TMI News Room

2019

TMI Community News and Achievements

  • February

    The TMI Corps of Cadets, shown here at a pass-in-review ceremony, earned Honor Unit with Distinction status after a Feb. 4 JROTC inspection.

    TMI Corps scores top honors for 25th consecutive year

    For the 25th year in a row, TMI Episcopal’s Texas Military Institute Corps of Cadets has earned the title of Honor Unit with Distinction, the highest rating an Army JROTC unit can receive. 
  • Ally Kotopoulos, TMI Military Ball Queen 2018, congratulates Trinity Walker,  who was crowned queen of this year’s ball, held Feb. 2  in the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort.

    TMI celebrates 125th anniversary Military Ball

    The Texas Military Institute Corps of Cadets, optional military program of TMI Episcopal, honored its senior cadets at its annual Military Ball, held Feb. 2 at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort. More than 600 cadets, their dates and parents attended.
  • TMI Episcopal English teacher Kelly Janis, left, congratulates students Colby Guillory, August Schmidt and Delaney Martin, who all won  Silver Keys in the Scholastic Writing Awards.

    TMI students win Scholastic Writing Awards

    Delaney Martin, a junior at TMI Episcopal, and seniors Colby Guillory and August Schmidt all won Silver Keys in the Scholastic Writing Awards, Southwest Region-at-Large.
  • Celebrating their league win, members of TMI Episcopal’s robotics team, with Coach Travis Waddington, are Garrett Greiner, Matthew Weiss. Sam Jang, Isaiah Rettig and Jack Waters.

    TMI Robotics scores league win

    TMI Episcopal’s Robotics Team and their robot 6221, “Pantherbots Alpha,” were part of a two-team winning alliance at the Alamo Area FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) league championship held Feb. 2 at Brandeis High School.
  • January

    TMI Episcopal Military Ball Sweethearts meet the panel of Military Ball Queen judges.

    Community leaders choose TMI Military Ball queen

    A panel of judges representing women of achievement in the church, business and the nonprofit sector met Jan. 26 at TMI Episcopal to judge this year’s candidates for Military Ball Queen. Eligible students are senior female members of the school’s Corps of Cadets (JROTC); they are judged on bearing, presentation, poise, professionalism and record of activities and leadership within the Corps. 
  • TMI Episcopal senior Oluwatomike Falebita earned five 2019 San Antonio Scholastic Art Awards for her work, including one of two Gold Key awards for  this painting, “Banke.” Gold Key works are automatically entered into judging for national awards, to be announced in March.

    TMI students earn top Scholastic art awards

    Thirteen Upper School students from TMI Episcopal won a total of 25 awards in the 2019 San Antonio Scholastic Art Awards, including five top Gold Key awards and several students with multiple awards across categories.
  • TMI senior Hannah Allen, center, meets guests at Haven for Hope on Dec. 11, 2018, while  delivering winter clothes contributed to a drive she organized. Starting last July, Allen  collected 300 coats, as well as hats, gloves, scarves and mittens.

    TMI student leads coat drive for homeless

    With the help of several area businesses, TMI Episcopal senior Hannah Allen brought some seasonal warmth to homeless men, women and children visiting Haven for Hope last month.
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