Apply now. Click here for information about the admissions process.
Race to Nowhere is a documentary and organization focused on improving student well-being by promoting change in our schools. Watch their interview with Head of School Stuart J. Dow here.
We recruit our faculty from nationally renowned conferences each year. Despite a high number of graduate degrees and impressive academic credentials, our faculty has a unique ability to connect with kids.
Don't miss our upcoming Theater productions, as well as our annual Evening of the Arts celebration. Check the online calendar for upcoming events.
Our learning environment is highly experiential with a great deal of educational travel spread out amongst three distinct trips throughout the year.
More than 70% of our student body participates in athletics, many of whom go on to play at the collegiate level.
The Difference Defined
The reason I had such a good time at Emery academically is because I wanted to be there - and that is what is so special about this school. At Emery, the students, teachers, and faculty work together to create this incredibly unique atmosphere. How to describe the Difference? It taught me how to be a strong individual, how to contribute to my community, and most importantly, how to begin searching for my passions in life. Though I'm in college now, I know that my experiences from Emery will provide a solid base for whatever comes next
Claire Gottsegen '13
Yale University '17
Apply Now for the 2014-15 School Year
Emery/Weiner is now accepting applications for the 2014-15 school year. Click through to find out more about the admissions process.
Race to Nowhere Interviews Head of School Stuart J. Dow
Futures of Houston: The Houston Chronicle Highlights Emery/Weiner's Innovative Elective
In the fall of 2013, Emery/Weiner was proud to offer "Futures of Houston", an elective taught by Dr. Peter Bishop, past director of Future Studies at The University of Houston.
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