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K-12
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Houston, TX
Students enrolled: 574

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11123 Cypress North Houston Road
Houston, TX 77065

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(281) 469-8829
(281) 469-6040
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April 07, 2014
This school is lacking in diversity and more needs to be done to enhance a multicultural student and staff body.

- submitted by a teacher
December 28, 2013
Our experience with CCS has been excellent. Our children are challenged and they really enjoy their classmates and teachers; this is a quality learning environment with emphasis on faith and character development. The leadership is solid and principled.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2013
Cypress Christian is an excellent school. It has a great combination of academics, athletics, and Christian values.

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2013
For new students is hard, not academically but socially for both parents and students. It seems the only want to socialize to get your money with fundraisers. My kid did not make one single friend that he can hang out after school. Academically, the do make the kids work, and but if your kid are in GT classes on an Exemplary Public School, then is about the same. Some Teachers are good, but others that have kids there are not too much into it. It seems they are just there to get the discount and don't put too much effort into it.There is a peaceful atmosphere for the kids. But they do not take constructive criticism very well, and at times are not honest with incident that happens with kids at school when they get hurt. Really is a nice school, but for the tuition we pay they should do a better job with new kids. Teacher tend to feel more comfortable with kids that have been there for awhile, like 1st grade or so. They do try to make money out of you with Tutoring that really you can do yourself at home, and maybe the kid might not needed if those teachers that are there for the discount make an extra effort for it. As a christian school, is hard to fit in.

- submitted by a parent
June 24, 2012
I have been at Cypress Christian since KIndergarten, I will be going into the 9th grade next year and I wouldn't trade the last nine years for anything. Some people don't understand Cypress because they don't understand the purpose. The purpose of CCS isn't to be like a public school with Bible class. CCS is small, and we understand that. But, you can be friends with ANYONE. For example, when I walk in the hallways I wave at the seniors and they wave back at me! It is an overall friendly environment. But, just because it is a friendly place does not mean that it is perfect. Kids still go through struggles just as the teachers do. I think the most important thing at CCS is the spiritual part. Not only do I learn facts about the Bible, I learn life lessons and I think because of that, I have a very strong walk with God. The teachers are examples of what my walk with God should be like. I love this school and I never would even think about moving!!

- submitted by a community member
March 22, 2012
I went to this school my entire life! I received an amazing education and am now working on my masters and will be going for my doctorate. The teachers love and care about the students. They have an amazing learning center from elementary all the way through high school. They help students who need any extra help in the classroom. Children with any form of disability. If there are ever any problems with students they are dealt with accordingly, no cheating, no bullying. I will send my children to this school, I know they will love it just as much as I did.

- submitted by a community member
January 24, 2012
I went to this school and graduated from here. If I could, I would go back. This school helped me reach goals that I never thought possible. The Learning Center was amazing with awesome teachers who really care about the students. I would recommend this school to everyone, I made lifelong friends and we are still quite close today. This is the best school I was ever glad to be from.

- submitted by a community member
December 03, 2011
I feel compelled to praise this school and especially their leadership and their commitment to academic excellence. Our family has attended 2 other Christian schools over the years, and this school has achieved the very difficult balance between spiritual authenticity and grace while offering challenging curriculum/academics. My children talk about how much they enjoy school incessantly, and more importantly, they are engaged in their coursework. They have a very diverse spectrum of extra-curricular offerings from sports teams to drama and debate clubs. There is something here to satisfy the interest of any student. The type of accolades our current graduates are receiving substantiates the direction our administration has pursued. I expect to see God working to continue to bless the efforts of the godly leaders of this school. CCS truly is the best kept secret in our area.

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2011
CCS is such a unique and special school because the faculty and staff are amazingly loving, nurturing, and go beyond what is expected. Rare is the school where you see teachers truly love your child and God so much that it just radiates! The curriculum is advanced, the class sizes are small, and there are so many ways for children to use their gifts from God. In elementary there are recreational soccer/ baseball teams and a running club. (Competitive teams start in 6th grade.) There are art competitions, spelling bees, science fairs, speech meets, drama and music productions, and more. I have not seen any bullying where the school we previously attended couldn't seem to get it under control. The children are taught to respect and love one another- it seems to be working. Our children moved in well after kindergarten, but were readily accepted and included with the other children. I've also been impressed with the individualized instruction- for example, three different spelling lists, different book groups etc. CCS is an amazing school. Clearly others agree, since enrollment has significantly increased again this year.

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2011
All I wanted for my child was to make one friend and to have an academically challenging year. I tried to get together with folks but went largely ignored all year. This was one of the saddest years of my child's education. There were few academic challenges and I felt very looked down on for not fitting the typical profile. I wish we could have made just one friend here - one friend makes all the difference in the world. Maybe next year will be better?

- submitted by a community member
February 10, 2011
Cypress Christian School is an awesome school built on academic excellence and biblical values. Our children continue to grow everyday in their studies and in their walk with Christ. The faculty, staff and admnistrators serve whole-heartedly and are compassionate about their call to teach in a Christian environment. My kids come home better every day because of it! This school offers a family-like atmosphere with a genuine sense of community. Parental involvement is strongly encouraged and our volunteer program is thriving. The school board is a strong, highly educated group of individuals that play an important role in the success of this great school. The cirriculum is certainly challenging and the results are proven in our SAT scores and the long list of colleges our graduates attend. The co-curricular activities such as athletics and fine-arts gives students the opportunity to compete, while building a foundation on Christ. We are at CCS for the long haul and are thrilled with the return on our investment!

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2011
I attended CCS for many years, and overall I believe that it benefited me greatly. My SAT scores were much higher than the national average. I have succeeded in incredibly difficult college courses and made the Dean's List every semester at my university. I have also maintained a relationship with God in college, and that is something that I can attribute in part to CCS. I am aware that CCS is not perfect, but no school is. I would also like to point out that there are about 20 negative reviews containing all of the same grammatical mistakes. To me, these reviews were clearly authored by one or two embittered families. Those reviews are not so much a reflection on the character of CCS as on those families. Disregard the extreme reviews when looking on this site.

- submitted by a community member
June 07, 2010
Not compassionate environment. It took more than one week for the principal to answer my serious concerns. Teacher never answered at all, and no follow up. One rhymed my child s name with an undergarment. My child cried all night. They made fun of my child s presentation because rhythm and movements were dancelike . Cried over this too, since we thought the presentation was unique and upbeat. My child cried the last week and did not want to go back because the project they were so proud of was not exactly right, they were the only one in class who had to haul it outside at pickup time and take it home. Very humiliating! The teacher said it was a learning experience. Many students are just plain mean to each other elementary. Classroom size is large. This is not the school for creativity or students without thick skins.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2010
CCS has been wonderful for my daugther. She has gained confidence within herself and has grown spritually. The secondary staff could not be more supportive. There is no way we could of received such support and encouragement during difficult times. The encouragement from all the teachers and staff at the secondary level, my daughter at her own choosing feels ready to take a big step and move to a school of 3600 students. Her dicipline in studying, her faith, and her overall confidence has come from the love at CCS. You must have God in every aspect of your life to understand the teachings of CCS. It was the best choice for us.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2010
This was the worst school of my children's education. The head of school was never involved and didn't know any of the parents or students. Though we had 2-3 excellent teachers the rest were only average or terrible. Quality of teachers is a real problem and since not accountable to any church it has so many problems academically and spiritually. Many problems too many to mention.

- submitted by a parent
April 18, 2010
My son has attended this school for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. I cannot wait for this year to be over and him to go to another school. The leadership is more concerned with god than academics, to the detriment of it's students. And the middle school principle needs to be removed from his position, or soon there will be no returning students to high school. Do not send you child to this school. I would give it zero stars if possible

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2009
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- submitted by a student
September 23, 2009
Yes this is a very good school to get great academics and become closer to Christ, but there is a very big difference between this school and public school. Very sheltered, harder work, and very few people. there were only about 39 kids in the 8th grade last year. It got annoying seeing the same people since the 5th grade. More people are leaving than coming. its all of a matter of a opinion. I really inly liked it the first two years i was there and then dreaded the last two. I am now attending public school and feel relieved!! :D

- submitted by a student
October 20, 2008
Cypress Christian School is a great example of what a Christian School should be... I just entered my Freshman year of Highschool. Many of the teachers pray in the classroom each day. The Administrators of the school care about us and how we are learning. I would recommend Cypress Christian School to anyone.

- submitted by a student
no rating September 18, 2008
Now that our children have graduated from Cypress we have an opportunity to fully assess the investment we made. In many ways, Cypress provided a good environment that was better than public schools. In latter years, the administration took on a more decidedly harsh tone and the keeping of rules and regulations seemed to take precedent over caring for kids. Educationally, our children probably suffered somewhat compared to the endless list of opportunities available at the resource-rich public schools. A private school simply cannot offer the breadth of educational and elective offerings of a well-funded public school system. I do not believe that our children received an educational advantage and have no proof that their college entrance scores were enhanced by their experience at Cypress. If the school can iron out its bent towards legalism, it can probably regain the qualities that attracted us in the first place.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2008
A wonderful teaching environment. Administration and faculty communicated very well with parents. Challenging academics.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2008
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- submitted by a community member
no rating August 14, 2008
We have been at CCS for 10 years and have been through all the academic levels. We strongly support the school. There will always be some problems that will arise but that is a part of life. The school does its utmost to teach our children academically based on the love of Christ.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2008
I would highly recommend CCS to any family seeking a truly Christian education for their children. Our family loves CCS. We are in the process of developing a long term strategic plan with input from representatives of about 30 families and our focus in on excellence in all areas: academics, spiritual growth, extracurricular activities, communication, parental involvement and overall community presence.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2008
Our family has been at this school for 9 years. While we know that it is not perfect we are happy with the education our student has received. The administration, faculty & staff work very hard to make sure that our kids are receiving not only a solid education, but spiritual grounding with which to go forth in the world. If it is God's will we plan to be here through graduation!! Last year was full of turmoil which has brought about many of these 'sour grape' reviews. I would encourage you to come see CCS for yourself. It's not a perfect fit for everyone, but it is worth your time to check it out.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 31, 2008
Our family has been at this school for 9 years. While we know that it is not perfect we are happy with the education our student has received. The administration, faculty & staff work very hard to make sure that our kids are receiving not only a solid education, but spiritual grounding with which to go forth in the world. If it is God's will we plan to be here through graduation!! Last year was full of turmoil which has brought about many of these 'sour grape' reviews. I would encourage you to come see CCS for yourself. It's not a perfect fit for everyone, but it is worth your time to check it out.

- submitted by a parent
February 12, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2008
As a former teacher, I was looking for a school that would use the best teaching practicies while giving my daughter a strong Biblical foundation. I visited several area private schools, and I found the answer to my prayers at CCS. Truly this school and its teachers have been a blessing to my family. My daughter has thrived, and I have found a loving community of believers.

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2008
CCS is a great school. CCS has a loving and godly enviroment for your children to be surrounded by. I have two children, one will start elementary at CCS in the fall and my older child will start high school in the fall. My child has attended CCS for seven years now and I go by the Stanford Achievement Test they take every year to really determine how well my child is really doing and we are never disappointed. I am very confident that the school is doing it's job academically, my child's scores are always consistantly higher than the national average.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2008
I believe that CCS has grown tremendously on so many levels from last year. Now there are also more advanced level classes offered for students looking to expand their knowledge in certain subjects. The school now has a new Dean of Students (who is amazing and loves the Lord). CCS also continues to thrive athletically with under the leadership of its Godly, knowldegeable athletic director. To send your children here would be a blessing because the teachers & coaches exemplify such love and compassion for the students.

- submitted by a community member
December 05, 2007
I thank God every day my child attended CCS. He is a freshman in college now and is thriving! He had made the transition like a pro and that is due to the wonderful staff and teachers at CCS. I had the opportunity to visit him recently and was stopped by professors and office staff and told over and over what an incredible young man he is. They said he is doing great in his classes. He is articulate, prepared and responsible. They were astonished and the depth of the conviction of his faith and the Biblical world view he expresses with passion. I told them they could thank his teachers and staff at CCS for that! Thanks, everyone!

- submitted by a parent
November 29, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2007
What has happened to our school? At the last home football game hardly anyone was there. School spirit is lost. Kids seem dejected and defeated. Parents are grumbling and complaining every time we are on campus. All our kids and their classmates talk about is getting out of Cypress.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
October 26, 2007
Our daughters have attended CCS since pre-K and we are blessed by the quality of education, biblical knowledge and athletics. The administration truly has a servants heart towards each and every child. We are not of this world, but we are in this world and my wife and I would like to shelter our precious girls as long as possible from the caranlity of the world. CCS provides a safe environment for their education.

- submitted by a parent
October 26, 2007
We had a family situation (illness and death of a parent) where we had to relocate for several months. My daughter was a student in CCS for five years. I had to put my daughter in the Richardson school district. They could not believe how well rounded she is in every way. Academically,maturity,and how she respects her class mates. The fifth grade class adopted her writing paper as a guide to follow for their future fifth grade reports. I would rate CCS at a five star in every way. My husband is a Rice graduate and he picked CCS. We could have sent our daughter to any private school in Houston and we choose CCS. We look forward to our return to CCS. And probably future Harvard graduate. Blessings

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2007
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- submitted by a student
September 22, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2007
CCS has been a great disappointment to our family since the new administration has come in. We have been at the school for over 8 years and can see how the school is being destroyed by the legalism. The elementary is doing great but the middle school and high school are suffering. Seems the school is interested more in the kids keeping the rules and there are a lot of petty rules. I would not recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2007
We were hopeful that the downward spiral at CCS would end this year. We don't know what happened to CCS, but the leadership is leading the High School into oblivion.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 08, 2007
This school is going down hill fast. The environment in the high school is awful. Cypress is a waist of money.

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2007
CCS has excellent facilities and opportunities for a school its size. Students do well on standardized tests. But the only real way to judge a school is by the minds and hearts of the teachers. I rate over 80% of the teachers as excellent. The ones who are not quite as good academically still have a deep love for God and the children. Pray, come, see for yourself.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2007
Our kids attended CCS for 4 years. My personal experience is that the elementary leadership is sound. The new secondary leadership and the administration show a lack of respect for the students and the parents who do not share their view of what a Christian school should reflect. This past year and in previous years, the administration demonstrated no real interest in accountability to the school's board majority. The lack of Christian accountability by the administration notwithstanding, this school is not worth the academic risk. Proceed with extreme caution!

- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2007
Academically I think CCS is wonderful. My daughter has excelled in elementary school here since Kindergarten and is now going into 5th grade. The teachers have all been excellent and very nurturing. The only problems we have had have been interpersonal issues with mean girls and their parents. I would not think of leaving, except for this issue. I am not sure if these problems might exist elsewhere as well. I had higher expectations for a Christian environment, but it's the parents not the school in my opinion. The teachers and the principal have been very good to my daughter.

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
June 12, 2007
Our family needed earnings from both husband and wife in order to afford private tuition. While this trade-off was worthwhile during our 1st child's years at CCCS, it was exactly the opposite with our 2nd child. The difference was new administration and policies that changed CCS from the school we had once loved. Unfortunately, we stayed, thinking it would revert back to it's former success. This was a big mistake on our part. Our child suffered emotionally, academically and spiritually during high school. We should have pulled her out at the first problem. We still support Christian education but not CCS.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2007
I definitely do not recommend the secondary school at Cypress. While the elementary possesses a nurturing environment, the secondary is harsh and unforgiving. I believe that this is primarily due to a change in administrative staff. They have completely changed the direction and focus of the Christian school I used to love. Combined with mediocre education and facilities makes Cypress a poor choice.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2007
This school is riddled with problems, especially the Jr. and High School. The secondary admin. has no clue as to how to teach and encourage teens. The teachers are tired and lack imangination and most importantly a Christ like spirit. The school admin. is more interested in the politics of the school than in teaching and supporting children. I do suggest you go and judge for yourself because if you read anything coming from their office you will get false information. Having said all of that I do think the elementery is acceptable.

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2007
We enrolled again for next year but are probably going to move our kids. The mood at CCs is terrible. There is no hope. The leaders don't even try to be inspiring anymore. It seems the handwriting is on the wall.

- submitted by a parent
May 26, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2007
This school has been having so many problems. It has become almost divided between the ultra-puritanical teachers/parents, and the families who are not.

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2007
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May 22, 2007
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May 17, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2007
Cypress Christian has been a good choice of private christain school for our family. We love the enviroment and sweet spirit of the families and teachers. The academic and extra curricular activies are challenging for our children, and we have believe they are getting a quality education that meet our educational and spiritual desires.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2007
Great school, with a strong and healthy history. We have been at CCS many years and plan to continue. The school continues to offer a good educational choice for Christian families that want their children taught with a Biblical World view, in an environment that is encouraging and safe.

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2007
The problems at CCS are evidenced in these reviews. Some students/families benefit from the administration's policies, but many do not. Hence the variances. If this appeals to you, go ahead and enroll. I have had children at the school for 12 years but am leaving.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2007
Our son is thriving at CCS, and we highly recommend this school to other families who are seeking a high-quality Christian education. The teachers are loving, and the academic programs are strong. The extracurricular programs are great, and include sports, drama, music, academic competitions, art, etc., at the elementary and secondary levels. Parents are welcome at the school with open arms, and are encouraged to actively participate in their child's education. The administration is excellent, and they have the support of the staff and the vast majority of the parents. It is unfortunate to read some of the other reviews of CCS. They seem to have been written by a handful of disgruntled families. CCS is not perfect, but no school is. I have full confidence in the spiritual and academic education that my child is receiving at CCS, and we plan to be here for many years to come!

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2007
Cypress has allowed the administration to destroy a once great school. The current administration is one that wants only perfect kids to enter and attend the school. And the administration does not want to be held accountable by the board. Cypress is christian by name only.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2007
My children have been attending Cypress Christian for a long time and the academics at this school are outstanding. Their standardized test scores always confirm that they are on track and performing above and beyond where they need to be. Not only are they doing well academically but they are being prepared spiritually as well. The teachers and administration are loving and really focus on teaching the whole child. The teachers genuinely care about the students and direct them in a biblical manner. The environment is wonderful. It is very friendly and welcoming. I have seen tremendous spiritual and academic growth in my children.I feel that it is worth the financial sacrifice to send our kids to Cypress Christian. I wouldn't want them to be anywhere else.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2007
My family has been a part of CCS for eleven (11) years. This school has provided an excellent balance of education, spiritual, and extracurricular for my children over the years. All of my children have attended since Kindergarten. I would strongly recommend this school for anyone considering Christian education and suggest they visit the school in person.

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2007
In reading the last few reviews given in April, there needs to be some balance given. Cypress Christian is not perfect, but is headed in a direction where the academics and extra curricular activities will be stronger and where God will be honored. We put our kids in a few years ago and have been very happy with the overall experience we have had. I feel sorry for those that feel a need to burn bridges.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2007
I have sent my child to this school for the past 4 yrs & am thankful it's nearing the end. The turmoil & stress that this school is putting the parents & children through is tremendous. The teachers via the administration are more focused on discipline and not the caring Christian atmosphere that once was there. The current administration has lost all respect from the children and parents. There is no compassion for the students, actions speak louder than words. I'm sorry to say that the past year has not been one that my child will look back on with fond memories. Academics have fallen & the nuturing atmosphere is gone. 2 yrs ago I would have highly recommended the school, but no more. Extra ciricular activities are nil. If you are looking for a Christian environment with strong academics for your child, keep looking, this is not it!

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2007
I have had children at CCS for the past 7 years. This use to be a tremendous school. One that prepared students academically and spiritually. That is no longer the case. Cypress is very oppressive and legalistic and lacking in education. I would recommend this school to no one.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2007
I absolutely believe this high school is headed for destruction within the next couple of years. There have been too many divisive issues. In the midst of all this, education is weak and application of Christian principals is selective. This is not an environment you would want for your high-schooler.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2007
My children have attended Cypress for many years. Next year we will be attending another school. Poor academics, a harsh disciplinary approach lacking in compassion, and inefficient administration are the primary reasons we will be leaving. My children are behind academically even though they are straight 'A' students and will require tutoring over the summer to catch up. The sports programs will be in shambles next year due to the departure of coaches. I definitely do not recommend secondary school at Cypress.

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2007
My children are leaving the school because the focus of this school is not on education or spiritual growth. I would not recommend this school to anyone who wants a high quality education. It is behind the local public schools in every area.

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2007
Weak academics at junior and senior high. Mediocre teaching at best. Lots of 'busy' work. Easy grading makes you think your child is mastering material but then college entrance scores are poor. After paying for private education, I'm now paying tutors to get my student up to speed.

- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2007
Unfortunately we can't recommend Cypress Christian. Our child's classes were way behind the public school we attended previously. There were very few electives offered. The school seemed much more interested in keeping rules than educating children. With tuition at the high school level approaching $900.00 monthly, plus paying public school taxes, we just could not justify the expenese for a second-rate education. We are pulling our children from Cypress this year and returning to public schools.

- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2007
I'm not sure that public school, with all it's peer pressure, would not be a better environment than the political hot-bed of Cypress these days. We are moving our children to a different Christian school. Our advice to potential families would be to interview families at random about their experiences at CCS and not rely on the school's evaluation of itself.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2007
This is a an awesome school for elementary! This elementary principal is wonderful & truly has a heart for children and for God. I have seen my children all way through elementary without any problems, but the secondary campus is having a lot of problems due to its leadership. There are a lot of unhappy parents, & we can be happy elsewhere. The sad thing is many of us have been a part of this school for many years & have been very happy here until this year. I would really think about sending my child here for the secondary years; CCS is going through a lot of changes due to a new principle who does not have a very good track record, but can put on a good front. He does not have true love for our children which is very important for his job.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2007
Cypress Christian is an incredible place to send your child(ren)! The administration, staff, and teachers are godly, caring and loving. They understand how important the balance of love and discipline is. They follow their guidelines, but extend grace when necessary. They have been an incredible source of love, strength and encouragement for my children and I as we have walked through some difficult times recently. The education is of the highest quality because it is presented with knowledge and understanding. Teachers care about their subject being relevant to the students' lives. The extracurricular activities are many and varied. No matter what your child loves to do, he/she can find their 'niche' here! Children can get an education anywhere. But they can only be taught to live for Jesus in a few. Cypress Christian is one of the few!

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2007
(March 2007) I have two graduates from CCS (one recent) and both were academically prepared for college. Both received thousands of scholarship funds as a result of their education at CCS. They are walking strong in the Lord and serving Him daily. I credit our strong partnership with CCS and our church for their extensive Bible knowledge, love of learning and desire to serve others. They received a well-rounded education including athletics, fine arts, and extracurricular activities. Their teachers loved them, counseled them, prayed with them, tutored them and have stayed in contact with them even after graduation. As a parent, I felt welcome to volunteer as much as I was available to serve. Our family enjoyed our time at CCS and continues to be involved in the ministry to date. I highly recommend CCS to parents who seek a solid education in a Christian environment for their children.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2007
If you are looking for a quality, Christian education you cannot go wrong. The head administrator is a strong man of God and insists on excellence. My son graduated recently and moved right into college with no problems. The students love CCS and the few unhappy would be unhappy anywhere!

- submitted by a former student
February 21, 2007
This school is very troubled. The academics are very poor. My daughter was not prepared academically for college and I am pulling my youngest child out. The atmosphere is very tense and oppressive. Many students are leaving at the end of this school year. Elementary grades seem to be stable, but high school especially is in severe turmoil. Whatever this school may have been in the past, it is in a sharp decline.I cannot recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2007
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- submitted by a teacher
March 03, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
no rating December 19, 2005
This school offers an excellent Christian education. There are a lot of extra curricular activites available. You can't go wrong sending your child here.

- submitted by a teacher
June 26, 2005
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- submitted by a administrator
November 12, 2003
The school has an overall atmosphere of excellence. The staff is loving and yet provide a structured environment. The curriculum is varied. They have a curriculum director who supports staff. Many extracurricular activities. Great combination of Christian values and high academic standards.

- submitted by a parent
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Cypress Christian School
11123 Cypress North Houston Road, Houston, TX  77065
(281) 469-8829
Last modified Cypress Christian School is a Private school that serves grades K-12
Cypress Christian School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 81 reviews. Top