Parents Resources:

Family Help Main Phone Numbers

Police Report: 713-884-3131
Fiscal Office: (Restraining Order) 713-274-0221
AVDA (Counseling Services For Domestic Violence) 713-224-9911
Women’s Center: 713-528-2121
Casa de Inmigrates Juan Diego: 713-869-7376
City of Houston Family Help: 713-308-1100








1st & 2nd Grade
Kimberly Day
Daniela Estaba
Maria Castano

3rd – 5th Grade
Carolina Hernandez
Diego Restrepo
Maria Cepeda
Natalia Rivas

6th & 7th Grade
Sonia Salgado
Vanessa Maldonado

8th Grade
Pari Nazerian


The uppermost mature stage of evolution requires that human beings not just welcome cultural difference but that purposefully seek and learn from such differences. Encouraging diverse thinking creates a new, richer, open minded, and therefore more competent individual. This new person is capable of further understanding, develops into a better link of the interlinked global society web in more effective ways, and therefore, is able to provide contribution for the betterment of the surrounding environment. That is perhaps the highest meaning of life. Those who do not understand the value of this adaptation and respect to a universal culture, remain forever in the constricts of their own and limited world, never learning, thus never evolving.

The DRAW Academy admits and provides services to all students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. In accordance with TEC 12.111(6), DRAW Academy Charter School do not discriminate on the basis of sex, national origin, ethnicity, religion, disability, academic, artistic, or athletic ability, or the district the child would otherwise attend in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

“One hundred percent of our teachers are Highly Qualified according to the requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act”

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About Us

Diversity, Roots and Wings Academy provides all students with a personalized, supportive, and engaging school environment where they can obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to find success as individuals and as members of their communities. The focus of the curriculum will incorporate active, project-based learning, which connects learning across academic disciples and by addressing the specific academic needs of students. The daily curriculum will actively engage students in multiple language development and utilize current technology tools. The school celebrates student diversity, as an important contribution to the greater society. The collaboration with universities, corporations, businesses, and the community at large provides a transitional bridge from the academic programs of Diversity, Roots and Wings Academy and to steady employment and further education through real world application of learning.