What’s New


 

Our school is always progressing forward, whether it be athletics, education, our facility, or better technology. We strive to provide the best for our students and staff.


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COME CELEBRATE WITH US!

Join us as our school celebrates its 40th year on March 23, 2019. The ceremony will take place from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. followed by a time of celebration from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. There will be food, rides and game booths. The event will take place in the North parking lot and it’s free.


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open enrollment

Calvary Chapel Christian School is excited to announce that the “Student Registration System” is now live!  To go to the correct enrollment link, please click here. If you have any questions, please contact the school office.


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5TH GRADE sCIENCE PROJECT

Our 5th grade classes were able to watch the volcanoes they created erupt.  You can see the excitement on their faces!


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Girls Varsity Basketball

Congratulations to the girls varsity basketball team for making it to the 1st round playoffs.  The team started the season with 12 girls ready to compete and winning the first two league games.  During the season, the girls worked hard and improved their skills.  They attended both a USC and APU women’s college basketball game for team bonding.  At APU, the girls even got to meet and get encouragement from some APU players.  The girls finished the season with a 4-4 record and 4 girls out due to injuries.  This group of girls showed heart and determination in stepping up when others were injured.  They always broke the huddle giving “ALL glory to God”.  Praise God for our girls!


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Congratulations josiah armstrong

Josiah Armstrong (senior) represented our school for the 4th straight year at the ACSI Honor band. He was chosen to perform several solos, and he did a tremendous job for the glory of God.  Josiah has been playing the baritone horn for the Grizzly band for 6 years. He has been a blessing to our school's music program. 


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JH Cheer

On February 2, 2019 Jr. High Cheer competed at the FCC West Coast Championships and took 1st place in their division. They have been working diligently on this routine since the beginning of their season, committing their hard work to God’s glory being displayed on that competition floor. To God be the Glory!


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weekly grizzly academy class

The Grizzly Academy Class meets weekly after chapel.  The students enjoy learning memory verses, hearing bible stories, playing games and making crafts.  


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Spelling bee winners

Congratulations to our Elementary and Junior High Spelling Bee winners for a job well done at the ACSI District Spelling Bee.


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HIGH SCHOOL STEAM Club

CCCS is excited that our 1st ever HS STEAM club began last week (Science, technology, engineering, art, and math). Students had to follow a series of STEAM inspired clues to figure out where to meet and the secret password that allowed them entrance into the club. Once they arrived, students were greeted by a miniature BB-8, science teacher Mr O., HS Assistant Principal Dr. Young-Goodner, and Aaron Gutierrez who is a CCCS alumni and engineering major at Long Beach State. The students learned to program and drive some of the 20 newly purchased Sphero robots that help teach STEAM principals. We are excited for this club to continue to grow and inspire CCCS students in science, math, and art.


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DISNEYLAND ACTING WORKSHOP

CCCS High School Choir members participated in an acting workshop at Disneyland this week that was a ton of fun! Our students honed their acting skills with professional clinicians from Disney to help prepare for our upcoming production of Seussical. The students did a great job working together to follow the acting directions and they became very confident on stage. Both Disney clinicians commented on how wonderful it was to work with CCCS students because they were disciplined, focused, talented, and so much fun to work with. We are thankful God allowed our choir to have this opportunity!


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BECOME A HOST FAMILY

At CCCS, we have been blessed with an awesome opportunity of having students from other parts of the world come study at our school. We are currently looking for Christian families who want to open their hearts and homes to one of these students. This experience not only benefits the students by interacting with an American family and learning a new culture, but it also gives you an opportunity to minister to a child that probably does not know God. You will also receive a monetary compensation as an additional benefit. If you would like more information, please email Aracely Mendoza or call her at 562-803-4076 X336.


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testimony about our dual credit courses

After visiting my academic counselor and requesting that they’d take a look at my transcript from Hope University, thankfully,  all of the units I received from my Early College Program (ECP) classes transferred over to my University of California Irvine transcript. With the ECP courses I took, I started my freshmen year with already 25.5 units. I am currently in my Winter quarter and I already have 43.5 units completed. I am technically considered a sophomore according to my unit count. Also, thanks to my ECP Calculus course, I am able to skip the first Intro to Calculus course I would have needed to take. Instead of taking two calculus courses I'll only have to take one. Additionally, my ECP US History course satisfied one of my GE requirements. In order to receive all of the benefits I did from the ECP courses, I did have to visit my counselor. The courses I took at Calvary are considered transfer courses. I had to submit a course equivalency petition where I had to include the syllabus of the ECP course I wanted credit for; this is how I was able to skip the Intro to Calculus course. In the end, it was definitely worth it. The ECP courses from Hope International University are definitely worth taking. Students just have to make an effort in requesting their transcript from Hope then talking to their academic counselor about the courses. (Alumna-Vanessa Hernandez)