In the past two weeks, both the Houston Chronicle and Houstonia Magazine have reported Cypress Christian School among the top private schools in Houston.
Last week, elementary students in grades 2-5 participated in the ACSI district round Spelling Bee.
Last Thursday and Friday, National Art Honor Society (headed by President Gabby Kostecki) led an after-school art activity for elementary students where they made their own “pet rocks.”
On Wednesday, November 6, Olympic gold medalist, Josh Davis, spoke to sixth through 12th-grade students in chapel. Josh asked the students to think about what story you and God are going to write for your life.
Last week, Cypress Christian Advanced Theatre students competed in the Division I TAPPS One Act Play competition. Students performed their production of These Shining Lives by Melanie Marnich and received third place in district, placing them above other talented productions.
Fourth-graders took a bus trip to Angleton for their field trip to Crocodile Encounter: Houston’s Largest Reptile Show.
The engineering class was tasked to find a package design that would keep a raw egg from cracking after being dropped three stories high to simulate a company's redesign of packaging a specific part that is continuously damaged in shipping.
Fourth-grade students have been busy learning about the five regions of the United States and the 50 states and capitals.
Last Thursday, October 17, CCS hosted on campus a Pastor Appreciation Luncheon. Fifty-three pastors from 32 churches, representing approximately 343 CCS students were in attendance.
CCS fourth-graders had a great trip to an off-campus lab experience at Little Beakers on October 22. Students donned their lab coats and safety glasses, and briefly reviewed lab rules before starting the hands-on lab session.
On Friday, October 4, Fine Arts students from our art, choir, and theatre programs put together a production that glorified God and the talents that he has given our students. The arts at CCS are alive and thriving for Christ.
First grade had an amazing field trip to Dewberry Farms on Friday, October 4.
Zach Thibodeaux was the Artist of the Week Winner for Artsonia for September 29 - October 5.
In New Testament Survey, juniors memorized Matthew 5:1-12 and created posters based on their study of the Beatitudes!
The Tribe of Judah kicked off the year with a Hawaiian-themed luncheon on September 9. This was soon followed up with a field trip on September 24 to Elim Christian School, a school that provides students with learning differences a Christian education.