Your guide to 19 private schools in the Cy-Fair area

Covenant Academy

Covenant Academy

Private schools are an alternate option to public school districts for families looking for a more customized education. Many schools are enrolling students for the 2018-19 school year.

Note: Tuition fees are from the 2017-18 school year and are subject to change.


The Connection School of Houston
15815 House & Hahl Road, Cypress

Grades: K-12
Enrollment: 200
Extracurricular activities: athletics, worship band, theater, choir, art, foreign language, National Honor Society
Tuition: $7,500-$8,500 annually

Covenant Academy
11711 Telge Road, Cypress

Grades: pre-K-12
Enrollment: 140
Extracurricular activities: art, athletics, band, chess, choir, drama, dance
Tuition: $9,000-$12,000 annually

The Oaks Seventh-day Adventist Christian School
11735 Grant Road, Cypress

Grades: K-12
Enrollment: 130
Extracurricular activities: flag football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball
Tuition: $5,075-$6,500 annually


The Banff School
13726 Cutten Road, Houston

Grades: pre-K-12
Enrollment: 156
Extracurricular activities: honor societies, student council, piano classes, musical theater, mentoring program, athletics, academic competitions, art
Tuition: $4,179-$12,506 annually

Christ the Redeemer Catholic School
11511 Huffmeister Road, Houston

Grades: pre-K-8
Enrollment: 432
Extracurricular activities: student council, cheerleading, cross-country, track and field, basketball, soccer, choir, karate, piano, voice
Tuition: $7,300 annually

Clay Road Baptist School
9151 Clay Road, Houston

Grades: early childhood, pre-K-8
Enrollment: 110
Extracurricular activities: art, dance, guitar, gymnastics, piano, taekwondo
Tuition: $4,200-$12,300 (infants), $5,460-$8,940 (pre-K), $10,320-$11,760 (K-8) annually

Cypress Christian School
11123 Cypress N. Houston Road, Houston

Grades: K-12
Enrollment: 665
Extracurricular activities: athletics, academic competitions, fine arts competitions, Destination Imagination, National Art Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, Ambassador Council, drumline, mentoring clubs, speech meets, elementary math club, elementary speech club, elementary athletics, Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools, College Board AP Capstone Diploma Program
Tuition: $10,000-$16,000 annually

Epiphany Lutheran School
14423 West Road, Houston

Grades: pre-K-8
Enrollment: 114
Extracurricular activities: athletics, band, choir, dance lessons, art, Spanish
Tuition: $7,700 annually

Houston Christian High School
2700 W. Sam Houston Parkway N., Houston

Grades: 9-12
Enrollment: 495
Extracurricular activities: baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross-country, drill team, field hockey, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, band, orchestra, choir, dance, theater
Tuition: $22,560 annually

Kardia Christian Academy
10555 Spring Cypress Road, Houston

Grades: K-6
Enrollment: 40
Extracurricular activities: before- and after-school care, dance, art club
Tuition: $6,300 annually

Redd School
4820 Strack Road, Houston

Grades:  early childhood, pre-K-8
Enrollment: 90
Extracurricular activities: engineering and electronics, extended care, cooking, junior robotics, choir, destination imagination, student clubs, coding and programming, journalism, jiujitsu
Tuition: $6,500-$8,000 annually

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School
6646 Addicks Satsuma Road, Houston

Grades: pre-K-8
Enrollment: 300
Extracurricular activities: athletics, student council
Tuition: $8,928 annually

Texas Christian School
17810 Kieth Harrow Blvd., Houston

Grades: infants-12
Enrollment: 275
Extracurricular activities: student council, football, volleyball, basketball, cheerleading, tennis, track, baseball, softball, academic competitions
Tuition: $7,000-$9,000 annually


British International School of Houston
2203 N. Westgreen Blvd., Katy

Grades: pre-K-12
Enrollment: 1,059
Extracurricular activities: athletics, music, art, drama, dance, foreign language clubs
Tuition: $20,000-$25,000 annually


Concordia Lutheran High School

700 E. Main St., Tomball

Grades: 9-12
Enrollment: 565
Extracurricular activities: academic team, fine arts, chemistry club, drumline, fishing, Future Farmers of America, Interact, praise band, multimedia/videography, National Honor Society, speech and debate, student council, yearbook, Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools 6A athletics
Tuition: $13,404 (general students), $12,444 (students who are active members of certain Lutheran churches and associations) annually

Rosehill Christian School
19830 FM 2920, Tomball

Grades: pre-K-12
Enrollment: 460
Extracurricular activities:  art, athletics, choir, drama, band, 4-H program, NHS, cheerleading, dance, yearbook, debate, Young Life, Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Tuition: $5,150-$9,400 (pre-K), $11,025-$14,700 (K-12) annually

Salem Lutheran School
22601 Lutheran Church Road, Tomball

Grades: early childhood, pre-K-8
Enrollment: 600
Extracurricular activities: athletics; competitive academics; science, technology, religion, art, engineering and math activities; music lessons, dance, robotics, chess club
Tuition: $9,960 annually for one K-8 student, $8,960 per year for subsequent K-8 students, $945 per month (infants), $900 per month (toddlers), $865 per month (2 year-olds), $825 per month (preschool and pre-K), $280-$395 per month (part-time enrollment)

St. Anne Catholic School
1111 S. Cherry St., Tomball

Grades: pre-K-8
Enrollment: 360
Extracurricular activities: athletics, choir, academic team, geography bee, NJHS, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo art projects, music lessons, spelling bee
Tuition: $6,750 annually


The John Cooper School
1 John Cooper Drive, The Woodlands

Grades: pre-K-12
Enrollment:  1,232
Extracurricular activities: academics, athletics, Empty Bowls hunger relief Habitat for Humanity homebuilding projects and leadership activities
Tuition: $20,980-$25,920 annually

By Anna Lotz

Editor, Tomball | Magnolia

Anna joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio. In July 2017, she transitioned to editor. Anna covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in the Tomball and Magnolia communities. Prior to CI, Anna served as editor-in-chief of Cedars, interned with the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C., and spent time writing for the Springfield News-Sun and Xenia Daily Gazette.


Public health officials have now confirmed five deaths total over the past five days in the county. (Community Impact staff)
Harris County coronavirus count: No new deaths, 286 new cases confirmed in Harris County May 26

Public health officials have now confirmed five deaths total over the past five days in the county.

Amber Hall (left) is the area manager for the Salons at Stone Gate and The Factory Cypress. Her aunt and uncle Stephanie (right) and Gino Hernandez (middle) own both locations. (Danica Smithwick/Community Impact Newspaper)
BUSINESS FEATURE: Salons at Stone Gate, The Factory Cypress have no shortage of customers after COVID-19 closures

In a high-contact industry, hair salons are among the many types of businesses learning how to continue offering services while making their customers feel safe as they reopen in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Starting May 19, water parks will be able to open up to 25% capacity. (Kelly Schafler/Community Impact Newspaper)
Gov. Abbott issues proclamation allowing water parks to open

Starting Friday, May 29, water parks will be allowed to open but must limit guests to 25% of their normal operating capacity.

Matt Jones, chief golf professional at the Jersey Meadow Golf Course, stands on the fairway in August 2016. Jones said May 2020 is on pace to be the busiest month in the course's history since at least 2000. (Danica Smithwick/Community Impact Newspaper)
Jersey Meadow Golf Course on par for busiest month in decades

The record-setting revenue comes as officials said they are limiting the number of tee times per hour.

The Drive-In in Spring will be located next to Hurricane Harbor Splashtown at 21300 I-45 N., Houston, and is the cinema club's second Houston-area location, following The Drive-In at Sawyer Yards, which opened May 12. (Courtesy Rooftop Cinema Club)
Drive-in movie theater to debut in Spring on May 29

Outdoor movie theater company Rooftop Cinema Club will be opening The Drive-In in Spring, located near Hurricane Harbor Splashtown, on May 29.

The flute section of the Rouse High School marching band from Leander performs in this 2017 file photo. (Courtesy Leander ISD)
Texas schools may begin hosting sports workouts, band practices June 8

The University Interscholastic League released guidelines for allowing sports workouts and marching bands to practice.

Jersey Village grew by 3.5% in population from 2010-19. (Community Impact staff)
DATA: How Jersey Village, neighboring cities grew in Harris County from 2010-19

New population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show the continued growth of Harris County and its cities and towns over the past decade.

Under guidelines from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, day care centers, bars and entertainment venues—including bowling alleys and bingo parlors—were allowed to reopen a limited occupancy May 22. (Community Impact staff)
Harris County coronavirus count: Officials confirm 469 new cases over Memorial Day weekend

Under guidelines from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, day care centers, bars and entertainment venues—including bowling alleys and bingo parlors—were allowed to reopen a limited occupancy May 22.

The Jersey Village Community Swimming Pool will reopen May 30 under its regular operating hours after being closed since late March due to the coronavirus. (Staff photo)
Jersey Village to reopen city pool May 30

The Jersey Village Community Swimming Pool will reopen May 30 under its regular operating hours after being closed since late March due to the coronavirus.

Cy-Fair doctors see drop in patients, prompting concerns about medical issues going unaddressed

The drop in appointments is also causing long-term financial concerns for some doctors.

The local nonprofit has sewn and donated thousands of masks since the COVID-19 pandemic began. (Courtesy Helping Hands Ladies of Cypress)
Helping Hands Ladies of Cypress produces, distributes over 4,500 face masks

As of May 22, they had produced 4,524 washable masks complete with HEPA filters as an added safety measure.