CCS junior, Camden Khuong has been accepted to participate in the 2020 University of Miami Summer Scholars Program.
Middle school students made scratchboard art from photos of their pets, themself, family and nature.
Sixth-grade students celebrated completing their studies of Ancient Greece with the annual Greek Festival. This year, a student-led committee planned, organized and executed all of the events.
In the second full week of e-learning, Mr. Colchado could not be more thrilled about the work that his eighth-grade students are producing.
We had great fun reading books during the third quarter to earn a day of wearing crazy socks!
Each National Art Honor Society member completed a 10" cardboard square with their choice of media and style to complete this wall art piece of a “Bob Ross” type CCS Warrior. This NAHS piece was designed from a drawing by artist Brittany Hough, junior class.
In Senor Dubon's Spanish classes, students concluded the unit about "Birthday Celebrations" with a big fiesta day to celebrate student's birthdays the Hispanic way with piñatas.
On Friday, February 28, elementary students competed in the ACSI Area Speech Meet competition in Huntsville. Our students worked hard, encouraged each other and represented their Savior and Cypress Christian School through their public speaking skills.
On Wednesday, February 26, the National Art Honor Society took their annual museum field trip to the Pearl Museum of Fine Arts.
Fifteen elementary students in grades 3-5 performed in the Area ACSI Math Olympics in The Woodlands on Saturday, February 22.
Last weekend, the senior class spent time in beautiful central Texas at the Potts and Petru family ranches.
Last week, the high school academic team had its state qualifier competition on campus. The top three finishers in each category qualified for the state team and will compete at the TAPPS State Academic Meet in Waco on March 31 and April 1
This year’s seventh-grade girls all joined the 66 Club in Mrs. Mynes' Bible class. Every girl in the grade was able to say all 66 books of the Bible.
Elementary science lab students have been exploring electrical energy with open and closed circuits, conductors and insulators, electromagnets and adding a switch to a circuit.
This quarter, students have been reading and learning about the holocaust and what life was like in Europe during World War II.
With a pause put on the softball season, we want to recognize the contributions of our senior athletes
What can tell the story of a season that is suspended with only a third of it completed? Baseball, loved by many for the beauty of its action, is also a game of numbers. All seven Warriors in the class of 2020 collected double-digit hit totals in a mere 13 games played, with 30 extra base hits.
CCS high school track and field is still preparing for the TAPPS state meet as we now plan for May 25-30. Our athletes have been able to compete in three invitational meets and have done well.
our Cypress Christian Warrior varsity baseball team competed last week in the Pearland First Pitch tournament. The Warriors opened up on the road at Santa Fe High School as the #1 ranked team.
The CCS varsity swim team completed the 2019-2020 season last week at the TAPPS Division II state championship. The boys team finished ninth overall and the girls team finished 15th. Elliott Jones was named Swimmer of the Meet.
Remembering that they are "Stronger Together" was what the girls MS soccer team focused on during the 2019-2020 season. Ecclesiastes 4:12 explains that a chord of three strands is not easily broken and that we are designed to work together. Soccer is a sport that requires teamwork and is a sport where one person cannot beat another team all by themselves.
The varsity boys Warrior soccer team faced off against St. Joseph's Academy in Brownsville on February 5 in the TAPPS Division II State Soccer Tournament.
CCS Senior swimmer, Elliott Jones is ranked in the top 100 swimmers in the world (18 & under) according to the USA Swimming World 100 list, 84th in the 100 backstroke and 61st in the 200 backstroke!
The middle school girls basketball season ended last weekend with both the A & B teams competing in the HAPS District Tournament held at Rosehill Christian where both teams took home the first-place hardware as district champions!
The 2019-2020 basketball season for middle school boys was a very special and exciting one. All three boys teams competed hard every game, displayed outstanding team basketball and represented Christ well both on and off the court.
The Lady Warriors varsity soccer team defeated Westbury Christian 6-2 in their first game of the district tournament on Monday to earn a spot in the District Tournament Championship game.
The MS Warrior boys soccer team earned their second district championship in two years and finished the season with 9 wins, 2 losses and a tie.
The middle school girls soccer team had a great regular season with a record of seven wins, two losses and one tie and finished the season as district runners-up.
Our middle school swim team completed its inaugural season at the 2019 Southeast Texas Middle School Championships on Thursday, January 23 with five top-ten finishes.
With a victory over Frassati Catholic, the Warriors are guaranteed a spot in the TAPPS State Soccer Tournament, beginning February 5.