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Houston Christian High School
2700 W Sam Houston Pkwy N
Houston, Texas 77043

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List of 23 items.

  • 1. Kempwood Entrance

  • 2. McKechnie "Mustang" Circle

    Mustang Circle is a central drop-off and pick-up location on the north side of campus. It is marked by a bronze sculpture of a mustang in the midst of a circular planting. The bronze Mustang sculpture, the centerpiece of Mustang Circle, was commissioned in 2005 and was crafted by noted Houston sculptor Ed Hankey. The Mustang stands nearly 10 feet tall. 

    The student body, faculty, and staff celebrated the unveiling of the new Mustang statue on Monday afternoon, March 5, 2007. The Mustang stands prominently on the north entrance of the campus. The statue is a gift from the HCHS parent community in recognition of the 2005 TAPPS 5A Baseball State Champions and nationally ranked high school baseball team - fourth place as reported by USA Today - as well as honoring the student body in the spirit of leadership, which the HCHS Mustang mascot represents.

    “Love is not paid back, it’s only passed on! The Founders of Houston Christian High School really believed that. When we got together to dream about sharing the love of Christ in the world of secondary education, we prayed, researched, recruited, hoped, and hustled. Was that start auspicious? Absolutely not! There were reasons for discouragement. Schedules were redrafted. Plans revised. Architects and engineers were challenged. Financing concerns were constant. Yet, the miraculous happened. The Lord provoked and provided. Today, this educational institution honors the Lord and enthusiastically emphasizes the academics, arts and athletics. Houston Christian High School is tangible proof that the love of Christ is not paid back, it is only passed on.”

    – The Rev. Dr. David G. McKechnie
  • 3. Brown Family Dance Studio

    The Brown Family saw the need for a dance studio that would allow HC students to excel in their skills.  With the professional quality dance floor, floor-to-ceiling mirrors, recording capabilities, and a sound system, HC students have access to a training facility that allows them to stand out in their field.  As a gift to the Neighborhoods to Nations campaign, the Brown Family created an extraordinary dance studio for our Spurs, dance, and theater programs. 
  • 4. Looper Hall

  • 5. Beltway 8 Entrance

  • 6. Bisagno Circle

    Bisagno Circle was named after Dr. John Bisagno, leading trustee of the founding of Houston Christian High School. It marks the main entrance of Houston Christian High School off Beltway 8 and proudly hosts our flags. 
  • 7. HC Main Entrance

  • 8. The George and Barbara Bush Center for Scholars and Leaders

    The George and Barbara Bush Center for Scholars and Leaders (BCSL) is the forum in which Houston Christian’s signature leadership and scholarship programs, Passport to Lead and Distinguished Scholars Program (DSP), operate. The BCSL opened its doors in 2011. The International Student Leadership Program (ISLP) also operates out of The Bush Center for international students. The Bush Center was established to provide resources for students to study scholarship and leadership using the legacy of the 41st president and former first lady. It is housed in its own building on the Houston Christian High School campus, with offices for a few of its staff, two classrooms, and a lecture hall. To the school’s knowledge, it is the nation’s only presidential leadership and scholarship training center for high school students in the country.
  • 9. Founders Circle and Courtyard

    Founders Circle is a tribute to some of the generous visionaries who made the building of HC possible. With a sprawling oak tree in its center, Founders Circle is surrounded by bronze representations of the founders.  
  • 10. Pampell Family Chapel

    The Pampell Family Chapel was completed in December 2005, and a special dedication was held on January 21, 2006. The chapel seats at least 600 people and is designed acoustically for choral performances and concerts. Gifted to the school from former Trustee and long-time supporter Pinky Pampell, the Pampell Family Chapel is where our students attend chapel once a week, along with any assemblies, banquets, concerts, or festivals held on campus.

    May the Holy Spirit touch the hearts of all who Enter
    Given in loving memory of Alfred E. Pampell by his wife "Pinky", daughters Susan and Sharon, and grandchildren Rachael, Rebecca, Rosa, Carson and Grayson.
  • 11. Student Center and Livingston Learning Commons

    In August of 2012, we opened a state-of-the-art Student Center which features the Livingston Learning Commons and Dining Commons. 
  • 12. Mustang Corral

    The Mustang Corral was completed in August 2005. This outdoor pavilion extends from the Gymnasium into the center courtyard and includes ceiling fans, lighting, and seating for 100 people. It is the perfect place for eating lunch and other campus events.
  • 13. Drake Performing Arts Center

    Houston Christian community paid tribute to Janet and Richard Drake at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new Drake Performing Arts Center on April 1, 2008. Student officers from the band, choir, orchestra, and drama department expressed their enthusiasm and appreciation to the Drakes for their generosity in providing the school with the performing arts center. Each area of performing arts now has its own space for practice and storage.

    Cole Kaestner '09, HCHS Orchestra Student Conductor, shared his excitement with the crowd that with orchestra practices now being held in the performing arts center, students no longer have to set up chairs and then place them back in storage in the chapel. Senior Alexandra Brown '08, Mustang Band Student Director, said the band students were thrilled that they no longer have to practice in a cramped space at the back of the school campus. Maddy Giering '08, HCHS Choir President, stated that the current choir room was filled to capacity with risers, and there was no longer room for choir students. Mike Reasor '08 expressed his joy that the drama department has a place they can call their own.

    "We are so thrilled to be a part of providing these students with a place to further develop their talents and creativity," stated Mrs.
    Drake, before cutting the ribbon to open the Drake Performing Arts Center (PAC) officially. She continued by sharing her excitement in watching the campus grow.

    Construction on the PAC began in June 2007, but was held up for two months due to rain in June and July. It was still completed on time, as planned so that the senior class could use the building before graduation. The PAC includes a 200+ seat black box theater, which allows the drama department to put on plays in theater style,
    "in-the-round," or any other configuration which best suits the production. It has six additional classrooms and a keyboard lab. The band hall includes a sink for washing instruments, the orchestra room has a wooden floor so that music will resonate better from wooden instruments, and the lockers in the choir room were built specifically the allowance better acoustics. The foyers of the PAC will showcase different art exhibits throughout the year.
  • 14. MetroNational Gym

    From pep rallies, Homecoming dances to championship-winning basketball games, Houston Christian’s MetroNational Gymnasium is alight with activity year-round, with students experiencing all that high school has to offer. 

    The MetroNational Gym was built in 2007 during the Building Excellence, Shaping Generations campaign with a generous donation from MetroNational Corporation. It houses more than 800 fans in its stadium seating and recognizes the generosity of MetroNational on the scoreboard. The spirit store and concession stand flank the entrance, so fans are never without refreshments or swag! 
  • 15. McNair Gym

    Houston Christian honored Houston Texans founders and philanthropists Janice and Bob McNair at the dedication of the new Robert and Janice McNair Gymnasium on February 11, 2008. The student body, faculty, staff, parents, and guests welcomed Mr. and Mrs. McNair with an exciting pep rally to show their appreciation for the McNair's generosity in providing the school's second gymnasium, which will greatly help in scheduling practices and games for student-athletes. The gymnasium includes a regulation basketball court, two volleyball courts, a state-of-the-art weight room and workout center, a video technology room, a football team room, and a spring-floor studio specially designed for the Mustang cheerleaders to choreograph their routines. Bob McNair challenged the students to stay physically fit throughout their lives.

    "The benefits and rewards that you will receive from your dedication and discipline as you mature and grow older will be immeasurable," stated McNair. He continued with the story of attending a reunion of retired professional dancers, many of them in their eighties, who were still agile, graceful, and full of energy because of their dedication to their profession and passion for staying physically fit. Janice McNair added, "We are pleased to share your excitement in seeing the campus grow with this new gymnasium and the soon-to-open performing arts center."

    Dr. Steve Livingston, Head of School, expressed his enthusiasm stating, "The leadership lessons our student-athletes will learn through participating in the many activities in this new gymnasium will stand throughout Houston Christian's future as an example of how great men and women can influence future generations."

    The HCHS Student Council presented Mr. and Mrs. McNair with a book of personalized thank-you letters from students and framed pictures of the athletic teams who will use the gymnasium for their sporting events. After Mrs. McNair officially cut the ribbon for the new McNair Gymnasium, visitors were treated to refreshments and the opportunity to tour the new facility.
  • 16. The Harrell Family Strength and Conditioning Center

    Whether an elite athlete or just starting out, the personal trainers at Houston Christian will be able to advance your health and athleticism in the two-story, 8,308-square-foot strength and conditioning facility given to the school by The Harrell Family Foundation in 2016 as part of the Neighborhoods to Nations campaign. 

    This state-of-the art training center provides our student athletes the support needed to discover and reach their full potential. Outfitted with more than $130,000-worth of strength and cardio equipment, four athletic teams can simultaneously train, giving our students and sports programs the time necessary to reach excellence. 
  • 17. Practice Fields

  • 18. Baseball Field*

  • 19. Mustang Field & Track

    HC’s Track and Field settings are beautifully located on the east side of campus. The football field, track, and soccer venue are surrounded by stadium seating, and the baseball field is easily accessed through Baseball USA, next door. The Victory Tennis Center, field hockey field, lacrosse field, and viewing stands were completed in 2009.
  • 20. The Brian L. Gennity Maintenance Facility

  • 21. Softball Field*

  • 22. The Victory Tennis Center and Soccer, Lacrosse and Field Hockey Field

  • 23. Shot Put and Discus Field