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Linh has been at Texas Christian for 4 fun years.  She was recently accepted to Texas A&M University (whoop!) where she wants to major in Radiation Therapy! She will also be graduating this May with 33 college credit hours!!! 
We asked her what she likes most about TCS and she said, “The teachers and staff are very helpful as they help you achieve your goals and the home stay is like a home away from home.”
CONGRATULATIONS Linh!! We are so proud of you and know you will accomplish all your goals and dreams as you use your gifts and talents for the Lord!


Congratulation to our Alumni, Ashley Jimenez who graduated from HBU with honors!  We are proud of your hard work!

Way to go Tiger!!!







TCS could not be more proud to see our very own Valedictorian graduate from Texas Tech, receive her degree in Teaching along with her Mrs. degree and now influencing Kindergartners in Lubbock ISD.  Hannah (Cook) Sanches we are so proud you keep influencing for the Lord.  Go Tigers!













Congratulations to Kerron James (KJ) on marrying his beautiful bride.  We are so happy to see you living life for the Lord as an Engineer and now moving on to a Godly husband.  TCS will always love you KJ and we are praying God continues to bless your efforts as you light the way!!!


TCS 2011-12 360 Texas Christian High School wants to commend Andrew Jimenez, a 2012 TCS graduate, for his hard work during his first year of college at Houston Baptist University. He was just awarded two scholarships for an essay he wrote in the HBU Essay Competition. As a freshman he won 1st place and was awarded $500.00. He then won 2nd place over the entire school with an award of $250.00. TCS is very proud of his accomplishments and we can not wait to see what other exciting things God has is store for you. Way to go!



Was so good to see John Bailey (Class of 1997) and his huge family at this years Homecoming Game.  We are so proud of the successful father, husband and business man you have become.  Your kids love you and so do we!  Great job John!!!


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 TexasChristianHigh 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.”





Congratulations to Gabrielle Spachek on your accomplishment and becoming a Texas A&M graduate!!!  Gig’em!







Look at these future Tigers!  Congratulations Alisha Ferrell on your two cuties!  You are the first TCS alumni to be blessed with twins.  So cute!




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It is so fun when all the alumni come home and challenge the current football team to a game.  It’s also fun too see who has gotten faster or slower in their old age.  Haha.  Love you TCS Alumni!