Elizabeth and Peter Wareing will be honored at the Yellowstone Schools’ second annual Party in the Park on April 4, 2019 at 6:30 p.m., chaired by Devin and Ryan McCord and Laura and William Wheless. For more than fifteen years Elizabeth and Peter have been champions and advocates for the students and families at Yellowstone.
Yellowstone Schools in the News
Yellowstone College Prep’s middle school boys basketball team fought their way to a hard-earned third place ranking over the weekend at the Texas Charter School Academy and Athletic League (TCSAAL) state tournament.
Mayor Sylvester Turner and Council Member Dwight Boykins honored Yellowstone College Prep’s Chairman of the Board, Lionel Jellins, by proclaiming today as Lionel R. Jellins Day in recognition of his outstanding record of volunteer service and leadership.
Approaching anything, in the same way, expecting different results only leads to the same tired outcomes.
Only one in 10 students living in urban underprivileged neighborhoods is expected to finish college.
On Wednesday, August 15, Yellowstone College Prep will open its doors for the first time in what is a new, Texas Education Agency- approved public/private model designed to expand quality educational opportunities in Houston’s Third Ward.
In the midst of a national dialogue over struggling school finances and failing schools, Yellowstone College Prep, nearly seven years in the making, will have strong operational efficiencies and educational leadership from day one.
As nearby public schools face a difficult future, Yellowstone College Prep provides families with a safe and academically-driven option for middle school students.