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High School at Calvary

At Calvary Episcopal Preparatory, there are lots of benefits to being a small high school.  We celebrate that our students are...

Known, so they feel valued. Protected, so they feel safe. Listened to, so they feel heard. Challenged, so they find passion. Involved, so they feel connected. Prepared, so they gain confidence. Celebrated, so they model appreciation. Empowered, so they develop independence.



At Calvary, we create environments in which engaged students, are actively shaping their own learning:

  • Socratic seminars in English classrooms
  • Simulations in history classrooms
  • Challenging assumptions in science classrooms

At Calvary, we recognize and value different types of learners with different types of learning environments:

  • Fine Arts performances and Athletic competitions
  • Computer-based and in-person delivery systems
  • Honors and AP/Dual Credit instructional levels

At Calvary, courses are not silos of information, but looms of which weave subjects into learning tapestries:

  • Debate resolutions as part of Houston Area Model United Nations
  • Art projects demonstrate linear line functions in Algebra
  • Book studies give context to Environmental Science field trips

Planning Ahead 

At Calvary, we want to match students with the post- secondary option that best fits their aspirations, and abilities:

  • Beginning in 9th grade, grade-level specific lessons dealing with college awareness, access, and acceptance
  • On campus PSAT and SAT testing followed by individualized conferences, regarding results
  • College visits
  • Guidance through the college and scholarship application 

At Calvary, we want to expand students' visions of who they can be and what they can become:

  • Administration of Interest inventories - twice during high school
  • Monthly Nourish and Flourish lunch sessions with professionals to learn about the industry they represent and the educational and career path that took them there.

Growing Globally

At Calvary, we want our students to realize the interconnetedness of their world, so they develop into informed and thoughtful citizens:

  • Two travel/study abroad programs available to students during their four-year tenure. Programs incorporate local culture service projects along with the opportunity to earn college level course credit.
  • Students from all over the world have graduated from, and are currently enrolled at, our Richmond, TX campus.  These students bring their languages, cultures, and religions which give the opportunity to celebrate and learn from their perspectives.  

Activating Faith

At Calvary, we instill in our students a Reverence for God, Respect for Others, and Responsibility for Self:

  • Students participate in leadership roles during our weekly Chapel services where we celebrate our Episcopalian Identity
  • Students are required to take one-semester of daily Bible instruction, which earns them two high school credits.  Course content varies based on grade level.
  • Christian Character Education engages students in discussion about ethical and moral issues.

Giving Back

At Calvary, we believe that our studnets are Called to a Higher Standard:

  • High School students are expected to earn 30 hours of community service through school-based and self-iniating events, for a total of 120 hours over a four-year period.  To earn an honor cord at graduation, 160 hours is required.
  • At least half of the community service hours (60) is required to be earned in one field to help students develop a deeper relationship with and an understanding of the work and teh people for which it is being done.


Students are encouarged to get involved in extra-curricular activities, to learn new skills, to meet new friends and to build memories.

  • Student Council
  • Archery
  • Badminton
  • Cheerleading
  • Praise Choir
  • Drama Club
  • One-Act Play Competition
  • Thespian Competition
  • TAPPS Competitions 
  • Tennis
  • Riflery
  • Golf
  • ESports


Excursions, Events & Eats

Socialization and building relationships are important parts of Calvary's program. 

  • Students participate in monthly social events. Some examples are ice skating, escape rooms, haunted house, Christmas lights, trampoline park, and more!
  • Students end their year getting dressed in their finest attire at their annual prom.
  • Students also attend regular field trips to visit colleges and explore the communities in which envelop them. A highlight to these trips are experience new activites and new foods.
Calvary Students Attend:

Calvary students average $120,000 in offered scholarships.  The College and Universities that Calvary students have received acceptance to include: 

Abilene Christian University
Barnard College (Columbia University)
Baylor University
Houston Baptist University
Louisiana State University
Mississippi College
Sam Houston State University
Southwestern University
St Edwards University
Stephen F Austin University
Texas A&M University-College Station
Texas A&M Corpus Christi
Texas A&M Galveston
Texas A&M Kingsville
Texas State University
Texas Tech University
Texas Women's University
Trinity University
University of Alabama
University of Dallas
University of Houston
University of North Texas
University of St Thomas
University of Texas Arlington
University of Texas Tyler
Called to a higher standard

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