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Classes and all after-school activities have been cancelled due to inclement weather on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Students, please check your email for coursework instructions. School and all activities will resume as normal on Thursday, Jan. 18, unless otherwise notified. Please use caution if choosing to use the roadways.
It's that time of year again! All Houston Christian families should receive their re-enrollment information in the mail this upcoming week. Please contact Carol LaCook at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Houston Christian High School senior Austin McDonald will play at AT&T Stadium representing the United States during the International Bowl IX.
Basketball star named Athlete of the Week by Memorial Hermann.
Congratulations to senior Kyndall Ellis on being named VYPE Private School Volleyball Player of the Year! Kyndall is committed to play for Oklahoma Baptist University next year.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of author, actress, playwright and star of The Hiding Place Jeanette Clift George, who died at age 92 on Dec. 23.
Carina Biar, junior, has been selected for the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Lowell, MA next summer.
Congratulations to Miller Kopp for committing to play basketball at Northwestern University!
Claire Karsten '16 signed as Sophomore Transfer
Tommy Tune Awards Tonight - HC Cast to Perform
Six members of the HC Orchestra were awarded 1st Division Superior ratings at their recent TPSMEA Solo/Ensemble contest. Congratulations!
Three student athletes commit to playing their sports at the next level on Spring Signing Day.
HC's annual International Day festival highlights the 22 different countries represented by students on our campus.
Jessica Jackley visited campus as part of the Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series.
Author Katharine McGee spoke to HC students on Friday, March 31, about her debut novel, "The Thousandth Floor."
Congratulations to HC Theatreworks and the cast and crew of "Curtains" for earning six Tommy Tune Awards nominations!
Nine HC students made it through the third round of judging for the Library of Congress's competitive "Letters About Literature" contest! Sophomore Corrie Hopper's entry continued on to the fourth and final round of judging, making her one of the top 14 students from Texas in this competition. Hopper's letter is competing for one of the top three spots. Way to go, Mustangs!