CCS Alumni

As a graduate of CCS, you have moved from being a student to being one of our counterparts, spokesmen, friends, and, most importantly, a vital part of the CCS Family – you are an Alumni of CCS.

The relationship between an alumni and their school is symbiotic. Both the school and the Alumni have significant responsibilities:

A part of the school’s responsibility is to provide a welcome place for you to frequent and visit friends, teachers and one another. Look to receive special items in the mail this year as well as email invitations to participate in special events over the course of the year!

As an alumni of CCS, your charge is represent both the school and Christ as a Christ-centered servant leader, a task we know you will each display beautifully.

As a CCS graduate, you will always hold a special place in our hearts and we trust you feel the same about your Alma Mater. As a school we will continue to pray for you and your journey with God. Please continue to pray for your school and the students that will follow in your path.

We are thankful and proud of our Alumni, Go Knights!

Help us stay in touch with you by forwarding your CCS email account to your main email address. For more information or to retrieve your CCS email password, please contact us at alumni@crossingsschool.org.

We would love to share your news in our next issue of Missio’. Please send news to alumni@crossingsschool.org or complete the form TODAY to be included in the magazine. We love to stay current on your latest milestones in life so be sure to include your personal, athletic and academic successes!

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CCS 2nd grade students are thankful! Students used everyday items to build creations that represent their gratitude including their school, church, family, and even football with friends! ... See MoreSee Less

AP Physics C Mechanics students are using science to see if pigs really do fly using "flying pigs" as conical pendulums in their study of rotational motion. The students mathematically determined the theoretical period of the pendulum using free body diagrams and developed their own experiment to determine the actual period. ... See MoreSee Less

AP Physics C Mechanics students are using science to see if pigs really do fly using flying pigs as conical pendulums in their study of rotational motion. The students mathematically determined the theoretical period of the pendulum using free body diagrams and developed their own experiment to determine the actual period.Image attachmentImage attachment

We are thankful for the opportunity to partner in the development of Christ-centered servant leaders!
Happy Thanksgiving, CCS Family!

“And whatever you do, whether in word
or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.”
Colossians 3:17

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Tue 01

US Christmas Kisses Week

December 1 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tue 01

7th and 8th Grade Academic Team Competition

December 1 @ 9:15 am - 12:15 pm
Tue 01

US Girls Bible Study

December 1 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Tue 01

Basketball – JV Boys at Millwood

December 1 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Tue 01

Basketball – Varsity Girls at Millwood

December 1 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm