TMI’s Board of Governors is delighted to announce that The Rev. Scott Brown has been called to be the next Headmaster of TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas. Brown, 41, is well known to many in the community, having served as Chaplain of TMI from 2004-2007.
Elizabeth Holmes, a senior at TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas, won first place in the school’s fifth annual Poetry Out Loud recitation contest, held Nov. 28 in the school’s Margaret M. Alkek Theater. Runner-up was sophomore Bridget Lynch.
Senior Curtis Small was selected to play in the 2017 San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game presented by H-E-B. Small, a wide receiver and defensive back, was chosen as one of the area’s most outstanding high-school football players, who will participate in the annual game Jan. 7 in the Alamodome, following the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. He will play on the West team, for players representing schools west of U.S. Highway 281.
Hannah Wool, a senior at TMI, was among area students recognized Oct. 23 at a Harvard Club of San Antonio barbecue in honor of 2016 student and faculty Harvard Prize Book recipients. TMI math teacher Travis Waddington, Ph.D., also was honored as a faculty recipient.
Middle-school students from TMI spent a weekend in service Oct. 21-23 at Austin’s Community First Village, a program that aims to provide permanent housing for the chronically homeless in a tiny-home and mobile-home community on the city’s East Side.
Jeremy Clark and Ana Paula Velasco, seniors at TMI, were crowned Homecoming King and Queen on Oct. 15 during halftime at the school’s Homecoming football game against St. Joseph High School of Victoria.
If all goes well, someday TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas will have more bats than students. The school put up two new bat houses Sept. 26 with hopes that this addition to the campus will lead to natural pest control and other benefits.
TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas has announced its first Hall of Fame nominees for the 2016-2017 school year. Alumni, former faculty and other friends of TMI are recognized within one of the Four Pillars of a TMI education: Academics, Athletics, Military and Spirituality.
When we’re online, “We’re living in a fishbowl.” says Richard Guerry, founder of the nonprofit Institute for Responsible Online Cell-phone Communication (IROC2.org). “We may frost the glass to limit transparency, but absolute privacy will never happen in a digital world.”
The TMI Alumni Association will hold its 16th Annual Modified Sporting Clay Shoot on Sept. 9 at the San Antonio Gun Club. The event has raised more than $50,000 for the TMI Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship, a merit award that has been given out for the past three years.
TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas started the 2016-2017 school year Aug. 17 with its annual tradition of a university-style Convocation followed by “the Greeting,” where all faculty and staff line up to welcome all students on the first day of school.
In its fourth year, Summer at TMI – the school's seven-week summer program – broke previous records with an enrollment of 1,010 in classes and camps for ages four through 18. The program offered 27 camps as well as academic courses.
A team from TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas attended the National Junior Classical League (JCL) Convention, held July 25-30 at Indiana University, bringing home honors in keeping with the event’s theme, “Ubi concordia, ibi victoria/Where there is unity, there is victory.”
The class of 2016 at TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas graduated May 26 in the school’s All Saints Chapel. The 81 graduates were offered $9.5 million in scholarships as well as admission to colleges and universities including Auburn, Baylor, Boston College, Boston University, Cal Tech, Case Western Reserve, Clemson, Colgate, Dartmouth, Davidson, Duke, Emory, Fordham, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, LSU, MIT, NYU, Ohio State, Parsons School of Design, Penn State, Purdue, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Rice, Rutgers, Sewanee (University of the South), Texas A&M, Tulane, U.S. Air Force Academy, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Michigan, University of St. Andrews (Scotland), UT-Austin, University of Virginia, Vanderbilt, VMI, Washington University in St. Louis, and West Point.
Three seniors from TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas have been named finalists in the National Merit Scholarship competition. Hector Castillo, Saad Ehsan and Grace Westerman are now eligible for merit awards, to be announced in March.
TMI's Pink Panthers robotics team won a first-place award at the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Alamo Regional Qualifier, held Jan. 23 at Lutheran High School.
The mission of TMI is to provide an excellent educational community, with values based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, challenging motivated students to develop their full potential in service and leadership.
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