Inspiring Hearts, Engaging Minds
 
History

In 1994, a group of parents and other interested parties met to discuss plans for the creation of a superior quality private school in northeast Harris County within the discipline and care of the Episcopal Church.  Contact was made with the two Episcopal churches in the area - Christ the King Episcopal Church of Atascocita and Good Shepherd Episcopal Church of Kingwood- with favorable response and interest. Initial visits were made to other Episcopal schools within the Diocese of Texas to learn about establishing a school.  The Bishop of Texas was notified of the plans and the Diocesan office was kept informed of each step in the process. The enterprise was incorporated that year as Holy Trinity Episcopal School of Greater Houston, Inc. Independent School Management of Wilmington, Delaware was retained to conduct a market and feasibility study. In early 1995, Holy Trinity received designation as a 501(c)(3) entity by the IRS. A strategic planning retreat refined the plans further and identified the steps necessary to bring the project to fruition.  In January 2005, the school moved to its present location on 50 acres facing Lockwood, one block off Beltway 8. Upper School classes began in 2009 and the first graduate received a diploma in 2011.

 
Leadership:  

Governance:  Board of Directors
 
Religious Affiliation:  Episcopal

Grades:  Pre-K3 through 12th grade

Total Enrollment:   132
 
Faculty:  17 full-time
 
Uniforms: Daily and dress uniforms
 
Accredidations: Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools
 
Affiliations and Memberships:  National Association of Episcopal Schools, National Association of Independent Schools, Houston Area Independent Schools, The College Board, Texas Association of Non-Public Schools