Our Future Is Calling

In 2015, Houston Christian High School implemented the Neighborhoods to Nations Strategic Plan to be completed by 2023 – HC’s 25th anniversary. The strategic plan took into account the growth and successes of the past twenty-four years to frame the future. It recognizes not only the natural growth that should occur but also visionary changes that will allow HC to fulfill its mission uniquely and dynamically.

The Neighborhoods to Nations Strategic Plan initiatives laid out a clear plan to advance the school. Each of these initiatives required focus, planning, and investment. The focus and planning have happened, and now we need you to help accomplish the goals by the 25th anniversary. 

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Phase 1: Celebrating Our 25th Year

List of 4 items.

  • 1. Athletics

    Facilities are the current priority for Houston Christian High School athletics. As a Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) school of the highest caliber, Houston Christian offers a valuable scholar athlete experience. HC is an important part of the prestigious statewide league. Athletic events are often the first time many students and families experience the HC campus and the facilities need to represent the same high standards espoused in HC’s mission.

    Naming Opportunities*
    • $1M Name newly designed Women's Locker Suite. Includes all sports and coaches' offices. 
    • $1M Name newly designed Men's Locker Suite. Includes all sports and coaches' offices.
    • $300K Name new Football Locker Room
    • $250K Name the newly designed Athletic Administration Suite
    • $100K Name newly designed outdoor Batting Cages (SOLD!)

    *Each naming gift includes a contribution to the campaign to cover critical programmatic needs that are detailed in the strategic plan.  Click here for details.

     HC Locker Room Proposed Renderings

    Click here to view more details about the proposed locker room plans.
  • 2. Student Center Third Floor Classrooms and Patio

    Houston Christian’s Student Center was built ten years ago and added much-needed academic, library and dining facilities in the center of all activities.  At that time, the third floor was added to allow for growth and used mostly for storage. This year, it was clear that our academic programming had grown and we needed that space. Once completed, our languages will be united in this beautiful new space.  Five classrooms were added, with a TV Studio alongside a technology classroom that is used for the daily recorded announcements and daily academic programming.  

    Name classrooms, the conference room, TV studio and be a part of HC students’ everyday education. These brand-new areas expand HC’s ability to engage students and provide the technology and environment required to provide cutting-edge experiences.

    Naming Opportunities*
    • $1M  Name the Third Floor
    • $100K Name the TV Studio - an important part of students’ curriculum and daily experience with announcements and other media opportunities.
    • $75K  Name the Tech Classroom - this classroom supports innovation through technology and media, along with important daily education and publishing opportunities, like Yearbook. (e.g., honor Heidi McCurdy’s 31 years of dedication to her HC and Northwest Academy students’ education)
    • $75K  Name the Patio. The patio on the roof of the Student Center is a beautiful vantage point used by students as a peaceful and natural environment to study, pray and convene with others. It is also a wonderful stage for our drumline or Band as we welcome visitors to the Founders Circle.
    • $50K each  Name the classrooms (5 available)
    • $50K  Name the conference room. With a visual nod to our Neighborhoods to Nations, this conference room represents international travel and the languages that connect us.
    • $20K each  Name the showcases that enliven the daily academic process. (3 available)

    *Each naming gift includes a contribution to the campaign to cover critical programmatic needs that are detailed in the strategic plan.  Click here for details.
  • 3. Bush Center for Scholars and Leaders Leadership Lab and Programming

    The vision for leadership was cast in 2004 and the path by which Dr. Steve Livingston and trustee Jeff Reeter arrived at the Bush’s door in Kennebunkport was a well-thought-out plan that took into account principled leadership for generations to come. In the ten years since the George and Barbara Bush Center for Scholars and Leaders officially opened on April 16, 2012, the Center has become a distinguished centerpiece of the Houston Christian campus. It would be hard not to be inspired by the words used to describe 41: character, courage, compassion, competence, communication, calling, and culture. Our strategic plan expands and deepens the Leadership program within the George and Barbara Bush Center for Scholars and Leaders.

    Naming Opportunities*
    • $200K  Name the newly designed Leadership Lab
    • $100K  Name Seminar Room “A” - Passport to Lead  (e.g. honor Colonel Wilson’s 21 years of leadership at Houston Christian)
    • $75K  Breakout Room B
    • $30K  Name the Showcase/Bush Wall (SOLD!)
    • $25K  Name the Passport to Lead Office
    To learn about additional ways to support our Leadership program, click here.

    *Each naming gift includes a contribution to the campaign to cover critical programmatic needs that are detailed in the strategic plan. Click here for details.
  • 4. Counseling Suite

    The suite provides a pathway to our students’ futures. The counseling office provides the services that help each HC student find his or her unique path. These services require technology and confidentiality while also being inviting and comfortable. The business office manages the day-to-day critical functions that keep the school operating. 

    Naming Opportunities
      • $200K  Name the Counseling Suite
      • $200K  Name the Business Office
      • $50K Name the Conference Room (SOLD!)
      • $25K each  Name an office within the Counseling or Business suites (6 available)
      *Each naming gift includes a contribution to the campaign to cover critical programmatic needs that are detailed in the strategic plan. Click here for details.

    Mission Statement

    Houston Christian High School is a college preparatory school dedicated to the highest academic standards for the development of moral character, the enrichment of spiritual lives, and the perpetuation of growth in Christian ideals.
     

    Vision Statement

    Inspiring young people to lead: uniting faith, intellect, and gifts to reach their greatest promise.
     

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