Christian Heritage second-grade student, Jillian, wins the 2018 Kilgore College Veterans Day art contest. Thank you Mrs. Menadier, CHCS art teacher, for entering her piece into the contest! The winners were announced on November 12th during a special celebration honoring our U.S. Veterans and the prizes given were sums of cash. The purpose of the contest is to bring about awareness of the history and purpose of Veterans Day to students, and as a result, will allow students to portray their own personal appreciation to veterans for their service through art. With her beautiful artwork, Jillian won a $50 prize and plans to give it to her big sister to use for her upcoming mission trip to Africa. Way to go Jillian!
Hello! My name is Faith Carroll, and I am currently a senior at Christian Heritage Classical School. I came to CHCS in the 3rd grade, making this my tenth year! Throughout the decade, it has been amazing to watch how prayer-filled teachers and administrators have improved athletic programs, curriculums, leadership opportunities, and more, so that my friends and I can receive the best Christ-centered, classical education. I am so appreciative for the way this school has shaped my character, developed my diligence, and encouraged scholarship.
One of the main things that sets Christian Heritage apart from other schools is the family environment. It has been the main contributor to the development of my character. From Grammar school to Rhetoric school, I have always had attentive teachers who cared for me, challenged me, and loved me just as much as my parents did at home. Before my first day here, I had attended a large public elementary school in Houston, TX and was very much lost in the crowd. Coming to Christian Heritage, I was intimidated by the hard curriculum and making new friends, but my teacher, Mrs. Bond, could not have made the transition easier. Also, prayer is a massive part of the regular school day. Carried from my Grammar school to Rhetoric school experience, prayer is daily implemented into chapel and before class periods. In Rhetoric school, we even learned how to say the Lord’s Prayer in both Latin and Spanish. This constant emphasis is not only a reminder to submit to God, but that God is ultimately watching our actions, attitude, and reactions in the classroom. This cultivates a community of accountability that I vividly remember shaping my character. Lastly, my character has been shaped by the leadership position Seniors are expected to uphold. The eight-month process of planning a high school retreat taught us all how to time-manage, delegate, budget, work with others, and listen to the Holy Spirit. It was very much emphasized that the Seniors set the tone for the rest of the high school. It is not something my class takes lightly. More than retreat, the Seniors are small group leaders over a group of underclassman. Every Tuesday morning, I have the opportunity to minister, listen, and grow closer to the girls in my group. These unique experiences played a massive role in the making of who I am today.
One of my favorite things about Christian Heritage is the students’ ability to be involved in many different activities. In my high-school career, I have played three years of Varsity Volleyball, four years of Varsity Basketball, Stage Managed three One Act Play Shows, played the role of “Mrs. Andrews” in Mary Poppins, played the role of Snoopy in “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”, and sang for four years in the high school choir. My extensive involvement has allowed me to learn how to balance numerous spinning plates and execute all of them with excellence. I remember in the seventh grade, when I was just beginning to play volleyball, our coach continually told our team that we had to master the basics to improve. Even when it didn’t seem possible, we grinded in practice year after year. We did the burpees. We ran until we felt like throwing up in practice, yet those many years of diligence came together in our senior season this year. In our pre-season, with basically the same girls I played with in the seventh grade, we won first place in the Leverett’s Chapel Volleyball tournament, and we almost went undefeated in our pre-season and district volleyball season. We placed 2nd in our district overall! This is just one of the countless examples of how our diligence, cultivated by CHCS, paid off in the end.
At Christian Heritage, scholarship is recognized as the strife for wisdom and understanding. While all the classes are outstanding, the ones that stick out to me as the main influencers on my pursuit of scholarship are my high school English classes and Thesis class. One thing that is absolutely priceless to me is how I have been able to analyze classic works of literature such as the Odyssey, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Great Gatsby, A Tale of Two Cities, the Confessions, Frankenstein, Lord of the Flies, and more, through a Christian worldview. It has been amazing to participate in Socratic discussions with my bright classmates about the motivation behind characters, symbols, and our response as Christians. Also, all seniors have to write a senior thesis in which we choose a controversial world topic and take a year to write a lengthy paper arguing our viewpoint. Eventually, we will memorize parts of our thesis, present it, and be questioned by a panel, as one of our final requirements as a CHCS student. I am arguing for United States Immigration Reform, and I have never been stretched more, mentally, academically, or spiritually, in delving into my topic. But, in order to tackle a world topic, I had to have a strong foundation in Grammar and Logic school. I have no doubt that the memorization of the history timeline in grammar school or my logic classes in logic school helped me attain a well-rounded view on the world.
After I graduate from CHCS, I will be attending Texas A&M University and will be majoring in Marketing at the Mays School of Business. After I graduate from undergrad, I plan on getting my MBA and then going to Law School. I have hopes of traveling abroad and getting an internship at Capitol Hill, as I have always been fascinated by politics. Ultimately, it is God who holds the plan for my future, and I just get the blessing of being along for the ride. I give full credit to my parents and CHCS for preparing me for the world.
Our 2nd Annual Sporting Clay Tournament Big Event was a success! We are excited to announce that we raised just under $43,000!! A huge thank you to our sponsors, volunteers, participants, and parents for making this event a hit for the second year in a row!! Our Gun Raffle Winner was CHCS parent, Cody Simmons. Mrs. Silvertooth’s third-grade class and Mrs. Trauger’s fifth-grade class were the top two in raffle ticket sales and had a great time competing in the nerf war during our pep rally! Ninth Graders were the top sellers for all Logic and Rhetoric and will get a free pizza lunch while “wearing what they want" on December 4th. Another BIG thank you to Thomas Oilfield & Services for providing and serving all of the food for the event! Thank you Upshur Rural for setting up three water stations out on the course. Thank you Backstage Graphics for making all our event signage and t-shirts! The kids had an incredible time playing in the Kids' Area getting their faces painted and bouncing in the jumper (donated by East Texas Inflatables). Our tournament participants had a fun experience competing in the sporting clay shoot and look forward to coming back next year! The winning team was Titan Tubulars & Well Services (Chamberlain Family) and the top scoring shooter was from their team.
We are excited to already be planning next year’s 3rd Annual Sporting Clay Tournament Big Event. If you would like to be part of this planning committee, contact Holly MacNeill, firstname.lastname@example.org.
**We also have a few Big Event spirit shirts (pictured below) in youth and adult sizes available for $10 purchase (all proceeds go to annual fund). Get yours through the office today!**
Congratulations to our CHCS one-act-play cast, crew, and director, Laramie
Cureton, on their recent success at the TAPPS 2018 OAP Division III District
Contest at Forney High School last Monday, October 22. In addition to earning the
runner-up title and advancing to state competition for their performance of The
Miracle Worker by William Gibson, CHCS thespians took home the following
- “Best Crew” – Faith Carroll (stage manager), Piper Brown (lighting designer/operator), and Ian Dunnahoo (sound designer/operator)
- “All-Star Crew” – Faith Carroll
- “Honorable Mention Cast” – Natalie Pitts, Allie White, & Kirsten Nugent(Blind girls), Riley Nichols (Jimmy Sullivan), Christina Burkhalter (Aunt Ev), Landon Ashley (James Keller), Lauren Pitts (Kate Keller), and Brennen Moss (Captain Keller)
- “All-Star Cast” – Parker Montgomery (Helen Keller), and Jilian Gates (Annie Sullivan)
The TAPPS 2018 OAP Division III State Contest will take place on November 12 &
13 in Kerrville, TX, and a public performance will be scheduled in Longview prior
to the competition.
We are so proud of our CHCS OAP team and wish them the best at state!
GO SENTINEL THEATRE!!!
The beginning of fall delivered an abundance of excitement for our little Kindergarteners with a story from Jonny Appleseed himself, apple food tasting, visiting with firefighters, and a field trip to Gator & Friends.
Congratulations to two Christian Heritage Rhetoric School choir students on their recent success at the TMEA (Texas Music Educators Association) 2018 All-Region High School Choir Auditions held Saturday, October 6, at North Lamar High School in Paris, TX. Auditioning with approximately 300 area public and private high- school students, the following CHCS singers were selected for the TMEA 2018 All-Region High School Choir and will advance to the next level of competition in November:
● Christina Burkhalter --- 2nd chair, Soprano I section
● Brennen Moss --- 3rd chair, Tenor I section
We are very proud of these students and wish them the best at the TMEA 2018
Pre-Area Choir competition on November 27!
GO SENTINEL SINGERS!!!
Homecoming Weekend 2018
For the first time in school history, CHCS hosted homecoming over the span of two days in the fall sports season instead of the winter. We kicked off the weekend with an all-school pep rally including games, candy, cheers, and incredible school spirit. On Friday night, we enjoyed a varsity soccer game, Chik-fil-a dinner, special recognition of alumni and honoring of the seniors during their last home district game. Though at first, the weather appeared it would bring a great deal of rain, it held off and we were able to celebrate and enjoy CHCS community and fellowship without a hitch. Saturday's homecoming events brought us a logic school football game, a delicious taco truck, tasty Shivers Natural Snow cones, a varsity football game, a cheer pep-squad half-time performance from all grade levels, more alumni recognition and memories to last us through the years. A special thank you to the Homecoming Committee, Erin Dunnahoo and Robin Carroll, for all your hard work and dedication to make this event such a wonderful experience for all our families!
Mrs. Karol Terry is pleased to announce the results of the ACSI Creative Writing Event. Congratulations to: Reese Bla [ ... ]
Mrs. Karol Terry is pleased to announce the results of the ACSI Creative Writing Event. Congratulations to:
Reese Blair (Essay) and Macy Simpkins (Short Story): Good Ribbons
Kylie Goodson (Essay): Excellent Ribbon
Rylee Spangler (Free Verse Poetry): Superior Ribbon
Allie White (short story): Good Ribbon
Jenifer Floyd (Rhymed Poetry), Will Horne (Rhymed Poetry), and Haley Beasley (Free Verse Poetry): Superior Ribbons
Ben Gurganus, Commander of the VFW Post 4002, recently visited our campus to award the following students for their acco [ ... ]
Ben Gurganus, Commander of the VFW Post 4002, recently visited our campus to award the following students for their accomplishments in the Patriot Pen and Voice of Democracy Essay contest.
1st Place: Tyler Holmes
2nd Place: Luke Land
3rd Place: Jack H. Walker
Voice of Democracy:
2nd Place: Luke Harrison
3rd Place: Lauren Muirhead
Homecoming Poster Decorating Contest Winners! PreK: Soloman Camp K: Colt Stone and Kaidin Minor 1st: Kate Mitch [ ... ]
Homecoming Poster Decorating Contest Winners!
PreK: Soloman Camp
K: Colt Stone and Kaidin Minor
1st: Kate Mitchell and Lily Credeur
2nd: Jocelyn Holmes and Madison Bailey
3rd: Jamie Russell and Slayde Hopson
4th: Savannah Striegler and Noah Perkins
5th: Trinity Patty and Laura Hudson
January 29, 2016. Save the date for Homecoming 2016! Spirit week will be January 25th-29th. Be looking for announceme [ ... ]
January 29, 2016. Save the date for Homecoming 2016!
Spirit week will be January 25th-29th. Be looking for announcements concerning dress up days!
Parents and alumni are invited to attend the Homecoming Pep Rally from 2:30-3:00 in the gym to cheer on the Sentinels!
Many Thanks to everyone who donated in so many ways to help us reach our goal. Whether you were a High Level Sponsor or [ ... ]
Many Thanks to everyone who donated in so many ways to help us reach our goal. Whether you were a High Level Sponsor or if you and your student went "digging for gold" to bail out The Dirty Dozen, any amount donated was a blessing and added to our bottom line.
Gold Rush Sponsors: Dr. Justin Horne, DDS, P.A., The Keeter Foundation, Charles Orr, David Madden-Texas Farm Bureau Insurance, Dr. George & Carrie Walls, Thomas and Kathleen Harris
Oil Barron Sponsor: Bo Bolding
Cattle Barron Sponsors: Casey & Renee Robertson, Griff & Jenn Maulding- AdvoCare Independent Distributors, Billy & Winky Foote, Dr. Jeffrey McWilliams, Kyle & Robin Adams, William & Carolyn Brown
Iron Horse Sponsors: Waylin & Kim Ott- Ott Ranch, Danny & Karen Thompson, Dirk & Patti Coleman, Economy Auto Supply, Joyce Steele Erection, Joe B. & Courtney Joyce, Faber White, Joel & Jennifer Muirhead, Joe D. Bowers, Sherman Briscoe Wilkinson Orthodontics, Patrick & Holly Briscoe, Mike & Barbara Matthews, DeAnne McCrary, Mr. & Mrs. Steve Roberson, Tori Kirkpatrick
Pony Express Sponsors: Chris & Tiffany Owen, Tim & Dawn Vaughn, Dr. Adam Spencer, James & Wendy Markowitz, Dr. Scott Distefano DDS, Daryl Atkinson, Robert Higgins, Ken Martin Audiology, Nathan Irwin- Irwin Wealth Management, Christopher Dunnahoo, Richard Hughes- Texas Farm Bureau Ins. , J.J. Wilson-Texas Farm Bureau Ins., Tom Darling, Texas Farm Bureau Ins., Gene Darnell-Texas Farm Bureau Ins., Dr. Mark Wallis, Richard Traweek, Kirk Wallace-Patterson Chevrolet, Ray Cox-Patterson Chevrolet, Scott Stevens-Stevens Henry Law Firm, Ed Merritt, Audie Johnson, Lollipops & Lace, Chad Armstrong-Mosquito Joe, Scotter & Debbie Griffin - Geo-Vest Inc.
The CHS Theater Department was one of six schools to compete last Tuesday in its very first One Act Play competition wit [ ... ]
The CHS Theater Department was one of six schools to compete last Tuesday in its very first One Act Play competition with Melanie Marnich's historical drama entitled "These Shining Lives". Their director, Mrs. Amanda Nail, and the entire CHS Fine Arts Department are very proud to announce that beyond making a very lasting impact on their audience, the other competing schools and the judge, over half of our 8 member cast and a member of our crew took home awards!
"All Star Cast" awards: Bethany Trauger, Laura Sheffield and Gabrielle Stanley
"Honorable Mention All Star Cast" awards: Cara Beth Burkhalter and Luke Harrison
"All Star Crew" award: Hannah Webber, Lead Costume and Special Effects Technician
Congratulations to the cast and crew of "These Shining Lives": Cameron Williams, Lauren Muirhead, Gabrielle Stanley, Bethany Trauger, Luke Harrison, Hannah Webber, Gracie Krug, Laura Sheffield, Cara Beth Burkhalter, Brennen Moss, Landon Ashley, and Parker Montgomery
Stay tuned for dates and times available for you to see the production!
Congratulations to eight CHS Rhetoric School Choir students on their success at the TMEA (Texas Music Educators Associat [ ... ]
Congratulations to eight CHS Rhetoric School Choir students on their success at the TMEA (Texas Music Educators Association) 2015 All-Region High School Mixed Choir auditions held this past Saturday at Mt. Pleasant High School. Auditioning with approximately 300 area public and private high school students, the following CHS singers were selected for the TMEA 2015 All-Region High School Mixed Choir and will advance to the next level of competition in November:
- Nathan Jones: 1st Chair Tenor I
- Cole Burkhalter: 1st Chair Bass I
- Cara Beth Burkhalter: 2nd Chair Soprano II
- Laura Sheffield: 4th Chair Soprano I
- Brennen Moss: 4th Chair Tenor I
- Bethany Trauger: 8th Chair Soprano I
- Luke Harrison: 10th Chair Bass I
- Marissa Conner: 14th Chair Alto I
The next competition will be November 17th.
Join CHS in welcoming Campus Chaplain, Daniel Bond's newest arrival Grace Evangeline Bond. Please bring your gi [ ... ]
Join CHS in welcoming Campus Chaplain, Daniel Bond's newest arrival Grace Evangeline Bond. Please bring your gift of diapers to celebrate this sweet family. A table will be set up in the foyer October 12th-16th.
October 5th- 9th will be CHS Round Up Week! Starting on October 5th, students are encouraged to "dig for gold" [ ... ]
October 5th- 9th will be CHS Round Up Week! Starting on October 5th, students are encouraged to "dig for gold" (cash, checks or change) to help free their favorite teacher or staff member by contributing towards their bill. Be sure to be specific (write name on an envelope or zip lock bag) which Cowboy or Cowgirl they would like to help set free. Members of the "dirty dozen" are: Doug Carr, Jim McCormick, Jacob Hartman, Art Bradshaw, Coach P, The Magnificent Seven, Stephanie Jones, Kim Parker, Angie Moss, Michelle Peterman, Cammy Burkhalter and Shanon Lockhart.
This is a special day that students are allowed to come to school out of dress code and are allowed to wear what they wa [ ... ]
This is a special day that students are allowed to come to school out of dress code and are allowed to wear what they want. Modesty and neatness still apply. A western theme in honor of Big Event CHS Round-Up Week will make Wednesday, October 7th, a Wednesday to remember. Cost is $3.00/student or $6.00 max/family. Proceeds will benefit Big Event.
CHS will continue the long-standing tradition of Talents for the Master, an evening program where students have the oppo [ ... ]
CHS will continue the long-standing tradition of Talents for the Master, an evening program where students have the opportunity to share their talents in a God-honoring venue. Detailed information and entry forms will soon be made available. We welcome CHS families and friends to join us Thursday, October 29th, at 6:30 p.m., in the CHS cafetorium for this opportunity to enjoy the talents of our students.
Christian Heritage School will host four parent prayer meetings throughout the year. The reason for these meetings is to [ ... ]
Christian Heritage School will host four parent prayer meetings throughout the year. The reason for these meetings is to give thanks to God for blessing CHS throughout our history and to continuously seek His mercy, grace, and wisdom in all parts of our school program. Please join fellow CHS parents for this special time. The next prayer time will be held Thursday, October 29th, at 6 p.m.
CHS looks forward to honoring the pastors of CHS families Thursday, October 22nd. Invitations will be sent home th [ ... ]
CHS looks forward to honoring the pastors of CHS families Thursday, October 22nd. Invitations will be sent home through family mail so you can invite your pastor, associate pastor, or youth pastor. We would appreciate your help with personalizing and delivering this invitation to your pastor.
Christian Heritage School began its very first football program this year in the Logic School. Boys in grades 6-8 w [ ... ]
Christian Heritage School began its very first football program this year in the Logic School. Boys in grades 6-8 were given the opportunity to be a part of the program which has gotten off to a great start. The boys played their opening game in Greenville and came home the victors. Congratulations to the team and coaches led by Coaches Joey Maples, Josh Crouch, Stoney Thomas and Griff Mauldin. The next game will be in Tyler against the Tyler Heat. Check your RenWeb app for time and location.
Attention Christian Heritage School families: Please spread the word about our Admissions Information Meeting that will [ ... ]
Attention Christian Heritage School families: Please spread the word about our Admissions Information Meeting that will be held on October 19th at 10:00 a.m. and again at 6:30 p.m. If there are families in our community that are thinking ahead to 2016-2017, send them our way to hear more about what CHS has to offer their family!
Congratulations to Bethany Trauger, MartiAnn Moreland, and Nathan Foy, who have successfully completed a year of service [ ... ]
Congratulations to Bethany Trauger, MartiAnn Moreland, and Nathan Foy, who have successfully completed a year of service on the Spring Hill State Bank Student Board. Members of the Student Board had to apply and be selected to participate in the program that encourages young people to take the time and make the effort to establish a firm foundation of financial knowledge. They spent the year working diligently to study various aspects of finance led by the bank officers. Thank you for representing CHS well in our community.
Click here to learn about the 5th Grade Greek Wax Museum!
Sixth and seventh grade students from Mrs. Karol Terry's class recently participated for the first time in the ACSI [ ... ]
Sixth and seventh grade students from Mrs. Karol Terry's class recently participated for the first time in the ACSI Creative Writing Contest. The students were able to choose from the following categories: Short Story, Essay, Free Verse Poem, and Rhymed Poetry.
Short Story: Madyn Brown: Excellent, Kaitlin McCullin: Superior
Essay: Cade Caviness: Excellent, Collier Redwine: Excellent
Free Verse Poem: Marlee Madden: Good, Meredith Muirhead: Excellent
Rhymed Poetry: Makailyn Steele: Superior, Caroline Walls: Excellent
Congratulations to the following students for earning a Bronze, Silver, or Gold ribbon at the ACSI Speech Meet on Friday [ ... ]
Congratulations to the following students for earning a Bronze, Silver, or Gold ribbon at the ACSI Speech Meet on Friday, March 6th.
6th Grade: Meredith Muirhead:Gold, Allie White: Silver, Kaitlin McCullin: Gold, Kellie Hodson: Bronze, and Wesley Spangler: Bronze
5th Grade: Reese Blair: Silver, Ian Dunnahoo: Silver,
4th Grade: Brooke Tompkins: Gold, Abby Newsom: Silver, Makenna Kaunitz: Gold
3rd Grade: Christian Caviness: Bronze, Anna Rogers: Silver
2nd Grade: Emma Kate Bailey: Bronze, Slayde Hopson: Silver, Marley Cook: Silver
1st Grade: Madison Bailey: Silver
We are proud to announce that senior, Rachel Webber placed 1st in the VFW's “Voice of Democracy” essay-a [ ... ]
We are proud to announce that senior, Rachel Webber placed 1st in the VFW's “Voice of Democracy” essay-audio contest at the post level and has placed 1st in the Area level as well. She has already won over $400 in scholarship money for her winnings and has placed in the top 10 in the state of Texas! She was honored at a special banquet last weekend in Austin in which she was announced as the 3rd place winner! Rachel won $6,500.00 in scholarship money. Congratulations Rachel!
Several Christian Heritage School students have recently won their class Spelling Bee competitions at Christian Heritage [ ... ]
Several Christian Heritage School students have recently won their class Spelling Bee competitions at Christian Heritage and continued on to represent our school in the district Spelling Bee at Grace Community School in Tyler.
3rd Grade: Brody Moss
4th Grade: Brooke Tompkins (placed 4th overall), and Maddison Williams
5th Grade: Ian Dunnahoo and Christina Burkhalter
6th Grade: Ally Graves (placed 4th overall), and Jenifer Floyd
7th Grade: Kenny Bradshaw and Bethany Terry
We are proud to announce that senior, Rachel Webber, placed 1st in the VFW's "Voice of Democracy" es [ ... ]
We are proud to announce that senior, Rachel Webber, placed 1st in the VFW's "Voice
of Democracy" essay-audio contest at the post level and has placed 1st in the Area level as well. She has already won over $400 in scholarship money for her winnings and has placed in the top 10 in the state of Texas! She will be honored at a special banquet at the end of this month in Austin in which the winners will be announced and awarded more scholarship in the range of $2800-$10,000 depending upon their placement! If Rachel wins 1st in state, she goes to Washington D.C. on an all-expense paid trip to compete for the national prize scholarship of $30,000 in march. Congratulations Rachel!
The following CHS students also placed in the VFW local level as well as won the following cash prize amounts:
2nd place: Leo Conner $50
3rd place: Lauren Muirhead $25
Logic School students participated in the VFW's "Patriot's Pen" essay.
1st place: Katelyn Funderburk $100
3rd place: Caeden Flournoy $25
Congratulations to all of our winners!
Congratulations to Juniors Christopher Arce and Will Hurst for being selected as the Rotary Club Leadership Award winner [ ... ]
Congratulations to Juniors Christopher Arce and Will Hurst for being selected as the Rotary Club Leadership Award winners. The students were selected based on leadership skills presented through an application and an interview process. They will be representing Christian Heritage School in a weekend long leadership camp for area winners in February.
Congratulations to our fall relay participants! The 3rd & 4th Graders placed 3rd and our 5th & 6th Graders place [ ... ]
Congratulations to our fall relay participants! The 3rd & 4th Graders placed 3rd and our 5th & 6th Graders placed 2nd in the annual fall relays at St. Mary's. Those results put CHS in 3rd place overall! Way to go Sentinels!
Logic and Rhetoric School Choir and Strings students recently participated in the All-Region Texas Music Educators [ ... ]
Logic and Rhetoric School Choir and Strings students recently participated in the All-Region Texas Music Educators Association All-Region Choir performance.
2014 High School All-Region Choir Members:
Cara Beth Burkhalter (freshman): Soprano II
Cole Burkhalter (sophomore): Bass I
Nathan Jones (freshman): Tenor I
Gracie Krug (freshman): Soprano II
Laura Sheffield (freshman): Soprano II
Rachel Webber (senior): Soprano I
Luke Harrison (sophomore): Bass I Alternate
2014 Middle School All-Region Choir Members:
Faith Carroll (8th grade): Soprano
Jacob Chamberlain (8th grade): Bass
Jilian Gates (8th grade): Soprano
Brennen Moss (8th grade): Tenor
Lauren Pitts (8th grade): Alto
Zoie Taliaferro (8th grade): Alto
Bryce Zackary (8th grade): Tenor
2014 High School All-Region Orhestra
MartiAnn Moreland (junior): Harp
Laura Sheffield (freshman): Violin
Hannah Trauger (sophomore): Violin
Over 50 pastors from local churches were honored on Thursday, October 23rd with breakfast and a program from our Gr [ ... ]
Over 50 pastors from local churches were honored on Thursday, October 23rd with breakfast and a program from our Grammar School students and the Rhetoric School Choir. Students were able to visit with their pastors and tell them thank you for all of their service.
Several Christian Heritage Grammar School students recently competed in the Trimathlon at Mathnasium in Longview. Studen [ ... ]
Several Christian Heritage Grammar School students recently competed in the Trimathlon at Mathnasium in Longview. Students from many local elementary schools competed in the October 18th event. Out of the nine CHS students competing, Jack Walker placed 3rd in the 5th grade event, Brooke Tompkins placed 1st and Maddison Williams placed 2nd in the 4th grade event, Bryson Webb placed 2nd in the 3rd grade event and Jamie Russell placed 1st in the 2nd grade event. In addition to goody bags and prizes for the winners and participants, the students also raised money for CHS by competing. Congratulations to all of our students and thank you for representing Christian Heritage well!
Congratulations to seven CHS logic school choir students on their success at the TMEA 2014 All-Region Middle S [ ... ]
Congratulations to seven CHS logic school choir students on their success at the TMEA 2014 All-Region Middle School Mixed Choir auditions held this past Saturday at Gunter High School. Auditioning with approximately 225 area public and private middle school students, the following CHS singers were selected for the TMEA 2014 All-Region Middle School Mixed Choir and will participate in the TMEA All-Region Clinic and Concert on Saturday, November 1, at Mt. Pleasant High School:
- Faith Carroll an Jilian Gates, Sopranos
- Zoie Taliaferro and Lauren Pitts, Altos
- Bryce Zachary and Brennen Moss, Tenors
- Jacob Chamberlain, Bass
Special congratulations to Faith Carroll (4th chair soprano), Zoie Taliaferro (5th chair alto), and Bryce Zachary (5th chair tenor) for placing within the top chairs of their respective sections.
Go Sentinel Singers!!!
Check out this article in the Longview News-Journal about CHS and other local private schools, http://www.news-journa [ ... ]
Check out this article in the Longview News-Journal about CHS and other local private schools,
Former student, Andrew Baas, was recently notified of his National Merit semifinalist status. The Longview News Jou [ ... ]
Former student, Andrew Baas, was recently notified of his National Merit semifinalist status. The Longview News Journal recently printed the following:
I am Andrew Baas, the third Longview National Merit semifinalist, described in the news article as having "moved on to college."
The missing piece to this story is my heartfelt appreciation for the outstanding teachers and staff at my previous school, Christian Heritage School. The teachers have helped me to grow both academically and spiritually and I couldn't have performed this well on the PSAT without their support.
I would also like to express an appreciation, and I'm sure the other two semifinalist would concur, for all of the teachers in the Longview community who are dedicating their lives to investing in our generation.