In the past two weeks, both the Houston Chronicle and Houstonia Magazine have reported Cypress Christian School among the top private schools in Houston.
Elim Christian School students came to CCS on Monday for a Christmas party hosted by the tribe of Judah.
The eighth-grade class went to the Houston Food Bank on Monday, December 2.
Sixth-grade students recently finished two units in science class about soils, erosion and deposition. As a culmination of the units, the students were challenged to design and build an earthen dam.
Great Day Houston welcomed CCS Junior, Koedi Nealy and 16 CCS students who are Graced Ministry Ambassadors and their parents to a live taping on November 1. Koedi began collecting pennies, which are easily cast aside, to provide everyday essentials for the homeless.
CCS elementary and middle school 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.
Third-grade students wrote a book report and then decorated a pumpkin to represent a character from the book.
Last week, elementary students in grades 2-5 participated in the ACSI district round Spelling Bee.
Last Thursday and Friday, National Art Honor Society (headed by President Gabby Kostecki) led an after-school art activity for elementary students where they made their own “pet rocks.”
On Wednesday, November 6, Olympic gold medalist, Josh Davis, spoke to sixth through 12th-grade students in chapel. Josh asked the students to think about what story you and God are going to write for your life.
Last week, Cypress Christian Advanced Theatre students competed in the Division I TAPPS One Act Play competition. Students performed their production of These Shining Lives by Melanie Marnich and received third place in district, placing them above other talented productions.
Fourth-graders took a bus trip to Angleton for their field trip to Crocodile Encounter: Houston’s Largest Reptile Show.
The engineering class was tasked to find a package design that would keep a raw egg from cracking after being dropped three stories high to simulate a company's redesign of packaging a specific part that is continuously damaged in shipping.
Fourth-grade students have been busy learning about the five regions of the United States and the 50 states and capitals.
Last Thursday, October 17, CCS hosted on campus a Pastor Appreciation Luncheon. Fifty-three pastors from 32 churches, representing approximately 343 CCS students were in attendance.
The Houston Chronicle published an article on August 12, 2019, naming Cypress Christian School #11 in Houston for athletes for all high schools, public and private.
The middle school girls basketball season is off to a great start! Both the A & B teams have been working hard in practice and opened the first couple weeks of the season with three straight wins each.
High school volleyball recently held the end-of-year awards ceremony.
We are proud to say that these six seniors who signed National Letters of Intent today, committing to play college athletics, represent 10% of the Class of 2020 with more seniors still to commit later in the year!
Our largest-ever swim team participated in the Ninth Annual Polar Bear Meet held at the Cy-Fair Natatorium on Saturday, November 9 and five school records were set.
The Warriors traveled to Lutheran South last Friday to take on the district-leading Pioneers in another tough road contest. Ultimately, their effort was not enough for a victory but there were some special things in store.
On October 25, the Warriors hosted the undefeated Second Baptist Eagles. The defense kept the Warriors in the game early by coming up with some big stops but the offense could never get going.
The Warriors lost a hard-fought football game to the Fort Bend Christian Academy Eagles 45–35.
The CCS MS Cross Country team finished its season with a district champion. Eighth-grader James Boutte led the district all season winning every district race, including the final district championship.
The Warriors regained that magic on Homecoming with an improbable last-second victory over the Westbury Christian Wildcats 33–28.
As we move into the final two weeks of the middle school football season, both teams had strong performances as the B team traveled to Western Academy and the A team hosted Rosehill.
Week six was another great week for middle school football that included a B team win over John Cooper and a dominating performance by the A team over a previously unbeaten Trinity Klein team.
Tryouts begin on Monday, October 14 for winter sports.
Week five of the middle school football season saw the B team have a strong performance against Western Academy while the A team ended up with a bye week.
Friday night was a classic of a football game but the Warriors came up short on the trip to Shiner as the Cardinals secured a 42-35 victory. The game was tied five different times and each team led three times.