College Guidance News

College Guidance News

The latest news and posts from Grace Community College Guidance.
Jay Blogs – A Generation of Hope

Jay Blogs – A Generation of Hope

This week, I had the opportunity to attend an extraordinary conference of Christian educators from all over the world.  Leaders involved in Christian schooling from Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America gathered in San Diego to encourage each other and discuss...

Jay Blogs – Come to the Table

Jay Blogs – Come to the Table

There is a sacred space in your home, potentially as important to the spiritual, emotional, and physical health of your family as your local church.  It is your table. “The table is the place of intimacy,” Henri Nouwen says, “the place where we discover each other,”...

GCS Students Chosen for Texas All-State Choir

GCS Students Chosen for Texas All-State Choir

Congratulations to Grace Seniors Henry Bauman and Mikey Poisson for being selected for the Texas All-State Choir. After three rounds of auditions that began in September with over 14,000 students across the state, Henry and Mikey were among the 600 students chosen...

Jay Blogs – Hope

Jay Blogs – Hope

I miss having little kids at Christmastime. Adult children at Christmas has its charms, like sleeping late on Christmas morning, and a slower, more relaxed pace to the day. But I find myself grieving the lost excitement of watching our kids anticipating Christmas...

Christian College Fair

Christian College Fair

The Christian College Fair, will be Thursday, Sept 30, from 6 pm to 8 pm in the GCS High School Gym. The fair is FREE & many of the top Christian colleges & universities will be in attendance. For details, including a list of attendees, visit...

Jay Blogs – A Completely Other Thing

Jay Blogs – A Completely Other Thing

On Tuesday, I sat on a panel discussion of educators and policymakers at the Heritage Foundation in Washington D.C. The purpose of the panel was to discuss a book all the panelists contributed to entitled Religious Liberty and Education. The book was a collection of...

Jay Blogs – Reset

Jay Blogs – Reset

I’m not gonna lie: this empty nesting thing is fantastic. Before you judge me as callous, remember, the purpose of all this, all you’re doing with these kiddos, is to raise and release. I know it’s hard to imagine now, because they’re so young and cute and all, but...

Grace Wins Top State Honors with 2021 Henderson Cup

Grace Wins Top State Honors with 2021 Henderson Cup

Grace Community School wins the 2021 Henderson Cup, the overall state championship award given by the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS). This annual award is presented to the school that earns the most points in 27 TAPPS competitions in a...

Jay Blogs – A Grace-Filled Approach to STEM

Jay Blogs – A Grace-Filled Approach to STEM

I am sometimes asked why we make such a heavy financial investment in what, over the past decade or so, has come to be known as “STEM”-science, technology, engineering, and math-here at Grace. Others have asked why we don’t go even more “all in,” focusing on STEM to...

Grace Senior Aaron Seto Named National Merit Semifinalist

Grace Senior Aaron Seto Named National Merit Semifinalist

Community School is proud to announce Senior Aaron Seto was named as a National Merit Semifinalist. Seto now has the opportunity to be included among the elite group of National Merit Scholars. Seto has been a student at Grace since JrK. Throughout his time at Grace...

Jay Blogs – Love Lavishly

Jay Blogs – Love Lavishly

Love is perhaps the most overused word in the English language, the most powerful force in the universe, our most desperate need, and yet the quality the world needs most right now. Our theme this school year is “love lavishly.” And, I love that the Lord gave us this...