AP Spanish students recently read an adapted prose version of the epic poem "Poema del mío Cid" and compared it to the original verse. Students each chose a character from the poem and created a shield with emblems to represent important events and character traits of the person.
Elementary, middle school and high students participated in the "Operation Christmas Child" project through Samaritan’s Purse. The Christmas boxes will be delivered to children in countries all around the world. This is a wonderful way for students to help send the gospel message to a child in another country. Overall, 169 boxes were packed!
Biomedical science students investigated how insulin and glucose are involved in cell communication. Students used a design process to create a 3-D working model demonstrating how insulin works to move glucose into cells, and to explain this process to their target audience.
Eighth graders experienced firsthand how the Supreme Court of the United States functions as part of their study of American history. After learning how cases are selected, presented in court and then decided, students were given a real court case and held a mock trial.
Chemistry students celebrated a unit of measurement known as a mole. Mole Day commemorates Avogadro's Number (6.02 x 10^23) which is used to convert between atoms/molecules and grams. The students had fun creating stuffed moles, naming them, and costuming them appropriately.
On November 6, 2017, CCS welcomed friends and family members to the 2017 American Festival. This event provided the opportunity for each fifth-grade student to perform an originally and independently written dramatic monologue based on the life of a Civil War character chosen by the student.
The Middle School Science Elective is at it again! Over the past several weeks, students have explored various areas of science including biochemistry, oceanography, architecture, organic chemistry and engineering.
This exciting addition to the curriculum allows students to take what they are learning in Mrs. Hinn’s Life Science class and apply it (hands-on) in the outdoors. Students had access to resources such as challenge courses, parrots, snakes, canoes, zip lines, star-gazing, climbing walls and laser games with instruction from Christian counselors.
Thirty Middle School National Junior Honor Society members had a chance to serve at Kids Meals of Houston. All enthusiastically agreed that it was a wonderful opportunity to represent Christ and to serve others in our Houston community!
Of the 1.5 million entrants, some 50,000 with the highest PSAT/NMSQT® Selection Index scores (critical reading + mathematics + writing skills scores) qualify for recognition in the National Merit® Scholarship Program. Congratulations to senior Julia Williams, who received the Commended Student award.
Warriors enjoyed a fun week of homecoming festivities including dress-up days, food trucks, games, contests, a bonfire, parades, a pep rally and more. Alumni and families joined the fun on Friday night.
Homecoming week was an exciting time around campus to watch our school spirit shine, and for our students to build relationships with each other. Teams were asked to do spirit-related challenges that built teamwork and leadership skills.