This fall, high school photography students entered the TAPPS Photo Contest. With over 800 entries and 36 schools participating, our Warrior photographers earned eight awards for their hard work.
The annual National Art Honor Society/National Junior Art Honor Society (NAHS/NJAHS) Juried Exhibition showcases the artwork of talented student artists who are members of the NAHS/NJAHS programs.
The Calculus Honors class had fun with derivatives by creating board games. Each team determined the style and structure of the board game they wanted to create. They also had to decide what makes a board game fun.
Koedi has recently published her first children’s book, Pennies from Heaven, which is a true story of how she began her journey of helping people ‘one penny at a time.’
On Wednesday, December 16, elementary students presented a Christmas program at Warrior Stadium, honoring the Lord Jesus Christ, at the direction of Elementary Music teacher, Mrs. Overton.
Sixth-grade students created an “energy interactive lapbook” as they learned concepts related to energy.
The top three spelling bee winners in grades 5-8 competed in the ACSI Spell-Off on Wednesday, December 9. Here, the students competed to find the top five spellers at Cypress Christian School. We are very proud of their hard work and determination.
On November 19, CCS elementary students competed in grade-level competitions to determine first, second and third place winners in grades 2-5.
Students in Mr. Colchado’s eighth grade U.S. history class completed a research project that resulted in their very own podcast episode covering the American Revolution.
While learning about the structure of DNA, biology students extracted DNA from strawberries. By doing this activity, students were able to see the long, thick fibers of DNA.
Elementary students in grades 2-5 finished their unit on 3D modeling by designing a Christmas ornament in Tinkercad. The students were able to see the process of digital modeling transform into tangible objects via 3D printing.
In November, on-campus and livestreaming elementary students in grades 2-5 participated in the ACSI grade-level spelling bee. Please help us congratulate these hard workers as the top four participants in each homeroom will advance to our CCS final spelling bee where they will compete for first, second and third place in each grade level.
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.
Coach Kris Hogan has been nominated by the Touchdown Club of Houston for Private School Coach of the Year.
The Lady Warriors defeat both Faith West and Lutheran North with decisive victories.
Parker Coates and John Macune had some close saves and big punts on Thursday, January 14 against Allen Academy.
The CCS high school and middle school swim teams participated in the first-ever Cypress Christian Swim Classic with both teams delivering improved times in relays and individual events.
CCS basketball hosted the annual Warrior Classic Tournament January 7-9 with six girls and six boys teams this year. There was good competition and plenty of games for every team to play.
The middle school boys soccer team is coming off of a hard-fought win Friday night against Fort Bend Christian Academy, bringing their record to an undefeated 5-0. After giving up a goal in the first minute of the game, the Warriors maintained their composure to mount a comeback led by Zachary Burns.
Last week, the Warriors faced Lutheran North at home. John Macune had some close saves in the box, coming out to get the ball on free kicks and corners.
The volleyball team enjoyed getting together one more time recently to end the season. The girls fought hard this year even with all of the obstacles they had to face. They were able to come together and celebrate all they accomplished with desserts, awards and fellowship.
The entire team played collectively and it was great to have our football boys back on the hardwood.
The Lady Warrior Basketball team took time from finals studying and basketball practice to spend some time shopping for Christmas gifts for the children at Mission of Yahweh in northwest Houston.
The CCS middle school girls basketball program partnered with Cypress Assistance Ministries (CAM) to provide 60 stuffed stockings for Cypress-area children this Christmas.
The CCS high school and middle school swim teams competed on December 10 in the STE Holiday Meet in a three-school competition.
The Lady Warriors varsity basketball team traveled to Tyler, Texas for the All Saints Basketball Bash last weekend and were successful on the court and off.
CCS eighth-grader Grayson Petru recently won the U.S. Kids Houston Tour Championship. With this win, he has qualified to play in the U.S. Teen National Championship, which will be held at Pinehurst Golf Club in North Carolina in July 2021.
The Warrior middle school B and A football teams played at home last week on Tuesday, October 20 and Thursday, October 22, respectively.