Why Christ Community School?
Our school ends in 8th grade, and as you know, the youngest years of education are foundational to a child’s development. As parents, we all want the best for our young ones, so this brings us to ask: how can we provide the highest quality foundational experience for them?
When high school is removed from a youth-specific environment, the focus and resources are crafted specifically for younger students, and their growth becomes the focal point of the school. We take a wholesome approach to education that covers their spiritual, intellectual, academic, and individual needs. Spirituality is an invaluable component to childhood surroundings as they are particularly impressionable from the ages of 3 – 13. While their interests and identities are still forming, at our school they are implored to step up and become role models, rather than looking to high-school age counterparts to take the lead.
Our Guiding Principles
Our mission is to provide a superior education in a warm, caring atmosphere that will equip students to serve and lead in Christ. The purpose of Christ Community School is to provide a traditional academic education integrated with the Christian worldview in such a way that:
God may be glorified and His Son, Jesus Christ, may be made known and accepted as the only way to eternal life, through the power and working of His Holy Spirit,
That all activities of the school through its students, faculty, staff, parents, supporters, and Board of Directors will model God’s standards for each of our lives, namely: To do what is just; To show constant love; and to live in humble fellowship with our God. (Micah 6:8)
Statement of Faith
These statements of faith are acknowledged and held in agreement by all associated with Christ Community School:
We believe that the Bible is the only inspired written word of God and is inerrant by His design; that God is all powerful and the Creator of heaven and earth – in a triune God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; that Jesus is the Son of God, conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of a virgin, that Jesus led a sinless life, and that His death on the cross and resurrection paid the penalty for sin and purchased salvation for all who acknowledge Him as Lord and Savior.
Ephesians 2:8-9 that “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith….not by works.”
We believe that the Holy Spirit indwells every believer at the moment of spiritual rebirth and that the Holy Spirit unifies us and enables us as believers to accomplish the will of God; and that Jesus Christ will literally return to this Earth to claim His own and that unbelievers will be eternally separated from God.
Meet the Head of School
Gerald Evans began serving and leading Christ Community School as principal in 2016. He has been in public education for 30 years and taught junior high for seven years in Aldine ISD. He served as junior high and high school assistant principal for twelve years in both Aldine ISD and Magnolia ISD. He was also campus principal at Bear Branch Junior High in Magnolia ISD for 10 years, and has won an award for being Principal of the Year.
Mr. Evans was born in Columbus, Texas and raised in the north Houston. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology from the University of Houston in 1985 and a second Bachelor of Arts degree from the same university in social science teacher education in 1986. He earned his Master of Arts degree in school administration and supervision from the University of Houston in 1992. Mr. Evans and his wife, Laura, have been married since 1994, have four kids, and attend Joyful Life Lutheran Church. Laura is a 5th grade teacher at Bear Branch Elementary.
Board of Directors
Christ Community School is governed by a Board of Directors that seeks to honor God and the responsibility given to them. The Board is a group of representatives who meet to determine the overall direction of the school. Serving voluntarily, the group is comprised of parents, family and faculty who are members of the community with a variety of backgrounds, knowledge and experience all sharing a vested interest in the school and its ultimate success. The Board believes that each child has the capability to succeed and that is is the board’s job to ensure that success.
Our board representatives are: Scott Burrow – President of the Board; Angela Sanders – Vice President; Richard Coyle – Treasurer; Catherine Rugano – Secretary; and the board members Rekeshia Bennett, Christi Wren, Scott Karol, and Kenneth Prejean.
Here at Christ Community School, we’re always on the lookout for more individuals that are aligned with our mission, vision, and faith. If applying for teaching positions we look for a few qualifications from all individuals, to ensure that the needs of our students are properly met.
- Our K-5 teachers must hold at least a bachelor’s degree in education from a recognized college or university (Generalist EC-6 Standard), hold a valid teaching certificate (issued by the ACSI, State of Texas, or other state as approved by administration) and/or be willing to apply for ACSI/Texas Teacher Certificate.
- Our 6 – 8 teachers must hold at least a bachelor’s degree in education from a recognized college or university in a discipline related to the core subject to be taught or Generalist 4-8 Standard, hold a valid teaching certificate (issued by the ACSI, State of Texas, or other state as approved by administration) and/or be willing to apply for ACSI/Texas Teacher Certificate, and must have experience teaching in one or more of the following areas: ELA, Reading, Texas History, U.S. History, Science, IPC, Biology, Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Algebra, Bible.
For both teaching, and substitute positions, please fill out our PDF application and send it along with your resume to email@example.com.
For applications other than teaching positions..
Christ Community School is always seeking strong applicants who feel God’s calling to make a difference in the lives of our students. If you are interested in joining our team in any capacity, please send your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.