Secondary News

  • CCS Current Students and Graduates Serve at Camp Blessing

    CCS SOTK's (Servants of the King) were paired with one special needs camper for an entire week to enjoy camp activities together.

  • Alumni Newsletter July 2014

    Featured this month is a new pastor, a summer alumni reunion and homecoming news!

  • 2014 Summer Physicals

    Houston Methodist will once again conduct sports physicals for CCS students on August 2. Download forms via this article.

  • Fabulous Fall Events Ahead for CCS Families and Friends

    There's fun in store for the whole family at Blue and White Night and during WOW (Week of the Warriors). Mark your calendars and plan to join CCS K-12 families and friends at these fabulous fall events.

  • Volleyball Tryout and Practice Dates Announced

    Volleyball season is just ahead and our Lady Warriors will be back in action soon. Check here for important dates and information.

  • Books from Secondary Summer Reading List Available in Warrior Warehouse

    Books were purchased at a competitive price and CCS is passing the savings on to students in grades 6-12.

  • Alumni Reunion with Mr J

    Alumni from the first two CCS graduating classes (1998 and 1999) and their families gathered in the CCS gym for a reunion with former classmates and their former Bible teacher Bob Johnson.

  • Students Serve on Mission Team in Belize

    The group from Cypress Bible Church partnered with Blue Thumb Missions to build a small cabin and host outreach activities for the local children of Belize.

  • Spanish Students Travel to Spain

    CCS Spanish students along with their Spanish teachers and chaperones embarked on a ten day sightseeing and mission trip to Spain.

  • Ambassador Council Serves CCS

    Admissions Director Angie Ramirez is thankful for the faithful service of the students in the Ambassador Council during the 2013-2014 school year.

  • 2014 Seniors Accepted to 55 Different Colleges and Universities

    The class of 2014 had a wide range of options when choosing which college or university to attend in the fall.

  • Cypress Christian School Commencement 2014

    The 2014 CCS Commencement Ceremony was a celebration of academic, fine arts, and athletic achievements for 48 graduating seniors along with the presentation of a posthumous diploma for fallen Warrior Travis Chaffin who would have graduated with his classmates this year.

  • 2014 Seniors Accept Prestigious Scholarships

    Seniors in the class of 2014 were offered scholarships from many different institutions. Seniors who accepted prestigious scholarships toward their education at their chosen university are listed in this article.

  • Alumni Newsletter May 2014

    This month's alumni news features graduates who are: 1) ministering around the nation and world; 2) training in the military; 3) serving cancer patients; 4) graduating from universities; and 5) playing sports at the college level.

  • Distinguished Teacher Awards 2014

    High school teachers Mary Syms and Linwood Brown were presented the Distinguished Teacher Award for consistently making a difference in the lives of their students, demonstrating passion and unique effectiveness in teaching their subject matter, earnestly supporting their fellow teachers and the school’s administration, distinctively contributing to the success of Cypress Christian School, and exhibiting loyalty to the cause of Christ.

  • Legacy Awards 2014

    The Legacy Award was presented to CCS teachers Jan Beam and Danny Carraway who have faithfully served and are retiring after making a significant contribution at Cypress Christian School.

  • National Junior Honor Society Elects 2014-2015 Officers

    Thanks to the current NJHS officers who are leaving a great legacy for the newly elected officers.

  • Senior Katie Moore is 2013-2014 TAPPS 3A Female Athlete of the Year

    Katie was nominated based on four years of great contributions to high school athletics.

  • NJHS Assists Local and World Ministries

    The National Junior Honor Society assisted two worthy ministries, the Cy-Fair Helping Hands located in northwest Houston and the Spring Valley Academy, a K-8 Christian school, located in Nairobi, Kenya.

  • 2014 Graduation Videos Online

    Both the kindergarten graduation and high school commencement were recorded and may be viewed via the links in this article.

  • Sword and Shield Recipients 2014

    Congratulations to Tori Davies and John Ethan Baldwin for exemplifying excellence in athletics, leadership, determination, sportsmanship, Christian character, academic achievement, and integrity in their sports, the classroom, and in their spiritual walk.

  • Valiant Warriors 2014

    Congratulations to Blaise Fontenot and Katie Moore for exemplifying excellence in athletics, leadership, determination, sportsmanship, Christian character, academic achievement, and integrity in their sports, the classroom, and in their spiritual walk.

  • Good Things Come to Those That Wait

    Former standout football players Daniel Rodriguez ('11) and Paul Odeyomi ('13) get NCAA Division I opportunities.

  • Graduation Ceremonies Streamed Live

    View kindergarten and high school graduations live on web this Thursday and Friday.

  • Senior Frank Aufmuth Signs with Southwestern University

    All-State receiver Frank Aufmuth will play football for Southwestern University in the fall.

  • Senior Nika Bracun Signs with Trinity International University

    Nika was a tremendous asset to CCS helping the team make it to the TAPPS 3A State Final Four. She will most definitely be an asset to the Trinity team.

  • Thespian Induction and Performance Awards 2014

    Twenty current students, five CCS graduates, a volunteer and former teacher were inducted into the Thespian Society Troupe #7062. Five students were voted in as officers of the troupe. Ten students received drama/speech performance awards.

  • Rescue in the Night Musical

    The sixth grade Musical Theatre class presented a light-hearted but faithful rendition of the biblical story of Daniel.

  • National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony 2014

    NJHS recognizes students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in scholarship, character, leadership and service. The CCS chapter of NJHS welcomed 21 new seventh and eighth grade students into the organization.

  • Names

    We want to produce men whose names will be added to the Book of Life and will work tirelessly to make sure that many others are added as well. Davis Carver learned over 40 names of mini-warriors at the annual football fun day.

  • Volunteer Thank You May 21

    We invite our CCS volunteers to stop by the elementary lunchroom on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. for some special "thank you" treats from CCS to you!

  • It's Almost Summer Sale

    All clothing and merchandise is 25% off at the Warrior Warehouse from now until the end of school!

  • Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

    Seventh grade students completed studies in six medical specialties: cardiologist, gastroenterologist, pulmonologist, orthopedic surgeon, neurologist or infectious disease specialist. They used Psalm 139:14-16 as their biblical reference.

  • Baseball State Champions

    The Warriors held off Lubbock Christian to take home the TAPPS 3A State title.

  • Baseball Advances to the Title Game

    The Warriors will face Lubbock Christian at 4 p.m. tomorrow for the state title in 3A.

  • Celebrating the Arts at Cypress Christian School

    Throughout the evening guests enjoyed delightful performances from secondary choir and drama students and enjoyed viewing over 300 works of art from talented students in grades 6-12.

  • Musical "Bye Bye Birdie" Scheduled for Fall

    The Fine Arts Department of CCS is excited to announce plans for the fall production of the musical "Bye Bye Birdie." Performance dates are scheduled for September 26-28 and plans are already being made to acquire an outside theatre space for performances.

  • Baseball and Softball are Final Four Bound

    Varsity baseball and softball teams were both crowned Regional Champions and advance to the Final Four. Games will be played in Waco May 9 and 10.

  • Senior Takes Lead for Outreach Ministry

    Senior Gabbie DiGiacomo, who has participated in multiple outreaches with this organization, was excited for her first opportunity to take lead and plan the entire outreach event.

  • 2014 Elementary Football Fun Day

    On Friday, May 9, the football program will sponsor the 6th Annual Football Family Fun Day for all elementary students. It is a free event for the whole family.

  • Lady Warriors are TAPPS 3A Track and Field State Champions

    The girls not only won all three relays but ended up scoring enough total points to win the 3A title for 2014. This team has had an incredible season and this was just the right way to end it. Congratulations to the Lady Warriors for a job well done.

  • Secondary Fine Arts Night May 5, 2014

    Plan to join secondary Fine Arts students for an evening of celebration and performances as all three departments (Drama, Choir and Art) join forces to present a fantastic evening of Fine Arts.

  • Varsity and Middle School Cheer Squads for 2014-2015

    Cheer tryouts were held on April 2, 2014. Cypress Christian school is proud to announce the middle school and varsity cheer squads for the 2014-2015 school year. Go, Warriors!

  • Artwork by Junior Avery Barbisch Featured in TAPPS Showcase of Excellence

    Congratulations to CCS junior Avery Barbisch on her award-winning colored drawing portrait of fallen Warrior Travis Chaffin.

  • Track and Field Headed to 2014 State Meet

    The Warrior Track and Field team will be taking 7 girls and 9 boys to the TAPPS State Track and Field Meet on May 2-3 at Baylor University.

  • Varsity Softball Area Champs

    Varsity Softball claimed the TAPPS Area title and will compete in the Regional playoff game next Tuesday, May 6. Game details will be announced when finalized. Go, Lady Warriors!

  • Varsity Baseball Area Champs

    Varsity Baseball claimed the Area title and will compete in TAPPS Regional playoff game on Tuedsay, May 6. Game details will be announced when finalized. Go, Warriors!

  • Middle School Lady Warriors Softball Earned District Title

    The middle school Lady Warriors softball team pulled out a (11-1) win against Northland in the championship game.

  • Art Students Win Pearl Fincher Museum Awards

    Art students earned top honors in the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts 2014 Student Art Contest. Sophomore Jordon Coates won First Place and a prize of $1,000 and sixth grader Jillian Welch won Jurors' Selection. In addition, five students were recognized as finalists and 13 artists received special awards.

  • Alumni Newsletter April 2014

    This month's alumni newsletter is packed with great news! Be sure to read all about our amazing CCS alumni who are impacting lives on our CCS campus and throughout the world!

  • Varsity Softball District Champions

    The Lady Warriors have clinched the district title and will be playing in the area round of playoffs on Tuesday, April 29 on their home field at 4:00 p.m. against San Antonio Keystone. Go, Lady Warriors!

  • Juniors Ride in 2014 BP MS150

    CCS juniors Makayla Stowell and Lauren Cater, along with parent Alan Stowell, raised funds for multiple sclerosis by riding in the 30th annual BP MS150 Bike Ride from Houston to Austin.

  • 2014 Regional Track Meet Results

    Girls win Regional while the boys finish third. Next stop, State!

  • Warrior Baseball Players Bring Joy to Critically Ill Children

    This group of young men took time out of their busy schedules to represent Christ through service and remind children at Memorial Hermann Hospital that they are loved.

  • Secondary ACSI Art Festival Winners 2014

    Congratulations to art students who came home with top honors including sixth grader Jillian Welch who earned a gold medal and junior Avery Barbisch who earned Best of Show.

  • Varsity Baseball Clinches District Title

    The team will open their playoff run next Tuesday, April 29, at home at 4:30 p.m. Go, Warriors!

  • Seventh Grade Medical Students

    Students learned the meaning of Code Blue and how professionals use a Crash Cart and CPR to save lives. Thanks to CCS parents Jill Fisk and Rhonda Scherer as well as CCS grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Hughes for their gifts of time, talent and resources.

  • MS Musical Theatre Presents "Ever After"

    Come and join the fun on Thursday evening, April 24, at 6:00 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. in the Drama Room for The Ever After – A Musical, presented by the Middle School Musical Theatre Class. Admission is free so come out and have a laugh with us!

  • Seventh Grade History Fair 2014

    Seventh graders concluded their work on the Texas History Fair with presentations to parents, classmates and judges. Congratulations to our winners and to all who participated. Students showed great perseverance and diligence throughout this journey!

  • Golf Season 2013-2014

    The girls placed third in the TAPPS Regional Tournament. Alyssa Ramsey led the Lady Warriors with her 5th place finish and will be shooting for a top ten finish at state.

  • Seventh Grade Travels to Texas Capitol

    Many of the students viewed information, artifacts, and pictures pertaining to the subject of their recent Texas History Fair project as they walked through the Capitol and museum.

  • Drama and Desserts 2014

    The Drama Department showcased all of the competition selections presented by the CCS Speech Team members at the TAPPS District and State Academic Meets.

  • TAPPS 2014 State Art Meet Winners

    Talented CCS art students brought home awards from the TAPPS state meet.

  • Eighth Graders Excel at 2014 ACSI District Science Fair

    Four eighth grade students brought home two first place awards and two second place awards from the ACSI District Science Fair.

  • Academic and Speech Team Takes Top Honors at 2014 State Meet

    Team Cypress advanced 16 students in a total of 20 entries to the state contest and earned nine impressive 1st – 6th place finishes.