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But Jesus looked at them and said, "With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible."  

Matthew 19:26

Spring Preview TONIGHT: Invite Your Friends and Family


TONIGHT February 7th, 6:30 pm, invite your friends, family, neighbors, and anyone interested to the Spring Preview where they can learn more about all RCS can offer their children.  

Remember: if any child enrolls at RCS because of your recommendation, you will receive EAGLE BUCKS: $750 off tuition for Kindergarten through 12th grade and $300 off tuition for Preschool.


Deadline for Re-Enrollment


Thank you for sharing your children with us this year. Although we are just beginning the second half of the year, we are in full swing with the preparations for the 2019-2020 school year!  For those of you who plan to return, you don't need to do anything at this point; we are taking care of everything for you!  If you are being called away from RCS, please make sure you have noted the 2/28/19 deadline as this is the last day to notify us that you are not returning to avoid a financial commitment.  

Drive Safe

With the influx of teenage drivers on our campus, we are asking parents to remind them about safety during drop off and pick up.  We have had several "close calls" with our new drivers.  We simply ask that you have a conversation with them explaining that drop off and pick up times are the busiest. It is imperative that teen drivers remain alert, drive slowly, and keep an eye out as kids can dart into the street.  

Father/Daughter Dance


Our 3rd Annual Daddy/Daughter Dance was great success!  Thank you to all our wonderful helpers who volunteered their time and donated goodies.  We hope each girl enjoyed this moment with the special man in their lives.  Be on the look-out for information on our Mother/son event coming soon!


February 7

6th grade Enchanted Rock Parent Meeting

at 3:45PM in G8

Spring Preview 6:30PM

February 8

Pep Rally 2:45PM in Competition Gym

LAST District Home Basketball game JV & Varsity Boys and Girls vs Legacy Prep Magnolia at 4:30PM Competition Gym

February 9

SAT Prep Class at RCS

February 12

4H Horse Judging 3:45PM in E Commons

February 13

4H Performing Arts Club at 3:45PM in H136

4H Art Club at 3:45PM in E Commons

February 14

Valentine's Parties K-4

1st Grade Field Trip to Children's Museum

February 15

Grandparents' Day: Early Release 11:30AM

February 16

NO SCHOOL President's Day

February 19

Jr High Baseball vs Faith West

at Premier Baseball at 4PM

February 20


SHADOW DAY Kinder thru 4th 8:30AM-3PM

4H Cooking Club at 3:45PM in E Commons

February 21

Spring Pictures

Jr High Track Meet at 3:45PM

February 22

Go Texan Day

February 23

Varsity Track Meet at RCS

February 25

Jr High Baseball vs Providence

at Premier Baseball at 4PM

February 26

Kinder - 5th grade Storybook Character Day

February 27

4H Archery at Oil Ranch 4PM

February 28

SHADOW DAY 5th - 12th 8:30AM -3PM

RCS Baseball Classic Begins


RCS Athletics are EAGLE STRONG.  The Athletic Booster Club works hard to support athletes in every sport.  Join the Booster Club today by completing the membership form in the link below.

Membership form

 Purchase a Season Pass that will allow entrance to any RCS sporting event.

Dads In Prayer

Come and join us for the Dads in Prayer weekly on Mondays at 7:30AM in Don Barnhart's Office! All prayer fans, prayer warriors, Dads who kneel at the side of your child's bed, and Dads who want to pray more are welcome! 

See you Next Monday!

Moms In Prayer

Amy Hargrove will be hosting a time of prayer for moms.  This meeting will take place in Amy's office, Bldg B, at 8:15 am.  Moms will meet twice per month, please see the dates list below:

February 11 & 25

March 4 & 25

 April 8 & 29

May 6 & 20

Senior Night: Last Home Basketball Game 


This Friday night make plans to come support the Jr Varsity Boys and Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball as they take on Legacy Prep Magnolia. Also it will be a special night to celebrate all of the Senior Basketball Players:  McCray Kelton, Keenan Kelly, Colin Fussell, Jake Howarth, and Evan Thomas.  Come support these kids at the last home game of the regular season next Friday, February 8th, beginning at 4:30 pm.


STUCO: Senior Citizen Day for HS

STUCO wants everyone to celebrate "Senior Night" with a Pep Rally beginning at 2:45 pm in the Competition Gym honoring Basketball, Track, Golf, and Baseball.  High School Students are also encouraged to dress up like a SENIOR CITIZEN!!!  The best Senior Citizen costume will receive a gift card.

Baseball on RCS Home Field this Saturday


Varsity Baseball is well underway and the boys are playing strong.  This Saturday, February 9th, at NOON, you can catch the boys in action as they take on Frassati at the RCS baseball field.

Tell Your Friends:  Shadow Day

A Shadow Day affords prospective students the opportunity to visit the campus and more fully experience all RCS has to offer.  We believe it is best for students to shadow with their current grade level so future students can promptly begin creating meaningful relationships with current RCS students in the same peer group.  The following dates are available:

February 20th - Kindergarten 8:30 am to (OPTIONAL PICK UP) 1 pm or 3pm 

February 20 - 1st through 4th grade 8:30 am to 3pm

February 28th - 5th grade through 12th grade 8:30 am to 3 pm

Click HERE to complete the Shadow Day Pre-Registration Form

New SAT Verbal & Writing Skills Prep Course Offered at RCS


LOCATION: Rosehill Christian School

INSTRUCTOR: Laura Blake, M. Ed.

CLASS TIME: Saturday, February 9, 2019
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 

APPLICANTS: Any high school student planning to take the PSAT or SAT

COST: $150, which includes:

Published SAT course book that includes practice sets and strategies for all Reading, Writing, and Math sections
Supplementary notes and strategies for each verbal section Greek and Latin roots for further vocabulary study
Rhetorical Analysis Essay writing plan Scored SAT essay mailed to student


Please email or call Laura Blake to enroll: bashanandlaurablake@gmail.com or call (713) 515-9417. 

Each class is limited to 25 students so that attention to student progress may be maximized. Payment is due upon enrollment to reserve a space in the class, and so that books may be ordered in a timely manner. Payment is accepted via check or through PayPal. 


Pen and sharpened pencils
Sack lunch or $5 for pizza. We will have a working lunch (Snacks and bottled water will be provided)

 Laura Blake is a master teacher and trainer with eighteen years of experience as a classroom teacher, trainer of teachers and students, and school administrator. 

A former teacher of English Language Arts and currently the Secondary Writing Curriculum Coach for Cy-Fair ISD, Laura has taught students of all ability levels – Pre-AP, AP, G/T, on-level, ESL, and Special Education – in grades 7 through 12. She has written training materials for faculties and school English curricula, and served as an item writer for the TEXES Gifted and Talented teacher certification exam. 

Laura has been training teachers and preparing students to successfully take the English portions of the PSAT, SAT, ACT, STAAR, and AP English exams for over fifteen years. She has also instructed students in how to write college admissions essays for highly selective schools, resulting in admissions to schools such as Texas A&M University, The University of Texas in Austin, MIT, Harvard, TCU, SMU, Baylor, Columbia University, and Yale, among others. 

Laura is a Master English Trainer for the National Math and Science Initiative, and trains middle school and high school teachers around the country on how to effectively implement Pre-AP and Advanced Placement English strategies in their classrooms. She also works with NMSI to prepare students and mentor their teachers in the most effective strategies for successfully taking the AP Language & Composition and the AP Literature & Composition exams. 

Her specializations include: 
Curriculum Design and Implementation
Instructional Coaching and Consulting 
Standardized Test Preparation for Students and Teachers

Laura and her husband, Bashan, are raising 3 young children. They are actively involved in their church, and love to spend time with their family and travel. 

Teacher Spotlight: Alana Smith

1. Where are you from and where did you grow up?

I was born in Lafayette, Louisiana.  I was adopted and raised in Kirbyville, Texas.  

2. Tell us about your family.

My mom is a retired elementary teacher.  My dad is a retired State Trooper for the Department of Public Safety.  My husband is a Professional Engineer. My granny is 90 and lives with us. My son, Gunter, is in 1st grade.

3. When did you realize you wanted to become a teacher?

When I was in 3rd grade, I had problems in school.  I was diagnosed with ADD and Dyslexia. My mom became a teacher because of me.  I wanted to become a teacher when I found out I was dyslexic because I wanted to help struggling students like myself.

4. If you could have any other job, what would it be?

Bulletin board decorator.  Haha!

5. Who is your primary role model?

My mom.  She taught me to be strong, courageous, and never give up on my dreams.  She showed me how to be a good, effective, and strict teacher but how to love on the kids at the same time.

6. What are your hobbies?

I LOVE to sing.  I have been singing solos at church since I was 2 years old.  I also enjoy cross-stitching and reading.

7. What is most rewarding about your job?

I love to see the “light bulb” turn on when a student finally understands something.  I also like to have former students come back and tell me that they miss me.

8. If you could live anywhere else, where would it be?

Tennessee.  It is beautiful there and I would live in a log cabin.

9. What is your all time favorite movie?

The Sound of Music

10. What food is like a guilty pleasure to you?

I love shrimp.  I could eat it everyday.  

11.  What is your favorite Bible verse/Bible character and why?

Philippians 4:13

12. What is the last book you read?

Balancing It All by Candace Cameron Bure- I read at least one book a week on my Kindle.  Sometimes I have several books going at once.

13. What do you remember most about elementary, middle, or high school?

My fondest memory of high school was being in the band and going to State Marching Competition 2 years.  Band and flag corps was my life!

14. What is your biggest pet peeve?

Bad drivers!

15. Describe yourself in 3 words.

organized, driven, perfectionist

16. What is your worst fear?

Something happening to my son

17. How long have you been teaching?

14 years

18. Any advice for RCS students?

Whatever you want to achieve in life, work hard, have determination, and don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do it.  If you want it bad enough, you can make it happen.

19. Memorable Quote?

If you believe it, you can achieve it.- Scott Shepard, high school band director.


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