Spring sports are underway at TWCA while the soccer and basketball programs continue to show the Warrior Spirit.
The TWCA Boys golf team makes history while the boys basketball team takes the top spot in district after the first round of play.
Twelve seniors, along with Coach Earle and Ms. Mitchell, traveled to Ft. Worth for an incredible fellowship experience. Passion conference took place on December 2-30, 2022, with approximately 13,000 students in attendance. Designed to ignite the faith of college students and high school seniors, Passion is a movement to get students living for God.
This marks the seventh year Coach Earle took a group of seniors to Passion, to inspire students about what college ministry could look like, and to remind them they aren’t alone in their faith. Students got to meet up with 11 TWCA alumni who were also attending the conference.
Read more to see what some of our seniors had to say about Passion.
Warrior Athletics are back in action after the Winter Break with soccer and basketball.
The Gingerbread House Competition is one of our most highly anticipated holiday traditions for high school students at TWCA. With each passing year, the structures get more extravagant and lavish than the last – and this year was no different. Split up into Chapel small groups with a senior and faculty leader, students planned for weeks – the theme, execution and design.
The student athletes across the TWCA campus were working hard both on the court and in the classroom as final exams took center stage this past week.
Boys and girls soccer and basketball start their district seasons and our fall sport athletes earn awards both on and off the field of play.
All Winter Sports programs are in action for Warrior Athletics as district play is right around the corner.
TWCA celebrates six of its seniors as the sign to play collegiate athletics on National Signing Day.
Congratulations to our new National Junior Honor Society members for 2022-2023! NJHS is a national organization that promotes the values of scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship. Led by Mrs. Whitson and Mr. McNeese, NJHS elevates TWCA's commitment to these values and develops middle schoolers who are well-rounded student leaders in our school and community.
The Woodlands Christian Boys Basketball team has been a dominant force in previous years, and with a lot of new faces this season, they are looking to continue their success
Congratulations to our high school theatre students who earned third place in the TAPPS District One Act Play competition! Despite several students being out sick the week leading up to the competition, this team did an amazing job and came in third place, with several students receiving individual awards. The team performed “Clue” for all of high school, their parents and staff and had the crowd laughing out loud! Well done, Warriors!
We are so proud to announce that Ogechukwu Anugwom, Zachary Bagnoli and Davis Johnson have been named Commended Students in the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Students placed among the top 50,000 scorers of those who entered the 2023 competition by taking the 2021 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®).
On October 5, 2022, National Honor Society inducted several new members in a ceremony held in the Ruth Auditorium. Students were nominated based on their scholarship, character, service, and leadership. We are so proud of these students and the ways they model the Warrior Way!
Homecoming is a special time at Woodlands Christian, where all three schools - lower, middle and high, get to participate in festivities and show their school spirit! After a fun-filled week of themed dress days, Burgers & Bingo, Silent Disco and much more, the week culminated with an all-school pep rally, football game and dance.
Congratulations to our newly inducted Science National Honor Society members! In order to qualify, participants must maintain a 4.0 overall grade point average and a 4.5 G.P.A. in science courses, including at least one AP science course. Students submitted applications to the science department to be considered for membership. SNHS will help facilitate campus-wide blood drives, provide science tutoring to students in 5th - 12th grade, and represent TWCA in the EfTA Sci://Tech Exposition.
It’s Homecoming week for the Woodlands Christian Academy Warriors and the stakes on the football field will be high.
In conjunction with National Suicide Prevention Week, the Psychology Club invited Mrs. Kim Hess, founder of the local non-profit Cassidy Joined for Hope, to speak to high school students. Established in 2016, Cassidy Joined for Hope is focused on teen suicide prevention by providing resources, support and education to schools and communities.
Two students from The Woodlands Christian Academy have been named as Semifinalists in the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program. Avery Buck and Seth Culberson placed among the top 16,000 scorers of the over one million students who entered the competition by taking the 2021 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) and represent less than one percent of all U.S. high school seniors.
After a tough game on the road last week, The Woodlands Christian Academy Warriors (1-1) return home to face St. Pius X at 7 p.m. in the familiar Warrior Stadium on TWCA’s campus.
Fueled by an energetic and passionate fan base, the Warrior Volleyball team is off to a scorching start in the 2022 season.
The TWCA Cross Country team is off and running, continuing their legacy of greatness in 2022-2023.
Middle school students were pumped up on the first day of school, partially because it was the first day, but more importantly because they were anxious to find out their destiny at the first ever Sorting Ceremony! Introducing a new house system in middle school, 5th-8th graders were randomly assigned to five different houses, with each house containing a mix of all four grades. Designed to create an increasingly positive and dynamic school climate that celebrates excellence, fosters school spirit, builds and strengthens relationships, and promotes a culture of belonging for all - the five houses each have their own name, color, symbol and characteristics, with house members shaping distinct personalities and values over time.
The Woodlands Christian Academy is proud to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2022 — Dominic Spahr and Serafina Cianflone. Dominic was named a Commended Student by the National Merit Scholarship Program and will attend The University of Texas at Austin - Cockrell School of Engineering Honors Program. Serafina will attend ivy league — The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
On April 28, 2022, the Rotary Club of The Woodlands honored a number of TWCA high school students as Student of the Year.
Teachers recommended 1-2 students per grade-level, one girl and boy. This award goes to students who are well-rounded, active community service participants, and are known for putting “service above self.” The two seniors were also awarded a $1,000 scholarship.
Congratulations to our students who participated in the TWCA Spelling Bee and Spell-Off! On April 13, students in grades 1-8 participated in the grade-level Spelling Bee. The top 6-7 spellers for each grade received an ACSI certificate and t-shirt. The top 4 spellers received a ribbon, and the top 3 spellers in 5th-8th grade advanced to the school-wide Spell-Off. After 15 rounds, two tiebreakers, using both the published and unpublished word lists, the group narrowed to identify the spelling champion. We are so proud of our Warriors! Congratulations on all your hard work.
TWCA students competed in the TAPPS State Academics & Speech, and Art competition in Waco, TX. They did an incredible job and ranked among the top performers in Texas with TWCA placing 5th overall! A big thanks to all the teachers who coached and encouraged our students along the way.
Lower school students learned about conflict resolution in Art Integration with Mrs. Goedeke. She challenged them to relate what they were learning to their own life experiences through art. Students designed a bookmark that was submitted to the Dispute Resolution Center of Montgomery County for their 2022 Conflict Resolution Day Bookmark Art Contest. With over 800 entries from schools across Montgomery Country, four of our students impressed the judges with their creativity and peacemaking message. We are so proud of our Warriors!
The Best of Texas is a UIL academic competition that includes three rounds of competitions with tests in 12 different subject areas. Computer Science students competed in the computer science competition and placed exceedingly well. Congratulations on your hard work and for being academic leaders at TWCA!
Students in 3rd - 8th grade participated in the annual ACSI Math Olympics. The first round took place in classrooms with the top three students in each category, per grade level, advancing to the Area competition. On Thursday, February 24th, students gathered in the Ruth Auditorium to compete in the Area competition. In total, there were 252 participants from seven schools, reaching as far and wide as Kansas, Kentucky and Ohio. Scores were compared to the other private schools to determine the top five winners for the Area competition.
The TWCA Biotech Team participated in the Sci://TECH Biotechnology Competition at Lone Star College on February 12th. Students worked in pairs and used DNA fingerprinting techniques to analyze samples and solve a real-world case. Competing against teams from several local high schools, students were assessed on both technique and data analysis.
The TWCA Girls basketball team made history on Tuesday, February 22nd by becoming the first team in program history to advance to the 3rd round (Regionals) of the TAPPS playoffs. Meanwhile, the Boys Basketball team continues their incredible run of playoff success.
The sweet aroma of Christ’s love was in the air last week, February 14-18, with the celebration of LOVE Week in high school! Hosted by Godly Girls & Guys, they started planning LOVE Week (formerly Spirituality) back in September at the G3 retreat at Carolina Creek. Stemming from their vision and mission, LOVE Week was created as a week dedicated to LOVING God as ONE community of faith, that VALUES God and his word, and seeks to ENCOURAGE one another, and that they did!
TWCA Girls and Boys soccer teams begin their playoff runs after finishing the regular season strong. The Warriors first round matchups and potential Area Round games are set.
The Woodlands Christian Academy Quiz Bowl Team competed in the annual Sci://TECH Exposition put on by Education for Tomorrow Alliance (EfTA) of Montgomery County. The Sci:// TECH competition gives students the opportunity to take learning beyond the classroom and test their knowledge on STEAM subjects.
The second annual Butterfly Ball was a special evening for Warrior dads and daughters.
The National Honor Society recently held officer elections for the 2022-2023 school year. National Honor Society officers work above and beyond the service of regular members by attending additional meetings, organizing and leading service events, all while maintaining good character and academic grades throughout the year. They are model examples of what it means to lead the Warrior Way!
TWCA students meandered about the STEAM lab in the Micah on Monday, February 7, 2022, to explore elective options at the Creative Arts Fair for the upcoming school year. They tried their hand at painting, videography and operated robots to see if they might want to take classes like Art, Broadcasting or Robotics & Coding. VOCE put on a live performance to show students what the new choir program is all about while Mr. Wilkinson tapped on his snare drum to pique interest in Drumline & Band.
It was the end of the fall semester, when teachers and students typically rejoice and head home to relax for Christmas break. But Mrs. King had something else in mind. There was a speech and debate tournament scheduled at Spring High School for Friday, December 17, and Saturday, December 18.
The Woodlands Christian Academy is continuously looking for ways to move our school forward with innovative and creative programs that will challenge our students to reach their highest potential for the glory of Jesus Christ. With that in mind, we are pleased to announce the addition of a Dual Language Spanish Immersion Program for the 2022-2023 school year.
The TWCA boys basketball team earned a hard-fought 67-55 win against cross-town rival Concordia Lutheran on Tuesday, November 16th at Concordia Lutheran High School in Tomball.
Senior Austin Benigni, who recently signed his letter of intent to play basketball for the Naval Academy, led the Warriors with 23 points, seven rebounds and seven assists.
On Wednesday, November 10th, seven TWCA seniors signed their Letters of Intent to continue their athletic and academic careers in college in front of friends, family and their fellow Warriors.
Three students from The Woodlands Christian Academy have been named Commended Students in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. David Garcia, Illiana McIntyre and Dominic Spahr placed among the top 50,000 scorers of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2022 competition by taking the 2020 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®).
Buzzing with energy and decked out in green and gold, Homecoming is a special time at Woodlands Christian. All three schools — lower, middle and high — get to participate in festivities and show their school spirit! A fun-filled week of themed dress days, Burgers & Bingo, Silent Disco and a volleyball game, culminated with an all-school pep rally, football game and dance.
The Woodlands Christian Academy’s cross country program added two more trophies to its already well-stocked collection. Both the girls and boys teams won the TAPPS 5A District 6 Championship meet on Thursday, October 21st that was held on TWCA’s campus.
Please join us in welcoming the newest members of our lower school faculty and staff!
The 2021 Warrior Color run brought the Woodlands community closer.
Spring is around the corner, so it's time to look at the accomplishments of Warrior Winter Sports. The Soccer, Swimming and Basketball programs all have seen great success in 2020-2021 despite an unprecedented set of challenges.
A year-end address from the Head of School.
Congratulations to Melissa Birdwell and Ariel Tucker on being ranked at the top of the senior class!
Join us this weekend for a performance of The Wizard of Oz!
Developing future leaders - congratulations to the inaugural Warrior Way graduating class.
Thank you to the 2018-19 Library Volunteers!
Scan the attached QR code to download The Mustard Seed on Apple iBooks!
Honor your family and support TWCA by purchasing a Legacy Brick before May 28th.
Join us for Senior Chapel, Monday, May 6th.
The senior class earned an astounding $3,844,492 in merit based scholarship dollars!
Wednesday's signing day celebration recognized six student athletes who will continue playing sports on the collegiate level.
Get your tickets to Seussical, JR. online today!
Playoffs and state bound spring sports!
Pray for our nation with millions of other Americans during next week's National Day of Prayer.
All students are invited to wear a shirt or jersey from your family's favorite college next Wednesday, May 1, in honor of our seniors!
Freshman English teacher, Brian Goll, has completed his graduate degree in education from Rice University.
Highlights from The Woodlands Christian Academy's 2019 Auction & Gala - The Silver Ball.
Track & Field and Golf varsity teams celebrate finishing top in the district.
Join us in celebrating Brett Odom and Caleb Bigler on outstanding individual accomplishments!
Last week, we ushered the youngest members of the Warrior student body with a signing ceremony in the David Gym.
Senior Michael Singh earns a perfect score on AP exam.
NASA electrical engineer Erik Lopez spoke to 11th and 12th graders about his experience and the International Space Station. Students learned interesting facts about scientific research in the orbiting lab.
City Planning in Mrs. Shilling's World History class.
Congratulations to Juhui Cheon, Emily Dunn, Maxim Olivier, Ashley Porter and Logan Shepperd for an outstanding performance at the TAPPS State Art Competition!
On April 2-3, The Warrior Academic and Speech Team competed in Waco, Texas at the TAPPS State Academic and Speech Meet. In just the second year of participation in this event, Woodlands Christian earned 3rd place in the 4A division at the State Meet. Congratulations to Brett Odom, Ben Gunthorpe, Michael Singh, Bea Romero, Catherine Berger, Rio Robertson and Maclain Ruffner, who earned individual awards.
5th-8th Grade Math Olympics Contest Results
Ellie Catron, Ben Shearer and Joshy Shearer represent TWCA at the 92nd Annual Texas Relays.
TAPPS Solo & Ensemble Contest Results
Middle and High School Improv Show - Friday, March 29th
National College Fair - March 28th
Fourth graders volunteer at Kids' Meals on Wheels.
Lily Phelps competes at the ACSI Regional Spelling Bee.
Area Math Olympics results (3rd & 4th grade).
Ms. Johnson's class learned the value of stewardship after donating duffle bags to CASA and Arrow Child and Family Ministries.
Third graders in Ms. Goedeke’s Science Lab took the classroom outside for a hands-on learning experience about ecosystems.
We're looking forward to a fun day of competition at next week's 2nd annual Field Day next week!
The Silver Ball is a celebration of The Woodlands Christian Academy and the 25 years we have served The Woodlands by offering excellence in Christian education.
Brian Goll, Stacy Shilling, Brenda Phillips, and Wendy Ruffner were voted Teachers of the Quad by students.
Third grade mission trip to the Montgomery County Food Bank!
The Warrior Boosters invite you and your family to join us in the Grove next Friday (3/29) for our annual Crawfish & Shrimp Boil!
In our first-ever appearance in the TAPPS Solo and Ensemble competition, our students earned a Superior One rating!
Register your student to attend 2019 Summer Warrior Camp!
Warriors in 6th-8th grade travelled beyond the walls of TWCA for an engaging, interactive and meaningful week of learning.
Middle and high school students may now purchase breakfast from the Warrior Cafe! Breakfast will be served daily at 7:30am.
Thursday, February 21, Lower School hosted the 2nd annual Grace Notes Piano Show. Students were required to audition for a spot and performed selections ranging from classical to pop for friends and family.
Speech Meet Results
This summer seven high school students qualified to participate in the World Scholar's Cup Tournament of Champions, held at Yale University this November
We are elated to have our students back on campus!
TWCA is thrilled to have been recognized by the Evangelical Counsel for Financial Responsibility (ECFA) as an accredited member organization.
It is a year-end tradition at Woodlands Christian for the Head of School to discern and announce a spiritual theme for the upcoming school year.