New Schedule – Many New Sections

We have added many new sections for this fall.  Please download the schedule below for details.  Also, we want to welcome Erin Holcomb to our Language Arts faculty.  She will be great! hbspt.cta.load(5106977, '1e4376a6-7491-42a5-a120-ceab405370b9', {});

New Sections and Teachers

Due to high demand, we are adding several sections including Math 5, Math 7, Language Arts 1, Language Arts 2, Language Arts 3, The Great Conversation 3 and The Great Conversation 6.  We are also welcoming our newest teacher, Heather Axelson, and welcoming back a former teacher, Todd Lowery.  Use the link below to download the latest full schedule. hbspt.cta.load(5106977, '1e4376a6-7491-42a5-a120-ceab405370b9', {});

Following Christ in a Changing World

Wilson Hill Bluebonnets9 Apr 2020

Simon Peter said to them, “I am going fishing.” They said to him, “We will go with you.” They went out and got into the boat, but that night they caught nothing. Just as day was breaking, Jesus stood on the shore; yet the disciples did not know that it was Jesus. --John 21:3-4 This past March 12, my 20-year old son, who plays lacrosse in college, called me out of the blue.  “Dad,” he

Freedom and Remembrance

2 Jul 2018

This week we mark the 242nd anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.  From every waterslide, let freedom ring!  In addition to water sports, we will be celebrating fireworks, hot dogs, ice cream, BBQ, patriotic politicians and red-white-and-blue.  And in the midst of all of this celebration, it is easy to forget to remember what it is all about. The children of Israel could certainly identify!  God repeatedly reminded them to remember what

Independence Day

5 Jul 2016

Today is the 5th of July.  I hope your celebration of the 4th included ice cream, hot dogs, swimming pools, fireworks and many other common ways we celebrate “Independence Day”.  But as we celebrated yesterday, I also noticed that our culture seems far more focused on the three-day weekend celebration than on the liberties we often take for granted.  If Rip Van Winkle were to awake again two centuries after his “brief” two-decade nap, what

Entering Into Advent

As I write this we are approaching the second Sunday of Advent according to the church calendar. I have not always thought of the yearly cycle in these terms. I grew up in a secular household that relegated religion to holidays characterized mostly by Santa and the Easter Bunny. Even after responding consciously to God's call on my life as an adult, I continued for some time to order my life around the secular calendar.