Something teachers or students can learn from my experience is that we have to overcome our fears and not let them control ourselves because we can’t know our capabilities if we are afraid. – Leslie Servin
The SAT Prep class places great emphasis on community service and volunteerism as part of the course. The class began this year with visits to The Cottage of Spring Branch, a memory care center. [Read more…] about SAT Prep Class – Visits the Memory Care Center
Memorial Hall School has partnered with the International University Alliance group. The IUA is a group of nationally recognized top-tier U.S. universities that expand opportunities for international students by supporting multicultural relationships among its participants (top universities).
Our local representative, Mr. Christopher Jack surprised Heaven with the news of his acceptance into Lousiana State University. Heaven plans an engineering field endeavor. We are so proud of Heaven and his accomplishments. He is a fine, upstanding young man, that has so much to offer…GEAUX TIGERS! We wish you the best Heaven!
Ms. Boswell’s Spanish class took a trip to Miller Outdoor Theatre to see a bilingual musical of Cinderella entitled Cenicienta. The students enjoyed the colorful, lively production that included great dance numbers and lots of humor.
Before the show, the Spanish class toured the nearby Japanese gardens in Hermann Park which featured neatly manicured paths, traditional Japanese architecture, and vibrant koi. After the musical, students enjoyed a lunch of tacos, guacamole, salsa and salads at Taco Cabana.
Every year the history class does presentations on different presidents throughout the years.
The SAT class is getting their community service hours in at The Cottage – located near the school in Spring Branch.