Aristoi Classical Academy

"Aristoi" is an ancient Greek word meaning "the best, noble character, and a right nature."

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Aristoi Classical Academy in Katy plans to expand with new gym, amphitheater

Aristoi Classical Academy graduated its first senior class at its 5610 Morton Road location in Katy June 2. The charter school sits on 22 acres that it is continuing to develop with plans in the works for a competitive gym, a new amphitheater and brick-and-mortar buildings instead of modular buildings it currently operates out of. The school serves families with children in kindergarten through grade 12. 281-391-5003. www.aristoiclassical.org
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Students Organize Successful Blood Drive

Aristoi Classical Academy senior Anatomy and Physiology students coordinated our first ever Aristoi Blood Drive.  On Monday, April 2, the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center collected nearly double the projected amount of blood. A dozen students signed up to donate for the first time along with parents, teachers, and administrators.

 
One in seven people will need blood at some point in their lives, but only one in 20 will donate blood. One whole blood donation can save up to three with a whole blood donation. For more information, please visit www.giveblood.org
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Aristoi Classical Academy’s Juniors Beat Texas Peers by Over 150 points on PSAT!

In October, Aristoi Classical Academy's 11th grade students joined thousands of their Texas peers in sitting for the College Board’s PSAT/NMSQT exam. The test not only serves as preparation for the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) which is required for admission by most colleges, but is also the qualifying assessment for the National Merit Scholars program. Most high schools provide for the PSAT to be taken by their college-bound students.

According to The College Board, juniors across the state scored an average of 963 out of 1600 on the test. Meanwhile, Aristoi’s juniors’ average score was 1134, over 150 points above the state average.

With the PSAT and SAT’s heavy emphasis on reasoning, language, and reading comprehension, it is not surprising that a classical education is a difference maker when it comes to this kind of assessment. From kindergarten on, Aristoi students learn grammar, memorize and recite classic speeches and poetry, and read whole books (not just excerpts). Older students study Latin, work through the history and literature of Western Civilization in the 9th through 12th grade “Humane Letters” sequence, and compose and publicly defend a Senior Thesis on a topic of their choosing.
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