GUIDE: 15 private schools to check out in the Spring, Klein area

(Courtesy Frassati Catholic High School)
(Courtesy Frassati Catholic High School)

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Private schools around Spring and Klein offer a variety of specialized instruction, from different religious affiliations to various types of curriculum. This guide features primary and middle schools with grade levels through eighth grade and high schools with grade levels through 12th grade.

1. The Banff School (Traditional)

13726 Cutten Road, Houston

281-444-9326

www.banffschool.org


Grades: pre-K-12

Current enrollment: 156

Tuition: $4,323-$12,881 annually

2. Concordia Lutheran High School (Religion-based)

700 E. Main St., Tomball

281-351-2547

www.clhs-tx.org

Grades: ninth-12

Religious orientation: Lutheran

Current enrollment: 565

Tuition: $14,100-$15,060 annually

3. Founders Christian School (Religion-based)

24724 Aldine Westfield Road, Spring

281-602-8006

www.founderschristian.org

Grades: K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Current enrollment: 107

Tuition: $8,660-$10,235 annually

4. Frassati Catholic High School (Religion-based)

•22151 Frassati Way, Spring

832-616-3217

www.frassaticatholic.org

Grades: ninth-12

Religious orientation: Catholic

Current enrollment: 300

Tuition: $14,350 annually

5. Great Oak School (Waldorf)

715 Carrell St., Tomball

281-516-7296

www.greatoakschool.org

Grades: pre-K-eighth grade

Current enrollment: 113

Tuition: $5,000-$13,000 annually

6. The John Cooper School (Traditional)

1 John Cooper Drive, The Woodlands

281-367-0900

www.johncooper.org

Grades: pre-K-12

Current enrollment: 1,284

Tuition: $21,620-$27,960 annually

7. Legacy Preparatory Christian Academy (Religion-based)

9768 Research Forest Drive,

The Woodlands

936-337-2000

www.legacypca.org

Grades: pre-K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Current enrollment: 452

Tuition: $5,720-$10,290 annually

8. Northland Christian School (Religion-based)

4363 Sylvanfield Drive, Houston

281-440-1060

www.northlandchristian.org

Grades: pre-K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Current enrollment: 550

Tuition: $9,900-$15,900 annually

9. Providence Classical School (Religion-based)

18100 Stuebner Airline Road, Spring

281-320-0500

www.pcsclassical.org

Grades: pre-K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Current enrollment: 405

Tuition: $5,700-$12,720 annually

10. St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School (Religion-based)

7901 Bay Branch Drive, The Woodlands

281-296-0300

www.staopcs.org

Grades: pre-K-eighth grade

Religious orientation: Catholic

Current enrollment: 475

Tuition: $8,150-$8,375 annually

11. St. Edward Catholic School (Religion-based)

2601 Spring Stuebner Road, Spring

281-353-4570

www.stedwardschool.org

Grades: pre-K-eighth grade

Religious orientation: Catholic

Current enrollment: 300

Tuition: $6,985 annually

12. Trinity Klein Lutheran School (Religion-based)

18926 Klein Church Road, Spring

281-376-5810

www.trinityklein.school

Grades: one year-eighth grade

Religious orientation: Lutheran

Current enrollment: 550

Tuition: $8,850 annually

13. The Woodlands Christian Academy (Religion-based)

5800 Academy Way, The Woodlands

936-273-2555

www.twca.net

Grades: pre-K-12

Religious orientation: Christian

Current enrollment: 699

Tuition: $14,900-$24,800 annually

14. The Woodlands Prep International School (Traditional)

27440 Kuykendahl Road, Tomball

281-516-0600

www.woodlandsprep.org

Grades: pre-K-12

Current enrollment: 200

Tuition: $19,000-$27,000 annually

15. The Woods Private School (Traditional)

15002 Lakewood Forest Drive, Houston

281-370-8576

www.thewoodsprivateschool.com

Grades: 18 months-fifth grade

Current enrollment: 300

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By Hannah Zedaker

Born and raised in Cypress, Texas, Hannah Zedaker graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in mass communication and a minor in political science. She began as an intern with Community Impact Newspaper in 2015 and was hired upon graduation as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in May 2016. In January 2019, she was promoted to serve as the editor of the Spring/Klein edition where she covers Spring ISD and Harris County Commissioners Court, in addition to business, development and transportation news.


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