Young Leaders, Big Ideas
Our passion for forming academically successful and emotionally intelligent young leaders in our home city of Houston, Texas is palpable the moment you step onto our green gem of a campus. Consider this a digitized version of that experience led by our qualified team of educators and child advocates.
Since our founding by Marie Fay Evnochides in 1991 who wanted to create a place where “children come first,” we have consistently offered a high-quality education for children of diverse talents and backgrounds. Our families often remark how reassured they feel when they gain a deeper understanding of our unique approach to teaching, leading, and learning. Students at The Fay School receive leadership training and curriculum, as many Fortune 500 executives complete to advance their careers.
As Dr. Brene Brown, professor at the University of Houston and published author, recently shared at a Head of School conference:
“It is emotional intelligence that will become the key differentiator between leaders of today and leaders of tomorrow.”
We are eager to share the core tenets of The Fay School’s educational approach and connect with you, as we discuss topics like:
- The Fay environment! Everything from our quality education to our strong sense community.
- How the Faculty and Staff at The Fay School shape students for the future. We will show you how Fay is experiential, forward thinking, and innovative.
- The future is uncertain. Regardless of the ambiguity of what the future holds, we have some tools and tips that can help prepare your children.
How To Use The Fay School Blog
Our team will be updating this space regularly, so for those new to reading blogs welcome and we are glad you are joining us. You can bookmark our blog page or sign up to receive email updates whenever we share a new post.
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We are humbled and honored everyday by the opportunity our Fay Families present to us in bringing their children to our school doors. Thank you for joining us in this new and rising channel, as we continue our mission to help children learn and grow intellectually, physically, socially, ethically and artistically while developing self-confidence and a lifelong love of learning.
About Morgan B. Scoville: Today, when not supporting students on the Fay campus, Morgan is an avid runner who has logged thousands of miles preparing for multiple marathon races each year—including 8 years as a competitor in the Boston Marathon. He hopes that his experience as an athlete may serve as inspiration to those around him.