The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Induction Ceremony was held Monday, April 24.
Academic Excellence | Biblical Values | Cultural Impact
Over spring break, Bayou City Fellowship took some of our CCS students to Nome, Alaska on a mission trip. High school students served by shoveling snow, working concessions stands and even helped with the Iditarod. Seeing the Northern Lights in person was truly a sight to behold.
On Monday, March 20, CCS took 28 students to TAPPS Vocal Solo & Ensemble Competition. All students came back with Superior and Excellent division ratings. This was the first S/E Competition for each student. Thirteen out of 19 soloists earned Division 1 Superior medals and the rest Division 2 Excellent marks.
Third graders visited the Houston Interactive Aquarium and Animal Preserve on Tuesday.
Biology students culminated their learning of the cardiovascular system with a dissection of a sheep’s heart. Students were able to identify major structures of the heart, trace the pathway of blood through the heart and know what “they are tugging at my heart strings” really means.
Over the past week, all three teams from the Senior Capstone Engineering class have been in the beginning phases of constructing their projects by buying their materials, measuring out wood, testing products and conducting research.
This week, the Student Professional Coalition (SPC) was launched to connect CCS juniors and seniors with local professionals who are experts in their field/industry.
Last Friday evening, elementary dads and daughters gathered for our first Daddy Daughter “Candyland” dance. They had a sweet night that included tiaras, dancing, playing games, face painting, a balloon artist, craft station and candy bar complete with cotton candy machine.
Several high school students, including Audrey Fransen, Sophie Fransen, Zoe Brashier and Carissa Simcik, volunteered on February 10 with the Tim Tebow Foundation's “Night to Shine” at Houston’s First Baptist Church.
Last week, ninth through 12th-grade families met with representatives of more than 20 universities to learn about the variety of college opportunities that are available.
Our Middle School Math Olympics Team competed in the ACSI Math Olympics on February 2. Eighteen students were selected based on their high scores in the categories of computation and reasoning. We are so proud of the team’s hard work!
The CCS Senior Capstone Engineering is a class for seniors who have an interest in interacting with the special needs community while applying the engineering design process.
In Ezekiel, Scripture describes one who has encountered God as someone who has come in from one direction but leaves toward a new direction. Mark 2 describes the healing of a paralyzed man whose friends lower him to Jesus as Jesus is teaching in a home.
The freshman and sophomore classes spent a day in the life of a Baylor Bear and University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Crusader.
The CCS STEM classes were challenged to create structures made of popsicle sticks and hot glue that were less than 50 grams and measured between 7.5" and 9” in height.
The team's perseverance and a "row the boat" mentality led them to the baseball program's third state title.
CCS Warriors ride emotional roller coaster to State softball title.
Our 2022–2023 high school track & field teams had a great weekend at the TAPPS State Track Meet in Waco. The boys team took sixth place out of 27 schools and the girls team won their THIRD TAPPS 4A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP IN A ROW!!
Since 1978, the Warriors have not had a state champion in golf…that streak came to an end this week as our Lady Warriors competed in the TAPPS 4A State Championship in Glen Rose, TX at Squaw Valley Golf Club.
Cypress Christian School’s Grayson Petru advanced to the State Championship this year by winning the TAPPS 4A Regional tournament in San Antonio, TX last week
The Warrior swim team, both high school and middle school, had their end-of-season awards banquet last Friday, March 3. The team celebrated a successful season which included TAPPS state qualifications for all high school relay teams along with four individual qualifiers.
Audrey Petrowski made her first start as a CCS varsity pitcher against the Westside Wolves a memorable one for herself and her school. The freshman standout spun a seven-inning no-hitter as the Warriors beat Westside, a 6A public school, 5-2.
The varsity Warrior baseball team won two of their four games in last week’s round-robin tournament, scoring 32 runs over the three days of games. The leaders at the plate were Tristan Fokken, Warren Haudek, Jacob Lukaszewski, Drew Mestayer, Ameron Sheikh and Beckett Swinney.
The Cypress Christian boys and girls golf teams competed in their first tournament of the season this past Monday, February 13. The event was played at Magnolia Creek Golf Club in League City and hosted 23 teams in the field. Both the boys and girls teams finished in third place!
Both JV and varsity teams posted a win against Fort Bend Christian Academy earlier this week.
Varsity boys basketball won the area round of the playoffs on Tuesday, February 14.
Varsity girls basketball earned a spot in the TAPPS 4A playoffs for the third straight year.
The CCS girls varsity soccer team finished undefeated in district play this week, with a 5-0 win over Bay Area.
The Cypress Christian Lady Warriors started off their season with a bang, turning a tight ballgame into a high-scoring offensive explosion, leading to a 17-6 win over Alpha Omega.
The Warriors high school baseball teams have started their non-district regular season play. Having faced Northland Christian last week, they take on multiple opponents this week including The Woodlands Christian Academy, Alpha Omega and Emery Weiner.