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Spiritual Life

Founded by six local churches of different denominations, Houston Christian High School is centered around the basic tenets of Christianity.
Houston Christian is founded under the providence of God and with the conviction that there is a need for a school in this community that will train the minds, develop moral character, and enrich the spiritual lives of all those who may come within its sphere of influence. Because of this, biblical principles are woven throughout all classes and extracurriculars, allowing students, staff, and visitors to see Christ in every aspect of life.
Houston Christian students are not required to be of the Christian faith; however, we focus on biblical literacy, discipleship, and service in order to develop servant leaders. This servant leadership is seen displayed all over campus. In spiritual life, students have the opportunity to be worship leaders, elected student chaplains, and discipleship group leaders.

Houston Christian desires to see all its students thrive in every aspect of life. We hope you will join us in transforming the world one student at a time!

Weekly Chapel Program

Weekly chapels allow students, faculty, and staff time to focus on and explore ways to live out the Christian faith. Chaplains organize chapel services by coordinating praise bands and inviting speakers of all denominations to speak to the student body. While chapel messages and lessons directly apply to living a Christian life, students can apply these messages to positively impact how they live and interact with others regardless of their faith.

Biblical Principals

Houston Christian has developed a life-calling curriculum throughout all grades in the Bible department and spiritual life ministries that equip young people with a deeper understanding of God’s purpose for their lives. Houston Christian strives to teach students how to interpret and apply the Bible through various hands-on, dynamic, interactive, and scholarly approaches. Through four required courses, one each year, students are introduced to the Old and New Testaments and principles of Christian leadership. Students also take a Christian perspectives class that explores a variety of logical, philosophical, and theological perspectives, comparing each to a biblical Christian worldview.

Service & Mission

Houston Christian encourages students to act out their faith through service. Through partnerships with local and international service organizations, Spring Spirit and Hope International, our students engage with their communities through volunteering and an annual Missions Emphasis Week.

Spiritual Guidance

Community groups provide a small group for students to connect to each other and for faculty to connect with students. They provide a structure for community and connection. Community groups, consisting of 10-12 students, are led by a member of the HC faculty/staff and serve to foster mentoring and an avenue for small group discussion on the chapel message and special assemblies. Discipleship groups (D-Groups) meet regularly to give underclassmen an opportunity to have upperclassmen mentor them in their faith journey. Students meet and fellowship through Bible study, group events, worship, and fun activities during the school year.

Upcoming Events

Speaker Bios

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  • Dawn Gibler, Elijah Rising

    Dawn Gibler serves as the Awareness Director for Elijah Rising, a nonprofit dedicated to ending sex trafficking through prayer, awareness, intervention, and restoration. She is committed to educating and engaging communities to respond to the growing crisis of human trafficking. Her passion is sharing what her years in education taught her about how kids are exposed to trafficking and why we need to be having these difficult conversations within our families and communities.
  • Lauren Paige, Freedom Church Alliance

    Lauren is the Communications Manager at the Alliance. She is responsible for spreading the message of the Freedom Church Alliance to Houston and beyond. Lauren is a graduate of The University of Texas at San Antonio and was a former inner-city school teacher. She now attends Dallas Theological Seminary, where she is majoring in Christian Counseling. Her greatest passion is being a voice for children trapped in trafficking, as well as educating people on the signs of familial trafficking.

    In her free time, she enjoys horseback riding, hanging with her community at Houston’s First Baptist Church, and enjoying God’s beautiful creation.
  • Leigh Kohler, Freedom Church Alliance

    Leigh Kohler, teacher, writer and advocate, is Co-Founder and President of Freedom Church Alliance. Her own personal journey in the fight for justice began after being heartbroken while learning about the reality of human trafficking. Leigh is a knowledgeable and passionate speaker for God’s mercy and justice.  She has spoken to numerous audiences on the issue of human trafficking and the Church’s call to bring the light of the gospel into the darkness. 

    Leigh and her husband Marc have been married 23 years and they have three children. They are both native Houstonians and they met and married at their home church, Houston’s First Baptist, where they have been serving as Life Bible Study teachers in single adult ministry for over a decade. Leigh would say that her greatest thrill in all of life has come from knowing and loving Jesus and following Him.


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    D. Poveromo 

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    Mike Skinner 


Matthew 28:19 (NIV)

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit . . .”