Tag: Academics

Nutty Scientists of Houston provide fun, educational science programs for children


Since opening in The Woodlands nearly 3 1/2 years ago, Nutty Scientists of Houston has brought fun and educational science programs and activities to children in the area.

Owner Victoria Lioznyanksy said The Woodlands location is one of the first franchise locations in the U.S., since the company first started in Europe. Lioznyanksy first began by bringing Nutty Scientists to local schools in the The Woodlands and surrounding area through after-school programs. The business then opened a physical location for birthday parties and camps in October. continue reading…

Students Begin 2016-2017 School Year At The Woodlands Christian Academy

TWCA first day 2016The Woodlands Christian Academy resumed classes on Wednesday, August 10th, with a record enrollment of 585 Warriors in PreK-12th grade.  The Woodlands Christian Academy is an independent, college preparatory school serving the greater Woodlands area.  For more information on Woodlands Christian visit: www.twca.net

4 tips to negotiate your way to a better financial aid package


Let’s face it: College can come with some serious sticker shock. Oftentimes, the strength of a financial aid package or scholarship offer can very well make or break a student’s decision to attend a particular school. But before ruling out a college because of its high price tag, have you considered actually asking for more money? click here for complete story

Academics:Brains beat brawn: College Station High School’s team one finished fourth in Science Bowl


The Super Bowl may be the main event this weekend, but more than 150 high school students from across Texas traded footballs for buzzers Saturday at Texas A&M for a different type of game — the Science Bowl.

Thirty-one teams from 25 high schools — including four teams representing A&M Consolidated High School and College Station High School — participated in the regional level of the 26th annual Department of Energy Office of Science’s National Science Bowl in the Blocker Building at A&M. click here for complete story