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When Junior Achievement was no longer an option for our elementary school students, Dr. Allen began searching for alternative curriculum that matched our mission of cultural impact.
Monday and Tuesday, January 22-23, CCS held Spiritual Emphasis Days to provide students with a pause from their ordinary academic schedules in order to hear from God’s Word, participate in worship through song and think through what it looks like
The CCS basketball programs were pleased to offer our first Elementary Basketball Night last week.
On Thursday, December 7, the sanctuary of The MET Church was filled with the sounds of Christmas. Our youngest TK Warriors opened the evening with a song, followed by amazing performances from the secondary choirs.
Fifth graders had the opportunity to attend a Fifth-Grade Retreat at Carolina Creek Camp. The fifth-grade students who attended were able to spend three days and two nights working on team building, getting to know each other better and growing

Third graders visited the Houston Interactive Aquarium and Animal Preserve on Tuesday. They were able to see, touch and feed animals from many different habitats. Some of the students’ favorites were petting […]

Last Friday evening, elementary dads and daughters gathered for our first Daddy Daughter “Candyland” Dance. They had a sweet night that included tiaras, dancing, playing games, face painting, a balloon artist, […]

Our second through fifth-grade students have been working hard preparing for the spelling bee! We are so proud of all of them! Ten to 15 students from each grade level […]

Last Thursday (1/19) and Friday (1/20), CCS held “Spiritual Emphasis” days to provide students with a pause from their ordinary academic schedules in order to hear from God’s Word, participate […]

Wow! What a great day celebrating 100 days of kindergarten! Students rotated through stations and STEM activities all surrounding the number 100. One of Mrs. Roberts’ favorites was seeing the […]

The TK and kindergarten classes had the opportunity to meet former CCS alumna and published child author, Koedi Nealy (’21). Students were mesmerized by her, loved hearing her read her […]

On Thursday, December 8, the sanctuary of The MET Church was filled with the sounds of Christmas as K-12 students honored the Lord Jesus through drama and song performing “All […]