Testimonial: Brady

“Our teachers truly cared about us all and went above and beyond to make sure we were safe, happy, and challenged. They were some of the best teachers I’ve ever had.”

– Brady

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Testimonial: Amber

“While I attended TWMS, my confidence in myself grew so much, I was thriving academically, and I learned so many valuable life lessons. This amazing school turned a shy girl that only cared what everyone else was saying about her into this radiant young lady that is ready to take on the world. I can’t thank TWMS and all the teachers enough for preparing me for high school and a bright future.”

– Amber

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Testimonial: Emmy

“It’s hard to put into words how much The Woodlands Methodist School and the people in it mean to me. The impact TWMS has had on my life is something that is very special to me. Not only have I learned academic lessons, but I have learned life lessons and made lifelong friends. Every morning when I walked through the door at TWMS, I felt this overwhelming feeling of love because the teachers and staff truly care and make students their top priority. TWMS helped me build a strong Christian foundation as well as finding the silver lining in life. I would not trade my thirteen years at TWMS for anything. I don’t know who I would be if I hadn’t gone to such an extraordinary school.”

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5th Annual First Tee Golf Champions Challenge

Every year, The Woodlands Methodist School is invited to participate in the First Tee Golf Champions Challenge. Two 4th grade students are selected to participate in a fun-filled golf tournament.

The First Tee of Greater Houston is dedicated to impacting the youth through a program that builds character, instills life-enhancing values, and promotes healthy choices through the game of golf. Thank you to Emma Harrell and Adam Dunagan for their commitment and participation this year. Congratulations on a job well done! We are proud of you both!

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Big Art Day

“The purpose for Big Art Day is to raise awareness of art education and art as a creative force in our communities on a BIG statewide scale. It is an attempt by the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) to engage all art educators, their students and communities in a single day art event.”

Kindergarten through 4th grade students dedicated an entire school day and Middle School students a half day to ART!

Every inch of The Woodlands Methodist School was used for art on Texas Big Art Day!

All students rotated to participate in a variety of activities throughout the day.

Students made 3 large collaborative pieces of art.

All students in Kindergarten through 8th grade worked on two collaborative pieces,

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Article: Play Doesn’t Go On A Resume — But Maybe It Should


By Melissa Bernstein, HuffPost Contributor

The phrase “Play doesn’t go on a resume” — and the profound impact that has had on childhood — has been plaguing me since I had the honor of sitting on a panel with Dr. Peter Gray and a group of esteemed childhood development experts as we discussed the results of a new study on parents’ perspectives on play.

How different would childhood be today if child-led play were valued in the same way as organized sports, academics, and other extracurricular, adult-led activities?

Imagine a resume where under “Skills,” you might find “Ability to think outside of the box as evidenced by transformation of simple cardboard structure into any number of adventure-ready vehicles” or “Demonstrated strong negotiation tactics while collaborating with 6-year-old colleagues on the rules to Duck,

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