Within its 2019 graduating class of 115 students, Houston Christian will see another milestone celebrated on Friday, May 24. Senior Nicholas FakhriRavari will walk across the stage as the 2019th graduate since the high school's inception in 1998.
Houston Christian graduated 38 students in its first class. Since its inception, the graduating classes have more than doubled to average about 120 per class.
“This is a substantial benchmark for Houston Christian and really shows how much we have accomplished in the past two decades,” said Head of School Dr. Stephen Livingston.
The 2019 graduating class also boasts a U.S. Naval Academy admit, along with students attending Georgetown University and the University of Texas. Houston Christian provides rigorous, collegiate-style academic programs where students are challenged to discover their potential and to become difference-makers in their communities.
“I couldn’t be prouder of our students. This is just another fun, exciting way to show how our school and the students we serve are unique,” said Principal Dr. Darren Price.