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Branch School, The
1424 Sherwood Forest    
Houston, Texas  77043  
   
Private/Independent School
pre-k 8 130 students
 

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The Branch School: Preschool-Grade 8 Private School in HoustonLeading with loveOur purpose at The Branch School is to inspire every child to love, learn, and lead in an atmosphere of genuine acceptance and support. Because Branch students feel secure socially and emotionally, they also blossom intellectually and academically. We see each child as unlimited—and they learn to see their own potential and possibilities.
Loving to learn
Across our preschool-8th grade continuum, we instill a drive toward discovery, intellectual resilience, and leadership ability. All our students experience hands-on, project-based learning with a Science, Technology, Engineering, the arts, and Math (STEAM) focus. We offer challenging academics and collaborative learning opportunities and help each student develop critical-thinking capacities, creative problem-solving skills, and a lifelong love of learning.Learning to leadOur students learn that great leadership begins with good listening and with respect for the ideas and feelings of those around you. At Branch, our philosophical approach and programming encourage thoughtful character development, support a strong sense of citizenship and stewardship, and teach important peacemaking skills.

 
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Diversity Mission Statement
 

The Branch School Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

The Branch School embraces diversity as a foundational component of our community and educational philosophy. Our mission is to foster a loving and supportive environment for people of all backgrounds and identities, including but not limited to: race, ethnicity, religion, socio-economic status, family composition, sexual orientation and gender. We strive to develop compassionate and impactful community leaders and global citizens, including ALL of those who love, learn, and lead.