Moving to the Northwest Houston area and considering a private education for your child? Finding where to start the search can be stressful, especially when you may be new to the area, and not familiar with what all is offered locally. Northwest Houston is full of top-notch premiere private schools to choose from. Located all over the Northwest area: Cypress, Tomball, Spring and more, you are sure to find an option to please you and your family.
Cypress Christian School is an accredited K-12 private Christian school in northwest Houston with a 39-year history and a mission to provide students an education based upon academic excellence and biblical values. At CCS, each faculty member is degreed and certified and is committed to academic excellence and to the Christian faith. The biblical worldview permeates the CCS curriculum, weekly chapel services, athletics, fine arts and special programs. The admissions policy requiring one parent be a Christian encourages a Christ-centered partnership between parents and school. CCS students are challenged to develop to their full potential through co-curricular activities, community service and academics, which is evident through students’ 100% college acceptances.
Primrose School of Barker Cypress is a private preschool that provides an exclusive early learning approach that balances purposeful play with nurturing guidance from teachers to encourage curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion. They believe who children become is as important as what they know. Primrose Schools is accredited by the early education division of AdvancED, a national academic accreditation agency.
Their research-informed approach to teaching, learning and care is unparalleled. They deliver more than a curriculum; it’s a life-changing early learning experience for children and their families. The adventure of discovery and unparalleled learning that Primrose children experience comes from progressing through their comprehensive and connected Balanced Learning approach. Primrose uses Balanced Learning, which is Primrose’s exclusive, time-tested approach which nurtures intellectual, creative, physical and social-emotional development. It balances play and guidance to appeal to different learning styles; uses an inquiry-based early learning cycle; and enables teachers to focus on each child. Balanced Learning is created and regularly reviewed by early childhood experts, and is time-tested.
Rosehill Christian School (RCS) is a college-preparatory Pre-K through 12th grade non-denominational Christian school. As an extension of the Christian home, RCS partners with parents to develop young men and women who continuously grow in their walk with Jesus Christ. Rosehill Christian cultivates the belief that there is one chance to educate children and that the journey matters. Beyond providing an outstanding educational foundation, the journey at Rosehill produces transformation in children, teaching the importance of service, developing courage, emphasizing the need for community, and equipping students for eternity
At Rosehill Christian, well-qualified teachers use a blend of traditional teaching strategies enriched by hands-on activities, along with a full range of instructional technology, to reach the diverse student body. RCS also offers an extensive selection of elective courses, athletic programs, and community service opportunities to enable students to fully develop a broad range of gifts and talents. In addition to fine arts and technology courses, Rosehill is the only private Christian school in the area to offer Agricultural Science as a course to complement its school-sponsored 4-H program. Seventeen competitive sports teams train their student-athletes in a first-class Athletic Training Center and Field Complex.
In May 2016, Rosehill Christian School continued a 25-year tradition of excellence by graduating its 17th senior class. In that time, 98% of its graduates have pursued post-secondary studies at colleges and universities worldwide. Of those, six were National Merit Scholarship Finalists. Many students start their collegiate studies early by taking advantage of dual-credit course offerings. They can receive a maximum of 38 credit hours while attending Rosehill from a selection of over 50 credit hours, enabling many to start college as a sophomore.
Salem Lutheran School, est. 1853, has been providing quality Christ-centered education for K-8th grade, and Infant-Pre-K programs. Salem is a National Blue Ribbon School, a 2014 National Exemplary School and its principal, Dr. Mary Beth Gaertner is a 2012 National Distinguished Principal.
Salem Lutheran School educates the “whole child.” The educators strive to provide curriculum and instruction that supports growth in academics as well as character. Salem Lutheran School recognizes that the parent is God’s ordained authority and their child’s most influential teacher. For the best possible outcomes, faculty and staff desire to partner with parents effectively by communicating honestly and frequently in regard to the child’s progress. When your child graduates from the learning environment, they will be well grounded in Christ and well-rounded for life.
Salem Lutheran School school provides a safe environment (physically and emotionally) in which to learn and grow. Current research has proven what Salem Lutheran already knows – that a safe, structured, nurturing and predictable environment in which a child feels secure, sets the stage for optimal learning.
Faith, ethics and leadership drive Salem Lutherans efforts. They provide the student body with a foundation of faith in a triune God, examples of Christian ethics within the school environment and the working community, and the opportunity for leadership roles at all grade levels in order to apply faith and ethics in real life situations.
An independent, PK-12, college preparatory school, located on 43 acres that were set aside for an independent school by Woodlands founder George Mitchell. The school opened in 1988 and has grown to become one of the premier independent schools in the Houston area.
Cooper provides a challenging education in a caring environment. Traditional educational practices combined with innovative new teaching methods enable students to become critical and creative thinkers, effective communicators, responsible citizens and leaders, and lifetime learners.