Ferdinand is not your typical bull. He is an outcast compared to the rest of his herd. He is against violence, which becomes a bit of a problem when he is taken by five men. Ferdinand prefers friends and flowers over aggression and fighting. Yet, five men come and take Ferdinand to use in a […]
On November 17  at McKinney Christian Academy, the Lower School held an event for grandparents and great friends of the students. This annual event occurs the day before Thanksgiving Break. The grandparents and great friends are able to go to the Student Life Center to hear the students sing songs, along with browsing the artwork […]
The annual Parade of Lights took place Saturday, December 9th, in Downtown McKinney. This year’s theme is,”Legends of Christmas.” The parade features over 50 floats from small businesses, clubs, and marching bands traveling around the downtown streets for people to enjoy. They are also being judged for prizes. McKinney Christian’s Marching Band, led by Ken […]
Varsity boys basketballThe MCA boys Varsity basketball team played in the Highway 5 Classic basketball tournament on December 7th and 9th. Though the team lost 0-4, the boys plan on improving soon with the football season over. Football players that are on the basketball team now have a clear schedule to help the team win. Mac Grimes, […]
Very few teams make it to the state championship during their season. For the Varsity Football team this was a goal that seemed unattainable until this season. For the first time in our school’s history the Mustangs had the opportunity to compete for a state title. In honor of the occasion, students were given the […]
Last week a little miracle came into the world. Our campus pastor, Pastor Trey, has a new baby girl. On November 30, 2017 at 6:55am, Claire Jordan Postelle was born. She weighed 6lbs 12oz and was 19 1/2 inches long. Pastor Trey said: “We, my bride and I, are overwhelmed with joy and gladness.  The Lord […]
Over the past few weeks the Middle School students donated items to help with the care packages for VFW soldiers. Many 6th graders got together for community service day and prepared goodie bags filled with the donated items such as deodorant, tooth brushes, non-perishable foods and handmade cards that were to later be sent off […]
Abigail Dahl and Jake GerardisAfter their competitive auditions on December 1 and 2, freshman Jake Gerardis and eighth-grader Abigail Dahl found out that they had won a seat in several notable bands. Eighth-grader Abigail Dahl auditioned for a spot in the public school All-Region band on the French horn, competing against students from cities across North Texas. She won […]