Student life at Houston Academy is exciting and busy.

On any given week, you’re likely to find Raider fans cheering for our athletic teams, or admiring art work hanging throughout the campus. Students broadcast campus news from our television station and enjoy access to outside benches. Upper School students hang out in the breezeways, and seniors enjoy the perks of better parking and locker location. Juniors are buzzing about the prom theme and trying to keep it a secret. Homecoming week is filled with dress up days, face painting, bonfire and black light routine, and finally the announcement of the queen and court at the culminating pep rally.

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The mutual trust and respect of students and teachers are at the heart of school life at Houston Academy. Students are responsible for promoting a sense of honesty and integrity within their community by setting an example for others to fully support the Honor Code. Students at Houston Academy learn to think for themselves and solve real-world problems to prepare them to “achieve their highest academic, social, and creative potential.”

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School Events

Relay For Life

HA’s Relay for Life raised over $11,000 in the fight against cancer!

May Fair

Order your May Fair lunches, wristbands, t-shirts, and bingo cards today! The schedule and sponsors are also listed here.

Grandparents Day

Grades 3P – 6th present “Sweet Home Houston Academy” for their Grandparents. Watch the video and see the photos here!

Outstanding Faculty

We have teacher assistants in every classroom through 1st grade. The Lower School student to teacher ratio is 8:1. Each teacher has at least a 4-year degree and is certified in his/her field.

Enrichment Classes

A variety of enrichment classes are offered in the Lower School to aid in preparing our students’ social and creative potential as well as helping them gain a global perspective. HA has full-time enrichment teachers in library, computer, foreign language, art, music, character education, and physical education.