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Houston Area Independent Schools

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Houston Area Independent Schools

The Houston Area Independent Schools (or HAIS) is a non-profit association of more than 50 private schools located in the Houston, Texas area of the United States.

Contents

  • Member schools 1
    • EE-12 1.1
    • PreK-12 1.2
    • K-12 1.3
    • PK-9 1.4
    • EE-8 1.5
    • PK-8 1.6
    • K-8 1.7
    • 4-8 1.8
    • Secondary schools 1.9
      • 6-12 1.9.1
      • 9-12 1.9.2
    • Primary schools 1.10
      • EE-5 1.10.1
      • PreK-5 1.10.2
  • External links 2

Member schools

EE-12

PreK-12

K-12

PK-9

EE-8

PK-8

K-8

4-8

Secondary schools

6-12

9-12

Primary schools

EE-5

PreK-5

  • Ascension Episcopal School (Houston)
  • Beth Yeshurun Day School (Houston)
  • The Fay School (Houston)
  • The Shlenker School (Houston)
  • Yorkshire Academy (Houston)

External links

  • http://houstonprivateschools.org/
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