Elementary News

  • Technology Update Summer 2015

    From nearly any internet-connected device, CCS students can remotely connect to a school "desktop computer" through a web browser. With their Office 365 account, each student can download and install Microsoft Office their own devices including phones, tablets, personal home laptops or PCs.

  • Cypress Christian School Kindergarten Graduation 2015

    From the processional to the recessional, the 41 kindergarten graduates and their families enjoyed a very memorable evening.

  • Cypress Christian School Commencement 2015

    The eighteenth commencement ceremony for Cypress Christian was a celebration of academic, fine arts, and athletic, leadership and service achievements for 40 graduating seniors. Congratulations, Class of 2015!

  • Cypress Christian School Seniors in Class of 2015 Accept Prestigious Scholarships

    Cypress Christian School seniors in the graduating class of 2015 were offered scholarships from many different institutions and organizations.

  • Alumni News May 2015

    College and career news from '99, '07 and '11 graduates and alumni events announcement.

  • Flapjacks, Friends and Fun May 2015

    Newly accepted kindergarten students and their families were treated to homemade pancakes prepared by Principal White and the elementary staff.

  • Football Family Fun Day 2015

    The football program sponsored the Seventh Annual Football Family Fun Day for all elementary students and their families.

  • Elementary Spring Sports End-of-Season Party 2015

    The elementary end-of-season baseball/softball party is Saturday, May 16, 2015, at 5 p.m., on the CCS baseball field. Read more...

  • Thanks to 2014-2015 CCS Volunteers

    CCS is so thankful for our volunteers who come alongside us throughout the year to help us accomplish the mission of our school. Thanks to our wonderful volunteers for a very blessed faculty and staff appreciation week and for a great 2014-2015!

  • First Graders Enjoy End-of-the-Year Camp

    "Camp Van Pelt" helps first graders prepare for second grade through fun activities.

  • Second Graders Led Chapel

    Second grade students led "STOMP" worship with power and precision.

  • Donuts with Dads 2015

    Donuts with Dads was a huge success with many CCS dads taking time out of their busy schedules to spend time with their child at the book fair.

  • Spring Book Fair 2015

    The annual CCS K-12 Spring Book Fair will be held May 4-8. Read more to view schedule for the week.

  • Volunteers in Partnership Sponsors 2015 Faculty and Staff Appreciation Week May 4-8

    The CCS Volunteers in Partnership organization has a wonderful week of blessings and treats planned for the teachers and staff. Please read more on how your family can bless these special people in your lives.

  • Bedtime Stories with Cookies and Milk 2015

    Current and future Warriors loved seeing kindergarten teachers and the elementary principal dressed as characters from some of their favorite books.

  • NJHS Members Read to Kindergarteners

    Mrs. Jansson was thankful for the the great job the NJHS members did keeping students engaged and interested in the reading material.

  • Elementary ACSI Art Festival Winners 2015

    The CCS elementary art department submitted 21 pieces of artwork with students winning 15 medals.

  • Successful NHS Blood Drive in Honor of CCS Student Vincent Salario

    It was such a great evening with so many people gathered for one purpose - to love and bless Vincent and his family. If you were not able to donate, you can give blood in your community and/or you can like the blood drive article on the CCS facebook page to let Vincent know you are praying.

  • Happy 37th Birthday, CCS!

    Our school began with 18 middle school students and now serves almost 700 K-12 students. Current Admissions Director Angie Ramirez and former Admissions Director Vicki Moore celebrated Cypress Christian School's 37th birthday with some delicious treats.

  • Tribal Competition 2015

    God blessed CCS with perfect weather for the annual elementary Tribal Competition, but the brightest rays of sunshine came from the smiling faces of CCS students as they competed throughout the day.