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Varsity Tennis Wins 3rd in State!

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Science class fun

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High School Classroom

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Chapel

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Mentoring

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Track State Champs

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Donut eating contest

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Volleyball Champs

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Playing in the Toyota Center

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Goals Accomplished

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School Play

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Merit Scholarship Winner

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Senior Send Off

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Tennis Scholarship

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Singing

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Special Visitors

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Team building

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Community service

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Looking for adventure and a challenge that could test every fiber of physical strength and moral standing sounds like a Tom Clancy novel.  It is in fact, the real-life story of Connor Lyttle, a senior at Texas Christian High School.  Inspired by his favorite Bible verse, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,” (Philippians 4:13); Connor loves a challenge that will stretch him and help him grow.

                Connor’s family chose Texas Christian because it was a good match academically to equip Connor to pursue whatever avenue he might choose, whether it be college or vocational studies.  Connor’s favorite subject was Creation Science taught by retired United States Marine MSgt James Rankin.  Through this very informative and challenging class, Connor said he learned “More about God, His creation and the real facts of life; coming into existence through Divine wisdom, intelligent design, and supernatural creation.”

                Connor’s athletic abilities and leadership skills allowed him to excel on Texas Christian’s football, basketball, and baseball teams; making the playoffs in two of the three team sports.  True to his character, Connor is preparing to take on his next life’s challenge by joining the ranks of the United States Marine Corps.  He is currently involved in a rigorous physical training program to make his transition into the demanding Marine Corps world as smooth as possible.

                Connor will be greatly missed at Texas Christian, but will be constantly in the thoughts and prayers of the families, staff, and students as he enters the realm of “The Few, The Proud, The Marines.”

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Working Hard in Wood-shop!

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Soccer