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Posted by Laura Dols, Director of Advancement on Friday, March 8, 2019
Gala Parents Night out
It is very easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of a school year and ignore the Gala invitation. When it is Gala season at your child’s school, do not hesitate, schedule a babysitter and enjoy a parent night out celebrating your school community! Below are 5 reasons why your school’s gala is... Read More
Posted by Jeff Fountain, Dir. of Finance and Operations on Thursday, March 7, 2019
Finanicial Aid for private schools
Choosing a private school education for our children is one of the biggest decisions we face in family life.  Naturally, we want to provide our children with the best opportunities we can for them to grow into smart, emotionally healthy, well-rounded adults. School choice plays a major role. ... Read More
Posted by Morgan B. Scoville, Head of School, M.Ed. on Thursday, February 14, 2019
Elementary Math Games
On Monday, I spent time visiting classes to observe the teaching and learning taking place across our campus. I joined groups of students on the floor and sat alongside them at their clusters of desks. I witnessed the hallmarks of exceptional teaching, classroom management, and pedagogy. There... Read More
Posted on Monday, February 11, 2019
Fay Meadow
In the Fall of 2018, The Fay School’s entire campus pitched in to help film a highlight video of one of Fay’s greatest assets, our stunning campus. We hope this video will help families who are not familiar with our campus or the Houston-area to see our beautiful academic oasis in the heart of... Read More
Posted by Kaitlin Necas, Communications Officer, MBA on Friday, February 1, 2019
School Community consists of parents, administrators, and faculty
Do you live in a neighborhood where it is the “norm” to ask a neighbor to borrow a cup of milk if you are running low? For many of us, the answer to that question these days is “no.” We may look back to growing up in a neighborhood where leaning on our neighbors was commonplace, but this is no... Read More