This toe-tapping musical murder mystery kept the audience guessing until the very end!
It was an exciting day in the Metro Gym as five of our amazing student athletes committed to their university of choice to play college sports.
The Faculty went head-to-head with the Senior Men in a volleyball game during Family Time.
The SPC has recognized the best athletes for the fall season, with several from HC making the list. Way to go, Mustangs!
The HC Performing Arts Collective presents its annual Christmas Concert on Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. in the Pampell Family Chapel.
The ribbon cutting for the new Brown Family Dance Studio took place on Nov. 16. It was a beautiful day to celebrate this spectacular addition to our school!
Chad Williams is one of only 13 from his starting class of 173 to graduate from Navy SEAL training. His shared his journey as a SEAL and as a Christian with HC students and their honored guests at the Veterans Day assembly on Nov. 10.
Class of 2015 graduate Morgan Rucker makes her Broadway debut on Nov. 10 in Kristin Chenoweth's, "My Love Letter to Broadway."
When Mary Kate Cary spoke during Chapel, she inspired HC students to keep a sense of humor, always continue to learn, and to step outside of their comfort zones while they consider the question, "What would you do if you weren't afraid?"
Houston Christian (31-15 overall, 5-0 SPC) prepares to take on Episcopal (22-10, 4-1) with the division title on the line. The much-anticipated game is on Oct. 27 at HC.
It was a beautiful evening for music under the stars at last week's Concert on the Lawn.
Join us or watch the concert live streaming at 7:00 PM.
Rongrong DeVoe, fashion illustrator for Vogue, shared her story with students at a special "Lunch and Learn" hosted by the HC Visual Arts department.
Last week's high-scoring games will make for a battle to watch on Friday night.
Houston Christian improved to 5-1 overall and 2-1 in SPC play