by: Joyce Trigger, Shady Oak Christian School Owner and Director I really love Christmas. My birthday is in December, and I remember cherishing the sights and scents, and, especially, the sounds of Christmas. As a young teenager, I thought the song, “Silver Bells”, was written just for me and the other shoppers rushing home with…
by: Joyce Trigger, Owner & Director of Shady Oak Christian School Shady Oak Christian School has been a Music Together school for several years. Music Together is an early childhood music and movement program for children from birth through age eight. Music Together classes can be found in more than 3,000 locations in over 40…
Sweet September. Of course it’s still warm in Houston, but there’s a light at the end of the hot, humid tunnel and pumpkin spice lattes are just around the corner. The start of school is a great opportunity to pause and take a look at our lives and decide what we want- for ourselves and…
Welcome To Shady Oak Christian School
Shady Oak Christian School is a child-centered program established in 1987, with Preschool, Bridge and Kindergarten classes. Shady Oak accepts children who turn 3 before December 31 through kindergarten age. We have a school year program that starts the Tuesday after Labor Day and concludes before Memorial Day. There are also a variety of summer programs that are described in detail elsewhere on this site.
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2020 Summer Registration Information will be released March 2020. Below you can find last year's information for an idea of our summer program offerings.
Fall Registration for the 2020-21 school year will be released in February 2020.
At Shady Oak Christian School, we believe that the development of children is a continuous, predictable process that is influenced by all of the events they experience, at school, at home, and in their neighborhoods, and that learning of all kinds results from an interaction between the child and his/her environment.
"We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."