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Educational Resources in Montrose

Educational Resources in Montrose

Starting from pre-elementary-aged children all the way to college students, Montrose is not only a vibrant community for art lovers and museum aficionados but also for aspiring students—both young and old. Here we will discuss educational opportunities available both to your children and yourself in the Houston neighborhood of Montrose, including Montrose schools.

Avalon Academy was established in 1987 and is dedicated to developing the academic and interpersonal skills of children aged six weeks to five years. Individualized learning styles, family centered celebrations and ager appropriate physical play are the hallmarks of child experiences at Avalon Academy. Located in the heart of Montrose, if you have young children then Avalon Academy may be just what your family needs.

For something more off-beat and less traditional, the Glassell Junior School offered by the Museum of Fine Arts Houston is devoted to young people who want to build their creative skills. An appreciation for the arts and an awareness of the world around them is at the center of what the Glassell Junior School does day in and day out. There are classes and workshops that are offered year-round. Children aged three to eighteen can attend classes through this school.

Finally, there are many four-year colleges and universities in and around Montrose. Starting with the University of St. Thomas which is in Montrose. Close by are Rice University and the University of Houston. Texas Southern University is another four-year university that is a short drive from Montrose. However, Houston Community College and Lone Star College both offer two year associate degrees as well as vocationally focused programs.

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