The CCS STEM classes were challenged to create structures made of popsicle sticks and hot glue that were less than 50 grams and measured between 7.5" and 9” in height.
Seventh graders finished their genetics and DNA unit in Life Science class by completing the strawberry DNA extraction lab.
Our second through fifth-grade students have been working hard preparing for the spelling bee! We are so proud of all of them!
CCS held “Spiritual Emphasis” days to provide students with a pause from their ordinary academic schedules in order to hear from God’s Word, participate in worship through song and think through what it looks like to follow the Lord with their everyday lives. Champion Forest Baptist Church – Champions Campus graciously hosted both days, providing hospitality, a worship team and a myriad of activities for students to participate in.
Last week, members of the Warrior Leadership Academy joined Director of Culture, Coach Kris Hogan for lunch where he reminded everyone that there are always three things people talk about.
We are so excited to announce that we earned 16 awards which made us the school taking home the most awards in the 3A-4A category!
What a great day celebrating 100 days of kindergarten!
CCS sixth-grade students went on an amazing field trip to The Natural Bridge Caverns outside of San Antonio. They took a guided tour and traveled a half-mile and 108 ft. below the ground of the largest and most spectacular show cavern in Texas.
Spanish classes celebrated January 6 known as King's Day or Epiphany by cutting and sampling a Rosca de Reyes.
Students in Ms. Lazar's seventh-grade ELA class reflected on God's goodness over the past year and set goals for the new year by choosing a word to guide them in their academic, spiritual and personal lives.
The TK and kindergarten classes had the opportunity to meet former CCS alumna and published child author, Koedi Nealy ('21).
Eighth-grade English students completed the captivating reading unit, "Unbroken: An Olympian’s Journey from Airman to Castaway to Captive, the life story of Louis Zamperini"
The middle school drama class recently presented the play "The Second Annual Christmas Telethon Spectacular".
On Thursday, December 8, the sanctuary of The MET Church was filled with the sounds of Christmas as K-12 students honored the Lord Jesus through drama and song performing "All About that Baby" at the annual Christmas program.
Recently, Mrs. Baldwin’s seventh-grade English students took learning “on the road” and visited the Lanier Theological Library to complement the completion of a novel study, "Anna of Byzantium".
Middle school boys basketball had their team awards program to cap off the 2022-2023 season.
Congratulations to the MS B Team boys basketball team and Coach Austin on having a stellar season and making it to the HAPS Division 2 championship game.
The Warrior high school swim team competed in the TAPPS East Regional swim meet on Saturday, January 21, at the University of Houston. In a field of 13 teams, both the girl’s team and the boy’s team finished in sixth place in Division III. Many of the swimmers swam their fastest times of the season and several individuals had top 10 finishes.
The CCS middle school boys basketball program competes in the Houston Area Private School Conference (HAPS) and is comprised of an A, B and C teams. Each team began its season back in November 2022 and now has culminated the last week of January 2023.
On Saturday, January 14, the Warrior Dance team competed in the TAPPS State Dance competition for the first time, taking third place!
The Warrior Swim high school team competed in the Houston Area Private and Parochial Invitational on Saturday at the University of Houston.
The Warrior swim teams, both high school and middle school, competed last Saturday at the Bay Area Christian Meet. The combined teams finished in third place overall in a field of seven schools.
The Warrior high school swim team had a meet last Saturday at Westfield High School. The team had a few top five finishes in both individual and relay events while competing against 15 other schools.
The Cypress Christian School football team will once again be playing in the final game of the season as they make an unprecedented third trip in a row to the State Championship game! The Warriors definitely had to earn it, having to make a desperate comeback to defeat San Antonio Holy Cross 36-32 in a wild semifinal game. Coach Hogan says the team is beat up physically, but excited for the opportunity.
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.