Students and Alumni

Abercrombie Academy recognizes alumni for their outstanding achievements. This may include, but is not limited to; academics, sports, extracurricular activities, competitions, philanthropy, degrees earned, job promotions, etc.  Additionally, we recognize current students for demonstrated leadership, academic excellence, and good citizenship throughout their time at our school.

We encourage all alumni families to participate in this process by sharing their successes with us. You may submit photos and descriptions at any time throughout the year to info@abercrombieacademy.com. We would love to hear how you are doing! 

Tilly M.

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Tilly M. competes in the short stirrup hunter classes at A and AA USEF (United State Equestrian Federation) rated shows. She rides English, showing/competing in hunter and jumper competitions all over the U.S. Recently, Tilly was reserve champion out of 13 people, one of the youngest in her division.

Saamia K.

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Saamia K was one of 40 finalists throughout the state of Texas in the Treasures of Texas Coast Children's Art Contest. Her work was displayed at the Texas State Capital and she received a very nice certificate from the state signed by a Texas senator.

Ajibola N-Y.
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Ajibola N-Y won "Best Sportsmanship" Under 10 Red Ball Tennis Tournament at Giammalva Racquet Club.

Morgan K.

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2007 alumna Morgan K. is in college studying to become a teacher. 

Safa Z.

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Safa Z. is an Abercrombie alumna and is currently a senior at Klein High School. She is actively involved in Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) and gives our current students training on various HOSA-related activities.

Andrew S.

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Andrew S. is a Principal FX Designer in The Netherlands.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 


 


 


 

 

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

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