In the News

The Paladin Varsity Golf team traveled to Victoria early this week for their regional tournament and narrowly missed out on a trip to the state tournament, finishing in fifth place out of the over twenty schools that play golf in TAPPS 2A. Tad Latawiec won a four-man playoff to advance to the state tournament as and individual medalist and will represent PCS in Waco later this month. Please congratulate Tad when you see him around campus and wish him luck with the state tournament in two weeks.

Congratulations MS Golf Team on winning 1st Place at The Woodlands Methodist Invitational. Our Paladins are AMAZING!

The Paladin Varsity Tennis team traveled to Kerrville for the Regional championship this week.  At the completion of competition, nine of our twelve participants qualified for the state championship tournament in Waco later this month! Singles player Anika Benthem is headed to state along with doubles teams of Nikki Stevens/Emory Fields (3rd place in region) and Savannah Molitoriss/Holly Ross (6th place in region) for the Paladin ladies. These girls, along with singles players Sarah Overcash, combined to finish as the second place team in the TAPPS 2A South Region! For the boys, doubles pairings of Connor Johnson/Colin Fields (3rd place in region) and Addison Lindsey/Drew White (7th place in region) qualified for the state tournament. Singles players Wesley Bruce and Jacob Turner also played outstanding tennis during their first taste of regional championship action. Please congratulate them when you see them and wish them well as they prepare for the state finals in two weeks.

Junior students Emma Wilson and Lauryn Wright represented PCS at the Houston Rotary Club’s Camp Enterprise at Camp Allen in Navasota April 6-8th, 2018.  Camp Enterprise is an extensive three- day camp offering students from throughout the Houston area the opportunity to participate in leadership activities focused on the Free Enterprise System.  Senior Colin Post delivered the opening remarks at the weekend as the Service Above Self Scholarship Recipient from the 2017 Camp Enterprise Weekend.  Emma Wilson’s group won the competitive team award for the weekend resulting in a $500 scholarship for each member.  Lauryn Wright’s team won the talent show for the weekend.  Congratulations to each of these students for their accomplishments.

PCS Juniors Collin Fields, Emory Fields and Emma Wilson participated in the NASA High School Aerospace Scholars Program during the 2017-2018 school year.  This one-of-a-kind experience is designed for Texas high school juniors to explore the possibilities of a STEM related major or career.  This free program begins in the fall of junior year with an on-line course and culminates for the top students with an on-site weeklong learning experience at NASA’s Johnson Space Center.  All students who complete the HAS program receive an extra science elective credit on their official transcript. Congratulations to Emory Fields and Emma Wilson for being selected to attend the summer HAS experience. 

The American Legion Boys and Girls State programs are among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school students. These summer programs allow each student to become part of the operation of his or her local, county, and state government. Participants in these summer programs are exposed to the rights, privileges, duties and the responsibilities, of a franchised citizen. The training is objective and practical, with city, county, and state governments operated by the students elected to the various offices.

Congratulations to Collin Fields, Jacob Hauck, Connor Johnson, Addison Lindsey, Mitch Martina and Drew White who were selected to represent PCS at Texas Boys State in Austin this summer.

Congratulations to Emory Fields, Jessica Garrett, Emma Wilson and Lauryn Wright who were selected to represent PCS at Texas Girls State in Seguin this summer.

Senior Sean Foster has been honored by TAPPS as a 1st Team All-State basketball player for the 2017-2018 season.  Sean led the Paladins to the program’s first playoff appearance and playoff victory since the school graduated from 1A to 2A six years ago.  He averaged over 22 points and 18 rebounds for the season.  Sean was also honored with selection to the 18th annual “Maypearl Texas Roundup”, a basketball all-star game for senior boys on Saturday, March 17, 2018.  Participation in this all-star event is restricted to 24 high school seniors from Class 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A Texas high schools who have not signed athletic scholarships but are viewed as genuine college basketball prospects.  The event annually draws over fifty college basketball scouts who are there to evaluate and recruit the players.  Sean is one of only two players selected from private schools this year and the first Paladin to be selected for this great honor.  Information for the event can be found at


Houston Apologetics Day Equips Christians to Defend Their Faith


Houston Baptist University’s (HBU) inaugural Houston Apologetics Day drew a racially and generationally diverse crowd to Champion Forest Baptist Church Oct. 8. The day-long lecture series featured Christian apologists from the university and church in a first-time partnership for the event. Among those who attended were Sean Dickard and Brad Finkbeiner who are mentioned in this article.

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Lady Paladins Advance to Regional Finals


For the first time since the program began, the Lady Paladins varsity volleyball team earned a spot in the TAPPS playoffs! The Lady Paladins handled the Victoria Faith Academy Cougars with ease in the Bi-District match, winning three sets to zero, and then dominated a match against state-ranked Brazosport Christian to win the Area Championship. They played their best volleyball of the season during the playoffs and came out just short in the Regional Finals, losing in a winner-take-all fifth set 3-0 to #2 ranked Bryan Saint Joseph. Both teams were representing District 6 as they battled head-to-head for the third time this season, with Saint Joseph advancing by the narrowest of margins. 

Congratulations to the only senior on the team, Julia Critchfield, as well as the rest of the players and coaches for an incredible season.

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Playground Dedication


Mr. Sherwood Beckley never sought fame; he would try his best to be a silent giver. The naming of the two years in waiting playground equipment comes at the two year anniversary of his earth suit departure. It was Sherwood's heart to build things that would serve the childern to further the mission of PCS. What a beautiful and powerful way to remember the friendship and mission-minded living he demonstrated to all at PCS through his practical woodworking, randam acts of kindness, prayers, estate, and other generous giving.

As we go through the day, let us see the joy and fellowship of our school body enjoying the playground equipment. Let us give thanks to God upon remembrance of His endearing personality and continual kindnesses. Sherwood was a cheerful giver and certaininly God's provision to promote the mission of PCS.

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