Founded in 1969, Abercrombie Academy is a non-sectarian Preschool and Elementary school that offers a comprehensive academic program.  Our 4-acre campus is located in a suburban area in Northwest Houston.  Abercrombie Academy prides itself with high academic standards, highly qualified and trained teaching staff, and a small student/teacher ratio where classroom instruction is taught in self-contained classrooms. We take pride in our traditions of hands-on learning with our STEM-based curriculum, field trips, guest speakers, musical performances and extracurricular activities that set our school apart.

Abercrombie Academy’s student body is comprised of a vast range of ethnicities and races.  We embrace our diversity and have been sanctioned a “No Place for Hate ®” campus by the Anti-Defamation League. We encourage our parents to join PTO and become involved in the many opportunities that help make Abercrombie the premier private school in Northwest Houston for almost 50 years.

Our Facilities

The Pre-school and Elementary School facilities are located at the campus at 17102 Theiss Mail Road in Spring, TX. This site provides private school classes starting at three years old through fifth grade and serves the Northwest Houston area, including Champions, Klein, Gleannloch Farms, Cypress, and The Woodlands area.

The wooded three-acre Abercrombie campus includes a Preschool and two Elementary buildings, each with their own enclosed playground areas.

The Preschool is located farthest from the street and contains classrooms for three and four year old students. In addition to the office space and classrooms, the building has a multipurpose room and small library. A separate playground is provided for the younger students with age-appropriate equipment.

The Elementary students are housed in two buildings.

The Kindergarten, first and second grade student classrooms are in the main elementary building. There is a theatre style computer lab, an excellent library and a cafeteria/auditorium where students perform on stage. 

The second building, which houses the Upper Elementary students, has a science lab/art room with pottery kiln and a small gymnasium. Students make use of the outdoor pavillion and nature trail both in and out of class time. 

There is a separate playground for elementary students.