Careers

Careers

Houston Christian acknowledges that the key to a successful Christian high school is its faculty and staff. 
When job openings occur we seek applicants who are professionally qualified, love high school students and who, by the pattern of their lives, are Christian role models (Luke 6:40). Each employee has ascribed verbally and in writing to the HC Statement of Faith.

Statement of Faith

To ensure the perpetuation of these basic concepts, it is resolved by the founders of the school that all those who become associated with Houston Christian as a member, trustee, officer, administrator, faculty or staff member must believe and publicly acknowledge his belief in the divine inspiration of the Bible, that God created the world out of nothing, that Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior is the pre-existent Son of God and was born of a virgin, that He died to pay the price of the sins of all people, that He was bodily resurrected from the grave, and that, by repentance and acceptance of and belief in Him, by God's grace, the individual is saved to abundant and eternal life in the presence and power of the Triune God. It is further resolved that the teachings of this school shall never deviate from the above principles.

Application Process

Please read more about each of our open positions here and scrolling to the bottom. Click on the link at the bottom of this page to complete the Professional Application. All salaries are competitive with regional private and public schools.

Please note:
 We no longer accept paper resumes. Applicants interested in an open position must email their resume and HC application to Human Resources. Additional documentation may be requested if an interview is scheduled.

While Houston Christian gives preference to members of the Christian faith, the School is committed to equal employment opportunity. We will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis [“protected class”] including, but not limited to: veteran status, uniform service member status, race, color, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, pregnancy, childbirth, or any other protected class under federal, state, or local law except those exclusions specifically provided to Religious Organizations. The School is a Religious Organization as defined by Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and accordingly reserves the right to employ persons who profess a Christian faith and have a philosophy of ministry similar to ours.

Apply

To apply, please download the Employment Application and save to your personal computer.  Open the files using Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, and fill in the required information.  Save the files using your name, attach to an email and send to Human Resources.  If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, click here for the free download. 


This Organization practices Equal Employment Opportunity.  We do not discriminate on the ground of race, color sex, age, disability, or national origin in the hiring, retention, or promotion of employees; nor in determining their rank, or the compensation or fringe benefits paid them.

School News

List of 20 news stories.

  • HC Students Place at 2021 Model UN Competition

    Senior Cameron Alemond, (left) and junior Jonathan Chen, (right), placed third and first places respectively in a recent Model UN competition where students represented different countries throughout the world. Students were evaluated on how well and accurate they portrayed a delegation of a certain country. Congrats gentlemen!

    Go Mustangs! #HCLeads #HCStangs
  • Talent Abounds for This HC Junior!

    Congratulations to Isla Ritchie who recently placed sixth overall in the Junior Female division at the International Modeling and Talent Association! The IMTA is a competition hosted by talent agencies to give exposure to burgeoning stars from around the country. 

    Isla competed in divisions such as Acting, Modeling, Cold Read, and Improv during the week-long event held in Orlando, Fl. She was represented by Neal Hamil Agency after auditioning in the fall of 2019. 

    Isla said she's always been interested in musical theatre and although the event was stressful, it was a good experience and fulfilling. 

    "I'm so glad I did it," she said. 
  • Campus Improvement Announcement

    Houston Christian always prioritizes the safety and well-being of our students, and we're excited to report that we have completed the installation of the new bipolar ionization technology throughout our entire campus! 
     
    Bipolar ionization is a technology that is integrated into the HVAC system. It's an active process that provides continuous disinfection. It uses specialized tubes that take oxygen molecules from the air - in our case, the outside air - and convert them into charged (ionized) atoms that then cluster around microparticles such as airborne pathogens, allergens, and mold. The ionized atoms effectively surround and deactivate harmful substances including the Coronavirus. 
     
    Thank you to our many donors who helped ensure our learning environment stayed as safe and healthy as possible! 
  • Polo Player Heads to Florida

    Junior Lance Stefanakis will ride his way to victory this month after being chosen to compete in the National Youth Tournament Series Championship 2020 Cecil Smith Cup in Florida. 

    Lance was one of 16 students selected nationwide by The United States Polo Association to represent one of four regions in the United States. Congratulations Lance and good luck! 
  • Junior Olympian Places in National Competition

    Congratulations to Kyle Hartman '22 who placed 18th overall, earning All-American, at the USATF Junior Olympic Cross Country National Championships!! First time a Houston Christian athlete has attended the Junior Olympics and we cheer him and all our aspiring Olympians on in their future endeavors!
  • Robotics Ranks Highest in Club History

    Congratulations to the Houston Christian robotics team, StangTech, which drove its robot straight into first place over Thanksgiving at the North Houston BEST Robotics competition. The team will compete in the North Houston Regional in the coming months. 
  • HC Senior Amani Bartlett sigh with Syracuse University to play basketball.

    Athletes Sign to Chosen Universities

    Colleges around the country will receive a new crop of stellar athletes next year as the seniors at Houston Christian prepared to advance on in the 2021-22 school year in a recent signing event. 

    Houston Christian congratulates these amazing athletes and wishes them the best in their future pursuits! 
  • Science Teacher Featured in "Edutopia"

    Houston Christian takes great pride in its high-quality, intentional teachers who work each and every day to provide the best education possible to our students regardless of the circumstances. Here's a shout out to science teacher Jon Bergmann who's quoted in the article below for his innovative ways he brought science into virtual learning! 

    https://www.edutopia.org/article/5-smart-ways-run-science-labs-when-youre-teaching-remotely
  • Snacks Teach Students Skills

    Snacks abound once again in the Athletics hallway thanks to seniors Zach Munton and Mitchell Wallace. Earlier this semester, the students decided to rent the broken vending machine from the school to make some extra spending money. After having it repaired and restocking it, the machine became popular once again. "We're already making a profit," Zach said. 
  • Junior Recognized in Virtual Art Show for Watercolor

    Congratulations to Chloe Shrader '22 whose watercolor "Pandemic Man" was selected to be in the 2020 51st Annual Members Exhibit for the Watercolor Society - Houston. To see Shrader's piece and the other exhibitions, visit https://watercolorhouston.org/AME-2020/128949470#photo 
  • Senior Emily Mallin Named National Merit Semifinalist

    Congratulations to Houston Christian Senior Emily Mallin, who was recently named a National Merit Semifinalist for the 20-21 school year! Read more about this prestigious honor here.
  • HoS Update: Upcoming Schedule

  • New DSP Director to be Published in Esteemed Journal

    Congratulations to DSP director, Dr. Patricia Droz, on the acceptance of her article, "The Five-Year Job Interview: A call for more bureaucracy on the tenure line" for publication in College Composition and Communication, a periodical of the National Council of Teachers of English!  
  • Houston Christian To Reopen Aug. 17

    We appreciate your patience as we’ve spent the last few months weighing the hundreds of factors that influence bringing students back to campus. It’s been a decision made with much deliberation and prayer, taking into account our missional role of providing Houston Christian students the highest quality education in the safest way possible. It’s this careful deliberation that gives me the confidence to announce that Houston Christian High School will begin classes on Monday, August 17, in Mode B: Hybrid Learning. 
     
  • HoS Gives Guidance on 20-21 School Year

  • A Note Before Summer from HoS

  • Announcing HC's Outstanding Students for Fine Arts, Visual Arts, and Athletics

  • 2020 Outstanding Student Awards

    Don't panic if you missed our series of 5@5! Watch the entire series of presentations here.
  • Department of Public Safety Waives VOE Requirement

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS) has temporarily waived the requirement for teen drivers to present a Verification of Enrollment (VOE) to apply for a Texas Provisional Driver's License, due to COVID-19. Please see the following from the TxDPS's webpage for teen drivers:

  • Emotions Aboard the Covid Ark

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Contact

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    Linda Peterson 

    Human Resources Manager
    (713) 547-4360