Purpose and Affiliation of The Woodlands Methodist School
As an outreach ministry of The Woodlands United Methodist Church, we adhere to these core beliefs:
Win People to Jesus Christ | Disciple Them in Faith | Help Those in Need
To provide a joyful, Christian education through which children develop a lifelong love of learning, pursue excellence, and positively impact the world.
We believe each individual is created by God as a unique and special person with the potential to grow and learn. We employ Christian teachers who share their faith and teach about God's Word daily.
We celebrate the unique learning potential of each child. Our small class sizes enable certified teachers to meet individual, developmental needs in a safe, secure, nurturing environment.
We are both responsible to and supported by The Woodlands United Methodist Church, our Advisory Board, and the families we serve. Our school is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
We uphold high academic expectations while guiding each student to discover his or her unique talents and interests. We develop their hearts, minds and bodies to their fullest potential, pursuing joyful excellence in all we do.
We believe learning extends beyond the classroom and that a collaborative relationship with families is essential to a successful education. We maintain open communication and opportunities for involvement.
We develop individuals of integrity with a heart for serving others. We demonstrate love and respect daily in all our interactions. We guide students to be Christ-like, responsible citizens who positively impact the world.
The Woodlands Methodist School is a non-profit ministry of The Woodlands United Methodist Church. Our purpose is to reflect the highest values while providing the best of care and a quality education for children. Everyday classroom experiences are interpreted in ways consistent with the Bible and Christian values, though children of all faiths are welcome.
Classrooms are filled with hands-on learning experiences, creating a dynamic, Christian learning environment with high academic success. Low student-to-teacher ratios allow us to provide an enriching learning environment that meets the needs of each student at his or her developmental level. With two teachers assigned to each classroom and an average of 16 students per class, our students are afforded many opportunities for individualized and small group learning.
Our developmental program includes reading, writing, social studies, math and science, along with extra enrichment in Bible, art, computers, physical education and music activities.