Specials

In addition to the core academic subjects, Abercrombie offers the following weekly specials that occur outside the classroom with Specials teachers;

  • Art
  • Computer
  • Music
  • Physical Education
  • Spanish
  • Library

 
Art and Music

Throughout the grades, creativity is enhanced through music and art, and all students have the opportunity to participate in performances during the year. 


Physical Education

The physical education program promotes development including flexibility, strength, endurance, sports skills, and sportsmanship. Abercrombie students take part in The President's Physical Fitness Challenge as well as in our annual School Field Day. 


Computer

The computer program stresses the use of technology as an educational tool and instruction focuses on applications such as Microsoft Office and Tux Paint taught in an age appropriate manner. 


Spanish

The Spanish program, starts in preschool and continues in the grades. Students progress from naming objects, counting, and identifying colors to conversational speech.

  
Library

Our library contains more than 7000 volumes organized using the Dewey Decimal System covering books from all categories. Students visit the library and check out books weekly. Many of the books are used in the Reading Counts program where students can take a test after reading selected books to earn points with appropriate rewards. Fun activites include Summer reading programs, Scholastic Book Fairs and themed/interactive reading sessions. 

Accreditation and Affiliations

Texas Alliance of Accredited Private Schools        We are an affiliate member of the STEM Education Coalition and our curriculum is centered around a STEM foundation, promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.   

We embrace our cultural diversity at Abercrombie, and are a proud "No Place For Hate" school through the Antii-Defamation League.     Particiation in interscholastic competition enables students to broaden their horizons. We rejoined the PSIA in 2014, and look forward to future participlation.     More than 75% of our 4th Graders have qualified for the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP).  Houston Area Independent Schools Library Network

17102 Theiss Mail Route Road
Spring, TX 77379
Fax: 281-257-2207