• For Parents: Identifying, Helping Teens Through Stress

    Houston Christian Counselor Carol Bartels, who is our LPC on campus, provides some guidance and useful tips on identifying stress overload and anxiety in your teen, and how to help them manage it. Read below for more information.
  • Alum Leaps to Nationals

    Congratulations to Will Vail, class of 2019, who posted a 7.26 meters in the long jump during the Southwest Baptist (Mo.) Bearcat Invite this weekend, landing him a spot at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships. His leap landed at the fourth-longest in the nation so far this season.

    This feat earned him the Sooner Athletic Field Athlete of the Week. Read the story below!
  • Division 1 Recruit Commits to NIU

    Congratulations to our D1 and D3 commits! Two Houston Christian seniors have chosen their next home base for this fall and our community couldn't be more proud! 
  • A Special Message from Head of School: COVID-19 Update

    At this time, we will maintain our current protocols through the two weeks following Spring Break or April 2. Masks, hand sanitation, social distancing, and current adjustments to scheduling will continue as is on campus until otherwise notified. Given the potential for increased COVID-19 case numbers in our community over Spring Break, we will monitor our case numbers upon return from the holidays before making further decisions. 
  • Alumni Spotlight: Making a Splash in Crimson!

    Ellie Ashby '20 wrote a call-out to her hometown of Houston, Texas, this week for her college newspaper, The Harvard Crimson. Ellie is a freshman at Harvard University majoring in Social Studies with a minor in Economics. 

    Ellie was her graduating class's salutatorian and served as student body president while she was at Houston Christian. She also participated in theatre, was elected to homecoming court, and played volleyball. She also graduated with distinction through Houston Christian's Distinguished Scholars Program.
  • Mustangs Honored by Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

    Congratulations to Jacob Romero ‘22 for his photography submission, “Personality of Emotions”, and Ella Drury ‘23 for her travel photography submission “La Longosta”. Both received Honorable Mention awards from the Scholastic Writing and Art Awards!

    Congratulations to Jane Yuan ‘21 for her Silver Key award portfolio entry (5 pieces of art)!
    Mustangs leading the way!
  • Swim Team Takes Laps to New Records!

    Congratulations to our Mustang swimmers for beating seven school records this season! Read below for a full list of our winning athletes! 

  • Alumni Spotlight: Student Illustrator Launches Career Through History Class

    Sadie Rose du Vigneaud’s illustration career began by doodling in class. A 2018 alum of Houston Christian High School, Sadie Rose took three classes while in school with social studies instructor Kevin Sivils, also an accomplished and prolific author. 

    Mr. Sivils said he was looking to illustrate his 14th fiction novel, a futuristic crime noir piece featuring a clone as the main character, when he noticed Sadie Rose doodling in class. 
    “She’s so talented,” he said. “I would recommend her.” 

  • Art Students Claim Houston Rodeo Wins!

    Congratulations to all of our Visual Art students who participated in the Annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Art competition. We are thrilled to announce that Renee Anderson '22 and Karli Kapche '24 received medals and will have their artwork, "Watch and Learn" and "Howdy Partner", auctioned. Click to read about more winners! 
  • 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! 
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