I took a trip to Big Bend National Park, nearly 600 miles from Fay's campus in Houston, TX.
Students experienced Fay's campus while learning!
The transition to Project-Based Learning:
After I returned from my trip to Big Bend, students discussed... Read More
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