Lake Houston's Holy Trinity Episcopal School touts $2M expansion

Included in Holy Trinity Episcopal School's $2 million expansion is the campus' new genius lab, which allows students to apply their knowledge of science, technology, engineering and math with hands-on activities and learning tools. (Courtesy Holy Trinity Episcopal School)
Included in Holy Trinity Episcopal School's $2 million expansion is the campus' new genius lab, which allows students to apply their knowledge of science, technology, engineering and math with hands-on activities and learning tools. (Courtesy Holy Trinity Episcopal School)

Included in Holy Trinity Episcopal School's $2 million expansion is the campus' new genius lab, which allows students to apply their knowledge of science, technology, engineering and math with hands-on activities and learning tools. (Courtesy Holy Trinity Episcopal School)

Holy Trinity Episcopal School officials recently announced the completion of roughly $2 million in renovations and expansions at its Lake Houston campus.

Located at 11810 Lockwood Road, Houston, the private, nonprofit academy provides a rigorous academic program for students ages 3-10 aimed at helping them prepare for higher education.

According to Head of School Troy Roddy, most of the interior and exterior of the campus has been renovated, and three new classrooms were added.

“Without building a brand-new building, it’s about as new as you can make it,” Roddy said. “It doesn’t look or feel like it did at all anymore.”

Among the new classrooms includes the school’s new genius lab, which allows students to apply their knowledge of science, technology, engineering and math with hands-on activities and learning tools.


“We have a wind tunnel, so they can do some experimentation with wind power,” Roddy said, noting the lab also includes magnetic tools and a light table. “The older kids will work on designs to use on our 3D printer.”

Additionally, Roddy said the campus’s gymnasium was renovated to include new flooring, a stage and an improved sound system. Exterior renovations to the campus included a new covered walkway, a monument sign, improved lighting in the parking lot, and a garden for students and teachers.

“The hope is to donate whatever we grow [in the garden] to a local food bank,” Roddy said.

Roddy noted an open house will be held at 6 p.m. Jan. 24 for parents interested in touring the campus.

For additional information, visit https://hteshouston.org or call 281-459-4323.