Mr. Lyle Williams and Mrs. Kathy Wright were elected by the Society to serve on the CCS Board of Directors for three-year terms beginning June 2017. CCS thanks board members Mr. Chad Braun and Mr. Greg Petru for serving the school well as they finish their current terms of board service this May.
Students communicated the findings of their experiments to scientific professionals at the regional level, and each of them did an exceptional job. "They put their hearts and souls into these projects," said CCS science teacher Robyn Cloutier, "and honored God through all of their hard work and study." Congratulations to the winners of this year's Science Fair. Read more and view photos...
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.
Seven students in grades 6-8 participated in the math competition with each placing. Students qualified for this event by scoring in the top range in the entire six-state region. Congratulations students!
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!
Friends, family members, students and teachers attended this year’s sixth grade Living Wax Museum honoring heroes of our faith and heroes of our history. More than 40 sixth grade students dressed in costumes and gave monologues as a culmination of their unit on biographies at the event.
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.
Students in the junior New Testament Survey class completed a research project on various cities visited in the book of Acts. This project culminated in a group presentation, showcasing the creative talents of the students.
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.