Partnerships In The City

Community Partners

Presbyterian School’s mission of Family, School and Church united in the education and support of each Child is rooted in the premise of partnerships. Outside of the classroom, students and faculty have direct contact with the best that Houston has to offer in the arts. Students walk outside our doors and into nineteen different museums without ever boarding a bus. This proximity means that even our three year old Betas walk into the hallowed halls of the Museum of Fine Arts to read a story in front of a masterpiece. The School forms part of an archipelago of the arts and academia in the heart of Houston’s vibrant Museum District. We are fortunate to partner with over 40 institutions to offer enriched experiences and an unparalleled independent school education to each student. 

Alley Theatre
Amazing Place Houston
Asia Society Texas Center
Children's Museum of Houston Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Downtown Aquarium- Houston
Emergency Aid Coalition
First Presbyterian Church of Houston
Harris County Courts
Hermann Park Conservancy
Kinder High School for the Performing and
     Visual Arts (HSPVA)
Holocaust Museum Houston
Houston Boychoir
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
Houston Center for Photography
Houston City Hall
Houston Grand Opera
Houston Methodist Hospital
Houston Museum of Natural Science
Houston Symphony
InterActive Theater Company
Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
Lawndale Art Center

MacGregor Elementary School
Main Street Theater
Miller Outdoor Theatre
Music Doing Good
Musiqa
NRG Center & Stadium
Rice University
Rothko Chapel
Texas Medical Center Orchestra
The Glassell Junior School
The Glassell School of Art
The Health Museum
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
The Houston Zoo
The Jung Center
The Menil Collection
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The Nehemiah Center
The Phillip Hall Singers
The Rice School
Treble Choir of Houston
University of St. Thomas
Wortham Theater Center
Writers in the Schools

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Courtney Daniell-Knapp

Courtney Daniell-Knapp

Director of Fine Arts