The Woodlands Methodist School

Message from the Principal

It is truly an honor to serve as the principal of The Woodlands Methodist School. My journey in education really started in 1986 where I spent 12 years as a classroom teacher before moving into school administration as an assistant principal and ending up as a high school building principal. I do not view the principal position as a job, but instead as an opportunity to lead our school and accomplish great things.

We have grown tremendously over the past four years and our dedicated staff continues to provide support for students in their spiritual growth and academic growth. We are proud to offer a challenging educational program that truly meets individual student needs. Serving as an outreach ministry for The Woodlands United Methodist Church, we continue to provide our students with sound Biblical teachings and encourage students who are developing a personal walk with Christ.

We believe it is important to be connected to the school through positive relationships, a sense of community, and participation in extracurricular opportunities; from the first day of school to the last, this message is what students will often hear.

Our staff recognizes the role they play in helping your children reach their full potential, and they do not take the responsibility lightly. We truly believe that all students can be successful, and this belief drives the work they do on a daily basis. Parent involvement too is vital to your children’s success, we ask that you continue to play an active role in their education.

I feel fortunate and blessed to be in this leadership role and welcome it every day with open arms. This year will be countless exciting events and activities planned for all of our students. Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions, concerns, and input at any time.

Proud to be an Eagle!

Tim Patton
Principal
tpatton@twumc.org

Dr. Ann Snyder
Executive Director of Generosity and Schools


P.S. We also have a preschool for toddlers through pre-K: Children of The Woodlands Methodist School.