Kindergarten students were so excited to have a presentation from our local fire station. They learned what to do if they were ever in a situation where there was a fire.
Elementary students completed their unit on coding in computer class by programming algorithms for class robots to carry out.
Kindergarten students celebrating 100 days of school!
On Tuesday, January 19, the Private and Parochial School Rodeo Art competition judging took place at NRG Stadium. All entries were delivered on Tuesday and returned Wednesday after the judging. CCS middle school and high school students entered and all received Finalists ribbons in their respective divisions.
This year, the elementary entered 10 pieces, from 10 different students to the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Art Show. The students who represented our school received nine Finalist Ribbons and one Gold Medal.
The CCS Library is so excited to be hosting an online book fair on March 1-14 for both elementary and secondary students.
This fall, high school photography students entered the TAPPS Photo Contest. With over 800 entries and 36 schools participating, our Warrior photographers earned eight awards for their hard work.
The annual National Art Honor Society/National Junior Art Honor Society (NAHS/NJAHS) Juried Exhibition showcases the artwork of talented student artists who are members of the NAHS/NJAHS programs.
The Calculus Honors class had fun with derivatives by creating board games. Each team determined the style and structure of the board game they wanted to create. They also had to decide what makes a board game fun.
Koedi has recently published her first children’s book, Pennies from Heaven, which is a true story of how she began her journey of helping people ‘one penny at a time.’
On Wednesday, December 16, elementary students presented a Christmas program at Warrior Stadium, honoring the Lord Jesus Christ, at the direction of Elementary Music teacher, Mrs. Overton.
Sixth-grade students created an “energy interactive lapbook” as they learned concepts related to energy.
The top three spelling bee winners in grades 5-8 competed in the ACSI Spell-Off on Wednesday, December 9. Here, the students competed to find the top five spellers at Cypress Christian School. We are very proud of their hard work and determination.
On November 19, CCS elementary students competed in grade-level competitions to determine first, second and third place winners in grades 2-5.
Students in Mr. Colchado’s eighth grade U.S. history class completed a research project that resulted in their very own podcast episode covering the American Revolution.
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.
The MS girls soccer team had an outstanding season this year.
In a hard-fought battle against The Woodlands Christian Academy, the CCS Warriors defeated TWCA 3-1 to claim the district championship last Wednesday night.
Middle school cheer finished the 2020-2021 season cheering on the boys during the A-team basketball district championship on Saturday, January 30
The Lady Warriors took the pitch last night against the Logos Prep Lions, and what a match it was.
On Tuesday, the varsity boys district home opener versus Northland Christian kept the fans on the edge of their seats the entire game. The Warriors led the Cougars throughout the game until the 4th quarter.
The CCS middle school swim team completed the 2020/2021 season by dominating the Middle School Swim Championship meet hosted on January 27, 2021.
Coach Kris Hogan has been nominated by the Touchdown Club of Houston for Private School Coach of the Year.
The Lady Warriors defeat both Faith West and Lutheran North with decisive victories.
Parker Coates and John Macune had some close saves and big punts on Thursday, January 14 against Allen Academy.
The CCS high school and middle school swim teams participated in the first-ever Cypress Christian Swim Classic with both teams delivering improved times in relays and individual events.
CCS basketball hosted the annual Warrior Classic Tournament January 7-9 with six girls and six boys teams this year. There was good competition and plenty of games for every team to play.