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January 30, 2020
Monarchs & Murder in the Cathedral
          It's 1170 in Ms. Leger's 8th grade Western Civilization class, and our Monarchs are encountering the murder of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury. Having engaged in conflict with the king, Becket is murdered in his own Cathedral, and canonized shortly after his death. Our Monarchs are seen here preparing to perform a dramatic reading of an adaptation of T.S. Eliot's famous account of this piece of history, Murder in the Cathedral. In the absence of a Cathedral on campus, our Monarchs creatively staged the playground for their retelling, complete with swords and shields. Suffice it to say, there's never a dull moment at Magnolia, and one must always keep a watch out for trouble!
Welcoming the Newest Member of the Magnolia Family

Monarch big sisters Celeste and Stefania welcomed the newest future Magnolia Monarch, Miss Chiara Marie on Monday, January 25th. They couldn't be more smitten with their new sister, and we can't wait to welcome Chiara to Magnolia in just a few years. Congratulations, girls!
Camp Bluebonnet 2021

Camp Bluebonnet is a one-week leadership summer camp that seeks to motivate and challenge the participants to be young women with ideals of solidarity, leadership, and service. Inspired by the Christian understanding of the dignity of each person, the camp teaches the virtues needed to become a positive influence on family, friends, and society. This year, Camp Bluebonnet is celebrating its 30th anniversary of having accompanied many parents in educating their daughters in virtue in a wholesome and fun environment. 

Camp 2021 will be held Sunday July 4th-Saturday July 10th for incoming 5th-8th graders. In addition we will have one day for incoming 9th graders from July 9th-10th.

To register and for more information please go to

News from the Admissions Office

Applications are now open for the 2021-2022 Academic Year for all grades, 2-8!

Please visit our website,, for all upcoming deadlines and additional information regarding the admissions process.

We look forward to meeting you soon!

Tabitha Koby, Admissions, 281-786-4000
Monarch Families Corner

Friday, February 5th: 2:10 p.m. dismissal (usual Friday time)

Tuesday, February 2nd: Women's Evening of Recollection, 7-9 p.m.
Art Niche

Cart with Red and White Ox
Vincent van Gogh, 1884

On January 28th, the Church celebrates St. Thomas Aquinas, whose nickname was "the dumb ox," because of his quiet nature and mannerisms. Far from dumb, Aquinas is now known as the "Angelic Doctor," and has secured his place in history among the finest Catholic theologians and philosophers.
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