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.
We are blessed to offer our Summer Day Camp to students entering 1st -8th grade in the fall. The camp is an 8 week program running from June 3 – July 26, 2019. We are open Mon.-Fri. from 6:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
For more information click here or contact the school office for more information at (562)803-6556.
Parent Textbook Exchange/Sale -new date
Good news, our online bookstore is open. The website has been redesigned for an easier shopping experience. The Parent Textbook Exchange/Sale is scheduled for Tuesday 6/11, 2:00 – 6:00 in the South Sanctuary.
To visit the online bookstore please visit: https://www.bkstr.com/ccdowneystore/home
ACsi District art festival
Recently some of our CCCS students were entered in the 2019 ACSI District Art Festival. Pictured are a few of our award recipients: Sara Dorame -12th, Steven Gao -12th, Abigail Meza -11th, Luomei Lyu -10th, Josylin Ledesma -9th, Alessandro Collo -7th, and Jared Jacob -7th all hold their work with their awards ranging from Superior to Excellent. Senior photography student Sara Dorame and freshman painting student Joslyn Ledesma both also received this year’s theme award based on “Diversity” Revelation 7:9-10. Congratulations!
congratulations to lauren alva
Congratulations to Lauren Alva for winning the Ben Carson Scholarship Award. This scholarship awards $1,000 to students in grades 4-11 who excel academically and are dedicated to serving their communities. Scholarship winners receive the honor of being named “Carson Scholars” and are awarded an Olympic-sized medal and a trophy for their school. Several of our juniors were being considered. Lauren Alva was nominated and ended up being selected by the Ben Carson foundation along with other students from other schools. Way to go Lauren!
GA Field trip
Grizzly Academy students went on a field trip to Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve and explored the wonders of the wetlands and its diverse wildlife while learning about wetland ecology and watersheds. Following that adventure we went to the beach to eat lunch and create our own watersheds using squirt bottles to make it rain so we could observe the effects of rain on different elements in that habitat.
TRAP TEAM IN 1ST PLACE
Congratulations to Jeremiah Carothers who shot a PERFECT 25 in a practice round before our league shoot. Everyone is doing a terrific job and we are currently 1st place in the league. Great job everyone!
national day of prayer
Calvary Chapel Downey’s American Heritage Girls Troop 142 had the honor of leading guests in the Pledge of Allegiance and a special song at the City of Downey’s National Day of Prayer event. The girls were excited to meet Mayor Rick Rodriguez and take a photo with him.
CCCS Band performs at angel stadium
On April 6th, our Grizzly band performed the National Anthem at Angel Stadium before the game. This was a great opportunity for our Grizzly band. They all did a great job representing our school.
CCCS students visited the White House and prayed for our president and our government
This amazing group of students spent 5 days in Washington DC. Our tour explained the buildings, monuments and symbols in the nation’s capital through a Christian lens, as visible proof of religious foundations upon which the country was built. “We are a nation founded by people who put their trust in God”
CCCS juniors continue with college/university visits in search of the one the Lord has for them.
CCCS “Seussical” HS Cast visits Elementary classes
The cast of this year’s musical, “Seussical”, visited Elementary students today to celebrate “Read Across America”. Our Kindergarten through 6th grade classes enjoyed having CCCS Highschool Students read books written by Dr. Seuss.