Congratulations to 14 students who entered several photos in the TAPPS Fall Photography Competition and received an art medal for their entries.
The high school engineering class had an unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tour NASA last week. The class was given the chance to go behind the scenes and tour the actual grounds and workplace of NASA.
This fall, elementary students participated in the ACSI District Math Olympics competition. All eighteen students listed below performed very well amongst other schools in our district with 15 out of 18 placing as Area Qualifiers.
The Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Art Competition for Private and Parochial Schools was held at the NRG Stadium on Monday, January 13 with 50 schools attending from all over the Houston and surrounding areas.
On Friday, January 10, Spanish III Honors and Spanish IV AP students took part in a two-hour murder-mystery event conducted entirely in Spanish. Each student played the role of a storybook or fairytale character as they tried to solve the mystery of "Who Killed Bo Peep?"
This year, elementary students sent 10 pieces to the Houston Livestock and Rodeo Art Competition.
Fourth-graders recently completed their work on an exciting unit in science.
Upon return to school, Spanish III Honors student began an independent reading project. They were able to choose between four short novels
The Middle School Theatre Class performed the “Second Annual Christmas Telethon Spectacular”
Five students from Ms. Lazar’s seventh-grade class won the honor of visiting the Lanier Chapel and Library this week.
Junior Bible students, Abby Gilreath and Allie Fronek, created a children's devotional book for Advent about the life of Jesus for their finals project.
Elim Christian School students came to CCS on Monday for a Christmas party hosted by the tribe of Judah.
The eighth-grade class went to the Houston Food Bank on Monday, December 2.
Sixth-grade students recently finished two units in science class about soils, erosion and deposition. As a culmination of the units, the students were challenged to design and build an earthen dam.
Great Day Houston welcomed CCS Junior, Koedi Nealy and 16 CCS students who are Graced Ministry Ambassadors and their parents to a live taping on November 1. Koedi began collecting pennies, which are easily cast aside, to provide everyday essentials for the homeless.