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...for it is God who works in you to will and to act in order to fulfill his good purpose.  Philippians 2:13

2018-2019 Annual Golf Tournament Coming Soon

Our advancement team is once again requesting your help to make this year's Annual Golf Tournament a success.

This effort provides financial support for the entire school and can only be successful with your partnership. We are pleased to let you know that we were blessed with our best year ever last year! With over 100 players and proceeds that net over $52,000, we were able to share some of our proceeds with charities supporting victims of  Harvey.

This year's golf tournament will be held on Monday, November 5, 2018, at High Meadow Ranch.

Please review the details by clicking on the link HERE.

This event is open to friends and family and is enjoyed by all who participate, so please help spread the word!

Interested, contact Andrea Sharayha at 713-826-7050 or email click here.

Eagle Football Improves to 4-0

Varsity Football continued their winning ways on Friday with a 42-0 win over Colmesneil High School. The Eagles jumped out to a 7-0 lead on an 11 yard pass from Trevor Manning to Vonte Green early in the first quarter. Kicker, Brady Ward, was a perfect 6-6 on extra points on the night.

The defense continued its dominating play, forcing the Bulldogs to turn it over four times and gain less than 100 yards of total offense. Senior, Braeden Kobza, fell on two fumbles for the Eagles. Senior, Hans Barrios, rambled 54 yards for a touchdown to make the score 14-0.  Following another Bulldog turnover, Manning hit Sophomore wide receiver, Ben Nicholson, with a 25 yard pitch and catch, and it was 21-0 after the first quarter.

The second quarter saw Vonte Green score on a 15 yard run to make the score 28-0 at the half. The Eagles scored twice in the third quarter. Kyle Floris, who finished with over 100 yards rushing, scored from 80 yards out, and Vonte Green found the end zone on a 9 yard run.

The defense was led by Green and Manning who had 13 and 10 tackles respectively. The Eagles are off this week before heading to Fort Worth to take on Calvary Christian at 4 PM on October 13th.


BONFIRE log donation


Homecoming is just around the corner! Mark your calendars for the week of October 22-27.  In preparation for the big week, bonfire logs are needed!! If you can donate wood for the bonfire, please contact Dwain Bankston at 713-907-3236.  Please come out and help build the bonfire on Saturday, October 20, at 2 pm.  All are welcome!

October 4

 JH Volleyball A,B,&C teams vs Northland 4:30 PM Auxiliary Gym

JH Football vs First Baptist

Pasadena 6 PM

NEON: Wear neon t shirt to school

Varsity Volleyball vs Providence 6PM Competition Gym

October 5

 NO SCHOOL K-5 Parent/Teacher Conferences

Regular school day for grades 6-12

Pre School Trike - a- Thon

October 1-5

Waller County Fair and Livestock Show

October 8

NO SCHOOL Columbus Holiday

NO Young Life Club

October 9-12

High School Pinnacle

October 15-17

5th Grade Pine Cove Field Trip

October 16

JH XC District Meet at The Woodlands Christian Academy

October 17

4H Cooking Club 3:45PM E Commons

October 18-19

NO SCHOOL Student Holiday - Staff Development

October 18

Family Night at Showboat Drive In

Varsity Volleyball vs Legacy Prep

Competition Gym at 5PM

October 19

Varsity Football vs Legacy Prep at 7PM

PINK OUT: Breast Cancer Awareness

wear PINK to game

October 22-26


October 24

PSAT 8th-11th grade - more details coming soon


RCS Booster Club Fundraiser

Support RCS Athletes by purchasing the Fall edition of the RCS Athletic Program/Media Guide. The guide includes rosters and schedules for all Fall sports, senior athlete spotlights, coaches' bios, autograph pages (for our "Eaglets") and much more. The guide may be purchased for $10 at home games or by contacting rcseaglesboosterclub@gmail.com. Supply is limited, so get yours early!

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.

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


HOCO Schedule of Events


Homecoming is the week of October 22-27.  Below is the schedule of events by grade level:

GRADES K-8: Spirit Chains

Seniors will be selling chains school wide beginning Monday, October 22nd.  They will be available in the mornings at the beginning of the school day. 10 links for $1.

Take a look at the prizes:

K-2 Winner will receive an ice cream sundae party!

3-5 Winner will receive an ice cream sundae party!

6-8 Winner will receive an ice cream sundae party!

GRADES 5-8:  Golf Cart Decoration Contest

Each class will get the opportunity to decorate a golf cart.  Golf carts will be judged by the school at the bonfire. All carts will be displayed at the football game.  Winners get a free dress day! For complete guidelines and rules click here.

GRADES 9-12:  In addition to THEMED DRESS DAYS, the following activities are planned:

1. THEME: Happily Ever After

2. Dress up days:

Monday-Pirate Day

Tuesday - Video Game Day

Wednesday - Dressy Day - (PSAT this day )

Thursday - Class Theme Day (Seniors - Disney/Marvel/Star Wars;  Juniors - Holiday Day; Sophomores - Onesie Day; Freshmen - College Day)

Friday - Spirit Day

BEST DRESSED STUDENT:  Each class will nominate one student to compete during lunch with other classes.  Each class is limited to one entry, unless the theme mandates more than one person (maximum two entries).  The four finalists will be presented and judged by a panel of teachers. The overall best dressed student in the high school will receive a prize.  One prize for best dressed student will be awarded each day.

DECORATE THE HALL:  Monday - Wednesday. Decorating must end at 4 pm on Wednesday.  Winning hall will be announced at the Homecoming Game during Halftime.  More info click here.

HOMECOMING DANCE:  Tickets will be $25 early and $30 at the door.  Saturday night from 7 pm to 10:30 pm in the H Commons.  


All grades are invited to participate in the Bonfire Thursday night.

Pack up and be ready for PINNACLE NEXT WEEK

Remember there is NO SCHOOL on Monday, 10/8.  We will leave for Pinnacle on Tuesday morning.  Report to school at the regular time (8 am) with your bags packed. Click here for  What to Bring.  All medication needs to be in a ziploc bag and turned into Sabrina Krantz upon arrival to school Tuesday morning.  No medications are allowed to remain in the luggage. All luggage needs to be taken to the competition gym in bldg H.

Come out and support Varsity Volleyball TONIGHT

Thank you to all the fans that came out to cheer on the varsity volleyball team last week.  We have a game tonight at 6 pm. We need a BIG turn out to cheer on the girls.


PTO Fundraiser

Please click on Cherrydale website and share with your friends and family. There is so much more to this fundraiser than Otis Spunkmeyer cookies!  Order forms can be turned into the Building B & D offices any time, but no later than TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9th. ABSOLUTELY NO order forms will be accepted after this deadline.


Don't miss upcoming College Fairs

Upcoming College Fairs: Click on the links provided for more information.

Lone Star Tomball - October 11, 2018

Performing and Visual Arts College Fair - October 18, 2018

Flu Shot Clinic Coming Soon


Mark your calendars!  RCS Flu Clinic will be held on Tuesday, October 23rd beginning at 7:30 am.  More information to come!


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