Garden Oaks Montessori Magnet's Community Partners

    Adolf Hoepfl & Son Garage
    A leader in the auto repair industry; Adolf Hoepfl Garage provides School of America Leadership Camp in the summer and also provides individual copies of the US Constitution to all students on our annual Constitution Day in September.
    Bocci Engineering/ Schneider Electric
    Bocci Engineering supported GO in the implementation of the New Horizons Grant, in 2013 as we integrated Environmental Sciences on the campus.  They also supported our efforts during the MSAP grant installations of the solar panels and windmill at the pond.
    Discovery Gymnastics
    Provides scholarships to students to attend tumbling as well as food & nutrition classes for one year!
    To Educate ALL Children
    (formerly Knowledge Arts and ENVOY) 
    GOMM was awarded a $15,000 grant to implement the Envoy Non-Verbal Classroom Management System. Garden Oaks was the first public Montessori school in the USA to achieve ENVOY recognition for the program. 

    Fowler Family
    30 computers were donated for our students and families. Loaner computers were given to eligible parents.
    Laser3i Grant
    $50,000 grant collaboration with Smithsonian Institute and the University of Memphis to implement STC science curriculum
    St. Rose of Lima and KidsHope
    Peggy Wilgis of St. Rose of Lima coordinates the KidsHope mentoring program for Garden Oaks.  Trained volunteers work with students on a weekly basis to support social and emotional skills. Volunteers must pass a criminal history check.
    The SPARK School Park Program was developed in 1983. School districts agreed to open up the school playground spaces to the public after school hours as a way to increase park space in Houston, Texas
    Greater Heights Chamber of Commerce


    Greater Heights Chamber of Commerce members support our school including Members Trust Credit Union, Adolf Hoepfl Garage and Cindy Rubenstein Associates.   We are grateful for the work of Ms. Rubenstein and her Educational Committee members for the support of schools in the Greater Heights!