Tenth-grade students celebrated Mole Day 2022, at the end of October. Each year, Mole Day is celebrated on October 23, from 6:02 a.m. to 6:02 p.m. to commemorate Avogadro's number, 6.022 x 1023. This is an important number in chemistry and is used to count and calculate the number of atoms, molecules or ions in a given substance.
First grade enjoyed a fun day at Dewberry Farms on Friday, November 4. The rain held off and the children were able to: go down giant slides, be pulled by a tractor, ride on a train, be pulled on giant swings, jump off of hay bales, feed the goats, jump on an inflatable pillow, race pedal carts, eat a picnic lunch and do many other exciting activities. We appreciated all the parents who helped make this field trip a success.
God has blessed Cypress Christian School with some talented actors and actresses! The students listed below recently competed in the Division II District 4 One Act Play Competition and ranked first in their district! As district champions, they have qualified for the State One Act Play competition in Kerrville, TX on November 9 & 10.
This year, our photography and yearbook classes offered our first annual homecoming photo contest. Students were asked to enter at least two photos in any of the five possible divisions: action, reaction, creativity, photojournalism and Warrior spirit.
This year, fifth-graders had the opportunity to attend a Fifth-Grade Retreat at Carolina Creek Camp. The entire fifth-grade class attended, and were able to spend three days and two nights working on team building, getting to know each other better and growing spiritually.
Four current CCS students have been honored by the College Board National Recognition Program for “academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT®, PSAT™ 10, and/or AP® Exams.
High school drama students gathered last weekend to celebrate the coming year and step into mentor and leadership roles as upperclassmen mentor underclassmen. This is a new tradition, and we hope to continue it in the program for years to come.
Last Thursday evening, students in the Class of 2023 continued the tradition of painting their newly assigned parking spaces with their classmates and families
On Tuesday evening, eight of the 10 students in our inaugural Transitional Kindergarten (TK) class and their families met at Ross Poppe Family Park for a playdate.
Around 30 Warrior Leadership Academy students from CCS traveled to Charleston, SC for their Student Leadership University 301 stateside experience. As part of the leadership experience, CCS students took a few days to visit some of the sites in and around the city, many of which have historical implications in shaping the framework of the United States.
Forty-four Warrior Leadership Academy students from CCS traveled to Washington, D.C. for their Student Leadership University 201 experience.
Last week, Mrs. Galbreath, Yearbook Adviser, and Miss Lechman, Photography Teacher were able to travel to Orlando, Florida to attend Jostens Adviser University (JAU). With advisers from all over the country, they felt very blessed to learn from top-notch instructors and network with other educators.
Original research was conducted this year by 10 members of the Class of 2022. We are pleased to announce that all students successfully completed the AP Research Academic Paper and Presentation.
Fifty-three freshmen students began their Student Leadership University journey by attending the SLU 101 conference in San Antonio. This is the first step in a four-year pathway to develop strong, active Christian leaders who will allow God to use them to do exceedingly and abundantly more than they can ask or imagine. (Ephesians 3:20-21)
The Warrior Swim Team competed in their first meet on Saturday, November 5. The competition included swimmers from CHSM, The Woodlands Christian and Frassati.
The high school and middle school cross country teams celebrated their season at their annual awards banquet on Monday, November 7 at The MET Church.
With a dominating performance against Bay Area Friday night, our varsity football team secured their third straight district championship. The 47-0 victory culminated in a district-run that had the Warriors averaging 51 points per game while holding opponents to only seven.
The cross country team hosted 58 teams in this year’s Warrior Invitational on Saturday, September 24 at Houston Northwest Church (HNW) with spectacular results.
Last Thursday, the Warriors defeated Lutheran South 8 – 0 for their first victory of the season. The Warriors played tough defense throughout the game, keeping the Pioneers out of the end zone, to post the first shut out of the season as well.
Coach Tate has been a part of the CCS family for over seven years. She is excited to join us this year as the middle school girls head basketball coach.
Last week, the varsity cheer team hosted their annual Junior Pep Squad event for all elementary girls.
Middle school football B-team fell to River Oaks Baptist School on Tuesday, September 6 in their first game of the regular season.
Football season is back! Our Warriors opened the 2022 football season with a decisive victory over the Eagles from Bryan Brazos Academy.
For the second consecutive year, the CCS Warrior varsity baseball team has earned the American Baseball Coaches Association's Team Academic Excellence Award.
This past week, the varsity and middle school cheer squads attended the UCA cheer camp at Texas A&M University.
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!