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Events & RSVPs

Family Fun Day T-shirts and Raffle Tickets

Family Fun Day is Saturday, November 9

What's this year's theme, you ask? It's Found in Space! Check out the T-shirt design below. You're going to want to order one for everyone in the family! And get a jump on purchasing Mystery Box tickets as well by using the form below.

What is Family Fun Day? It's a FUN raiser, not a fund raiser. Tickets sales for the mystery box raffle go towards covering the cost of the event. Each class chooses a theme and fills boxes with goodies to go with that theme. The day itself is full of activities, inflatables, music, yummy food, and so much fun! We hope to see your family there.

Family Fun Day T-shirt mockup

Middle School Experience RSVP

Note: this event has moved to Tues., Nov, 5 at 7 p.m.

The Post Oak Middle School Experience is for families to learn about the program firsthand. Students will describe travel, community service, academics, and other aspects of Middle School life. All parents are invited, and Upper Elementary students are encouraged to attend with their parents.

Childcare for current Primary and Lower Elementary students is provided by contacting the front office at 713-661-6688 or

High School Experience RSVP

The Post Oak High School Experience is an opportunity for families to learn about the program firsthand. All parents are invited, and Middle School students are encouraged to attend with their parents. Tues., Oct. 22 at 5:30 p.m., 1010 Autrey St.

POPA Family Community Service

The Book Cycle is a non-profit that recycles books by putting them in the hands of anyone who wants to read. The organization sets up stands at farmers markets, low income communities, and food lines and hands out books free of charge to anyone who wants to read. They have just moved to a new location and need help shelving and categorizing thousands of books. Sign up to come for a fun morning of Community Service. Thank you!

Date: Saturday, October 26
Time: 9:00 to noon (come for as little or as long as you can)
Location: CustomSpace at 5301 Polk
Age: good for adults and kids age 5+

Let us know if you can join in!

Montessori Journey RSVP

Parents, curious about what and how your student is learning? Engage with faculty and dive into a variety of subjects in this interactive, hands-on event. Participants can sign up for one or both sessions on either the Bissonnet or Museum District Campus:

Bissonnet Campus (14 months through 6th grade):
Tuesday, October 29: Repeat—All subjects in Young Children's Community through Elementary

Museum District Campus (Middle School and High School):
Tuesday, October 29: Humanities, History, and English/Language Arts 

In the Know! Parent Coffee

Grand Friends Days Invite Request

Grand Friends Day(s) RSVP

Grandparents and special friends are invited to visit!

  • Bissonnet Campus (children 14 months through Grade 6)
    Monday, November 25 or Tuesday, November 26, 9 to 11 a.m.
  • Museum District Campus (Grades 7 through 12)
    Tuesday, November 26, 9 to 11 a.m.

Invitations will automatically be mailed to current grandparents if their address is on file. Please use the tab above to provide the mailing address of other friends and family.

For Young Children’s Community and Primary, grandparents view classroom activities through the observation windows. For Elementary, grandparents go into the classroom for the visit. For Middle School and High School students, grandparents are welcome in the common areas at the Museum District Campus to visit with students.