Frequently Asked Questions
What type of children attend Memorial Hall School?
We have a diversified student body, with students from the Houston area as well as many foreign countries.
What grade levels are available at Memorial Hall School?
At this time we are enrolling students in 6th thru 11th grades.
What is the student to teacher ratio at Memorial Hall?
Typically the classes are 12 to 15 students per class, although some may vary according to subjects.
How do I enroll my child?
The first step to enrolling your child is to call and set up an appointment to meet with our headmaster or director. When coming for your appointment please bring any existing school records, tests, and/or evaluations that may help us to understand your student.
You will be given a tour of the school and an opportunity to interview with the director. Ideally, your student will have a few days to visit the school before any decisions are made. Arrangements can be made by calling the office during regular business hours: 8:00 – 4:30 U.S. Central Standard Time.
Is Memorial Hall School an I-20 approved school?
Memorial Hall is I-20 approved and can issue the application from the office.
How do I apply for an I-20?
The initial application can be found here.
May foreign students transfer to other schools after entering the United States?
Foreign students must complete at least 3 full semesters with Memorial Hall before they may transfer. They may only transfer to another I-20 approved school.
May we pay tuition monthly?
International students are required to pay the annual tuition and fees in full prior to their admittance.
Is the registration fee or tuition refundable?
The registration fee and tuition are non-refundable.
Which credit cards do you accept?
Regrettably, no credit cards are accepted. Payment can be made by check, cash, money orders or wire transfers.
Does Memorial Hall provide dormitories?
If there is any difficulty in finding a place for students to stay, parents should feel free to contact the office in receiving help in finding host families for the students. Student’s families and host families work directly together regarding charges/fees for this service.