House Program

The TMI House Program

The TMI residential life program follows a house model where small, family-like units allow students to grow in their independence, preparing them for the responsibilities and freedoms that college life brings. “Our House Parents’ homes literally become an extension to our students, allowing us to give them the individual attention they need to form developmental relationships with their house parents to help them maximize their potential while studying here at TMI,” Todd Davis, Director of Residential Life.

Residential life students follow a regular rhythm of life that provides a safe environment as they focus on their academics and push themselves to stretch their abilities, join new clubs and teams, and engage in school life and extracurricular activities.

The house program at TMI is separated into two phases:

  • Developmental Program: 8th, 9th, and 10th graders
  • College Prep/Independent Program: 11th and 12th graders

Developmental Program

The first phase of the residential life house system at TMI is the Developmental Program for our 8th, 9th, and 10th grade students. The Developmental Program focuses on community living, social and emotional growth, life skills, and building positive habits and routines. Once students are promoted to the 10th grade, they remain in the Developmental Program, but begin the process of transitioning into our second phase: the College Prep/Independent program.

College Prep/Independent Program

The College Prep/Independent Program is for our 11th and 12th grade students. This program follows the same schedule as the Developmental Program, but allows our students to have more flexibility and choices in how they manage and navigate their time. The purpose of this program is to allow students to succeed and fail in a controlled environment so that they can learn how their choices and actions impact their day/lives in both a positive and/or negative manner. This allows them to learn how to successfully balance and prioritize their time effectively so they are prepared for the independence and responsibilities that comes with a college setting.

House Parents

List of 9 members.

  • Photo of Todd Davis

    Mr. Todd Davis 

    Director of Residential Life
  • Photo of Troy Griffith

    Mr. Troy Griffith 

    Mathematics Teacher
  • Photo of Patrick Brawley

    Mr. Patrick Brawley 

    Assistant Head of Upper School - Student Life
  • Mrs. Christina Davis 

  • Photo of Taylor Griffith

    Mrs. Taylor Griffith 

  • Photo of Kristi Brawley

    Kristi Brawley 

  • Photo of Danielle Sandoval Cornish

    SFC Danielle Sandoval Cornish 

  • Mrs. Rebekah Sandoval 

  • Photo of Stacy Smith

    Ms. Stacy Smith 

    Health Care Coordinator
MISSION: TMI provides an exceptional education with values based on the teachings of Jesus Christ that challenge motivated students to develop their full potential in service and leadership.

TMI Episcopal admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, religion, and physical ability to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, religion, and physical ability in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
TMI Episcopal
20955 W. Tejas Trail
San Antonio TX 78257
phone (210) 698-7171
fax (210) 698-0715