Congratulations to our five teams who competed at the Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament. They demonstrated many of our core values, especially courage, perseverance and integrity. 4th and 5th grade teams each won first place in their division and will move on to the World Finals at Michigan State University. Additional congratulations go to 5th Grade who was also awarded the highest honor a team can win, the Ranatra Fusca Award for Creativity, which is given to the team who brings the most creative solution to competition. 5th grade has now won this award at both the Regional and State level!
Presbyterian School is proud to have over forty students participate in Odyssey of the Mind (OM) this year. With six OM teams, Presbyterian School was a dominating presence at the Houston Area Regional OM Tournament, which hosted over fifty other schools. Our Presbyterian Panthers roared mightily as all teams received top standings and earned spots to go to the State Competition.
This is the last week to see our middle school student art exhibition at the Glassell Junior School of Art which closes March 31. All fifth and sixth grade students will have work displayed. Seventh and eighth graders in Expressive Sculpture, 3-D Personal Narrative, Mixed Media, or Photography will also have a piece on exhibit. Fourth grade students will install this exhibit following their study of art installation at the Glassell Junior School of Art. Click on the above link for more information.
Our Admission, Finance, Communications and Philanthropy departments will move their offices from 10 Oakdale to 1 Pinedale.
10 Oakdale will be closed from March 30 (at noon) through April 3 to accommodate this move.
In keeping with our Strategic Vision for the Future, Presbyterian School is excited to announce that next year we will be adding one section at each grade level in Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and Second Grade. We recognize that PS is known for being a more "high-touch" and intimate program where our teachers know, love, and challenge their students. Our plan to add these additional sections in Early Childhood and Lower School will enable us to accommodate current demand for our program while shrinking class sizes, giving our teachers the opportunities to connect even more closely with our eager learners. Click on the above link for more information.