Welcome to the Young Women's College Preparatory Academy, where we are preparing young women today to be leaders of tomorrow. As principal, my goal is to ensure that each student is provided with a holistic educational experience that will equip her with the tools for becoming successful. Our students will develop academically, think critically, lead purposefully, and make healthy and responsible decisions. Rigorous academic training from our highly trained faculty, combined with effective mentorship and guidance from our school staff, will not only keep every student on the path to excellence, but also foster a learning environment where each young lady will expect the best from herself and classmates.
I am excited about my role in the Houston Independent School District's historic initiative to grow young female leaders and invite you to join us in our mission. We are embarking on a promising journey and would like to bring you along.
On May 31, YWCPA celebrated its first graduating class at the University of Houston’s Cullen Performance Hall.
Young Audiences of Houston’s celebrated their 59th year of providing arts education to the Houston area.
The Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy is part of the Young Women’s Preparatory Network, a non-profit organization that partners with public school districts to create and support all-girl schools.The schools have a foundation of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) curriculum with a focus on the pillars of leadership, college readiness, and health and wellness.
The purpose of the R.O.S.E. Camp is to create a welcoming environment that encourages and reinforces sisterhood, leadership, and academic excellence for all students while generating enthusiasm and excitement for YWCPA campus activities and traditions. In addition, students will be provided a framework for middle school and high school success through the communication of expectations, norms, and standards for the rigor and high expectations of a campus-wide advanced placement curriculum.
Students from Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy and Mickey Leland College Preparatory Academy won the National Society of Black Engineers’ inaugural National VEX Robotics Championship this past weekend in Anaheim, California.
Students from Milby HS, Westside HS, Energy Institute HS and the Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy competed at the Viva Technology™ Shell STEM Showdown hosted by the University of Houston.
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