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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elementary - let the reading begin!

October is our kickoff month to start the Book It! Reading Incentive Program, which runs October through March. Each student who completes their monthly reading requirement will earn a coupon for a FREE personal pizza from Pizza Hut.

Senior 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 seniors citizens in need. It was a blessing to see the seniors roll up their sleeves and work unto the Lord.

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Varsity Volleyball Senior Night

CCCS along with parents, coaches and teammates honored our Senior Volleyball players during their home game on October 1st.  Their parents walked them out onto the court where they were given flowers and gifts. Their presence on the court will greatly be missed.


JH Girls Volleyball

Congratulations to the JH Girls Volleyball team on their 1st victory of the season. The girls played their 2nd game against Trinity Christian School in Norwalk. All parents and students are invited to join us at our next home game on Monday, 10/14 at 3:30pm in the Gym.

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Kairos Outreach

Kairos Action Service Club members together with some JH and HS students participated in community service last Saturday, September 28, 2019, by assisting the Heart of Compassion Ministry in Montebello in sorting out boxes of clothes in preparation for their Thanksgiving outreach this coming November.

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JH Flag Football

The CCCS JH Flag Football team kicked off the season with their 1st game on Wednesday, 10/2 against Santa Fe Christian. Even though they did not have a victory they did not give up and played hard to the very end. All Grizzlies are invited to come out and cheer these guys on! You can contact the Athletic Office for list of games and locations. Go Grizzlies!

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JH Girls Cheer Team

The JH Girls Cheer Team made their 1st football game debut on Wednesday, 10/2. The girls cheered them on throughout the whole game and did an amazing half time routine. Way to show your GRIZZLY SPIRIT girls!

Grizzly Academy in the kitchen

Grizzly Academy Friday School used the kitchen at the school to bake an apple crisp. They learned how to measure, mix, peel and slice apples. They were able to share their finished product with their parents.

See You At The Pole

The Students at CCCS participated in “See You At The Pole”, from the little ones in Pre-School all the way through to the High Schoolers. They prayed for our Nation, Government, Teachers, Students, and Parents. We are so blessed to be a part of a school where we can gather as one family to pray.  

We Got our Kick-Backs!

Calvary Chapel Christian School is blessed to continue partnering with our families.  We want to bless our families too for their dedication in providing a Christian education for their child.  Re-enroll each year to benefit from the Come Back/Kick-Back Incentives Program.

Elementary s.t.e.a.m. Classes

CCCS Elementary Students were excited as they explored various art avenues during their S.T.E.A.M. classes. Students had the opportunity to sculpt objects from playdough and create their own masterpiece with oil pastels.

Career night

College and Career Night was a success. Our students obtained information from medical personnel, law enforcement, engineers, and more. A special shout out to our alumnae in attendance, Vanessa Rodriguez and Juliana Ramirez.

hs s.t.e.a.m. club

Today our High School S.T.E.A.M. club worked on programming their sphero robots to navigate two different types of mazes. The students utilized their math and science skills to program their robots and estimate speed, distance, and direction. We are so excited to see our CCCS students practicing 21st century technology skills and practically applying the concepts they learn in math and science class. Way to go Grizzly scholars!


Beat the Heat at CCCS

To help the students at CCCS cool down from the heat, our ASB students sold ice cold Agua Fresca in the Quad today during lunch. This is just one of many ways the ASB students show their school spirit around campus.   


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HS Varsity Football Team

Our Football season is off to a great start with our 1st game ending in a victory, 68-12 against Dymally High School! Save the date for the Football Homecoming Game scheduled for 10/26. All Grizzlies are invited to come out and cheer these guys on! You can visit the Athletic Page at https://calvarychapelathletics.com/ to see a full list of games and locations. Go Grizzlies!

Labour of Love Fest

The CCCS Girls Volleyball Team came along side of Calvary Chapel of the Harbour in their annual Labour of Love Fest.  This outreach is to show the community the love of God through music and fun activities.  The volleyball team was blessed to be a part of this event by doing face painting on kids. These girls continue to honor God both on and off of the court!

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Alumni Volleyball Game

It was amazing to see alumni come out to participate in our Annual Alumni Volleyball game on Friday, 8/30. The alumni came up on top going against our 2019/2020 Varsity Team winning 3 games in a row.  Once a Grizzly always a Grizzly!

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showcasing “seussical the musical”

Grizzly Academy student, Mitzvah Jurado shared her creativity in decorating the upstairs bulletin board showcasing Seussical the Musical. Great job Mitzvah!

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HS Girls Varsity Volleyball Team

Our volleyball season is now in full swing with our 1st home game on 8/27. We invite you to come out to at least one game this season to show our Grizzly Spirit! You can visit the Athletic Page at https://calvarychapelathletics.com/ to see a full list of games and locations. Go Grizzlies!

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ASB at Harvest Crusade

This past weekend our CCCS ASB students were able to attend the 30th Anniversary of the Harvest Crusades. They had a great time bonding together while honoring our military at this event. They were blessed to see and witness so many lives come to Christ through this awesome ministry.


7th - 9th Grade Camp

Camp was a huge blessing for all the students and teachers that attended. The weather was nice, the Gospel message was shared by various pastors, the food was delicious and the students had a lot of fun competing against each other in various team events.

The theme for this year’s camp was taken from our school theme “20/20 Vision”. All of our chapel speakers had different messages about vision.

  • Pastor Bill Buffington (CC Inglewood) - “Vision for the future”

  • Pastor Juni Manzo (Ark Montebello) - “Vision on self”

  • Pastor Chad Naaktgeboren (CC Downey) “Vision for the Lord” and “Vision for the lost”

  • Pastor Joe (CC Downey) shared “Vision for the family”

  • Pastor Chris (CC Downey) shared on “Vision for forgiveness” followed by amazing worship from Jose Lopez which took us into the afterglow time of reflection

  • Pastor Ryan Bruce (Gathering Hawaiian Gardens) ended camp by sharing on having a “Vision for life”.

Overall the camp was amazing and the students had a great time spending time with their friends and the Lord.