Dedicated to Developing Discerning Leaders


    Cascade Christian Schools is an interdenominational school system serving families with child care through grade twelve, on six 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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    Why CCS? From Early Learning to High School...

    Open House is coming soon, and it creates an opportunity to ask the question, "Why CCS?" This week and next, we are asking that question, and we've gotten some great answers already! You can hear the answers first hand (via video) from Early Learning Pa... Read More

    What is Parents for Cascade?

    Feverishly working behind the scenes at every campus of Cascade Christian Schools is an amazing program dedicated to building the community that is CCS. From Early Learning Centers to High School, there is a group dedicated to each campus. Parents for Cascade is a volunte... Read More

    Why CCS? Here's what one family says...

    Recently, the Cooksley family took part in Worship Night at CCHS. What started as support for their daughter turned into an evening where they were "inspired by the worship songs, the musicianship, the student messages, the video message, and the overall produ... Read More


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    The Benefits of Family Chapel

    In the next edition of the Chronicle, you'll find an article describing Family Chapel at CCS Elementary campuses. In the meantime, here's what Frederickson/Tacoma Principal Tina deVries says about this valuable program: "The greatest effect of family chapel doesn’t actually happen in the FC moments, though they are wonderful. The greatest part is the bi-product of the relationships that are established and fostered during that time that pour over into our day to day activity. You see older students nurturing younger ones in chapel, at recess, during passing, at morning drop off and more. You see younger st... continue reading