TMI Episcopal sophomore Jackson “Jack” Basil was selected as one of 15 Texas delegates to attend the Texas Youth Education Summit (YES), held Feb. 28-March 3 in Austin. The event teaches high-school students more about their state governments and the roles their generation of voters will play.
Robotics Team 6221 from TMI Episcopal and their robot Pantherbots Alpha qualified to advance to FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) state competition after competing at the FTC Regional Championship, held March 2 at Canyon High School in New Braunfels. Sixty-six schools were represented from Austin, Corpus Christi, Houston, San Antonio and surrounding areas, including teams sponsored by NASA and Toyota.
Two TMI Episcopal students participated in the regional VASE (Visual Arts Scholastic Event), held Feb. 23 and John Paul Stevens High School, a juried art show for high-school students sponsored by the Texas Art Education Association.
On Saturday, February 23, 2019, 20 middle school students and 11 upper school students were accompanied by Latin teachers, Claudia Clark and Alleyne Rogers, along with parent volunteer, Kristin Jackson, as they attended the 2019 Texas State Junior Classical League (TSJCL) Area B Convention at Clark High School.
TMI Episcopal junior Delaney Martin won the Taft Classic Golf Tournament on Feb. 25 at Fair Oaks Ranch Country Club. She scored an 8 under par 64 to win the tournament by over 10 strokes and birdied half of the 18 holes on the course.
The TMI Episcopal boys varsity soccer team won the 2019 TAPPS Division II Boys Winter Soccer State championship game Feb. 22 at Waco ISD Stadium in Waco. The Panthers defeated Prince of Peace Christian School of Carrolton 3-2 in an exciting game, trading goals with the Eagles.
Four TMI Episcopal freshman were inducted into the National Hispanic Institute (NIH) on Feb. 16 in the International Conference Center of the University of the Incarnate Word. Reagan Davis, Kailey Kessler, Jake Kilbride and Anaya Zachery were chosen along with about 80 other students representing 24 high schools in the San Antonio area.
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’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.
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.
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.