TMI Today | August 2022

Looking Forward to a GREAT Year As TMI begins the new school year and I settle into my new position as Associate Director of Alumni Engagement, I can't help but feel incredibly blessed. As a parent, I have been a part of the TMI community for many years and now I have the opportunity to... Continue Reading →

TMI Today | June 2021

In this issue:Class Gifts | Events | Alumni Archives | Alumni News | Class Notes | In Memoriam | Contact Feature: 'Prepared to be servant leaders' Outstanding in their field In a return to an on-campus, outdoor event, TMI Episcopal held its 123rd graduation ceremony Thursday, May 20, on the school's Howell Field — the... Continue Reading →

TMI Today | March 2021

In this issue:Upcoming Events | Alumni Spotlight | Alumni News | Summer Savings | Alumni Archives | Class Notes | In Memoriam | Keep in Touch Feature: 'New Face of TMI' When TMI went coed – and Why Pictured Above: TMI, then in Alamo Heights, first accepted girls in 1972 and went military-optional in 1974.... Continue Reading →

TMI Today | January 2021

In this issue:Alumni News | Alumni Spotlight | Events | Archives | Class Notes | In Memoriam Alumni News TMI Alumni on the Air Some Panthers are great communicators...you can hear or see them reporting the news or commenting on sports on every kind of airwave ー TV, radio or streaming. We asked our broadcasting... Continue Reading →

TMI Today | November 2020

In this issue:Welcome Home | Walker Innovation Center | College Life | Alumni Spotlight | Alumni Day | Hall of Fame | Alumni Career Panel | Class Notes | In Memoriam Welcome home! Alumni parents and faculty JJ Astacio ‘88 and his son Andrew ‘26 share a moment after school, where JJ says the values... Continue Reading →

TMI Today | September 2020

In this issue:News | Reopening Update | Clay Shoot | Alumni Innovations | Class Notes | Spirit Store | In Memoriam News Around Campus Recent alumni visits Last school year, we enjoyed visits from alumni from all over the world, including Rabbi Nathan Spector ’64, above, who traveled from Israel with his wife and family.... Continue Reading →

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