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  • HTES Spirit Item Page Is Open!
    Our new Spirit Item page on the website is now open. Showing off your Titan Pride is easy with one (or more) of our fantastic spirit items!
  • 2019-2020 Spirit Shirts Are Now Available
    The 2019-2020 Spirit Shirt is now available to order online. Please help support the school by ordering today. This initial order campaign ends in 2 weeks to allow for delivery by Back to School Bash (August 11).
  • Special on Uniform Purchases


  • A Few Notes About the Last Day of School
    • It is an early dismissal day with the last group (Middle and Upper School) wrapping up for a noon dismissal.
    • We will not have any after school care tomorrow. All students need to be picked up on time.
    • Tomorrow involves 2 awards ceremonies. Lower School awards are from about 8am to 10am. Middle and Upper Awards follow.
    • We are asking students to wear Chapel uniform. We apologize for the late notice.
    • Once the Lower School ceremony ends, and the teacher is done, students in those classes are free to go early with a parent or guardian.
    • Students are asked to make sure they bring all of their belongings home and make sure their lockers are cleaned out.

    Many thanks!

  • Office Hours LIVE!
    If you were unable to watch this week's Office Hours LIVE! with Dr. Roddy, you can check it out on our Facebook Page
  • Dynamo Dash Youth Partnership

    We are excited to announce that Holy Trinity Episcopal School has been chosen to be the Humble/Atascocita location for Dynamo Dash Youth soccer. This is an exciting partnership that will benefit the local community. For more information about Dynamo Dash Youth, including their upcoming tryout schedule, please visit their website.
  • Chick-fil-A Friday!!!

    Friday, May 3 is going to be a Chick-fil-A Friday instead of a pizza Friday. We are excited to offer this option for all students. Please fill out and return your order form by Wednesday, May 1. If you have any questions, please contact the Titan Parent Association.

  • Details about the May 5th family fun event are now available, including how to purchase tickets. For more information, visit our spring gala page on the website!
  • Information for this summer's Summer at HTES is now available on our website.

  • Final Update on DC Trip
    From Mrs. Cheek:
    Our last day!

    What an adventure we have had! Today we visited the home of George and Martha Washington. Their home is 80% original and restored to look (nearly) exactly haw it looked at the time. Students enjoyed walking the grounds, taking in the views, and seeing the animals. Some discovered that the goats would eat out of their hands! 

    We are sad to leave but excited to share our adventures with those that did not join us. We will see you tonight, Houston!
  • More DC Adventures
    From Mrs. Cheek:
    We spent our morning at the Air and Space museum! Some preferred air, others preferred space. Everyone had a blast and expanded their thinking! There were some mind boggling questions asked. We may have some future astrophysicists in our midst! 
    We are currently touring the National Cathedral; an Episcopal Cathedral and a living work of art. The stained glass is breathtaking!
    Later we will hit the Newseum (we missed it yesterday due to rain and extensive traffic) and American History museum! We are enjoying our time together and making lasting memories. 
  • UPDATE: Crosby Fire Response
    We have informed teachers to return to normal operations. Students are now okay to go outside. We will continue to monitor the situation and are prepared to adjust as needed.
  • Crosby Fire Response
    In response to the current situation involving the fire in Crosby, teachers have been asked to keep students inside as much as possible. We are actively monitoring the situation and will update you as necessary.
  • More Adventures in Washington DC
    As reported by Mrs. Cheek:
    Yesterday was quite eventful. We assumed a massive April Fools joke but unfortunately, nobody was laughing. Well, okay, we were all laughing. It all started at the duck tours with the amphibious busses. We divided into 2 groups, Mrs Davis in group one, I in group two. Group one loaded the duck tour, an hour later group two took a separate bus. About 30 minutes into the tour I received a text message from a parent. Their bus was stuck in the mud and had been for about half an hour. I notified our captain who assured someone was on the way to pick them up and was thankful for the update, he would go another way. Our group finished the tour and we tried calling and calling. Meanwhile our first group was cold and stuck; adorned with ponchos and life vests. As Mr. Traylor so eloquently put it, “We are on a duck and this duck is stuck.” After 3 hours of chilly wind, in a boat, in the middle of the Potomac river, and three other duck busses attempting to pull them out, a parent called the coast guard. Not the captain, a parent. 10 minutes later they were rescued! With quite a tale to tell about their Stuck Tour. 

    Happy to be safe and warm,

    Titans in DC
  • DC Trip Update
    From Mrs. Cheek:
    We made it to DC safe and sound, and hit the ground running right away. We toured Arlington Cemetery and witnessed the end of the changing of the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. We traveled to Iwo Jima, caught a group picture there. Then we visited the Pentagon Memorial. We traveled downtown and honored the Jefferson Memorial and witnessed the blooming cherry blossoms on our way to the Washington Monument. Next was the Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Memorial for Women Serving in Vietnam War and World War II Memorial. We are enjoying our time and excited to share our experience.
  • Pizza Friday: April 5
    The Titan Parent Association (TPA) is coordinating Pizza Days on Fridays. Please read this annoucnement for more details.
    To place your order for the April 5 day, please fill out and return this form by April 2.
    For more, contact the TPA at
  • UPDATE on Deer Park fire concerns
    After monitoring the situation all day and recognizing that the shelter in place order has been lifted in Deer Park and Galena Park, I have instructed teachers that it is safe to bring students outside again. This includes Titan Academy After School programs.
    As always, thank you very much for your continued support of Holy Trinity Episcopal School.
  • Statement on Deer Park Fire
    March 21, 2019
    Good morning. Holy Trinity is actively monitoring the situation involving air quality resulting from the Deer Park fire. At this time, there is no reason for us to believe our students and faculty are in any danger. In addition, while the school is technically in Sheldon ISD, our location is on the extreme northern end and is not in any reported zone of concern.
    Out of caution, we have asked teachers to limit all outdoor activities today. In addition, Mrs. Elsa will be monitoring the news all day. If we need to take any action other than what we are already doing, we will let you know ASAP.
    If you have any questions or need to check in with us, please call the front desk. We will be happy to help.
  • Spring Family Event Poll
    We are seeking your opinion on a possible date for a spring family event. Please go to the HTES Facebook Page and take the poll. The poll will be available for one week from the date of this announcement.
  • Re-enrollment
    Re-enrollment for 2019 - 2020 has begun.
    Families that re-enroll by February 28 will receive a $500 tuition discount. If you have any questions about how to re-enroll or about our plans for next year, please contact Dr. Roddy. We are happy to help.
  • New Titan Joins the Team
    After a national search, Holy Trinity Episcopal School is happy to announce that we have a new member of the Titan family joining us in January.
    Mrs. Lisa Lane has agreed to be our new Director of Enrollment Management. Mrs. Lane will be an important member of the administrative team and is eager to begin. Her most recent work was as a Program Manager at the University of Houston Law Center specializing in communications and marketing. In addition, Lisa has teaching experience having taught English in the Dallas area for a few years before moving to Houston. She is also very experienced with independent schools after being a parent volunteer at Greenhill School (Dallas), St. Mark’s School of Texas (Dallas), and The Kinkaid School (Houston).
    Please join us in welcoming Lisa to our community!
  • Welcome to the NEW!
    Our website has had a makeover! We hope you find the new website useful and easy to navigate. There is a welath of information for both current and prosepctive families, so feel free to browse around.