3201 Boonville Rd, Bryan, TX 77802
Founded in Madisonville as Madison Academy by Mississippi educator John Hodges Allen, the school assumed its current name in 1896. After approximately 100 years of enrollment and curricular growth, the academy relocated to its 40-acre campus in Bryan in 1988. Allen evolved over the years from a boys' boarding institution to a coeducational day program. Today, a small boarding division serves international pupils only. The school's college preparatory program emphasizes the liberal arts. Computer technology, foreign language and arts classes enrich the curriculum. Allen conducts a block scheduling program in which each class convenes for an extended period every other school day. Select boys and girls in grades 10-12 may attend national conferences and workshops in government and politics. Pupils satisfy a 40-hour community service requirement prior to graduation.
|Academic Orientation||College Preparatory|
|Grade Range||Day — Coed Grades PS (Age 3)-12|
|Coed, Boys, or Girls||Coed|
|Full Address||3201 Boonville Rd, Bryan, TX 77802|
|Administrator||John P. Rouse|