Coed | Full Boarding, 5-Day, Day, & International | Grades: 6 - 12
San Antonio, TX, USA
Mission: The mission of TMI is to provide an excellent educational community, with values based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, challenging motivated students to develop their full potential in service and leadershipT MI's curriculum engages students in academics, Fine Arts, community service, athletics, robotics, outdoor education opportunities, and extra-curricular activities to develop well-rounded students
Nihil supra mores â€œNothing above honor"
TMI Academics: http://www.tmi-sa.org/page/academicsCollege-preparatory curriculum with students matriculating to prestigious colleges, universities, and service academies.
Average Class Size: 15 Total Faculty: 61 Advanced Degrees: 45 ESL Program: Yes ADD/ADHD Support: No Learning Differences Support: No
TMI welcome students from all spiritual traditions, and celebrates our religious diversity, as we journey together and on a path of spiritual and moral growth.
Our optional Corps of Cadets has maintained a long tradition of being designated an Honor Unit with Distinction.
- Color Guard
- Rifle Team
- Saber Team
Athletics / Clubs / Activities
TMI Athletics: http://www.tmi-sa.org/page/athletics
- Cheer Leading
- Cross Country
- Track And Field
Clubs & Activities
- Cultural Club
- Fellowship Of Christian Athletes
- Interact Community Service
- International Club
- Latin Club
- Math Club
- Model Un
- Outdoor Education
- Photography Club
- Technical Theater
TMI was founded in 1893 by James S. Johnston, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas. In 1911, WTMA moved from the the Government Hill section of San Antonio to a new campus in Alamo Heights. In 1926, the upper school of San Antonio Academy and WTMA were merged, the name was changed to "Texas Military Institute." Girls have been admitted since 1972, and the military program became optional in 1974. After outgrowing two previous campuses, TMI moved to the present campus in 1989. In 2004, TMI changed its name to "TMI â€“ The Episcopal School of Texas." Today, the school educates over 470 students in grades 6-12. Our Corps of Cadets has maintained a long tradition of being designated an Honor Unit with Distinction and the five- and- seven-day residential life programs provide a home away from home for over 50 students. Illustrious alumni include Gen. Douglas MacArthur, several other general officers, members of Congress, university presidents, authors, an ambassador and many other men and women who have been successful in business, education, medicine and the arts.
General Douglas MacArthur was the school's first valedictorian of the Class of 1897.
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Latest TMI News
@nhi_news Our #NHIatSA alum are officially in chambers at the #2019CALDZ! We are so proud of our students who are officially in their elected offices! Abraham Guadiano (Jefferson HS) was elected to the Supreme Court Justice Bench. Noah Adams (Central Catholic HS), Victoria Guadiano (Jefferson HS), Ricky Juarez (St. Anthony’s HS), and Shriya Armstrong (Southwest HS), all earned seats in the Senate. Lastly, Lauren Sanchez (Brandeis HS), and Rachel Davis (TMI Episcopal) were appointed to the Governor’s Cabinet! Keep representing #SanAntonio so well! CC: National Hispanic Institute Thomas Jefferson High School (San Antonio) Central Catholic High School St. Anthony Catholic High School Southwest High School Brandies High School TMI Episcopal
New Album 05-17-2019
Timeline Photos 05-17-2019
Congratulations to sophomore Jorge Velasco (left) on being selected for a congressional internship this summer to intern in the San Antonio Office of Republican Congressman Chip Roy (TX-21). He was one of 5 selected out of 84 applicants.
Timeline Photos 03-29-2019
During his #SeniorChapelTalk, Colby Guillory spoke about his guiding forces from deep within. He shared a few humorous stories of what was clearly destined to be–from winning a bet playing rock, paper, scissors to being chosen for the Punt, Pass, and Kick contest at a football game…and losing. In a moment of clarity, he realized that everything up to this point had happened for a reason…even if the purpose was still yet unknown, “and I can only pray that for whatever moment I was put on this earth to participate in, I have the eyes to recognize it.”
New Album 03-27-2019
TMI Admissions: http://www.tmi-sa.org/page/admission
|Boarding Tuition, Room & Board:||$50,965|
|5 Day Boarding Tuition, Room & Board:||$44,900|
|Day Student Tuition:||$24,820|
|International Tuition, Room & Board:||$49,240|
|Financial Aid Offered:||No|
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