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DRAMA
The Rosehill Eagles are ready to soar in our theater program!  RCS offers various aspects of drama exposure, from competitions to stage performances.  Throughout elementary, intermediate, middle, and high school there is room for every eagle interested in stepping into the spotlight with the RCS players.

In eighth grade and lower, our Eagles are engaging in opportunities to showcase their God-given talents by interpreting selections in poetry, prose, Bible, storytelling, and many other speaking events at ACSI competitions. Some of these students are writing scripts and performing at chapels, while others will take part in performances on the stage for upcoming shows in the Spring.

Our Secondary performers really shine bright as well.  The high school thespians at Rosehill have made a grand entrance into the world of competition this year by winning State at the TAPPS One Act Play. High school students continue to have opportunity to compete in the Spring semester through TAPPS speech events, along with stage performance opportunities too.  Our secondary program is also affiliated with the National Forensic League, a public speaking organization with wonderful potential for our growing department.

Our drama program hopes to inspire students to trust God with the talents they are blessed with, take a risk, and see what amazing things unfold as we work together to tell the stories that open before us. 

Matti Higgins Award Winning Oratory, Slavery Is Not Dead

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Christina Flower, Award Winning Poetry Selection Just People

Christina from Rosehill Christian School on Vimeo.

Just People by Kathi Appelt

ONE ACT PLAY

We are pleased to announce the results of the TAPPS Division III State One Act Play Contest, which took place on November 18-19 in Kerrville, Texas at the beautiful Cailloux Theatre. The state-level competition was extremely stiff, but the RCS team performed a stunning and flawless performance of "No Fading Star".  As a team, RCS placed fifth in the state.  Additionally, the following students received individual all-state awards: 

Rachel Buckhoff:  All Star Cast
Paige Powers:  All Star Cast Honorable Mention
Allison Strange:  All Star Cast Honorable Mention
Nasreen Khan:  All Star Crew
Ashley Alexander:  All Star Crew

We give all glory to God in these successes and were humbled and blessed to be able to represent Him and RCS for the fourth year in a row at the State Contest.  It was an amazing time of teamwork, bonding, and unity and we are truly blessed.

DISTRICT CHAMPIONS

The RCS One Act team was selected as the District Champion for the third year in a row for their performance of  "No Fading Star".  They will advance to the One Act Play State Championship on November 18-19 at the Cailloux Theater in Kerrville.  For the first time ever, the entire RCS cast received individual acting awards, which were as follows:

Best Actress (Three-time Champion):  Rachel Buckhoff
Best Actor: Braeden Kobza
All Star Cast:  Paige Powers, Jacob Filip, Molly Fay, & Austin Shaver
Honorable Mention:  Allison Strange, Mason Rios, Amanda Figueroa, and the Singing Nun Ensemble (Mackensey Doyle, Sarrah Estrella, Sion Firew, Maria Fussell, Erin Venette & Heidi Wellman)

Additionally, two of our crew members received "All Star Crew" honors:  Ashley Alexander & Nasreen Khan


We give all glory to God in these successes and are humbled and blessed to be able to represent Him and RCS for the fourth year in a row at the State Contest. Thanks to all of the supportive administrators, teachers, students, and parents that made this possible.  Our One Act team will perform the award-winning "No Fading Star" at RCS for grades 8-12 on November 14 at 9:00 AM and parents are welcome to attend.  Go Eagles! 

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