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.
CCCS invites you to come out and support our school as they participate in both the Downey and Whittier Christmas parades to celebrate our school’s 40th anniversary. Our school will be participating as a walking unit with the choir singing and the cheerleaders cheering alongside a parade float depicting the nativity. We would love to see you all there to support our students! The Downey Christmas Parade is Sunday, December 2nd at 1pm and the Whittier Christmas Parade is Saturday, December 8th at 10am. Remember, Jesus is the reason for the season!
Pre-school presents “his”tory
Calvary Chapel Pre-School invites you to come see our Christmas Play, “HIS”tory on December 7th at 6pm in the Main Sanctuary. We consider it a great pleasure and blessing to have the opportunity to serve you and your precious little ones. Merry Christmas!
The High School Choir cordially invites you to attend this Concert in the Foyer, December 14-15. Come hear traditional Christmas carols, favorite holiday classics, and the unforgettable Hallelujah Chorus! You don’t want to miss out on this special evening celebrating Christ’s birth! Tickets are $5 and can be purchased in the High School Office or at the door before the concert.
eLEMENTARY S.T.E.A.M. CLASSES
The students had a blast designing and constructing marble mazes and competing with their teachers to chart their progress made during various math activities.
High School Choir performs at biola university
Bravo to the HS Honor Choir for their wonderful performance at the Biola University Choir Competition on Friday, Nov. 2nd. The adjudicator was very impressed with our students and gave some very glowing remarks. We are so proud of how our students represented our school and the Lord with their beautiful singing. Congratulations!
junior high s.t.e.a.m. class
The theme of our first class was “God’s Hand in Flight”. Students learned about the forces involved in flight. Students used engineering skills in designing their own paper airplanes, creating artwork on their planes, and test flying their paper airplanes.
UCLA Field Trip
Here are some of our future servant leaders who attended the Jefferson Awards Foundation Leadership Training at UCLA on November 2, 2018. They are also the members of the newest school club called “Kairos” a Student Action Group that is committed to serve God through serving others.
senior college trip
Here are some of our seniors who recently took a trip to Vanguard University. The students thought the tour was very informative. They also had the opportunity to attend a chapel, which was a blessing.
LA Mission trip
A group of seniors just completed their LA Mission Trip. Their first stop was to “5 Breads 2 Fish” food pantry. There the students helped unload and sort through food that will later be donated and distributed to families and senior citizens in need. It was a blessing to see our high school seniors roll up their sleeves and work unto the Lord.
It was a beautiful day at Corona Del Mar on Wednesday, October 24 as the class of 2019 took their senior class photo and witnessed many of their classmates take a step of faith in following the Lord Jesus in water baptism. Here are just a few of those who had this beautiful encounter in the waters off Pirates Cove.
Heart to Heart
CCCS HS Heart to Heart Convalescent Club went to their very first outreach ministry on Saturday, 10/27. The group of 26 HS students visited Artesia Memory Care. The students ministered to the elderly through worship songs interpreted through sign language, short devotion, prayers, and sweet time of fellowship.
“the crate of curiosity”
The CCCS Junior High & High School Drama class presented “The Crate of Curiosity” during Chapel. The play was based on “Who is willing to give up their lifelong gift from God for a temporary thrill”. This was their first performance of the year and by the audience’s reaction, they are off to a good start.
6th grade camp
Our 6th grade had the awesome opportunity to go to camp at Rawhide Ranch. They have fun practicing archery, being challenged by rock-climbing, and even learned to ride a horse and vault on a horse as well.
Grizzly Academy Panera Bread Field Trip
The Grizzly Academy elementary students were able to participate in a field trip to Panera Bread for their Bakers-in-Training program. The students were able to have hands on experience by assisting in making some French Baguettes. They also went behind the scenes and toured the baking area, prep station and they were able to decorate a cookie and taste the French Baguettes that they helped make.