CCS has won the 2020-2021 4A Henderson Cup for the first time in school history. The Henderson Cup is awarded to the best overall private school in Texas based on achievement in academics, fine arts and athletics competitions throughout the school year
Cypress Christian School’s advanced drama class had the honor of performing for our secondary student body this Wednesday during chapel. Their show, Antigone in Munich, will also be performed for CCS families at The MET Church Student Building on Saturday, October 23 at 6 p.m.
First grade just finished writing personal narratives in Writer’s Workshop.
Dr. Berens announced on Wednesday that Audrey Mills, Anthony Shatby, Jackson Owen, Jacob Swan and Isabella Henslee have been named Commended Students in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program.
National Art Honor Society (NAHS) had its first meeting on Wednesday, September 22 during lunch to greet their new members and go over what is ahead for them in their art community service, projects and activities for this school year.
Girls in kindergarten through fifth grade formed the CCS Junior Pep Squad last week, joining the Warrior cheerleaders to practice after school all week.
Mrs. Yaw's engineering students now have a better understanding of the design considerations that go into building a bridge. Building a bridge is not just a matter of science but also contains an understanding of social studies as well as mathematics. The roles on the "construction-site" teams consisted of project manager/builder, architect/builder and accountant/builder.
Coach Bretz's two seventh-grade classes opened up the year by reading Tim Tebow's book "Shaken". The main theme of the book is that our identity is defined not by changing circumstances, but by an unchanging God.
The engineering classes recently studied civil engineering. Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally-built environment, including public works such as roads, bridges, canals, dams, airports, sewage systems, pipelines, structural components of buildings and railways.
Ninth and tenth-grade students spent a week studying the ways that God worked through the lives of the patriarchs in Genesis (Isaac, Jacob and Joseph).
The principles of engineering classes and the honors engineering class were tasked to create a package that would protect an egg from breaking after being dropped from the football stadium stands. A real life application helped give the egg drop challenge a new meaning and purpose.
In Mr. Nugent's senior Bible class, students were put into small groups and given some clay. They were to “create” a new person or creature that would be with them all the time.
The honors engineering class was given an impromptu group design project.
Dr. Morales’ AP World History students participated in creative chatter to review for the Classical Era unit exam.
Last Saturday, students in the Class of 2022 continued the tradition of painting their newly assigned parking spaces.
CCS has won the 2020-2021 4A Henderson Cup for the first time in school history. The Henderson Cup is awarded to the best overall private school in Texas based on achievement in academics, fine arts and athletics competitions throughout the school year.
Middle school volleyball has had an awesome season with all three teams posting winning records.
The middle school boys and girls cross country teams competed in the HAPS district meet on Thursday, October 14.
JV and varsity volleyball played hard close matches against Faith West on Tuesday and took the win.
Our #1 ranked Warrior varsity football team began district play with a resounding win over Rosehill Christian, 49–0!
On Wednesday, CCS introduced what we hope will be a new tradition with our Senior Athlete Adoption Program. Senior fall athletes from football, cross country, cheer and drumline were adopted by elementary classes
The cross country teams hosted almost 1,000 runners and 57 total schools at the Warrior Invitational last Saturday at Houston Northwest Church.
The Warrior JV football season is off to a great start! The first game came against Episcopal High School and the Warriors were able to capture a 21-6 victory.
Our Warrior varsity football team has started the '21 campaign off strong with back-to-back wins over quality opponents! The Warriors opened the season on August 27, with a win over Class 5A Ft. Worth Christian on August 27 and last week knocked off three-time defending state champion, Shiner St. Paul, in a very physical game here in Cypress. Currently, our Warriors are the #1 ranked team in Texas in our classification!
Last Saturday, the boys and girls teams competed in the “ReLay” Hot XC Relays.
The Houston Chronicle has named the Cypress Christian School football team one of the top private school teams across Houston! Come out and support the Warriors!
The varsity volleyball team played in the Summer Blowout Tournament at Faith Academy Bellville last weekend.
On Tuesday, high school volleyball played in their season opener.
Seniors Abbie Hirth and Andrew Smith are set to compete in the 55th AAU Junior Olympic Games taking place in Houston from July 31 through August 7.
The American Baseball Coaches Association is proud to recognize college and high school programs from across the country who have been awarded the 2020-21 ABCA Team Academic Excellence Award.