Six TMI Episcopal seniors committed to college athletics during a signing ceremony, held May 17 in the school’s Alkek Refectory. The graduating Panthers will play a variety of sports at schools across divisions of the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA).
Congratulations to the end-of-year Cadet award recipients who were recognized at the May 4, 2018, Pass in Review ceremony. The Reviewing Official was CPT Trent Melcher, Active Duty Air Force Pilot and TMI graduate of 2007.
Aaron Mills, a freshman at TMI Episcopal, has been accepted to the JSA summer program for high-school students at Georgetown University in Washington D.C., where he will study AP (Advanced Placement) Comparative Government.
JuliaGrace Walker, who graduated last year from TMI Episcopal, returned April 26 for a daylong series of talks to Upper School Spanish classes about her experiences in Ecuador with a gap-year program, Global Citizen Year.
The Middle School Spanish Club of TMI Episcopal raised $1,280 for the Pulsera Project, a nonprofit organization that partners with U.S. schools to sell colorful bracelets (pulseras in Spanish), handwoven by artisans in Guatemala and Nicaragua.
TMI Episcopal juniors Bridget Lynch and Annie Notzon spoke to the April 10 meeting of the Dominion Rotary Club about their experiences at the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Conference (RYLA), held Jan. 12-15 at the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch in New Braunfels. The Dominion Rotary Club sponsors two students from TMI every year to attend RYLA.
TMI Episcopal senior Ella Hirsch was honored as a Baden-Powell Fellow and World Leader of Tomorrow at the annual Baden-Powell Fellowship Event of the World Scout Foundation, held March 23 in Mexico City.
Brandon Rubsamen, a junior at TMI Episcopal, was awarded first place in the Senior Division for the Kate Harding Bates Parker Award in History from the Texas State Historical Association (TSHA)/Junior Historians of Texas.
Congratulations to the following students who were recognized in chapel last week, April 3, as becoming members of the Freshman Scholastic Society. Students must have a 90 or higher GPA for the 1st semester to be included in the society.