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  • We are so proud of all of our grammar students!

  • Our students love having Mr. Lee the Science Guy here doing experiments and teaching them all about Science. 

  • We are so proud of our girls' and boys' basketball teams for being District Champs!

     

  • The Sentinels finished in the top eight of 27 teams in New Doana in match play. In addition, they finished 2nd in the individual skills' competition, beating a Greenville team by one point. This position qualified them for the State Competition in Cumby. Team members: Liam Arraf, Christopher Livingston, Rayden Porter, and Micah Reese

  • Ford selected Kayleigh as the Female Player of the Month.

  • In their second tournament ever, the CHCS Logic Robotics team made it to the quarterfinals of the VEX robotics tournament in Wolfe City on Friday! This placed them in the top eight of 33 middle school teams, including Texarkana, Greenville and Denison.   Of special note, the judges selected our CHCS team to receive the “Judge’s Award” for attitude and professionalism!

    Team members are Ananiah Obholz, Bradley Grooters, Asher Porter, Anneli Reese, Peyton Russell, Joshua Livingston, Silas Roraback, and not pictured, Ethan Frank and Samantha Moreno.  The coaches are Norman Reese and Stephanie Porter.

    This ends the season for the Logic team, but we want to thank Mrs. Livingston and Mrs. Brandl for letting us use their classrooms for practice and the Sentinel Supporters for funding the startup of this team this year!

  • We loved celebrating with our senior basketball players! We are thankful for the leadership of Mary, Haidyn, Brody, Isaac, Ethan, and Abe. We are excited about all that God has for you in the future. 

  • Students in theater wrote scripts, directed, and acted out their plays within 24 hours. It's always a fun-filled, exciting time for our students.

  • We were thrilled to encourage the love of reading with our 1st Book Fair. A huge thank you to our parents, who made our school look amazing!

  • Our 3rd graders enjoyed a field trip to Sci-Port and were excited to meet some MudBugs while they were there. 

  • What a huge blessing to have some Very Important People visit our school and have lunch with us. We are so grateful we had the opportunity to share just a little bit of what makes CHCS so special with these incredible leaders in our community.

  • VOLLEYBALL (Record: 18 - 2; Regional Round)

    All District First Team:                        

    Kayleigh Khan                      

    Haidyn Bucher

    Mary White

    Emerson Dudley

    Alli Wilson

    Meredith Orr

     

    Second Team:

    Addie Roberts

    Coleigh Buckland

    Josey Cheek

    Laynie Hamberlin

     

    Honorable Mention:

    Peyton Wilson

    Savannah Striegler

    Riley Montgomery

     

    All-State

    2nd team Kayleigh Khan

    Honorable Mention: Haidyn Bucher and Mary White

     

     

     

    SOCCER (Record: 8 - 7 - 2; Regional Round)                        

    All-District                       

    First Team:                        

    Sawyer Brumit-Offense            

    Brody Moss-Midfield                

    Reid Robertson-Midfield              

    Slade Scott- Defense

    Jed Bowers- Defense

    Garrett White-Keeper

     

    Second Team:

    Bryson Webb- Midfield

     

    Honorable Mention:

    Philip Jordan- Offense

    Elle Walker- Offense

    Gerry Germanis- Defense

    Chris Livingston- Defense

     

    All State

    First Team: Offense

    Brody Moss-  Midfield

     

    Honorable Mention: Offense

    Sawyer Brumit

    Reid Robertson

    Second Team: Defense

    Slade Scott

    Garrett White- Keeper

     

    Football (Record: 8 - 3; Regional Round)

    All-District

    Offense

    1st Team

    Tight End- Ethan Moczygemba, Sr

    Offensive Lineman- Griffin Holt, So.

    Running Back- Thomas Peeler, Jr.

    Spread Back- Abe Rutherford, Sr

    Kicker- Eli Roraback, Jr

     

    Honorable Mention:

    Quarterback- Owen Holcomb, So.

     

    Defense:

    1st Team

    Defensive Lineman- Thomas Peeler, Jr

    Linebacker- Ethan Moczybemba, Sr

    Defensive Back, Abe Rutherford, Sr

    Defensive Back, Luke Stone, Jr

     

    2nd Team

    Defensive Lineman- Mays McDill, Jr

    Defensive Lineman- Slayde Hopson, Jr

    Defensive Back- Eli Roraback, Jr.

    All- State

    1st Team

    Ethan Moczygemba- Linebacker

    Abe Rutherford- Defensive Back

    Eli Roraback- Kicker

     

    2nd Team

    Ethan Moczygemba- Tight End

    Honorable Mention

    Thomas Peeler- Running Back

    Thomas Peeler - Defensive End

  • Our CHCS Community enjoyed a beautiful concert by our choirs. Thank you to Cammy Burkhalter and Beth Sheffield for leading us in worship.

  • Congratulations to our Rhetoric Robotics Team for winning the “Design Award” at the VEX robotics tournament in Carthage. This award recognized the quality of the team interview and the engineering design notebook as the best among the 26 teams competing.

    Team members are Chris Livingston, Liam Arraf (team captain), Rayden Porter, Micah Reese, Kris Dibble (not pictured).

     

  • Our Kindergarten students put on the traditional Thanksgiving play while our 1st-grade students recited Psalm 100. Our rhetoric students served our younger students with crafts and games. Our 7/8 grade students served at some assisted living centers around our community by singing hymns. And all our students collected socks and toothbrushes for local ministries around town. Seeing our community come together for this special day was a joy. We are so grateful!

  • Congratulations to senior Isaac Adams. He will be playing golf for LA Tech in the fall.

  • Our Rhetoric students competed at the TAPPS Division III, District 2 Competition in Denton, TX. Congratulations to Coleigh Buckland and Josey Cheek for being named to the All-Star Cast. Andrew Roessner and Matthew Mauldin received Honorable Mention, and Blaire Moore was named All-Star Tech Crew. We are so proud of all of our Sentinels!

  • We are so proud of our Rhetoric Soccer Team for a big win!

  • So proud of our Rhetoric Volleyball Team! 

  • Our National Honor Society students enjoyed a day of baseball while supporting the Miracle League of Longview. We are grateful for the partnership and the opportunity to help such an amazing organization.

  • We are grateful for the leadership that Abe Rutherford and Ethan Moczygemba have brought to our football program and Josey Cheek to our cheerleaders!

  • We are so grateful for the leadership that Brody Moss and Bryson Webb have brought to our soccer team! Go, Sentinels!!!

  • We love these seniors and appreciate their leadership on and off the court!

     

  • Our logic Volleyball girls competed against other schools in the area at the CSAC tournament hosted by Le Tourneau University. They came in 1st place! Congratulations to our Lady Sentinels!

  • Our Kindergarten students enjoyed Johnny Appleseed day!

  • Congratulations to Abigail Graves and Eliana Krug for being appointed to the Longview Museum of Fine Arts Student Board. We are so proud of these students!

  • We loved having our grandparents spend the morning with our Grammar school students. What a blessing it is to have them in our lives!

  • Logic Retreat was a huge success! Thank you to our seniors for leading our 6-8th grade students in worship and games.

  • Mary was chosen by the Longview Orthopedic Star Foundation as the Student of the Week and nominated as a Student-Athlete of the Year!

  • We are so proud of these students for representing CHCS on the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board.

  • Our 9-12 grade students kick off their school year with our annual Rhetoric Retreat led by the Class of 2024. What a fun time had by all. Thank you to our seniors for making it so special!

  • We loved kicking off a new school year with Meet the Teacher and our Back to School Bash. Thank you to the Village for hosting our event. It is so great to see all of our new families getting to know the community.

  • After the culmination of their study of money, our 2nd-grade students participated in Entrepreneur Day. They sold their handmade items to students all over the school. Proceeds will go to The Roots Network, a ministry in Africa. 

  • Congratulations to our Sentinel Team Team! The Boys received 3rd in the State Tournament, and the Girls came in 4th.

    Boys: Cade Brumit, Clayton Darby, Jackson Darby, Bryson Webb, Garrett White, Slade Scott

    Girls: Laynie Hamberlin, Meredith Orr, Mary White, Savannah Striegler, Margot Risner, Haidyn Bucher

    In the Singles Division, Haidyn Bucher got 3rd place. In the Doubles Division: Mary White and Meredith Orr received 3rd, and Clayton and Jackson Darby cam in 2nd.

     

  • Congratulations to our Rhetoric Boys and Girls Golf teams for winning STATE! Congratulations to Isaac Adams for placing 1st in State and Campbell Laney for placing 3rd. 

  • What a wonderful night honoring the Class of 2023!

  • Our Grammar School students presented Esther-Ordinary Faith. Our 4th grade students did an excellent job as the performers while our 1-3rd grade students were in the chorus. 

  • Congratulations to our Rhetoric Tennis Team heading to State! Haidyn Bucher won 1st in Girl's Singles and Clayton and Jackson Darby won 1st in Boy's Doubles.

  • Our 7th grade students and parents enjoyed an educational trip to Austin and San Antonio. 

  • Twenty-two CHCS rhetoric and logic choir and strings students participated in the TAPPS 2023 Vocal-Instrumental Solo & Ensemble Competition on the campus of Tarrant County College in Hurst, Texas, last Saturday, March 25. 

    Bringing home first-division/superior honors in the vocal solo category were rhetoric choir students Jed Bowers, Cade Brumit, Clayton Darby, Jackson Darby, Eliana Krug, and Blaire Moore, and logic choir students Kinsey Marshall, Katelynn Minor, Kate Mitchell, and Grace Parker. 

    Earning first-division/superior honors in the instrumental solo category were rhetoric strings students Eli Roraback and Garrett White and logic strings students Caroline Burkhalter and Joshua Livingston. 

    Sentinel musicians also experienced success in the small-ensemble category of the competition with both our rhetoric men's vocal ensemble---comprised of Jackson Darby, Cody Moczygemba, Ethan Moczygemba, Garrett White, Clayton Darby, Sawyer Brumit, Cade Brumit, Liam Arraf, and Jed Bowers---and our logic girls ensemble---comprised of Maddie Arraf, Grace Parker, Kinsey Marshall, Kat Meek, Kate Mitchell, and Katelynn Minor---receiving a first-division/superior rating . 

    In addition, our rhetoric strings ensemble---comprised of Thomas Peeler, Eli Roraback, and Garrett White--was awarded a first-division/superior rating. 
     

    We are so proud of these talented students and appreciate their fine representation of CHCS at this TAPPS state fine arts contest. Each first-division rating not only earned a medal for each of the individual participants but also awarded points toward Christian Heritage's cumulative total for the TAPPS 2022-23 1-A Henderson Cup, an honor given to the highest ranking 1-A TAPPS school in the combined areas of academics, athletics, and fine arts.
    GO SENTINELS!!!
     

  • Our first-ever academic competition with the Private School Interscholastic Competition was a rewarding experience with some notable successes.  Middle schoolers from fourteen private schools in the east-Texas district gathered in Tyler on Friday to compete in events such as Mathematics, Number Sense, Spelling, Vocabulary, On-site Drawing, and Ready Writing.  

    Katelynn Meek won 4th place in Ready Writing and 5th place in Spelling 

    Anneli Reese won 3rd place in On-site Drawing 

    Kaela  Reese won 3rd place in Vocabulary and 1st place in Spelling. 

    Top ten finishers include Jillian Russell and Caroline Burkhalter in Mathematics 

    Grace Parker in Ready Writing

    Anneli Reese and Caroline Burkhalter in Spelling

    These Sentinel scholars met after school and studied extra material in preparation for this competition, and we are proud of each one.

  • Congratulations to our Logic and Rhetoric students who received awards for their writing in the Patriot's Pen and Voice of Democracy writing contests.

    Patriot's Pen:

    1st - Caroline Burkhalter

    2nd - Kennedi Laney

    3rd - Joshua Livingston

    Voice of Democracy:

    1st - Emerson Dudley

    2nd - Josey Cheek

    3rd - Jed Bowers

    District 12 Winners:

    Patriot's Pen: 

    2nd - Caroline Burkhalter

    3rd - Kennedi Laney

    Voice of Democracy:

    2nd - Issac Adams

     

  • Congratulations to our Logic girl's Track team for placing 1st in a recent meet.

  • Our school was selected to receive a visit from Baylor Universities Dr. Pepper Hour Tour. Our students were delighted to participate in this long-standing Baylor tradition and learn more about what Baylor has to offer. 

  • Our Kindergarten students performed “Three Billy Goats Gruff" in their annual Kindergarten Operetta.

     

  • Our Grammar students are enjoying a week of science experiments and fun as we host Mr. Lee the Science Guy at CHCS.

  • Our Rhetoric students went out in the community and served all over Longview, while our Logic students served by working around the school. We get to bless others and share God's love with our community this day. 

  • Our Kindergarten students enjoyed lots of reading and rhymes as they celebrated Dr. Seuss Day!

  • Our Logic Girls Basketball team came in 2nd place in the annual CSAC tournament!

  • It was a fun day all over campus as students celebrated the 100th Day of School!

  • Our Sentinel Basketball players are District Champs!

  • Jackson recently received the honor of being named to the 2023 Texas All-State Choir!

  • Our logic and rhetoric students enjoyed building gingerbread houses and exhibits to kick off our Christmas celebrations. Merry Christmas!

  • Congratulations to:

    Cade Brumit - 1st chair, Bass II

    Jackson Darby - 2nd chair, Bass I

    Clayton Darby - 3rd chair, Bass I

     

     

     

  • CHCS has won STATE in TAPPS 6 Man- Division III. We are so proud of our Sentinels and our entire community!

  • Congratulations to our Sentinel Football Team! We are so proud of these players and coaches for all of their hard work. 

  • Congratulations to two CHCS strings students who were recently named to the TMEA (Texas Music Educators Association) 2022 All-Region Middle School and All-Region High School Orchestras. 

    Auditions were held on Saturday, October 8, at Kilgore Middle School in Kilgore, TX. Competing against area middle school and high school students from both public and private schools, the following students were named to the region orchestras:


    • Will Grooters, 6th grade -  Violin, 2022 All-Region Middle School Orchestra
    • Garrett White, freshman - Violin, 2022 All-Region High School Orchestra
     

    In addition to receiving their 2022 TMEA All-Region Orchestra letter-jacket patch, these students will perform with their respective orchestras in the Region IV All-Region Orchestra Concert on Saturday, December 3, at Tyler High School in Tyler, TX. This formal concert will feature both orchestras and is open to the public. Admission is free. We are so proud of these talented violinists for representing CHCS so well!
     

    GO SENTINEL STRINGS!!
     

  • Congratulations to five CHCS logic school choir students who were recently named to the TMEA (Texas Music Educators Association) 2022 All-Region Middle School Choir. 

    Auditions were held on Saturday, October 8, at Sulphur Springs Middle School in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Competing against approximately 250 seventh and eighth-grade students from area public and private schools, the following students were named to the Treble All-Region (girls) and Tenor-Bass All-Region (boys) Choirs:


    • Jayleigh Hopson, 7th grade - 5th chair, Soprano I Section
    • Kinsey Marshall, 8th grade - 7th chair, Soprano II Section
    • Kaitlynn Minor, 7th grade - 5th chair, Alto Section
    • Kate Mitchell, 8th grade - 4th chair, Alto Section (not pictured)
    • Rayden Porter, 8th grade - 7th chair, Bass Section
     

    In addition to receiving their 2022 TMEA All-Region Choir letter-jacket patch, these students performed in the Region IV All-Region Choir Concert held at Sulphur Springs High School on November 5. This formal concert featured both the high school and middle school region choirs and was open to the public.
     

    We are so proud of these talented students in representing our school so well!
    GO SENTINEL SINGERS!!
     

  • Congratulations to five CHCS rhetoric choir students who were recently named to the TMEA (Texas Music Educators Association) 2022 All-Region High School Choir. 

    Auditions were held on Saturday, October 15, at Sulphur Springs High School in Sulphur Springs, TX. Competing on challenging eight-part music against high school singers from area public and private schools, the following students were named to the Large School Mixed All-Region Choir:
    • Jed Bowers, freshman - 4th chair, Bass I Section
    • Cade Brumit, senior - 1st chair, Bass II Section
    • Clayton Darby, senior - 2nd chair, Bass I Section
    • Jackson Darby, senior - 1st chair, Bass I Section
    • Garrett White, freshman - 8th chair, Bass I Section
     

    In addition to receiving their 2022 TMEA All-Region Choir letter-jacket patch, these students performed in the Region IV All-Region Choir Concert held at Sulphur Springs High School on November 5. This formal concert featured both the high school and middle school region choirs and was open to the public. 
     

    We are so proud of these talented students and wish them the best as they advance to the next level of competition in the TMEA All-State Choir audition process on December 1. 
    GO SENTINEL SINGERS!!
     

  • Congratulations to our CHCS One-Act-Play (OAP) cast, crew, and director, Lydia Black, on their recent participation in the TAPPS 2022 OAP Division III State Contest held November 11 & 12, at the Cailloux Theatre in Kerrville, TX. 

    The CHCS entry, DIRT by Mandy Conner, featured a cast of 12 students---Cici Lockey, Clayton Darby, Coleigh Buckland, Matthew Mauldin, Cade Brumit, Jackson Darby, Elle Walker, Peyton Wilson, Andrew Roessner, Josey Cheek, Riley Montgomery, and Katherine Lockey---and crew of 4 students---Blaire Moore, Zachary Daniel, Sawyer Brumit, and Grace Dibble. 
     

    Receiving individual honors were the following students:
    • Jackson Darby, senior -- All-Star Cast 
    • Matthew Mauldin, sophomore -- Honorable Mention 
    • Blaire Moore, junior -- All-Star Crew
     

    We are so proud of these talented thespians! 
    GO SENTINEL THEATRE!!
     

  • Congratulations to our Sentinel Football Players for a great regular season. Now on to the playoffs! Let's Go, Sentinels!

  • Our 3rd graders visited the Sweet Shop and received a tour from our very own alum, Brackstin Moss. What a fun day!

  • Congratulations to Our Sentinels for placing 2nd at the TAPPS District One Act Play Competition. They will be advancing to State in Kerrville on November 11-12. The following students received individual honors:

    All-Star Cast:

    Clayton Darby

    Cici Lockey

    Jackson Darby

    Riley Montgomery

    Honorable Mention:

    Coleigh Buckland

    Mathew Mauldin

    All-Star Crew:

    Blaire Moore

     

  • Our 2nd Graders had an opportunity to visit Danville Farms for a day of fun!

  • A BIG thank you to the Longview Fire Department for coming to our school to talk with our Kindergarten students about Fire Safety.

     

  • Our NHS students served our Rhetoric students by making them breakfast. 

  • Our Logic and Rhetoric students gathered together for a special time of prayer.

  • Our Kindergarten students celebrated Johnny Appleseed with a special guest. They have had many apple activities. 

  • Our Logic school students had a day of fellowship, games, and discipleship provided by our Seniors. A big thank you to our seniors for organizing and leading our logic school students. Thank you to Mobberly Baptist Church for hosting us!

  • We are so grateful for all of the grandparents and special friends that came to celebrate with us. We had a wonderful time watching the Grandparent Parade and then performing for our grandparents. We are so thankful for each of you and the very special part you play in our student's lives. 

  • We are so proud to have Nathan Long, Trinity Lambert, and Boaz Dyess representing our school on the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board.

  • Rhetoric Retreat was a huge success! Thank you to the Senior Class for preparing and organizing such a special time of worship, fellowship, and fun! We are looking forward to having our Rhetoric students on campus Monday.

  • It was a joy to see all our students smiling faces and the excitement of Meeting their Teachers! It's going to be a fantastic year! We are grateful for the precious new families God has blessed our school with. Thank you to The Village for hosting a Family Fun Night!

  • Congratulations to all of our Kindergarten graduates!!!

  • Congratulations to all of our precious K4 students. It has been a blessing to watch you grow this year.

  • Thank you to all the Logic and Rhetoric students for an amazing spring concert. We have such talented students at CHCS.

  • We love watching our Kindergarten students perform. This year's Three Billy Goat's Gruff was a huge success!

  • Congratulations!

    Mr. and Ms. Sentinel Scholarships announced:

    Christina Burkhalter

    Natalie Pitts

    Thomas Carroll

    Ian Dunnahoo

    Congratulations to these seniors for outstanding leadership, character, and service in the areas of Fine Arts and Athletics.

     

  • Our 3rd grade students shared the biography projects they have been working on with their parents. They also dressed the part!

  • Our 9th - 12th grade student-athletes were honored for all of their outstanding accomplishments in sports this year. We are so proud of each and every one of them!

  • Our 2nd-grade students enjoyed a fun celebration as a culmination of all they have learned about Texas history this year!

  • We are so thankful to our senior baseball players and the leadership they have provided our team! We will miss you!

  • Congratulations to our girls for placing 1st at TAPPS State Golf. Congratulations to our boy's golf team for placing 3rd. Campbell Laney placed 4th, Aubrey Cheek placed 5th, and Isaac Adams placed 4th. Go, Sentinels!!!

  • Rhetoric Banquet was a huge success! Students danced the night away and our seniors were honored.

  • We are so proud of our seniors for completing the defense of their Thesis projects.

  • Our 3rd-grade students enjoyed reading Chronicles of Narnia and celebrating by having Tea with Mr. Tumnus.

  • Our 5th-grade students had many learning experiences at NASA.

  • Our grammar school students put on a terrific spring musical entitled - Dr. Newheart's Neck Up Check-Up. Great Job, Sentinels!

  • Congratulations to Clayton and Jackson Darby for winning the State Tennis Competition in Waco. We are so proud of their hard work and determination. Go, Sentinels!

  • Sentinel Supporters hosted a golf tournament at Wood Hollow Golf Club. Congratulations to Kyle Adams, John Rutherford, Bobo, and Coach Mauldin for taking 1st place in the first flight. Campbell Laney's team placed 1st in the second flight! Kyle Adams won the Closest to the Hole Competition, and Michael Cheek won the Putting Competition.

    Thank you to all the players, sponsors, and Sentinel Supporters!!!

  • The Village hosted our 1st annual Dodgeball Tournament. Students competed against different grade levels and teachers. It was such a fun night! We are so grateful to all the parents who hosted this event!

  • Our K4 students dressed as storybook characters and enjoyed a day full of fun!

  • Our 7th-grade students enjoyed beautiful weather on a field trip to Austin and San Antonio! We are so thankful for our teachers and parents who make these academic trips possible.

  • Congratulations to our Logic Track team for placing 1st out of 8 public and private schools. Go, Sentinels!!!

  • Our juniors and seniors had the opportunity to visit Colonial Williamsburg, Washington D.C., Gettysburg, and Mount Vernon. We are so grateful they had this amazing, educational experience.

  • We are grateful for our Logic and Rhetoric students and their hearts to serve our community! Our Rhetoric students worked on projects at the Dream Center, Highway 80, Windridge, and the Hannah House. Our Logic students served in classrooms and cleaning projects around the school.

  • Congratulations to Aubrey Cheek, Natalie Pitts, Titus Rutherford, and Jack Walker on incredible senior seasons of basketball. We are grateful for your leadership and wish you all the best!

  • Our Logic School Boys competed in the CSAC Tournament this week. They competed against different schools in the area and came away with 1st place! Our Logic School Girls competed as well and won 2nd place. We are so proud of our student-athletes! Go, Sentinels!

  • We are so excited for one of our seniors, Luke Land! He will be playing baseball for Hill College in the Fall.

  • 5th Grade Bible Memory: Ethan Frank (Silver) and Anneli Reese (Gold)
    5th Grade Oration: Jillian Russell (Gold)
    5th Grade Literary Prose: Macy McWilliams (Gold)
    5th Grade Poetry: Blake Robertson (Silver) and Gracie Scott (Gold)
     
    4th Grade Bible Memory: Ashton Boone (Gold)
    4th Grade Fables and Folklore: Natalie Mitchell (Gold)
    4th Grade Literary Prose: Carolyn Trauger (Gold)
     
    3rd Grade Poetry: Hattie Garwood (Gold)
     
    2nd Grade Bible Memory: Silas Rutherford (Silver) and Beckham Boone (Gold)
    2nd Grade Fables and Folklore: Clark Simmons (Gold)
    2nd Grade Poetry: Frankie Wright (Bronze), Thomas Hoffman (Silver), and Hannah Livingston (Gold)
     
    1st Grade Bible Memory: Vivian Mitchell (Silver) and Ben McElroy (Gold)
    1st Grade Poetry: Avonlea Swain (Gold)

     

  • Our 1st through 5th-grade students are competing in our annual Speech Meet. They memorize and recite Bible verses, poetry, or fables. We are so proud of our students and all the effort they have put into their selections. In addition, we are grateful to our judges and all those who help organize Speech Meet.

  • Theater Slam was a huge success. The students performed 3 different plays and had an awesome time.

  • Our Grammar School students had the opportunity to hear The Legend of the Candy Cane performed by our 10th grade English students.

  • So grateful to our Logic and Rhetoric Strings students for helping us get into the Christmas spirit.

  • Congratulations! Our students are advancing to state! We are very proud of our Sentinel singers for advancing to the final level of the challenging TMEA All state choir audition process, and for their diligence in earning "top chair honors" at the pre-area level.

    Christina Burkhalter - 1st Chair, Soprano

    Jackson Darby - 1st Chair, Bass 1

    Clayton Darby - 2nd Chair, Bass 1

    Cade Brumit - 3rd Chair, Bass 2

    We wish you the best at state auditions in January!

  • Congratulations to the Voice of Democracy essay winners:

    1st - Abe Rutherford

    2nd - Josey Cheek

    3rd - Savannah Striegler

    Patriot's Pen essay winners:

    1st - Tripp Scoggins

    2nd - Camryn Crossland

    3rd - Kinsley Marshall

     

  • It was a fun-filled day for our students and families as they participated in a day of programs, games, and a delicious Thanksgiving feast to end the day! CHCS also packed 116 Operation Christmas Child boxes and gathered 2,689 items for Hwy 80!

  • Congratulations to our One Act Cast and Crew for winning the TAPPS Division III State competition! We are so proud of your hard work and dedication.

    Best Actor: Thomas Carroll

    State All-Star Cast: Christina Burkhalter, Natalie Pitts, Ian Dunnahoo - Honorable Mention

    State All-Star Crew: Campbell Laney

  • Congratulations to our Rhetoric Football team for winning district and advancing to the area playoffs. Our Sentinels will be playing Friday night at 7:00 p.m. here at Republic Field.

    Congratulations to our Soccer team for placing 2nd in district, and our Volleyball team for placing 3rd in district.

  • Our 6th - 12th grade students competed in some healthy competition with a kickball and wiffle ball tournament as well as some class-building games.

  • Our grammar school students placed 2nd in the Fall Relays at St. Mary's. Our 3rd - 5th-grade students had the opportunity to compete against 4 other schools in the East Texas area. A big thank you to Coach Dorrough for working with them during their P.E. classes.

  • Congratulations to our CHCS one-act-play cast, crew, and director, Jaylen Fennell, on their recent success at the TAPPS 2021 OAP Division III, District 2 Contest held October 18 & 19, at Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, TX. Competing against five private 2-A schools, CHCS was named district runner-up and will advance to the state competition on November 10 & 11. The CHCS entry, "Scenes from These Shining Lives" by Melanie Marnich, featured a cast of 11 students---Christina Burkhalter, Thomas Carroll, Natalie Pitts, Hannah Haney, Haley Bledsoe, Ian Dunnahoo, Clayton Darby, Jackson Darby, Cade Brumit, Jack Walker, and Dalton Dugger, and crew of 4 students--Campbell Laney, Ryan Horne, Addie Roberts, and Colby Withrow. 

    Receiving individual honors were:

    Thomas Carroll - Best Actor

    Christina Burkhalter - All-Star Cast

    Natalie Pitts - All-Star Cast

    Ian Dunnahoo - Honorable Mention All-Star Cast

    Cade Brumit - Honorable Mention All-Star Cast

    Campbell Laney - All-Star Crew

    We are so proud of these talented thespians, and wish them the best at TAPPS State OAP!

    Go Sentinel Theatre!!

     

     

  • Congratulations to two CHCS strings students who were recently named to the TMEA 2021 All-Region Middle School and TMEA 2021 All-Region High School Orchestras. Auditions were held on Saturday, October 9, at Kilgore Middle School in Kilgore, TX. Competing against area middle school and high school students from both public and private schools, the following students were named to the region orchestras:

    Garrett White, CHCS 8th grader -- 2021 All-Region Middle School Orchestra, violin

    Zane Terry, CHCS senior -- 2021 All-Region High School Orchestra, cello

    Second chair honors were earned by Zane Terry. In addition to receiving their 2021 All-Region Orchestra letter-jacket patch, these students will perform with their respective orchestra in the Regions 4 & 21 All-Region Orchestra Concert on Saturday, December 4, at Tyler Legacy High School in Tyler, TX. This formal concert will feature both orchestras and is open to the public. Admission is free. We are so proud of Garrett and Zane for representing CHCS so well!

    Go Sentinel Strings!!

  • Congratulations to fourteen CHCS logic school choir students who were recently named to the TMEA 2021 All-Region Middle School Choir. Auditions were held on Saturday, October 16, at Sulphur Springs Middle School in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Competing against approximately 275 seventh and eighth-grade students from area public and private schools, the following students were named to the Treble All-Region (girls) and Tenor-Bass All-Region (boys) Choirs:

    7th grade students---Yvonne Bates, Philip Jordan, Kinsey Marshall, Kate Mitchell, Rayden Porter

    8th grade students---Jed Bowers, Sawyer Brumit, Coleigh Buckland, Eliana Krug, Addy Mitchell, Margot Risner, Elle Walker, Garrett White, and Peyton Wilson.

    First-chair honors were earned by Kate Mitchell (alto) and Garrett White (bass), while second-chair honors went to Margot Risner (second soprano) and Jed Bowers (bass), In addition to receiving their 2021 All-Region Choir letter-jacket patch, these fourteen CHCS students will perform in the Region 4 All-Region Choir Concert at Gladewater High School on Saturday, November 6. This formal concert will feature both the middle school and high school region choirs and is open to the public. Admission is free.

    We are so proud of these students for representing our school so well! Go Sentinel Singers!!

  • Congratulations to five CHCS rhetoric choir students who were recently named to the TMEA 2021 All-Region High School Choir. Auditions were held on Saturday, October 9, at Sulphur Springs High School in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Competing on challenging 8-voice music against high school singers from area public and private schools, the following students were named to the Large School Mixed All-Region Choir:

    Christina Burkhalter - 3rd chair, Soprano I Section

    Jackson Darby - 1st chair, Bass I Section

    Clayton Darby - 4th chair, Bass I Section

    Cade Brumit - 2nd chair, Bass II Section                                                                           

    In addition to receiving their 2021 TMEA  All-Region Choir letter-jacket patch, these students will perform in the Region 4 All-Region Choir Concert at Gladewater High School on Saturday, November 6. This formal concert will feature both the high school and middle school region choirs and is open to the public. Admission is free.

    We are so proud of these talented students and wish them the best as they advance to the next level of competition in the TMEA Texas All-State Choir audition process on December 2.

    Go Sentinel Singers!!  

  • The Big Event was a huge success! Thank you to Greg and Mary Peeler for hosting this special event. Thank you to all of those that served on the Big Event committee. We are grateful for the generous donations from our parents and friends. The Big Event closes in the gap that is not covered by our tuition dollars and provides scholarships for families.

  • Our logic soccer team competed with area private schools in the CSAC Championship and won!!!

  • Congratulations to Thomas Carroll, Ian Dunnahoo, Dalton Dugger, Zane Terry, and Jack Walker for a wonderful season and many years of soccer memories made! Thank you for your leadership! You will be missed.

  • The National Honor Society hosted a Pancake Breakfast for the Rhetoric students.

  • Baylor University, Ouachita Baptist University, and Louisiana Tech University visited our 9-12th grade students.

     

     

  • Homecoming was a huge success! Thank you to Sentinel Supporters, Greg and Mary Peeler, and the 9th-grade class!

  • We love our grandparents! Thank you to all the grandparents and special friends that came. We enjoyed celebrating you!

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