Houstonia Magazine has reported Cypress Christian School among the top private schools in Houston.
Earlier in the fall, CCS announced the annual Christmas Card Contest and asked elementary and secondary students to submit artwork depicting the story of Christmas, the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Biology students act as cytogeneticists by preparing a human karyotype from a metaphase spread of magnetic chromosomes.
Kindergarten students are learning “how-to” writing. Over the last several weeks, we have learned how to write the steps it takes to brush our teeth, make a sandwich and how to bake cookies.
The Warrior Drumline competed in the annual Drum Along the Brazos contest for the third year. This contest is hosted by the College Station High School Marching Band and invites drumlines from all over Texas to compete.
CCS elementary students were given the opportunity to touch another child’s life through Operation Christmas Child or “Operation Shoebox.” This outreach is a national ministry of Samaritan’s Purse, its mission to bring the good news of Christ’s love to a child outside of the United States.
The High School Academic Team is off to a strong start. The team is comprised of 18 students who are training to compete in a total of 10 events.
Monday was a cold and rainy day in Waco. Due to the weather, the TAPPS Field Band and Drumline competitions had to be shifted indoors. The Cypress Christian Hornline and Drumline adapted to the situation well and had a great day of fun and fellowship.
Playing the role of a Forensic Pathologist, each student in Mrs. Teague's Biomedical and Health Sciences class reviewed body planes, directions, regions and medical terminology as they "autopsied" Mr. Pickle.
Dean of Students, Craig Cleveland, had the privilege of officiating the wedding ceremony of Jonathan Davis and Natalie Lanclos on Saturday, October 10 in Bryan, TX. Jonathan is an alumnus of Cypress Christian School as well as a former high school teacher. He also coached middle school and JV boys basketball and was an assistant varsity coach.
Senior Sydney Wax received the Commended Student designation in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an annual academic competition for recognition and college undergraduate scholarships that began in 1955.
The Cypress Christian School National Art Honor Society (NAHS) Officers for the 2020-2021 school year are: President: Justin Kostecki, Vice-President: Tori Kraft, Secretary: Abigail Sanders, Chaplain: Abby Young and Historian: An Tran.
Hauling the drumline and hornline equipment to football and basketball games has proven to be a bit overwhelming. Unfortunately, most of the pre-made equipment carts do not meet the needs of the Warrior Drumline and Hornline.
Spanish II & III Honors students had an eventful and fun week.
Coach Greg Bretz has been a part of CCS for over 13 years as a baseball coach, Bible and art teacher. He enjoys cultivating students’ creativity in graphic design, cartooning and art. Recently, he published a book called Worship Graffiti Faith Building Activity Journal that encompasses each of these passions.
The Warrior middle school B and A football teams played at home last week on Tuesday, October 20 and Thursday, October 22, respectively.
The high school boys and girls cross country teams competed at district last Saturday against Legacy Prep and Northland in a great showing.
The Warrior middle school football teams have been dominating the field this season. The A-team has started off the season with three wins and one loss, looking for a four-game win streak this Thursday as they face off against Trinity Lutheran. The Warrior middle school B-team is also doing very well this season.
Coach Coleman will be the Interim Varsity Boys Basketball Coach for the 2020-2021 season. Coach Coleman has faithfully served the CCS basketball program for almost two decades since 2001.
Last Saturday, CCS Warrior boys high school basketball players served their community by delivering water to the Houston Food Bank.
Congratulations to these high school student-athletes for earning awards this year.
With a pause put on the softball season, we want to recognize the contributions of our senior athletes
What can tell the story of a season that is suspended with only a third of it completed? Baseball, loved by many for the beauty of its action, is also a game of numbers. All seven Warriors in the class of 2020 collected double-digit hit totals in a mere 13 games played, with 30 extra base hits.
CCS high school track and field is still preparing for the TAPPS state meet as we now plan for May 25-30. Our athletes have been able to compete in three invitational meets and have done well.
our Cypress Christian Warrior varsity baseball team competed last week in the Pearland First Pitch tournament. The Warriors opened up on the road at Santa Fe High School as the #1 ranked team.
The CCS varsity swim team completed the 2019-2020 season last week at the TAPPS Division II state championship. The boys team finished ninth overall and the girls team finished 15th. Elliott Jones was named Swimmer of the Meet.
Remembering that they are "Stronger Together" was what the girls MS soccer team focused on during the 2019-2020 season. Ecclesiastes 4:12 explains that a chord of three strands is not easily broken and that we are designed to work together. Soccer is a sport that requires teamwork and is a sport where one person cannot beat another team all by themselves.
The varsity boys Warrior soccer team faced off against St. Joseph's Academy in Brownsville on February 5 in the TAPPS Division II State Soccer Tournament.
CCS Senior swimmer, Elliott Jones is ranked in the top 100 swimmers in the world (18 & under) according to the USA Swimming World 100 list, 84th in the 100 backstroke and 61st in the 200 backstroke!
The middle school girls basketball season ended last weekend with both the A & B teams competing in the HAPS District Tournament held at Rosehill Christian where both teams took home the first-place hardware as district champions!