TMI News Room

2016

  • September

    New TMI bat house may attract bats to provide students with lessons in natural environmental management.

    TMI to welcome bats to new campus home

    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 Family Association President Dalia Bryan (second from left) presents Headmaster John  W. Cooper, Ph.D. and faculty members with grants for special classroom needs Sept. 12  during daily chapel. The grants were for new faculty or those teaching new courses.

    TMI Family Association grants new-faculty wishes

    The Family Association of TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas presented grants for new teachers or those teaching new courses Sept. 12 during daily chapel.
  • TMI announces Hall of Fame inductees

    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.
  • Speaker Richard Guerry reminds TMI students that online behavior is ‘public and permanent’  in a digital-safety presentation Aug. 31 in All Saints Chapel.

    Speaker gives TMI students online-safety tips

    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.” 
  • TMI Headmaster John W. Cooper, Ph.D., right, congratulates the first-place                              team at the 2015 TMI Alumni Association Modified Sporting Clay Shoot.                              The annual event benefits the TMI Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship.

    TMI shoot aims to raise scholarship funds

    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. 
  • August

    As students look on, TMI faculty and staff process in to All Saints Chapel  on Aug. 17 to start the school year with the annual Convocation ceremony.

    TMI starts the year with best foot ‘forward’

    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.
  • Students get hands-on with a creation in Robotics Engineering, one of the most popular camps at Summer at TMI 2016.

    Summer at TMI turns up the heat

    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. 
  • TMI students make it to the finish line at the National Classical League, having  posted many Top 20 finishes in their subject tests.

    TMI students compete at classical meet

    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.”
  • July

    Rising senior named Man of the Year

    Rising senior, Chad Harthan, raised over $290,000 to become The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s “Man of the Year”. A leukemia survivor himself, Chad has been in remission for 15 years now.
  • May

    TMI’s class of 2016 gets ready for graduation, held May 26 in the school’s All Saints Chapel.

    TMI class of 2016 finds college success

    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.
  • April

    TMI Latin students celebrate earning honors at the Texas State Junior Classical  League Convention, held April 22-23 at Atascosita High School in Humble.

    TMI students earn Latin honors

    Latin students earned top honors at the Texas State Junior Classical League (JCL) Convention, held April 22-23 at Atascocita High School in Humble.
  • TMI students are honored at chapel April 4 for winning first place at the TLU Spanish Contest, held April 2 at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin. The students, all in Upper School, scored top  places in two categories, grammar and spelling.

    TMI takes first at TLU Spanish contest

    TMI students won the overall first-place award at the first-ever Texas Lutheran University Spanish contest, held April 2 in the Schuech Fine Arts Center at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin.
  • March

    An all-female color guard from the Texas Military Institute Corps of Cadets takes the field at the March 22 grand opening ceremony for the new TMI softball complex.

    TMI opens new softball complex

    TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas held a grand-opening ceremony March 22 for its new softball complex, which includes a new field, batting cages and a concession stand.
  • From left, TMI Robotics Team members Chloe Harthan, Annie Mosis,  Newton Tran, Priscilla Lobo, Isabella Grossman and Mikae Mumme celebrate the regional win that qualified them for international competition.

    Area students headed to world robotics competition

    A robotics team from TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas qualified to attend the FIRST LEGO (FLL) League World Championship, to be held April 27-30 in St. Louis.
     
  • February

    TMI seniors Grace Westerman, from left, Saad Ehsan and Hector Castillo, named National Merit Scholarship finalists, receive recognition during  daily chapel services. The students are eligible for merit awards to be  announced later this spring.

    TMI students named National Merit finalists

    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 Robotics Coach James Lewey and the Pink Panthers team celebrate their first-place win at the FIRST LEGO  League Alamo Regional Qualifier.

    TMI Robotics wins first-place award

    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.
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