On Thursday, May 20, the high school administration honored high school students with both academic and athletic awards.
Cypress Christian School high school visual artists have created exceptional art during this past year of challenges. The annual TAPPS Art Competition was all online this year and the results are in and the CCS high school art program is 2021 TAPPS 4A State Runner-Up!
The ACSI Art Festival for this year was held on an online platform and the judging was much more intense for this challenging year.
NHS Officers for the 2021-2022 school year are (l-r) Treasurer: Anthony Shatby, Vice President: Makaylah Williams, President: Griffin Fisk, Chaplain: McKenzie Davenport, Historian: Jackson Braun and Secretary: Gillian Storey.
Sixth-grade students finished up the year with a hands-on exploration of the physics of motion.
This year, the seventh-grade Bible classes participated in a friendly Bible knowledge competition.
Our elementary art teacher, Mr. Martin, is retiring after 18 years of faithful service at CCS.
Forensic Science students completed the year by collecting and analyzing evidence from the scene of a document theft.
On May 3, 2021, the CCS chapter of National Junior Honor Society inducted 42 new members.
CCS National Art Honor Society finished their year with their annual “Grid Art Project” where each member completes a square for the final art piece.
Students in fourth grade recently completed a unit on research and informational writing in Mrs. Young’s class. Each student selected one of the 50 states in a drawing.
Academic Team was State Runner-Up, placing second in the division with two State Champions, Ana Sofia Navarro in Spanish and Ben Hensley in Math. Twelve of the 14 students who competed in the academic events placed in the top seven in their event.
The members of the National Art Honor Society with the help of CCS secondary art students were able to raise $1,000 in donations for the Boys & Girls Country with their The Wizard of Oz-themed art.
This quarter, our seventh-graders could choose Introduction to Drumline and Field Band for their elective. Dr. Chris Witschonke meets at 8 a.m. each morning with these budding musicians, and they are having a BLAST!
The engineering class explored the field of aerospace engineering. A calculated worksheet activity demonstrated the possible height and projection of different model rockets based on the type of rocket and engine used.