Academic Team was State Runner-Up, placing second in the division with two State Champions, Ana Sofia Navarro in Spanish and Ben Hensley in Math. Twelve of the 14 students who competed in the academic events placed in the top seven in their event.
The members of the National Art Honor Society with the help of CCS secondary art students were able to raise $1,000 in donations for the Boys & Girls Country with their The Wizard of Oz-themed art.
This quarter, our seventh-graders could choose Introduction to Drumline and Field Band for their elective. Dr. Chris Witschonke meets at 8 a.m. each morning with these budding musicians, and they are having a BLAST!
The engineering class explored the field of aerospace engineering. A calculated worksheet activity demonstrated the possible height and projection of different model rockets based on the type of rocket and engine used.
Sixth-grade Warriors researched and learned all about Ancient Greece. Students were sorted into groups to compete among the classes in both daily academic tasks and Olympic-style athletic events
Seventh-grade students became immersed in the life of their Texan by researching, writing and creating a PowerPoint presentation that incorporated several genres of writing.
Eighteen middle school students qualified to compete in the District Math Olympics against other ACSI schools.
Eighteen elementary students, grades 3-5, performed in the Area ACSI Math Olympics last month. Students competed in both reasoning and computation math skills against many other private schools in the Houston area. We are so proud of their accomplishments and hard work.
NAHS members recently worked on a CCS community art project for the Elementary After School Care students. Many of the members worked on supply packets to be used by the elementary students to create their own jumping jack puppet.
Congratulations go to Lynden Yough and Justin Kostecki for being winners in the Pearl Museum of Fine Arts Student Art Contest.
Biology students culminated their learning of the cardiovascular system with a dissection of a sheep’s heart.
Fifth grade celebrated Easter by performing the Easter story in their homeroom cohorts. Students acted out The Arrest and Trial of Jesus, The Crucifixion of Jesus and The Resurrection of Jesus.
This week in high school Wizard of Oz rehearsals, students have run through the full show in its entirety without scripts!
Upon winning the Scholastic Achievement Award from the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Art competition, Abigail completed the scholarship application process for the Western Art Academy Summer Art program in Kerrville, Texas.
Fourth-grade students have been learning of God’s creation with the movement of tectonic plates, erosion, weathering and deposition, and how those forces can lead to the formation of new landforms. The students then applied this knowledge to represent the landforms on a United States map.
For the first time in school history, BOTH, the boys varsity track & field team and the girls varsity track & field team were District Champions, Regional Champions and State Champions in the same year!
The Cypress Christian School Lady Warriors softball team wrapped up an undefeated district schedule and then avenged the team's only loss of the season in an exciting finish to the regular season.
The girls and boys golf teams both qualified to play in the TAPPS Regional Championships and our girls team (Abby Gilreath, Claire Johnson, Camden Maxey, Makena Pham and Elizabeth Richardson) placed first in the tournament, making them TAPPS Regional Champions, and are headed to the State Tournament on Monday and Tuesday, May 3-4, at Squaw Valley Golf Course in Glen Rose, Texas.
The CCS varsity track teams, both girls and boys took first place in the 4A South Region meet this week in Bastrop, TX.
The 2021 middle school A team baseball season has come to an end, but not without many memories that will last in the minds of each player. The season’s motto was “work hard, execute,” and that they did
Middle school softball had a great 2021 season, which should tell you we had an incredible group of young ladies on the field. During season play, our Lady Warriors racked up a 13 win – 2 loss record which left most of our opponents scratching their heads trying to figure out how to stop us.
Middle school track completed the season this year with great performances at the HAPS District Championship. The meet was held on April 6-7 at The Woodlands Christian Academy.
The middle school B baseball team played 11 games this season.
Cypress Christian School was named a finalist for the Greater Houston High School Sportsmanship Awards for actions during the 2020 high school football season.
The 2020-2021 cheer season ended with a banquet last Sunday. The girls were celebrated by honoring the hard work and success of the team. It was a great season, regardless of the craziness of this year. The team proudly cheered our Warrior football team to the state championship game while creating many memories that we will keep close to our hearts forever. Thank you Cypress Christian varsity cheer for an awesome year!
CCS freshman Caden Clinton is an elite gymnast who recently competed with his team in the Elite Team Cup. Caden placed third on the pommel horse and his team captured their sixth-consecutive win at this event.
Awards were recently given for all three middle school basketball teams after a great season.
CCS high school swimmers participated in the 2021 TAPPS State Championships for Division III on Monday, February 8 in San Antonio.
The middle school girls basketball teams completed their season last weekend with the girls A and B teams each competing to defend their 2019-2020 championship titles in the HAPS District Championship games vs. Magnolia Legacy Prep at Legacy Prep on Saturday, January 30.
The 2020-2021 middle school boys basketball season was another successful and promising one.