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Hour of Code Will Bring Comp Sci into Houston K-12 Classrooms

Hour of Code Will Bring Comp Sci into Houston K-12 Classrooms

To most of us who aren’t computer scientists, programming seems like a daunting prospect. We know that our computers, tablets, and phones could not function without vast quantities of code, but we couldn’t write that code ourselves – we couldn’t even make sense of it if we read it. WithRead More

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Emery/Weiner School broadens its appeal to non-Jewish students

Houston Schools May 16, 2014 at 11:30 am

The doors on each of The Emery/Weiner School’s instructional areas say “classroom” in both English and Hebrew. Students who go through the school’s entire middle and high school curriculum will study the language for at least two years and take required coursework in Judaic studies every year. Each senior classRead More

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Houston Schools March 11, 2014 at 11:56 am

On Friday 3/14, thousands of Houston area students will receive notifications of whether or not they were admitted to the private school of their choice. Schools time the mailings to coincide with spring break so that parents have time to “chill” over drinks at the beach. Two weeks later, HISDRead More

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St. Stephen’s Episcopal to offer IB Diploma

Houston Schools November 20, 2013 at 1:00 am

Current sophomores at St. Stephen’s Episcopal will be the first class with the option of graduating with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. The IB Diploma Programme, a widely-recognized, two-year intensive program for juniors and seniors, offers college-level curriculum (for college credit) in 146 countries. It emphasizes global citizenship and focusesRead More

The John Cooper School

The John Cooper School

Houston Schools June 25, 2013 at 10:28 pm

Founded in The Woodlands in 1988, The John Cooper School (JCS) was named after the original headmaster of Houston’s Kinkaid School. The JCS is an independent, coeducational college preparatory school for students in grades Pre-K – 12. The school is located on a 43-acre campus owned by Mr. George Mitchell,Read More