Mrs. Sharon Miller began her career at CCS in the Huff Learning Center working with Kindergarten students before transitioning to the classroom as a math teacher. Her expertise in this area helped all students believe they could be confident and skilled mathematicians.
On Tuesday, May 17, the high school administration was pleased to honor high school students for their accomplishments in the classroom and on the field as a representation of how important it is to educate the whole person for the glory of God.
Seventy-eighth grade students said “Adios, Middle School!” with a brunch followed by an awards assembly and celebration on Wednesday, May 18, in the East Gym. Students marked the end of middle school and the beginning of a great new adventure in high school by reminiscing about favorite CCS memories and thanking those who helped along the way.
Our secondary art teacher, Mrs. Beth Brubaker, is retiring from teaching after almost a decade of service at CCS and 40 years of teaching art in Christian schools. Mrs. Brubaker’s significant contributions at Cypress Christian School will continue to bear fruit in the lives of her students for generations to come.
The drumline had a need and the engineering class came up with a solution. What a blessing it is to see the body of Christ using their skills and lessons learned at work within our CCS classes and community.
Kindergarten completed their insect research writing project. This project was cross-curricular in that the students were studying insects in science, using technology to find facts, creating PowerPoint presentations on their insect in computer and reading about them in library.
All Spanish III, III Honors and AP Spanish IV students presented the Gospel to each other this week. They worked on how to start a conversation with someone, memorized 11 verses and used the POR FE outline along with their own words to explain our need for forgiveness, redemption and eternal life only available through Jesus Christ.
Eighth-grade students participated in the SIFMA Foundation Stock Market Game. One CCS team placed first in the Houston region with a portfolio totaling over $129,000 after just eight weeks of trading.
On Friday April 29, the Theatre Arts Department hosted their annual Theatre Arts Banquet. This year, students were also able to enjoy some student-directed scenes, directed by select juniors and seniors in the department.
The Cypress Christian School Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony was held on April 25, 2022.
The Academic Team competed in the TAPPS Academic and Fine Arts State meet last Tuesday and Wednesday in Waco. After months of preparing, the team finished sixth in state in academics for 4A schools and when combined with speech events, CCS garnered fourth place overall.
CCS is the 4A State Champion School in Art with over 30 medals earned including two individual State Champions and seven individual State Runners-Up!
On April 8, NHS was proud to welcome its newest members.
The TAPPS State Academic, Fine Arts and Speech Meet took place this week in Waco. Our Warriors had the perseverance and tenacity to place as the 4A State Champion school in Art, the State Runner-Up school in speech and placed fourth overall when academics and speech combined their efforts.
The Honors Engineering class of 2021-2022 presented the projects they built to enhance the lives of their clients from Reach Unlimited at a banquet on Monday, April 11.
On Sunday, May 15, 2022, the Athletic Department of Cypress Christian School hosted a retirement celebration to honor Coach Marsha Martin for 26 years of service to CCS. Members of the administration, athletic department, coaching staff and alumni parents paid tribute to her in front of a packed crowd who came to honor her and thank her for many years of service.
The Lady Warriors softball team is headed back to the TAPPS 4A Final Four for the second straight year thanks to a 13-1 win over Bay Area Christian in the regionals.
Last year, the Warriors were able to come away with two State Championships, and this year, the teams repeated, making the Warriors back-to-back State Champions as the girls and the boys teams competed incredibly well with several personal and season bests.
The varsity baseball team finished their regular season as district champions!
Both the boys and girls golf teams qualified for the TAPPS 4A State Golf Championships this past week at Regionals! The girls team was the Regional Runner-Up and the boys team took fourth.
Both the girls and boys track & field teams had a great day competing in Waco at the old Baylor stadium for the TAPPS 4A South Regional meet.
Grayson Petru, a freshman at Cypress Christian, competed in the TAPPS 4A district tournament at River Point Golf Club in Richmond, TX on April 19.
The girls and boys track teams won the District Track & Field Meet today held at Cypress Christian School.
Lady Warriors are undefeated district champions for the second year in a row.
The Lady Warriors softball team extended its winning streak to eight games, sweeping a district doubleheader with Faith West on Tuesday.
Warrior Golf recently competed in the Covenant Prep Invitational at the Kingwood Country Club.
The Lady Warriors softball team opened district play with a 22-8 win over Northland Christian School on Tuesday evening. The girls broke open a tight ballgame in the bottom of the fourth, batting around twice and scoring 15 runs before making their third out.
Cypress Christian School had two track & field athletes who qualified to compete in the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays this past week, held at the University of Texas in Austin. This is a statewide event for high schools and colleges and student-athletes must qualify to compete.
The hot streak continues for the Lady Warriors softball team as they vanquished Veritas Academy last week, 20-5, and then shut out Frassati Catholic this week, 15-0.
Our varsity boys and girls golf teams started out the season strong with two tournaments this week. Monday’s tourney was at Northgate Country Club and the girls team took first place overall!