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    Cascade Christian Schools is an interdenominational school system serving families with child care through grade twelve, on multiple campuses in Pierce County. 

    Dedicated to helping students explore and discover their God-given potential, Cascade Christian School is a place students are provided with excellent academics, athletics and arts, character development and leadership training opportunities, and are encouraged to cultivate a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

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    CCS Elementary Students Honor Earth Day with Art

    Last week, in honor of Earth Day, students at CCS McAlder took part in several projects. Among other things, they made a pledge to care for God's creation and made Pine cone bird feeders. During the process, they learned many different things. In additi... Read More

    Enjoy Spring Break!

    Reminder, there is NO SCHOOL on Friday, April 7. There are K-6 Conferences and a Teacher work day. Then, enjoy your Spring Break from April 10 to 14. We'll see you back to school on April 17! (Child Care is open at Frederickson and Puyallup ELC campuses, and Spring... Read More

    Spring Sports Challenged by Weather, but Pressing On

    Cougar Baseball is off to a great start, 4-0 overall with last Thursday's win over Klahowya. They are scheduled to play an away game at Bellevue Christian on Monday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. Boys' Golf is currently 4-1 overall, with league wins over Charles Wrig... Read More

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    CCHS I-term Student Returns to Puyallup Elementary on a Yearly Basis

    CCHS Junior Danny DeBock is fond of our CCS Puyallup Elementary Campus. He must be – he keeps going back. This spring, for the third year in a row, Danny returned to the school where he started as a Kindergarten student. He knew, even that young, that something was different. The CCS community, he said, “is one of a kind. I haven’t seen a school quite like CCS. The culture is different. How kids interact is different.” He added that he feels there’s a Christ-like atmosphere at CCS. Danny was on campus the week of April 3-7 as part of CCHS Impact Term (I-term), where students, “help p... continue reading