Holy Spirit Episcopal School offers an exemplary education for infants through grade eight that develops the whole child while achieving academic excellence in a dynamic faith-based environment.
HSES provides a nurturing classroom environment and a consistent level of academic excellence in curriculum and instruction in each of the school’s divisions. Your child will receive age-appropriate programs for interactive learning in all areas with distinct benefits:
- A low student-to-teacher ratio.
- Highly-qualified and experienced faculty.
- A creative thinking and experiential classroom environment.
- Essential life and social skills, including community service opportunities.
- Foreign language instruction three years old through grade eight.
- Research-based math and science curricula.
- Chapel services combined with Christian Education designed for children of all ages.
- Integrated language arts and vocabulary development.
- Open communication between parents and staff.
Love — A culture of caring that promotes service for others, collaboration and strength in character.
Respect — A culturally diverse community that practices appreciation and collaboration with opportunities for leadership and global awareness.
Wonder — A qualified and dedicated faculty that inspires every student to reach their fullest potential by fostering differentiated instruction and individualization to achieve academic excellence.
Explore — Independent and inquisitive learners engage in enrichment opportunities, fine arts, wellness and mindfulness, outdoor education through Ecolink excursions to develop well-rounded students that become life-long learners.
Believe — Episcopal traditions and a Christian foundation to nurture compassion, integrity, and unity of Spirit.
PORTRAIT OF A GRADUATE
HSES graduates are...
- Compassionate and inclusive.
- Stewards of God's creation.
- Inquisitive problem-solvers.
- Creative risk-takers.
- Resilient and determined.
HSES graduates lead the way!
Holy Spirit Episcopal School is accredited by the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools (SAES). HSES is one of 113 Episcopal schools located in a six state region. We are approved by Texas Private Schools Accreditation Commission (TEPSAC), www.tepsac.org, and recognized by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). SAES serves Episcopal schools, richly diverse in location, size and scope, throughout the states of Arizona, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. SAES is the only Episcopal accrediting association in the United States and the only denominational accrediting association recognized by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). It too complies with the Commission’s Criteria for Effective Independent School Accreditation Practices, which thoroughly reviews and evaluates its accreditation standards, criteria, and procedures. The Standards of SAES reflect the Association’s commitment to promoting high standards of education, developing programs that improve knowledge and skills in leadership, governance, administration, teaching and learning, and spiritual formation. The Key Standards and supporting accreditation information may be found at www.swaes.org.
HSES prohibits discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, age, sex, national origin, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability or any other protected status as required by applicable federal, state, and local laws in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student programs and activities unless a particular status protected by federal, state, or local laws contradicts the deeply held religious convictions of the School or the Church.