Admission

 

Greetings from the Admission office at Ascension Episcopal School,

We recognize that deciding a path for their child’s education is one of the greatest decisions a parent will have to make. At Ascension, we pride ourselves on fostering family and community where children feel safe, accepted and loved.  

 

We support our mission, intentionally, through developmentally appropriate practices which allows children to explore and discover daily. We treat exploration and discovery as a way of learning, enabling children to develop curiosity, confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical thinking skills. Ascension is a welcoming community with nurturing teachers and engaged parents who partner with us to support our mission, and our promising path forward toward academic excellence. 

 

We are grateful for the opportunity to be a part your child’s educational foundation. For more information about the admission process and to schedule a campus visit, please contact admissions@aeshouston.org or call 713-783-0260, ext. 201.

 

Our Process…

 
1. Visit! Schedule a tour of our campus.            

    We’re excited to meet you and your family!             

                                           

2. Apply! Complete all admission requirements.                                                               

    We will provide you with an admission checklist!       

                                                           

3. Notification! We will notify your family of our

    admission decision.

 

4. Join! Our investigation-based community, for 21st century

    Elementary education, will embrace you as a part of our

    School family.

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Nina Polk Portrait
Head of Admission
admissions@aeshouston.org

Ascension Episcopal School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, admission policies, scholarships, and other school-administered programs.