The CCS Fine Arts Department presented four magical performances of the classic “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Audiences were delighted watching these lovable Peanuts characters come to life through our talented fine arts students both on stage and backstage.
Senior Davis Carver is excited to play the character of Charlie Brown in the Fine Arts production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Senior Rachel Salazar is looking forward to playing Snoopy in this weekend’s production. Tickets are still available for all performances scheduled for March 3-5.
Senior Greyson Landrum (at left) will portray the beloved Schroeder in the upcoming musical “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Senior Sydney Crofton (at right) will play the hilarious Lucy Van Pelt in the production scheduled for March 3-5. Tickets going fast. Secure your seats today!
Julia, along with 112 students from across the state, performed for approx. 2,500 friends, family members and music teachers in San Antonio, TX. The concert was conducted by Dr. Snow from Michigan State University.
Senior Hannah Hurst (at left) is the stage manager for the CCS Fine Arts musical "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." Claire Courreges (at right) is the assistant stage manager. They are both looking forward to the performances set for March 3-5.
Brandon Clarke (at left) will play Franklin, a member of the Peanuts ensemble, in the upcoming fine arts production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” to be held March 3-5. Spencer Sager (at right) will play Pigpen in the musical.
Senior Caitlyn McCreary (at left) will make her debut appearance as Lydia and senior Shelby Zerwas (at right) is looking forward to appearing as Marcie in the Fine Arts performance of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" set for March 3-5.
The winners’ artwork including a first-place piece, nine second-place pieces and two third-place pieces, along with western art created by secondary art students, will be on display in Building A during the month of February.
Congratulations to Julia Williams who will represent CCS at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention for a second consecutive year. Congratulations to Maddi Kendall, Caitlyn McCreary, and Rachel Salazar who also had the honor of competing for this elite choir.
Congratulations to our three blue ribbons winners for excellent artwork: Cloe Lehman (5th), Zak Wright (3rd-not shown - artwork in the middle) and Autumn Elkins (3rd). Congratulations to our red ribbon winners too. Read more and view artwork...
The production of “The Diary of Anne Frank” garnered high school drama students fourth place and several individual awards as well as praise from fellow contest participants. The drama team was honored to represent Cypress Christian School and tell this most important story.
Veterans from all areas of the armed forces were in attendance at the annual assembly held in their honor. CCS welcomed Jonathan Sandys, great-grandson of Winston Churchill to speak at the event. Read more, view photos and video of this special occasion.
Warrior Choir members Caitlyn McCreary, Hannah Hurst, Rachel Salazar and Julia Williams sang in the TMEA Region 27 Choir Concert. These students, plus choir members Christian Andrus and Maddi Kendall, have two more rounds of auditions before earning a spot in the TMEA Small School All-State Choir. Also, Julia Williams recently earned the opportunity to sing with Honors Women's Choir in the WorldStrides Concert Series at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Instead of trick or treating on Oct. 31, CyChristian's International Thespian Troupe #7062 collected 235 pounds of non-perishable food items that were then donated to the Northwest Assistance Ministries food pantry.
This group of 23 musicians, led by Brandon Clarke (senior), worked extremely hard to prepare for the contest and ended with a wonderful performance that was well received by the crowd and earned fourth place. Their performance piece, entitled "Not On My Drum," was six minutes long and full of high energy playing and several different marching formations.
The Fine Arts Night art exhibit was set up by National Art Honor Society officers Chris McKnight, Hannah Hurst, Olivia Crozier and Lindsay Webster and included art from each high school art class. Read more about exhibit and upcoming competitions...
Warriors enjoyed a fun week of homecoming festivities including dress-up days, games, contests, parades, a pep rally and more. Alumni and families joined the fun on Friday night, and the class of 2006 enjoyed their 10-year reunion festivities throughout the weekend.
Abigail received 1,136 votes to win the grade 7-9 division and was presented a beautiful plaque with her winning art pictured on it along with a $50 gift certificate to purchase art supplies from Blick Art Materials. In addition, the CCS secondary art department received $100 to purchase supplies.
CCS is seeking artwork from elementary and secondary students depicting the story of Christmas, the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. At least six works of art will be selected to appear on the CCS Christmas card that will be sent to vendors, donors and fellow Christian schools.
Thanks to our prayer partners and donors for joining with us as together we build the facilities needed to continue to provide the best Christian education possible for our families and for our community. The Campus Life Center and Gym is scheduled to be completed at the end of this school year. CCS will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony and tour. Watch for more info on this historical event.