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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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    Coach Jerry Williams Retires

    On Tuesday, February 6th 2018, Coach Jerry Williams coached his last home basketball game for Cascade Christian. Coach Williams has coached with CCHS for 19 years. Over his years of coaching, Coach Williams orchestrated back-to back 1A state championship victories in 2009-10... Read More

    2017-18 I-Term Launch Day: Time for Team Building and Inspiration

    What a great day for our High School students! Not only do they get an early start to the weekend with early dismissal, but today was our I-term Launch! Yay! The students started the morning by checking in with their I-term teams. They sat together at table... Read More

    CCHS Choir Attends the CWU Fall Choral Classic

    From Mrs. Hinojos... The Fall Choral Classic is a non-competitive festival designed to enhance open and honest exchange between the clinicians, the conductor and the students. Participation by school groups is by invitation only." We have attended the CWU Fall Cho... Read More

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    Choosing Standards that Work at CCS

    At the center of education there has always been the need to have an accurate assessment process which determines and measures what students must know and do to learn at their highest level. Making sure all students are given equal opportunity to learn originally began with individual states determining their own learning outcomes or standards. What are standards? Standards are written expectations of what students are expected to know at a specific stage of education. Standards should contain three things: the desired level of proficiency, the skill that students are expected to master, and a way in which to measure th... continue reading