Briarwood School

Last Name
Briarwood School
About Us
The Briarwood School is an independent, non-profit, co-educational day school for children with learning differences. Especially designed for children in grades K-12, the individualized educational process at Briarwood is comprehensive. We educate the mind, cultivate the spirit, and strive to enhance self-esteem through academic, physical, emotional, and social growth.
  • Average student enrollment: 300
  • Maximum class size: 10
  • Highly skilled teachers who are trained to focus on the academic, physical, emotional and social growth of each student
  • Utilize evidence-based methods and materials to match the child’s learning style
  • On-site certified Speech and Language Pathologists


Lower School:

  • KCC Club - Kindness, Compassion & Courage Club
  • Mustang Choir (4th-6th)
  • Spring track (6th)

Middle Upper:

  • Athletics: cross country, flag football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, golf, track, and tennis
  • Drama Department
  • Yearbook/Photography
  • Student Council


  • Reading/Writing program led by certified Speech & Language Pathologists
  • Open to general public
  • For incoming K-6th graders
  • When: June 4 - 25
  • Time: 8:30 - noon
  • Fee: $2,500

COLLEGES ATTENDED Texas Tech, Lone Star College, Marion Military Institute, Stephen F. Austin University, Trinity University, University of Arizona, University of the Ozarks, Brigham Young University, Lamar University, Texas State Technical College, University of Houston, University of the Incarnate Word, Landmark College, Lynn University, Loyola University New Orleans, St. Edwards University, Southwestern University, University of Puget Sound, Bates College, Schreiner University, etc.  

INQUIRE - Submit an online inquiry to speak with our Admissions Office.

TOUR - Register online for one of our group tours.

APPLY – Submit an online admissions application.  

OUR PHILOSOPHY We envision a world where all children can enjoy the benefits of an education in an environment that meets their unique and collective needs and capitalizes on their strengths. Every student can learn, and every student has the right to be taught in the way he or she learns best.  

SCHOOL HOURS 7:55am to 3:00pm (students dismissed at 12 pm on Wednesdays)

01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, K
School Type
Learning Difference
Student Body


School Email
School Phone
School Fax
School (Primary) (Shared Household Address)
12207 Whittington Drive
Houston, TX
United States of America