John Brown Joins The Woodlands Preparatory School Advisory Board

John Brown Joins The Woodlands Preparatory School Advisory Board

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John Anthony Brown, newest member of The Woodlands Preparatory School Advisory Board, studies with his daughter, Madison, 8, in Creekside Park, The Woodlands.
John Anthony Brown, newest member of The Woodlands Preparatory School Advisory Board, studies with his daughter, Madison, 8, in Creekside Park, The Woodlands.

One of The Woodlands prestigious private educational facilities, The Woodlands Preparatory School, has invited John Anthony Brown to serve on its advisory board, according to Daniel Fernandez, Headmaster.

Brown, who is a resident of Alden Bridge in The Woodlands, accepted the invitation because “it is an honor and a privilege to help develop the youths and future leaders of our community.”

Fernandez’ invitation said, “Our goal is to develop an advisory committee that will assist in assuring that our curriculum is not only rigorous, but that it will align itself to our stakeholders. Therefore, through the committee you will not only gain exposure, but can serve as a liaison to our school. I believe that together we can do amazing things in the Woodlands.”

John Anthony Brown is currently Facilities Supervisor at Huntsman International headquarters in The Woodlands.

Coincidentally, he says, he is still a student himself. He holds an honors degree from the Art Institute of Philadelphia, but will soon complete advanced studies and graduate from BYU-Idaho. Brown has been very active in The Woodlands community since arriving here in 2010 with his wife, Bonnie, their young daughter, Madison, now 8, and stepson Ryan, 23. He serves on the Alden Bridge Village Association board where he was nominated as Volunteer-of-the-Year in 2015.
The Woodlands Preparatory School is a private, non-sectarian school for Pre-School through 12th grade. It is an International Baccalaureate World School where students can take the Primary Years Program, Middle Years Program, and the Diploma Program at the school. It is the fourth school in Texas and the only school in the Houston area to offer the IB continuum program, Fernandez explained. The campus is in a forested area just outside The Woodlands’ Creekside Park.

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