Last night was our annual Middle School Fall Field night organized by Coach Wilson. Our middle school students played Capture the Flag and got a free snack and drink from the concession stand.
Campus Life & Ministry
Mrs. Dahn’s class taught their peers in the Lower School the story of Peter in prison from Acts 12.
On Monday night, our Middle School had a costume contest and watched Sky High outside of Founder’s Hall.
From the desk of Jessica Mize, ACE Director and SPARC Coordinator: First and foremost, there are not enough thank yous possible for Coach Ryle, and his staff, along with Coach Hubbard, and her staff, for orchestrating and executing the Guard Dog breakfasts this year. As a mom of an enthusiastic, head strong, outgoing 6 year […]
From the desk of Tammy Hayes, Middle School Principal: This is actually the first ever blog written in team with newly elected middle school historian, Emma Hamlin and me, your middle school principal. It is fitting that we are reporting together on this event given its theme of “we.” This past week, 104 students along with […]
Mrs. Brown’s 3rd graders lead chapel this week and played a game of Bible Jeopardy while telling the stories live.
In Lower School chapel, Mrs. Dawkins’s fourth grade class performed the story of creation from the book of Genesis.
Last week in Lower School chapel, Mrs. Ponce’s fourth grade class performed the story of The Good Samaritan from Luke 10: 25-37 before following it up with a modern-day version of the story.
From the desk of Shawn Rhoads, Director of Campus Ministry: It has been a couple of years since we have had the blessing of hosting the Parental Care Ministries Children’s choir. But our friends from Uganda more than made up for the lapse of time. Our BH kids were beyond fully engaged with this group […]
This week in Lower School chapel, Mrs. Bickerstaff’s fifth grade class acted out the story of David and Goliath from 1 Samuel 17.
The Lady Guard Volleyball team got out of the gym on Tuesday and went to the East Texas Food Bank to serve. They made one assembly line and packed bags with food and then packed them into boxes. “I’m proud of their servant hearts and willingness to serve their community,” Coach Wise said. Come out […]
Last week in Lower School chapel, Mrs. Savage’s fifth grade class acted out the story of Zacchaeus the Tax Collector from Luke 19.