• Glassell Junior School
  • Glassell Junior School (Student in Cartooning class)
  • Glassell Junior School (Student in drawing and painting 2)
  • Glassell Junior School (Make Believe; Mother and Son)
  • Glassell Junior School (Girl at computer 2)
  • Glassell Junior School (Teen Drawing)
  • Glassell Junior School (Front Door)
  • Glassell Junior School (teapot)
  • Glassell Junior School (AJS)
  • Glassell Junior School (Summer 2013---owls)

The Glassell Junior School

The Glassell Junior School is an art school for young people ages 3–18, devoted to nurturing creativity and dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the arts and an awareness of the world.

Spring 2015: Important Dates
•  Monday, April 27 | Spring semester ends

Summer registration is now open!
Summer 2015: Course Catalog
Summer 2015: Printable Registration Form

► Announced plans for the Museum's campus redevelopment do not affect Junior School students at this time. Learn more about the plans' impact on the Glassell School of Art.

The Glassell School of Art receives generous funding from the Albert and Margaret Alkek Foundation / Margaret Alkek Williams; The Glassell Family; Leslie and Brad Bucher; Mr. William J. Hill; Rania and Jamal Daniel; Texas Commission on the Arts; Mr. and Mrs. John S. Orton; Barbara and Michael Gamson; Kathrine G. McGovern; Dr. and Mrs. Lee Winderman; Mrs. Jereann H. Chaney; Mr. and Mrs. B. Walter Crain III; Ms. Sara Paschall Dodd; The Meyer Levy Charitable Foundation / Jean L. Karotkin; Ms. Beth Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Jacque H. Passino; Mr. and Mrs. Shannon B. Sasser; Paul A. Van Hook; Adrienne and Tim Unger; Samuel F. Gorman; Diana and Steve Brown; Sue and Rusty Burnett; Clare Casademont and Michael Metz; Mirtha T. Casimir; Susan and David Fine; Demetre P. Grivas; Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hawkins; Kerry F. Inman and Denby Auble; Mr. and Mrs. Meredith J. Long; Mr. and Mrs. William K. Matthews III; Elisabeth and Brian McCabe; Gwen and John McCauley; Mr. and Mrs. Scott McCool; Pauline and Stephen Smith; Virginia and Daniel Steppe; Mrs. Dorothy C. Sumner; Vallette and Russell Windham; and Michele and Robert Yekovich.

General Info

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Office Hours
Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (fall & spring)
Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (summer)

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 6826
Houston, TX 77265-6826

Street Address
5100 Montrose Boulevard
Houston, Texas 77006
Map & Directions

713.639.7717 (fax)


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