News and Announcements


Houston Methodist West Hospital will be holding physicals at The Village School Moore Gym on May 18 from 3:00 P.M. – 6:30 P.M.. Cost of the physical will be $25; we ask checks be payable to The Village School.

Students must bring the following forms correctly completed by both student and parent: Physical Evaluation and Medical History Form, Physical Assessment Form, Houston Methodist Physical Consent Form, and the Impact Testing Form. All forms can be found on The Village Athletics website under the tab Student Resources, or click the link below.

As a reminder, students do not need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian but must have all forms correctly completed and signed by parent/guardian in order to be able to have a physical completed.


The Varsity Girls Basketball team is off to its best start in school history. The team is currently 13-3, and taking it game by game and finding areas to improve. This record and quality wins has afforded the girls a state ranking. Ranked #22 in the State for Large Private Schools (TABC). This team also had a three win trip to San Antonio, which really brought the girls close together. They followed that up by winning the Silver Division of the Houston Christian Tournament. Only a week ago, the girls won the Baytown Christian Tournament. “I’m proud of the things that this team has accomplished. Our players work hard, embrace challenges, and are an extremely tight knit group. These traits will give us an opportunity to do some special things in the second half of our season.”


The boys varsity soccer team and the girls varsity basketball team were recently featured in an article that was published by the high school sports segment of the Houston Chronicle. Both of these teams have had tremendous starts to their seasons and embrace the process it takes to being successful. Please click on the link below to read about the success of these two programs. Make sure to click “Read Full Article” towards the bottom of the page to read the article in its entirety.


The Varsity girls basketball team has had an impressive start to their season. After 10 games, the Lady Vikings are 7-3 overall. The strength of their non-conference schedule and quality wins early on has people starting to take notice in this young, growing program. After playing 3 state ranked large-private school teams in the Houston Christian Tournament last weekend, and going down to the wire against 6A public school, Katy High School, the Lady Vikings are gaining invaluable experience that will serve them well in District play. “Our schedule is designed to challenge us. All three of our losses were competitive games, against quality opponents. Those losses are also chances for us to grow as a team. Our goal in scheduling is to push our team beyond their comfort level. These experiences develop mental toughness and bring a team closer together. We want to be battle tested before we enter our District schedule.” Coach Brotherton is excited to see the growth and strong bond this team has developed early on in the year. No matter what obstacles and adversity this team faces going forward, they will be ready to work through it together.

After asking Coach Brotherton what the reason was for his team’s success, he was quick to praise the work ethic of his players. “Our success this year is directly reflected in the amount of work that our girls have put into preparing for the season. Our focus is on the process of being successful, not just the results. We believe that if we take care of the things that we can control, then we will get the results that we desire. I am very proud of this group, as they had the highest percentage of athletes in the weight room. Our players were in the gym all fall, before school, working to improve their skills. This dedication to the process is what has formed the foundation of our program. We still have a lot of things to improve, but I am excited for our players.”

Come and support your Lady Vikings for their first home game is Tuesday, November 24th at 4:30PM. The Lady Vikings will be playing another 6A public school, Morton Ranch. This promises to be an exciting matchup.

Link to large private school state rankings:



RETURNING PLAYERS: Starlyn F(1st Team All-District) / Amber P (Honorable Mention All-District) /Elien E
NEWCOMERS: Caren E, Elisa F, Liz M, Kennedy D, Nadya H, Alice O, Ana B, Melanie D
CAPTAINS: Starlyn F, Amber P, Elisa F, Elien E

The Lady Vikings basketball program is looking to build on last year’s progress, while also continuing to raise the bar. This is Coach Brotherton’s fourth year at the school, and the program has seen a growth in girls basketball participation numbers every year. The varsity team has also increased their win total in each of Coach Brotherton’s three seasons. The Lady Vikings have also taken care of business in the classroom, as they have never had a varsity player academically ineligible. For this year’s team to continue the upward trend, the Lady Vikings will need their newcomers to contribute, while their returning players lead the way.

“We have some talented newcomers, who should blend with our returning players, and this has the potential to be a special season for our program. Last year, we barely missed the TAPPS 4A State Tournament. While we will miss our graduated seniors, as they laid the foundation for our program, we also owe it to them to continue the improvement of our program. Success within our program is not about the end result. It is about trusting the process of getting better. This group has embraced that process, as they held the highest percentage of athletes in the weight room and also attended morning workouts before school in the fall. Despite having eight new faces to the team, this group is very tight knit, which is another reason that we are expecting great things. As long as we continue to trust the process and put the team first, we have a chance to accomplish some special things.”