This year, our CCS artists stole the show at the Private/Parochial Division School art judging on Tuesday, January 18 at the NRG Center. CCS won the Gold Medal award for both Middle School and High School Art and a Special Merit Award for High School.
CCS brought home 10 medals and seven ribbons in the TAPPS Fall Photo Competition!
On Wednesday, January 12, seventh-grade students had the opportunity to visit Washington-on-the-Brazos, the “Birthplace of Texas.” On their visit, students walked the same trails and paths that the founders of Texas walked.
Recently, Mrs. Baldwin’s seventh-grade English students completed a novel study of Anna of Byzantium, and to complement the book they visited the Lanier Theological Library.
On December 9, the sanctuary of TheMet Church was filled with the sounds of Christmas as K-12 students honored the Lord Jesus through drama and song performing "Raad Tidings" at the annual Christmas program.
CCS middle school theater is back! This week, the Intro to Theatre class presented the play "Operation Christ Child" to their friends and family.
On Sunday, the Warrior Drumline was invited to perform during the worship service at Second Baptist Church – Cypress.
CCS elementary students were given the opportunity to touch another child’s life through Operation Christmas Child.
On Wednesday, December 15, the library hosted author and CCS alumna, Koedi Nealy. Koedi is the author of the book “Pennies from Heaven,” a fiction book based on personal events which teaches children that although they are young, they can do great things for God.
On Tuesday, third-grade students took a field trip to the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center.
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.
On Friday, November 12 and 13, Cypress Christian School’s One Act Play students competed in the TAPPS State One Act Play Competition in Kerrville, TX with their performance of Antigone in Munich by Claudia Haas.
Students from the CCS National Honor Society, along with Mr. Albers, Mr. Nugent and Coach Begnoche, volunteered at the Houston Food Bank from 8 a.m. to noon on November 16.
Kindergarten students enjoyed a field trip to The Oil Ranch.
On November 6, the Warrior Drumline participated in the Drum Along the Brazos drumline competition hosted by College Station High School. The Warrior Drumline had one of their best performances of the year.
Our Warrior football team captured the Texas State Championship by defeating a strong team from West Texas on Friday afternoon in Waco ISD Stadium.
The middle school girls basketball program has had a great season with both teams advancing to the playoffs.
The CCS middle school swim team ended its 2021-2022 season with a very strong performance at the Southeast Texas Private Middle School Championships on January 20. The Warriors finished fourth in the team competition, and most impressively set 20 personal best times during the meet.
The Houston Chronicle's Texas Sports Nation has named senior football players Cody Andrus, Jackson Owen and Jacob Moran to the 2021 All-Greater Houston Private School Football Team and named Coach Kris Hogan Coach of the Year.
Varsity boys basketball had a phenomenal weekend in the CCS Warrior Classic going 3-0 and earning tournament champs. Nile Austin and Price Schultea were selected for the All-Tournament team.
Before the Christmas break, the Lady Warriors basketball team went shopping together for the children of Mission of Yahweh, a mission organization in Northwest Houston, that they serve each Christmas.
The Lady Warriors basketball program really stepped out this past weekend as the junior varsity girls traveled to Conroe Lifestyle to compete in a varsity-level girls private school basketball tournament.
Volleyball wrapped up the season with their volleyball awards night. They had a great season and made it to regionals. Awards were given out to show the dedication the girls had in different areas.
Cypress Christian hosted a swim meet on Monday, December 6 at the Cy-Fair Natatorium, competing against Bay Area Christian, First Baptist Pasadena, Providence Christian and the British International School.
The boys and girls cross country teams celebrated the 2021 season with their awards banquet on Monday, November 29. High school cross country finished the season at the state meet in Waco with the boys finishing 12th and the women ninth.
The CCS varsity cheer team competed in the TAPPS State Cheer Competition this week and placed 4th, earning a superior rating.
We would like to congratulate Coach Kris Hogan on being named Private School Coach of the Year.
Three CCS seniors are finalists for the Touchdown Club of Houston Player of the Year award.
Last Saturday, the high school boys basketball program partnered with the Theta Chi Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity to distribute over 80 turkeys to families in need.
The middle school volleyball B team finished the season with amazing efforts in both the semi-final and championship matches.