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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Easter Break

No School 4/15 – 4/26

Office Hours 4/15 – 4/18 : 7:30 am – 3:30 pm

Office Hours on 4/19 : closing at 12 pm on Good Friday Service

Office Closed 4/22 – 4/26


CCCS Musical

We cordially invite you to attend the CCCS Choir's musical production of "Seussical: The Musical"! Featuring a cast of 100+ students, beautiful costumes, and all your favorite characters from the Dr. Seuss stories. You don't want to miss seeing this fun production!

 Performances will be held May 2nd through May 4th at 7 pm in the Main Sanctuary, with a matinee performance at 2 pm on May 4th. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and they can be purchased in the H.S. Office or "at the door" before the performance. Click here for more information.

Please bring unsaved family and friends because the Gospel message will be given at the end of each performance!

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summer camp

We are blessed to offer our Summer Day Camp to the families here at CCCS who have students enrolled 1st -8th grade. The camp is an 8 week program running from June 3 – July 26, 2019. We are open Mon.-Fri. from 6:30a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

For more information click here or contact the school office for more information at (562)803-6556.

steam fair

The junior high school attended the STEAM fair at the Pomona Fairplex on Friday, March 15, 2019 to get hands-on knowledge about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics.  The students attended various workshops that included Science and candy making, Engineering and sculpture, and learning about Newton’s law of motion. 

Lions Club Speech Contest

Carina Constancio, a Senior at CCCS, is participating in the 2018-2109 Lions Club Student Speaker Contest.  The topic the students address is: Freedom of the Press: What Does It Mean? Carina has made it to the 4th Level of the Competition. She is the Champion of the Downey’s Lion Club Contest, the Champion of the Lions Zone C Contest and the Champion of the Lions 4-L2 Central Region Contest.  Carina has received a total of $500 in scholarship prize money. Carina will be competing on April 6th at the District 4-L2 District Contest.

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jh science fair winners

Congratulations to the following students for placing at our annual CCCS Science Fair.  These students will be participating at the ACSI Science Fair at Asuza Pacific University in the next couple of weeks.

7th Grade: 1st place - Alec Estrada, 2nd place - Jared Jacob, 3rd place - Kaylin Gallardo.

8th Grade: 1st place - Marcus Morales, 2nd place - Alyssa Daily, 3rd place - Isaiah Lopez

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ACSI Math Olympics (Junior high)

Congratulations to the following JH students who competed in the ACSI Math Olympics. Marc Trinidad, Rebecca El Nabbout, Joshua Laurain and Shane Mansour.  Joshua Laurain placed first and received medal for over 85% accuracy. These students used the gifts that the Lord gave them to honor HIM!

Pi Day

CCCS students celebrated Pi Day on 3/14 in the quad during Break and Lunch. Check out this amazing video that captured all of the fun!

trap team

The CCCS Trap Team is gearing up for their 2nd season in the California State High School Clay Target League.  Their eight member team consists of three veteran marksmen from last year; the remaining five team members include three Junior High Students.  Saturday, after their firearms safety course with Coach Matranga, the new shooters  had the excitement of shooting a shotgun for the first time.  Veteran team members Jeremiah Carothers, Viktoria Smith, and Will Walworth took their positions and blasted several clay pigeons to show the new athletes how it’s done.  The camaraderie of the Trap Team is always about respect for each other and respect for the firearms.  No nonsense here; safety first! 


2019 Physics Day at Knott’s Berry Farm

CCCS sent the Physics and AP Physics classes to “Physics Day” at Knott’s Berry Farm on March 14th. The students were able to participate in specially designed physics educational activities and experience the laws of physics firsthand while having a blast. This was a great opportunity for our students!

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congratulations to our wrestling team

The 2018/2019 wrestling season was a successful one, seeing many new faces joining the team and contribute. Our team grew to 24 athletes, and with only 3 seniors, the majority of the team was made of freshmen and sophomores. Even with all of new wrestlers, the guys finished second in the Cross Valley League and qualified 10 individual wrestlers for the CIF Individual tournament. They worked very hard to improve their skills and compete. Sophomore Joshua Padilla had a standout year, medaling at 6 different tournaments throughout the season. Senior wrestlers Gabriel Conrado, Andrew Rangel, and Carson Norman all contributed to the team by winning league matches.

math olympics (elementary)

Our elementary students did an outstanding job representing CCCS while displaying their gifts in mathematics at the ACSI Math Olympics on March 15, 2019.  3rd grade student, Isabella Delgado, received 1st place out of 16 students in Math Computation, and 6th grade student, Calissa Linn, received 5th place in Math Computation as well.



In the month of love (February), our Pre-school kids had the opportunity to show God’s love by blessing the people at skid row by filling back-packs with toiletries. Pastor Jack delivered them to the homeless.


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Kairos Club - Homeless Outreach

The Kairos club members assembled care packages to the homeless for their homeless outreach. During the outreach the students assisted the homeless with a new app they can use on their the government subsidized free phones. This app gives the homeless access to the RefugeLink website where they can find nearby service providers that offer food, clothing, medical services, substance abuse assistance, and personal hygiene/laundry.

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 Grizzly Academy Rising Runners

The Rising Runners from Grizzly Academy had a special Valentine’s Run where each student ran 2 miles!  The Lord provided a beautiful day for the run and they all did a great job!



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.


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)