This summer, rising junior Sydney Wax was invited to participate in the inaugural TAPPS Honors Choir in Waco.
Work began this week on the 2019-2020 edition of The Impact yearbook. Ana Sofía Navarro, Audrey Mills, Tatum Moore, Emma Hicks, Katherine Echols, Claire Achterkirch, Cayden Tate and Bethany Hotchkiss met with Advisor Kelly Galbreath for a summer workshop planning session.
The Ambassador Council has met twice this summer to set expectations for the 2019-2020 school year. The workshops were full of fun, games and food while focusing on what it means to be a servant-leader.
All 2018-2019 students who took AP Studio Art scored 100% passing grades on their AP Drawing and 2D Design Portfolio exams.
During the final week of school, the high school administration of Cypress Christian School hosted an academic and fine arts award night and a senior breakfast.
Middle School students and teachers gathered on Monday, May 20, for the annual end-of-year academic awards assembly. Students were honored for accomplishments in academics, leadership and Christian character.
On Thursday, May 16, the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) had the privilege to welcome 15 new members to its ranks. New members are chosen based on meeting certain academic standards and are individuals who demonstrate leadership, service and strong character attributes
The Pearl Museum of Fine Arts Student Art Contest was held this year at the Forum at Cypress Creek Christian Community Center with a reception that followed at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts. CCS had 20 art students who were finalists in this juried exhibition and one student receive the distinguished Jurors’ Selections Award for the Middle School Division. Congratulations to all our art students on a job well done!
The National Art Honor Society elected their officers for the coming year during their last official meeting of this school year and five NAHS members are featured in national newsletter.
On May 9, the middle school drama class performed a comedy called This is a Test, by Stephen Gregg, for their friends and family. The play takes a light-hearted look at the pressures of school, tests and general teen angst.
Physics students participated in the third annual CCS Magnetic Levitation Derby.
The eighth-grade class spent last week in Washington, D.C where they visited memorials and important sites.
While learning about amphibians, freshman students had the opportunity to dissect frogs.
Cypress Christian School was honored to celebrate our students and their achievements throughout the year at our Fine Arts Gala on Monday, April 29.
Recently during science class, sixth-graders spent time exploring Ozobots during an exciting new STEM activity.
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 football team went on its annual retreat to start the season this past weekend.
On Thursday, May 23, 2019, the Cypress Christian School Athletics Department hosted an awards night in the East Gym.
The high school track & field team celebrated the season on Monday night and awards were presented.
High school track & field had an incredible season with the boys team winning three invitational meets and placing second in the district meet. The girls team won one invitational meet and placed second in four meets and then went second in the district meet, third in the South Regional meet, and fifth place in the State 5A meet. The Lady Warriors were the highest scoring team from our district in the regional and state meets and only one point away from being recognized as the top four in TAPPS 5A State.
The Cypress Christian Warriors varsity baseball team finished district play in April and they won six of their last eight games to secure a second place finish in TAPPS Division II, District 6.
The CCS high school track & field team had a great day at the Regional Track & Field Meet on Thursday, April 25, in Bastrop, Texas. There were 27 athletes who competed that day. The girls team ended up bringing home the third-place team plaque, just 4.5 points shy of regional runner-up.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Richardson who represented CCS at the TAPPS regional golf tournament at Victoria Country Club on Tuesday, April 23.
The Girls and Boys Track & Field teams each won second place in the TAPPS 5A-7 District track meet on April 10-11. Twenty-seven athletes qualified for the Regional meet to be held in Bastrop, on Thursday, April 25. The Warriors will be competing in 28 individual events and five relays.
The 2019 baseball season for your CCS Warriors has already had its share of thrilling games, with even more to come in the last few weeks of district competition.
The 2018-2019 cheer season has come to a close. At the end-of-season party, Coach Terri Johnson handed out the following awards:
The 2018-2019 cheer season has come to a close. At the end-of-season party, Coach Jennifer Fleischhauer handed out the following awards:
The JV and Varsity boys basketball teams officially wrapped up their 2018-2019 season at their team basketball party and awards program on March 3.
The football program signed two players to play college football on national signing day. Christian Fleischhauer signed with East Central University in Oklahoma while Garrett Townsend committed to be a long snapper for Texas A&M University.
HS track & field is off to a great start with a total of 55 competitors, girls and boys. This is the biggest team in CCS history and in our first meet last Saturday, the boys won the team championship while the girls team came in second, just 7.5 points behind first place.