National Honor Society (NHS)-High school students are selected for membership to The National Honor Society based on excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) - Middle school students are selected for membership to NJHS based on excellence in the area of scholarship, service, leadership and character.
Youth and Government (YAG) -High school students may participate in YAG sponsored by the YMCA. TCS students have received numerous local and state awards while participating in this program.
Spirit Week/Homecoming - Spirit week and Homecoming is a time of celebration at TCS. The week begins with themed dress days chosen by the class officers from each grade and culminates with our Friday night homecoming game where we welcome home our alumni.
Spirit Day –The first Monday of every month, students are allowed to wear any TCS t-shirt which has been purchased through the school (i.e. band, SST, sports team, etc.).
Christian Leadership Council (CLC)-consists of specially selected 9th-12th grade students who wish to be leaders in the truest sense. The CLC serves the school and students in numerous ways, assuming responsibility for the day to day atmosphere of the school.
Class Officers- Students in 6th -12th grades elect class officers at the beginning of the school year. Officer postitions include President, Vice-President and Secretary/Treasurer.
Temple Chapel Leaders (TCL) is an organization designed with the intent of training and equipping musicians, worship leaders, and sound technicians. With an emphasis on serving the local church, TCL gives 8th-12th grade students an opportunity to produce a full-scale, live worship experience to be presented in the weekly chapel services. These leaders are taught how to build a worship service from the ground up, rehearse with a band, and lead their peers in song. TCL has proven to be the backbone of our school's weekly worship experience.
Chapel- Chapel takes place each Wednesday for students in 6th-12th grades. Speakers come from school faculty, pastors from Temple Baptist Church or individuals from outside churches and ministries. Worship is led by TCS students. Chapel provides an opportunity for Temple students, faculty, staff and parents to come together to experience growth as they learn and worship together as a member of the body of Christ.
Spiritual Emphasis Week- Temple Christian School believes our mission is to train up a generation of students who will change the world with the power of the Gospel, we intentionally craft environments that seek to encourage our student body in their faith journey. One of the ways we do that is by setting aside the time for our Spiritual Emphasis Weeks. For one week in the Fall and one week in the Spring, we essentially have Chapel services for several days in a row. Typically, our Pastor unpacks the theme for the year in the Fall Spiritual Emphasis Week. In the Spring, we typically bring in a special speaker to bring a challenge to our students. We feel that Spiritual Emphasis Week is one more way that Temple Christian School is Decidedly Different & Distinctly Christian.
Eighth Grade - The 8th grade class takes a five-day, four-night trip to our nation's capitol. While in Washington D.C., the students learn about the history of our nation and how the Bible and God are intertwined throughout the city.
Sophomores - The 10th grade class spends three days and two nights in Oklahoma City, OK, where they visit the National Memorial and Museum, the Governor’s Mansion, the Stockyards, and many other places of interest.
Juniors - The 11th grade class takes a three-day, two-night trip to San Marcos, Gruene and San Antonio. Students tour the Riverwalk, visit historic sites, sightsee and shop!
Seniors - The 12th grade class travels to New York, Boston, and Stockbridge for one week. Students fly to Boston where they tour Boston’s Freedom Trail, see The USS Constitution, visit the Boston Tea Party Museum, Lexington and Concord and many other historical sites including Fenway Park. After leaving Boston, students visit historic Stockbridge, the home of Norman Rockwell and the Red Lion Inn. In New York, students visit the Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, Radio City Music Hall, NBC Studios, the MET, 9/11 Museum and additional popular sights. While in New York students will attend a Broadway show, a sporting event, and visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Fun cuisine is offered throughout the trip to enhance the cultural experience.