Bayou Village School offers a holistic approach to academic excellence that respects the wonder of childhood, preserves children's passion for learning, allows children to develop a strong connection with nature and fosters the development of children's imagination and creativity.
We welcome you to contact us at (713) 864-2452 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a school tour to see our campus and beautiful classrooms for yourself. Depending on space we enroll children in our classes throughout the school year.
Founded in 2010, Bayou Village School is a community of parents, educators and other area members who share the goal of establishing an accredited Waldorf school in Central Houston. We currently offer an Early Childhood program for toddlers through Kindergarten and currently Elementary Grades 1-3 We are a licensed childcare facility by the State of Texas and an associate member of the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America.
As a school located in a city as international as Houston, our community is diverse and made up of families from across Texas, other cities from around the United States and countries beyond, including China, India, Australia, Mexico and England. Some of our families live nearby, while others drive into town from the outer Houston areas including Kingwood, Sugar Land and Katy. With this tapestry of backgrounds and culture, we are a vibrant community sharing different customs and traditions among families. We support each other and share common ground in our desire to raise our children in the warm, nurturing environment Bayou Village School provides.
We are located 5 minutes North of downtown Houston and 10 minutes east of the Heights neighborhood. For families who live further away, we are located conveniently off the Hardy Toll Road.
Bayou Village School, 3701 Hardy Street, Houston, TX 77009 email@example.com 713-864-2452
Bayou Village School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, disability, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, enrollment, financial aid awards, or any other school-administered programs.