Cypress Christian School will launch the College Board AP Capstone Diploma Program, focusing on college-level independent research, collaborative teamwork and communication and writing skills crucial for college and career success in Fall 2018.
On Friday, February 2, the students of National Junior Honor Society were privileged to welcome fifteen new members for the upcoming year! Qualifying for NJHS is a significant accomplishment; students are only able to apply if they retain a 90 or higher in each core class.
Students in the Middle School Inquiry Based Science elective have been busy studying the various zones of the ocean in preparation for their current Bycatch Project. Students are using the engineering design process to design their nets, build prototypes and test them.
Games promote healthy competition, challenge students to think on their feet and get them up and moving. Students learn while having fun, which is a win-win for teac
National Art Honor Society had a field trip to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. The NAHS students took a journey through the ages of history in art from the museum’s permanent collection, which covers world cultures dating from antiquity to the present.
On January 8, Cypress Christian School Elementary students participated in the 2017-2018 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Art Competition for Private and Christian Schools. Forty-five schools were represented this year. Ten students earned awards.
Fourth-grade students have been busy learning about the American Revolution. To help them better understand some of the causes of the Revolutionary War, students participated in an exciting role-play activity. Each student randomly received a Role Card to find out if he or she would be a colonist, a tax collector, a member of Parliament, or the King of England.
Freshman John Macune received the Gold Medal for his "Green Longhorn" in the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Art Contest. Eleven others received 1st and 2nd place ribbons.
Elementary Math Club participants worked in groups to solve problems, explore new strategies and prepare for ACSI Math Olympics.
Veterans from all areas of the armed forces were in attendance at the annual assembly held in their honor. Read more, view photos and video of this special occasion.
Elementary, middle school and high students participated in the "Operation Christmas Child" project through Samaritan’s Purse. The Christmas boxes will be delivered to children in countries all around the world. This is a wonderful way for students to help send the gospel message to a child in another country. Overall, 169 boxes were packed!
On November 6, 2017, CCS welcomed friends and family members to the 2017 American Festival. This event provided the opportunity for each fifth-grade student to perform an originally and independently written dramatic monologue based on the life of a Civil War character chosen by the student.
Fourth graders had a great time at Little Beakers exploring different concepts in science, and creating fun things with new experiments!
Elementary and high school students enjoyed reading together while sporting their "HOME on the Range" attire, in celebration of homecoming week.
On Wed, May 10, grades K-8 held chapel services in the new Campus Life Center and Gym for the very first time. Second grade students led worship for their chapel with their "STOMP" presentation and alumnus Evan Weppler ('07) spoke to students about the "Signs of our Creator."
Executive Director Stephen Novotny said, “We are thankful to open the doors of this wonderful new facility; and are thrilled for what this will mean for generations of students to come. We thank God for the generosity of so many who have provided this new facility to help us continue to fulfill our mission of honoring the Lord Jesus Christ by providing students an education based upon academic excellence and biblical values.”
Fourth grade students learned to play a hymn with handchimes and then traveled to various places on campus to play.
On Friday, April 21, 2017, elementary students enjoyed a fun day of field activities including the annual tug-of-war with the help of high school students in the Ephraim, Levi, Issachar, Manasseh and Reuben Warrior Tribes.
Current and incoming CCS kindergarteners enjoyed hearing fun stories from Principal White and kindergarten teachers at this annual event.
CCS submitted 15 pieces of artwork in the competition from students in grades 3-5. Congratulations to student artists for their hard work and for representing CCS well at the festival.
The fifth graders ministered to the preschool-aged children at The Lamb School using puppets and upbeat worship songs they learned in music classes.
Fourteen students in grades 3-5 participated in the area math competition with each student placing. Students qualified for this event by scoring in the top range in the entire six-state region. Congratulations students!
The Lady Warriors Soccer team finished in second place in the TAPPS Division III District 4 competition and continue to move through the playoffs with a game on Saturday against Our Lady of the Hills from Kerrville. The game will be played at Texas Lutheran University at 6:30 p.m.
The CCS Warriors Soccer program wrapped up a successful season of league play, finishing in second place in the TAPPS Division III District 5 and making it to the second round of the playoffs.
Dedicated. Determined. United. Joyful. As the Middle School Cheer season comes to a close, these are the words Coach Overton would use to describe the squad.
The varsity boys basketball team closed out its 2017-2018 season with a home game against Lake Houston Conquerors and senior recognition.
The Lady Warriors made a difference wherever they played this season, showing character time after time when facing challenges.
Two standout seniors will play college football next year as Josh Holl signs with Tulane University and Austin Henry with Taylor University.
The two 5th grade girls basketball teams played each other last Saturday in the East Gym. The fun included a Dads vs. Daughters quarter. They topped the day off with ice cream sundaes.
The CCS swim team sets five new school records and Elliott Jones is state champion in the Mens 100 Yard Backstroke and the East Regional Swimmer of the Meet.
Middle school A team boys basketball concluded with a successful winning season.
The middle school boys B team has had a good year and has shown creativity and a willingness to learn.
The MS boys basketball C team shows determination and a willingness to learn throughout the season.
The CCS Warrior Middle School Soccer program concluded an exciting season this past Saturday with both our boys and girls teams playing for the District Championship.
The Cypress Christian Swim program took its largest team ever to the regional meet. Eleven swimmers participated in 15 events, five relays and 18 individual races. Elliott Jones set the pace by winning two events.
Elliott Jones holds his own with Olympic medalists at the TYR Pro Series Swim Meet in Austin, Texas.
Basketball enters district play. Come out and support Warrior Basketball!
Eight Warriors earn All-State honors on the gridiron. Nine are named to the Academic All-State team and 17 earn All-District honors. Coach Spenn named Coach of the Year.
Five female members of the swim team competed Saturday at the St. John 23 New Year's Classic.
The Warriors took home the TAPPS Division III State Championship on Friday afternoon with a record setting 68 to 34 victory over McKinney Christian.
You could not have asked for a better high school football game. Two great teams battled hard to the very end in a game that was back and forth all night long. The Warriors prevailed 49-43 to advance to the TAPPS Division III State Championship Game.
The Lady Warrior volleyball program had a lot to celebrate this year at their end-of-season awards banquet.
The swim season does not get into full swing until after Christmas, but two CCS swimmers have gone to meets this year and have turned in personal best times, including a new school record in the 100 Back for Elliott Jones.
Josh Holl and Austin Henry were named finalists for offensive player of the year and defensive player of the year, respectively, while Coach Spenn is being honored as a coach of the year finalist.
The Warriors will move into the playoffs this week as they host Schertz John Paul II on Friday at 7 p.m. at Cypress Christian.
The CCS Warriors successfully crossed the finish line of the 2017 season this past week with participation in the TAPPS 4A State Championship and the Team Awards Celebration.
Varsity Girls Volleyball finishes the season with an undefeated home record.