On Friday, January 10, Spanish III Honors and Spanish IV AP students took part in a two-hour murder-mystery event conducted entirely in Spanish. Each student played the role of a storybook or fairytale character as they tried to solve the mystery of "Who Killed Bo Peep?"
This year, elementary students sent 10 pieces to the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Art Competition.
Fourth-graders recently completed their work on an exciting unit in science.
Upon return to school, Spanish III Honors student began an independent reading project. They were able to choose between four short novels
The Middle School Theatre Class performed the “Second Annual Christmas Telethon Spectacular”
Five students from Ms. Lazar’s seventh-grade class won the honor of visiting the Lanier Chapel and Library this week.
Junior Bible students, Abby Gilreath and Allie Fronek, created a children's devotional book for Advent about the life of Jesus for their finals project.
Elim Christian School students came to CCS on Monday for a Christmas party hosted by the tribe of Judah.
The eighth-grade class went to the Houston Food Bank on Monday, December 2.
Sixth-grade students recently finished two units in science class about soils, erosion and deposition. As a culmination of the units, the students were challenged to design and build an earthen dam.
Great Day Houston welcomed CCS Junior, Koedi Nealy and 16 CCS students who are Graced Ministry Ambassadors and their parents to a live taping on November 1. Koedi began collecting pennies, which are easily cast aside, to provide everyday essentials for the homeless.
CCS elementary and middle school students were given the opportunity to touch another child’s life through Operation Christmas Child or “Operation Shoebox.” This outreach is a national ministry of Samaritan’s Purse, its mission to bring the good news of Christ’s love to a child outside of the United States.
Third-grade students wrote a book report and then decorated a pumpkin to represent a character from the book.
Last week, elementary students in grades 2-5 participated in the ACSI district round Spelling Bee.
Last Thursday and Friday, National Art Honor Society (headed by President Gabby Kostecki) led an after-school art activity for elementary students where they made their own “pet rocks.”
In all three of these dynamic games, our tenacious and aggressive defense led by Brayden Stovall held their opponents back, securing three shutouts in a row. The Warrior defense can claim a total of seven shutouts out of ten games this season.
Last weekend, the high school varsity competition cheer team and the middle school A team traveled to compete in the FCC Texas Showdown in Garland, TX.
The Warrior varsity boys soccer team defeated Frassati Catholic by a final score of 4-2 on Tuesday evening on the wet, thick grass at Frassati Field in Spring, TX.
The boys varsity soccer team faced off against Westbury Christian on Friday, January 10 and won convincingly with a score of 8-0.
The CCS Warrior Classic Basketball Tournament was a success this past weekend as Cypress Christian played host to seven girls and seven boys varsity basketball teams.
The Warrior high school and middle school swim teams participated in their second meet of the season on Friday, December 6 at the Holiday Relay Meet at University of Houston.
Friday was a great night of soccer at CCS.
The Lady Warrior Basketball team took a day off from practice on Monday to go shopping for Mission of Yahweh, a mission organization in Northwest Houston, that houses women and children.
The boys middle school basketball C team continues to have an amazing season! They have a 10 and 1 record for the season and are ranked #1 in their league.
The middle school girls basketball season is off to a great start! Both the A & B teams have been working hard in practice and opened the first couple weeks of the season with three straight wins each.
High school volleyball recently held the end-of-year awards ceremony.
We are proud to say that these six seniors who signed National Letters of Intent today, committing to play college athletics, represent 10% of the Class of 2020 with more seniors still to commit later in the year!
Our largest-ever swim team participated in the Ninth Annual Polar Bear Meet held at the Cy-Fair Natatorium on Saturday, November 9 and five school records were set.
The Warriors traveled to Lutheran South last Friday to take on the district-leading Pioneers in another tough road contest. Ultimately, their effort was not enough for a victory but there were some special things in store.
On October 25, the Warriors hosted the undefeated Second Baptist Eagles. The defense kept the Warriors in the game early by coming up with some big stops but the offense could never get going.