On Wednesday, November 2, the TMI Stock Market Club competed and won in the First Annual St. Mary’s Hall Finance Fest Stock Pitch Contest. Krish Puri ’24, Thomas Skelly ’25, Aiden Zhang ’26, and Henry Burgos ’26 gave the winning presentation to a team of judges from the financial industry. Congratulations! Continue reading TMI Stock Market Club Won First Place
Last Thursday, July 8, the TMI Film & Analysis Club hosted a premiere of their film, Tango, at the Santikos Palladium. The short film, produced and edited by the members of the Film & Analysis Club, is a war drama … Continue reading Film & Analysis Club premieres their movie, Tango
3/3/21–The TMI Spanish Club thanks everyone who came out today on Wednesday, March 3, to help write personalized cards of encouragement to immigrants who are still waiting; the club received a presentation from the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas Immigration Ministries last semester and the students loved the suggestion during the meeting to write encouraging cards. Wax seals gave the letters a special touch in making each message personal. Continue reading Spanish Club writes letters of encouragement
TMI Episcopal students collected school supplies to donate to the Battered Women’s and Children’s Center in San Antonio. The drive was organized by students in the school’s Interact Club, a Rotary-sponsored youth community-service organization, partnering with the school’s Health Center … Continue reading TMI collects school supplies for shelter residents
Robotics Team 6221 from TMI Episcopal and their robot Pantherbots Alpha qualified to advance to FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) state competition after competing at the FTC Regional Championship, held March 2 at Canyon High School in New Braunfels. Sixty-six schools … Continue reading TMI Robotics advances to state
TMI’s Pink Panthers robotics team won a first-place award at the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Alamo Regional Qualifier, held Jan. 23 at Lutheran High School. A robotics team from TMI –The Episcopal School of Texas won a first-place award at the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Alamo Regional Qualifier, held Jan. 23 at Lutheran High School. Competing against 21 other schools, TMI’s Pink Panthers team won the Champions Award for excellence in robot design, core values and research. They also qualified for the next round at the Alamo Regional Championship, to be held March 12 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention … Continue reading TMI Robotics wins first-place award
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