A guide to Cy-Fair private schools in 2021

(Courtesy The Connection School of Houston)
(Courtesy The Connection School of Houston)

(Courtesy The Connection School of Houston)

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Private schools around Cy-Fair offer various forms of specialized instruction, including different religious affiliations and curricula. This is a noncomprehensive list of private schools in the Cy-Fair area. Note: Tuition fees are from the 2020-21 school year and are subject to change. Registration for most area schools begins in January or February.

The Banff School

Grades served: pre-K-12

Religious orientation: N/A

Extracurricular activities: performing arts, visual arts, chess, sports (basketball, volleyball, track and field), taekwondo

Current enrollment: 150

Tuition: $7,875-$15,189

13726 Cutten Road, Houston



Christ the Redeemer Catholic School

Grades served: pre-K, 3-8

Religious orientation: Catholic

Extracurricular activities: check online for latest information as these may have changed due to pandemic

Current enrollment: 349

Tuition: $7,975-$8,075

11511 Huffmeister Road, Houston



Concordia Lutheran High School

Grades served: 9-12

Religious orientation: Christian (Lutheran theology instruction)

Extracurricular activities: varsity athletic teams (football, volleyball, cross country, cheer, basketball, soccer, swim, tennis, golf, lacrosse, track, baseball, softball), band, choir, theater, one-act play, academic team, speech/debate, agriculture programs, National Honor Society, chemistry club, finance club, Messengers Praise Band, hand bells, jazz band, girls’ Bible study, Spanish club; Ultimate Frisbee, Global Embrace Missions

Current enrollment: 550

Tuition: $14,820-$15,780

700 E. Main St., Tomball



The Connection School of Houston

Grades served: K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Extracurricular activities: athletics (volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball, track and field), student council, theater, art, music, yearbook, STEM

Current enrollment: 160

Tuition: $8,250-$9,750

15815 House & Hahl Road, Cypress



Covenant Academy

Grades served: pre-K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Extracurricular activities: athletics (volleyball, basketball, track and field, cross country, swimming, golf), drum and bugle corps, choir, private music lessons, dance, honor societies, student council

Current enrollment: 140

Tuition: $8,980-$12,830

11711 Telge Road, Cypress



Cypress Christian School

Grades served: K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Extracurricular activities: athletics (cheerleading, pom squad, football, basketball, cross country, track and field, soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, swimming, golf, elementary athletic options), fine arts (drama, drum line, journalism, theater arts, audio visual production, photography, robotics)

Current enrollment: 622

Tuition: $11,850-$17,650

11123 Cypress N. Houston Road, Houston



Epiphany Lutheran School

Grades served: preschool (18 months)-8

Religious orientation: Lutheran Church Missouri Synod

Extracurricular activities: academic competitions (3-8), athletics (5-8), esports (6-8), martial arts

Tuition: $7,900 (K-8)

14423 West Road, Houston



Houston Christian High School

Grades served: 9-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Extracurricular activities: band, dance, theater, choir, drill team, cheer, cross country, field hockey, volleyball, football, basketball, soccer, swim, baseball, softball, lacrosse, track, tennis

Current enrollment: 450

Tuition: $26,400

2700 W. Sam Houston Parkway N., Houston



Kardia Christian Academy

Grades served: developing kinder-6

Religious orientation: Christian

Extracurricular activities: extracurricular programming currently on hold due to COVID-19

Current enrollment: 100

Tuition: $6,950

10555 Spring Cypress Road, Houston



Rosehill Christian School

Grades served: pre-K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Extracurricular activities: 4-H, band, baseball, basketball, cheer, choir, cross country, debate, drama, golf, football, speech, track and field, volleyball

Current enrollment: 435

Tuition: $8,550-$16,740

19830 FM 2920, Tomball



Salem Lutheran School

Grades served: early childhood-8

Religious orientation: Lutheran

Extracurricular activities: athletics for grades 5-8 (baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, soccer, track, volleyball), National Junior Honor Society, “creative and rewarding experiences on Wednesdays”

Current enrollment: 335

Tuition: $11,960

22601 Lutheran Church Road, Tomball



St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School

Grades served: pre-K-8

Religious orientation: Catholic

Extracurricular activities: sports, choir, music conservatory, chess, Abracadoodle, Mad Science, tutoring (call to inquire)

Current enrollment: 178

Tuition: $9,281.14

6646 Addicks Satsuma Road, Houston



Texas Christian School

Grades served: infants-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Extracurricular activities: sports and academic competitions and clubs

Current enrollment: 300

Tuition: $5,000-$9,000

17810 Kieth Harrow Blvd., Houston


By Danica Lloyd
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She became editor of the Cy-Fair edition in March 2020 and continues to cover education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


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