We Make Your Dreams A Reality, Making The Impossible, Possible
At TSA our mottos is “if a child does not learn the way you teach, then teach the way they learn…”
The mission of Texas Serenity Academy is to provide an exemplary education for all students by creating a safe learning environment, in a way that students can learn, be challenged and feel valued, so that their success produces respect, responsibility and productive citizens of our community.
Welcome From The Superintendent
We are excited about the 2021-2022 new school year. We met the challenges that the Corona Virus COVID 19 Pandemic caused during last school year. However, our teachers continued to teach and our student’s continued to learn. True dedication and commitment! Despite our school year ending early due to the Corona Virus, we still had a successful 5th and 8th grade drive-thru graduation in our school parking lot that included safe social distancing. We remain a top-rated school district in Texas. Our students always meet the challenges of the STAAR tests. Once again, our school district successfully MET STATE STANDARD as determined by the Texas Education Agency. One of our goals is to constantly close the student achievement gaps. The future of our school district is bright as we currently operate 2 campuses in the Houston area and plan to expand over the next 5-years.
MAJOR CAMPUS RENOVATION PROJECT
We improve every year and we believe the best is yet to come. We currently have plans for a major campus renovation project for our Sweetwater campus which includes replacing the current parking lot, installing new gated fences around the entire campus, renovating the gym, adding more technology and expanding our ESL services as well as exploring a bilingual program for all grade levels. We want to make sure our children have the best learning environment possible. Thanks to each of you for sharing in the vision of Texas Serenity Academy where our motto is “if a child does not learn the way you teach, then teach the way they learn…”
Hagmon Simmons, Superintendent