High School

Our culture is one that’s all about Jesus.

In Rebelbase’s High School Ministry, we go deeper into what it means to be His followers. We’re ready to move beyond the basics — we want to help students answer the question, “What’s next?”

While we’re figuring that out together in Home Groups and Shift, we’ll have a lot of fun because Jesus isn’t boring. Everything about Him is incredibly exciting. And so is life in Rebelbase.

Fall 2017 Calendar

August 27 Parent Meeting
September 13 Shift Bible Study Begins
September 17 Home Group Kick-off Dessert Theater Night
September 27 Uncensored Community Event
October 14 Couch Olympics
November 12 Color Wars
November 20 Mission Event
December 1 Mission Event: Special Needs Christmas Party
December 8 – 10 The Big Chill
December 9 Family Mission Event: Angel Tree Gift Delivery
December 20 – 21 All Night Extravaganza

Weekly Events

Crowded House Sundays, 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Shift Bible Study Wednesdays, 8:00 – 9 p.m.

Teen Sunday School: Where the Bible Meets Life

This new "traditional style" Sunday school class for teens is sponsored by Student Ministries. The class will be led by a team of parents and start with a curriculum called Bible Studies for Life. Teens will study the Bible together and find biblical wisdom and responses to real life and every day issues. Teens will learn to apply God’s Word to their lives in an intentional way. They will also experience prayer, fellowship, teachings, and small group discussion through an ongoing curriculum. Register now.

Registration is not required but we'd like to know if you are planning to attend and begin building the class roster. If you're interested in more information, please complete the information at the Registration link.

Home Groups

We believe that true growth and spiritual formation happens in community, in tightly knit families where students feel like they belong and can connect with other Christians. High school students in Rebelbase find those things in Home Groups, our small group Bible studies.

Led by adults who love Jesus and want to share Him with your students, Home Groups meet each week in a different group members home because we want each group to be more than a group that meets once a week, but rather a group who welcomes one another into each others lives. Wherever your home group meets, students will find Jesus and grow in their faith in Home Groups.

Shift Bible Study

At Shift, our Wednesday night Bible study, we want high school students to turn to Jesus.

There are no gimmicks, no frills. Just worship, the Word and community.

Shift starts at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesdays, starting back up on September 7. This semester we will be taking a look at some old Hymns and reflecting on their history and the richness of their words.

We get together with students in the middle of the week to hang out, worship and study the Bible. We go through chunks of scripture, and look for the truth that’s in it so we can shift into who God wants us to be.

Crowded House

Crowded House is our loud, high-energy experience for students on Sunday mornings.

Everyone worships together, and afterward, students split into smaller groups to learn about Jesus and have some fun and fellowship with others their age.

We have two worship services starting at 9:30 and 11:00ish, but students often come early to grab coffee or a bite to eat and hang out.



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Suicide: A Christian Perspective Crowded House | January 10, 2016 | Dave Edwards


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High School Home Groups (Small Groups)

High School Small Groups our the heartbeat behind our ministry. Our hope is that each high school student is part of a small group, intentionally being poured into by an adult leader.

Registration will open on August 1 for the 2017-2018 session.

Starts September 17

Contact: Caitlin Dale

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Uncensored Community Event

Uncensored is a community-wide event for parents and teenagers, which hopes to bring light to things that are often left in the darkness. Too often, people feel trapped within their own struggles and don’t know where to turn for help. This event will focus on many aspects of social media and the impacts they are having on our teens. Throughout the event, professionals and experts from many backgrounds will have a chance to shed light on this important topic.

Register for child care (Registration will open August 1)

September 27
5:15 p.m.

Contact: Michael Dale

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High School Couch Olympics

Everyone loves a little friendly competition! This is a scavenger hunt with a twist--- all pictures must be taken on a couch which you take with you from place to place! All team members must be on the couch in each picture.

Registration will open August 1.

October 14
6:00 p.m.

Contact: Michael Dale

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High School Color Wars

The first annual Rebelbase Color War! Invite all your friends and meet us for this free event. You're sure to be covered from head to toe from this festive bash.

November 12
2:00 p.m.

Cost: Free

Contact: Michael Dale

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High School Big Chill Weekend

High School every year gets the chance to get away from all the chaos at home and just CHILL for a weekend. Come join the weekend of December 2 - 4 as we get away to Frontier Ranch for an all-out amazing reatreat. Only $175 for a chance to chill with the Big Man upstairs and forget finals for just a bit!

Registration will open August 1.

Starts December 8

Cost: $175 per person

Contact: Michael Dale

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All-Night Extravaganza

What do you want to do on the last day of school before Christmas Break? Stay up all night with 250 of your closest friends, duh! The night includes ice skating at the Galleria, a midnight movie, Dave and Busters featuring unlimited video games, junk food buffet, and round trip charter bus transportation.
Cost is $80 (price goes up to $90 on December 9th)
Meet at 8:30 p.m. at church and return at 7:00 a.m.
Space is limited and will fill up fast!

Registration will open August 1.

Starts December 20

Cost: $80 per person (goes up to $90 on December 13)

Contact: Caitlin Dale

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Dave Ramsey’s Foundations in Personal Finance (August 7 – 11)

Many Financial Peace University students and graduates have said, “If I had only had this information at an earlier age, life could have been so different.” Well, we've offered this course multiple times over the last four years and have put approximately 240 high school and college students through the course, and it has made such an impact that we are offering it four times this year!




Unit One – Saving and Budgeting

Chapter One – Introduction to Personal Finance

  • Section 1: What Is Personal Finance
  • Section 2: Money, the American Way
  • Section 3: You and Money

Chapter Two – Saving

  • Section 1: Saving: An Exercise of Character
  • Section 2: Three Basic Reasons to Save Money
  • Section 3: The Power of Compound Interest

Chapter Three – Budgeting

  • Section 1: Budgeting 101
  • Section 2: The Basics of Banking
  • Section 3: The Importance of Having a Zero-Based Budget

Unit Two – Credit and Debt

Chapter Four – Debt

  • Section 1: Debt: Product, Not Privilege
  • Section 2: Debunking the Credit Myths
  • Section 3: The Credit Score
  • Section 4: Credit Bureaus and Identity Theft

Chapter Five – Life After High School

  • Section 1: Beware and Be Wise
  • Section 2: Start with the End in Mind
  • Section 3: Cash-Flow Your College Education
  • Section 4: Education Options for the 21st Century

Chapter Six – Consumer Awareness

  • Section 1: Buyer Beware
  • Section 2: Buyer’s Remorse
  • Section 3: Opportunity Cost

Unit Three – Financial Planning and Insurance

Chapter Seven –Bargain Shopping

  • Section 1: Bargain Shopping: Part of a Healthy Financial Plan
  • Section 2: The Seven Basic Rules of Negotiating
  • Section 3: Places to Find Great Deals

Chapter Eight – Investing and Retirement

  • Section 1: Investing 101
  • Section 2: Types of Investments
  • Section 3: Employer Benefits and Retirement Plans

Chapter Nine – Insurance

  • Section 1: Protecting Your Wealth
  • Section 2: Basic Types of Coverage
  • Section 3: The Importance of Life Insurance
  • Section 4: Insurance to Avoid

Unit Four – Income, Taxes, and Giving

Chapter 10 – Money and Relationships

  • Section 1: Understanding Your Money Personality
  • Section 2: Marriage and Money
  • Section 3: Communication is Key

Chapter 11 - Careers and Taxes

  • Section 1: Self-Assessment
  • Section 2: Goal Setting
  • Section 3: You Won’t Love the Entry Level
  • Section 4: Best Practices of Successful People
  • Section 5: Income and Taxes

Chapter 12 – Giving

  • Section 1: False Perceptions
  • Section 2: Make an Impact
  • Section 3: Give Your Time and Talents
  • Section 4: Define Your Legacy
Starts August 7

Location: Jones Library – A105

Cost: $85 per person

Contact: Terry Loughridge

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Art With Vision

Fall 2017

Work in a variety of media to create original artwork that illustrates Scripture. This is a great way to further spiritual growth in yourself and others. Young adults to seniors may join at any point.

Taught by Julie Graham, Art With Vision is a combination of doing art in community and a Bible study.

Starts September 12

Location: Rehearsal Room A

Contact: Stephen Jones

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Art With Vision

Summer 2017

Work in a variety of media to create original artwork that illustrates Scripture. This is a great way to further spiritual growth in yourself and others. Young adults to seniors may join at any point.

Taught by Julie Graham, Art With Vision is a combination of doing art in community and a Bible study.

Through August 1

Location: Rehearsal Room A

Contact: Stephen Jones

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Dave Ramsey’s Foundations in Personal Finance (July 24 – 28)

Many Financial Peace University students and graduates have said, “If I had only had this information at an earlier age, life could have been so different.” Well, we've offered this course multiple times over the last four years and have put approximately 240 high school and college students through the course, and it has made such an impact that we are offering it four times this year!




Unit One – Saving and Budgeting

Chapter One – Introduction to Personal Finance

  • Section 1: What Is Personal Finance
  • Section 2: Money, the American Way
  • Section 3: You and Money

Chapter Two – Saving

  • Section 1: Saving: An Exercise of Character
  • Section 2: Three Basic Reasons to Save Money
  • Section 3: The Power of Compound Interest

Chapter Three – Budgeting

  • Section 1: Budgeting 101
  • Section 2: The Basics of Banking
  • Section 3: The Importance of Having a Zero-Based Budget

Unit Two – Credit and Debt

Chapter Four – Debt

  • Section 1: Debt: Product, Not Privilege
  • Section 2: Debunking the Credit Myths
  • Section 3: The Credit Score
  • Section 4: Credit Bureaus and Identity Theft

Chapter Five – Life After High School

  • Section 1: Beware and Be Wise
  • Section 2: Start with the End in Mind
  • Section 3: Cash-Flow Your College Education
  • Section 4: Education Options for the 21st Century

Chapter Six – Consumer Awareness

  • Section 1: Buyer Beware
  • Section 2: Buyer’s Remorse
  • Section 3: Opportunity Cost

Unit Three – Financial Planning and Insurance

Chapter Seven –Bargain Shopping

  • Section 1: Bargain Shopping: Part of a Healthy Financial Plan
  • Section 2: The Seven Basic Rules of Negotiating
  • Section 3: Places to Find Great Deals

Chapter Eight – Investing and Retirement

  • Section 1: Investing 101
  • Section 2: Types of Investments
  • Section 3: Employer Benefits and Retirement Plans

Chapter Nine – Insurance

  • Section 1: Protecting Your Wealth
  • Section 2: Basic Types of Coverage
  • Section 3: The Importance of Life Insurance
  • Section 4: Insurance to Avoid

Unit Four – Income, Taxes, and Giving

Chapter 10 – Money and Relationships

  • Section 1: Understanding Your Money Personality
  • Section 2: Marriage and Money
  • Section 3: Communication is Key

Chapter 11 - Careers and Taxes

  • Section 1: Self-Assessment
  • Section 2: Goal Setting
  • Section 3: You Won’t Love the Entry Level
  • Section 4: Best Practices of Successful People
  • Section 5: Income and Taxes

Chapter 12 – Giving

  • Section 1: False Perceptions
  • Section 2: Make an Impact
  • Section 3: Give Your Time and Talents
  • Section 4: Define Your Legacy
Through July 28

Location: Jones Library – A105

Cost: $85 per person

Contact: Terry Loughridge

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