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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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  • A Record Year for JH Math Students

    At the Junior High this year, we have more 7th grade students taking Algebra I, a high school course, than we have ever had. We also have more 8th grade students tackling Geometry. Since we began using data protocol, students have been able to excel at a rate that fits their individual needs. I see a spirit of risk-taking that is becoming a part of our culture; students are learning for learning’s sake, not just for their GPA. An example would be in Mrs. Sikora’s 8th grade DigiTech class. Students who mastered typing at 40 wpm or faster, are now given the opportunity to try coding. We are always trying to stretch in ways that help our students pursue their passions and purpose, and our staff are masters of making that happen.

  • McAlder Chapel Tidbit

    Following the theme of Love Encourages, McAlder Campus was blessed to have the children's pastors from Eastpointe Foursquare, Brandon and Courtney, share a special message on how to encourage one another.  They encouraged the students to give "at-a-boys/girls", give genuine compliments, be good listeners and pray for one another as good ways to encourage. Then they gave an excellent visual demonstration using clear plastic glasses of water and how when we encourage others we fill their cup. And as we continue to fill others cups they in turn help us fill more people's cups. So, the question is:  how many people's cups can you fill today and every day through encouragement?

  • District Professional Development Day covers a variety of topics

    Faculty from across the district gathered for professional development on Friday, October 6 with the goal of maximizing student learning. Topics included curriculum mapping (to align curriculum standards and practices grade-level to grade-level and district-wide), establishing a CCS curriculum roadmap, and meeting as grade level teams to evaluate student data.

  • Alumni Tailgate and Appreciation Homecoming Party

    In order to celebrate our alumni this upcoming Homecoming season, all allumni are invited to join us for pizza and felowship at Farrelli's in Sumner. It's a free, family-friendly event with give-aways and more!

    After dinner, alumni will be reconized and celebrated at the Cascade Christian football game. It's will be a fun evening of cheering on the Cougar football team while reconnecting with classmates!

    This event is on Saturday, October 14. Dinner begins at 5, and the game starts at 7 (free admission for alumni). Please RSVP here by October 9.

  • In Case you missed it... Madden Tobeck - KIRO 7 Player of the Week

    Congratulations Madden Tobeck on being named the KIRO7 Player of the Week for your great performance in the Cougar win vs Orting HS!

    Watch the story here.

    To see the most up-to-date Cougar Athletics news, follow our AD on Twitter!


  • Fall Sports have Begun!

    Fall sports have officially launched! Monday, August 21st was the first day for many of our fall sports. Although football started August 16th, girls’ volleyball, girls’ soccer, boys’ tennis and cross country started this week. Our cheer team has been hard at work as well!

    The girls’ volleyball team has welcomed new head coach, Kayla Pedretti, who is also teaching here at Cascade Christian High School. Mrs. Pedretti has an extensive background in volleyball having played NCAA Division I at Austin Peay State University and also competing for the Canadian National Team. Our girls’ volleyball team will have a bright future with Mrs. Pedretti alongside them.

    We also have Clark Jennings stepping in as the girl’s head soccer coach this year, after being co-head coach with the program the past few years. It's going to be a great year for our soccer girls.

    With school right around the corner, our students are working hard and dedicating their time to practice gearing up for their first games and matches.

  • Alumni Relations at CCS Takes New Step Forward

    Cascade Christian recently hired alumni parent Misty Suggs to serve in alumni relations. Misty will lead the charge to plan and implement programs, projects and processes that strategically engage CCS alumni with the current CCS student body.

    Misty has lived in Pierce county most of her life and is married to her high school sweetheart, Bob. Misty and Bob are the parents of two CCS alums, Daniel and Holly. Some of her passions include travel, healthy living and outdoor activities. Misty's professional background began with an education at UPS, where she attained a bachelor of arts in business/accounting. After college, she served in her family business as the accountant. She has worked in the medical field, for the chamber of commerce and is also a certified health coach.

    Misty's relationship with CCS began in 1998. Both of her children attended CCS from preschool through 12th grade. Daniel graduated in 2012 and Holly graduated in 2015. As a member of the CCS family, Misty served in many roles beyond that of being a parent. She has helped in the classroom, served as PfC, coached soccer, led prayer groups, helped with Daffodil, helped with fundraisers, written for the Chronicle and much more. Some of her closest friends are parents she came to know through her time as a parent and volunteer with CCS.

    Misty says, “I’m excited about continuing the legacy of community at CCS, and connecting with alumni to have an ongoing impact on their lives beyond graduation.”


  • Professional Artist Shares her Gifts with Fourth Graders

    Recently, one of our fourth grade classes had the privilege of having a professional artist come and share her talents with them. Marjorie A. Mankin has been a professional artist for over 50 years, and has taught countless classes to both students and adults. She shares a gallery in Gig Harbor with a few other artists. She is also the great grandmother of fourth grader Ty Balzarini and his siblings.

    While with our students, she discussed strokes, color value, and shading among other things. She spoke to the students about what color looks like in nature, and how it changes and flows. Then showed them how to create that natural look with acrylic paint as their medium. They then took their newfound knowledge and applied it to some beautiful works of art.

    This was such a great opportunity. Thank you Mrs. Mankin for sharing your love of art with us!

  • Congrats to our State Finalists

    Congrats to our boy's golf team for placing 8th at State and our girl's on a great season!

    Congrats to our track team on an amazing season and to Morgan for winning State in the 400! Also, congrats to our boy's 4x100 team for placing second at State! Way to go guys!

    Congrats to Grace on a great tennis season and the boy's baseball team for their amazing season as well!

  • 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 addition to increasing fine skills, Kindergarteners learned how they should "respect" God's gifts He has provided, be "responsible" in taking care of those gifts, and at the same time create "relationship" with each other. Our growing leaders are preparing to impact their world!



  • 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 Wright, Seattle Christian, and Vashon. They play next on Tuesday, April 18 vs Bellevue Christian.

    Girls' Golf is 2-2 overall, with a league opening win over Bellevue Christian, and a good showing at the Vashon 9-hole challenge. Their next match is scheduled for Tuesday, April 18.

    Girls' Tennis is 4-4... in rainouts. They are 0-1 in league play with a loss last week to Vashon. They lost a close match last Thursday to Klahowya, and will take spring break off before facing Charles Wright on Wednesday, April 19 at CWA.

    Boys' Soccer has taken on several larger schools this pre-season, but brought home a 3-1 win over 1A Tenino on the 23rd. League play started last Tuesday, and their next home game is Monday, April 17 vs Vashon Island at Sunset Stadium (7 p.m.).

    It's been a rainy spring so far... For the most up-to-date schedules, click here.


  • CCHS Students Begin 2017 I-Term this week

    On Thursday, the Puerto Rico team kicked of I-term week as they headed out to explore the island, get to know the culture and work at a local school. The are followed by the South Africa team who leaves today, and the rest of the teams who will leave between today and Tuesday.

    Local teams - those who haven't been working on their service projects throughout the year - will be participating throughout the community at hospitals, food banks, elementary campuses and more next week.

    Want to know more? Click the link below to gain access to all of the 2017 I-term blogs!

  • JH Classes Are Hands-On with PTLW Learning

    Junior high science teacher, Mrs. Schimon, has added the use of 3D printers to the Project Lead the Way (PTLW) activities this year. Mrs. Schimon is teaching her seventh and eighth grader students how to write code, how to use the 3D printers, and the basics of engineering and technology in science.

    In order to integrate new technology and a more 21st century approach to science, they have been doing more hands-on projects in Project Lead the Way. “This is fun as well as educational,” Schimon said, “because the students are able to create their own projects and be more involved in the activities.”

    They are currently starting a robotics course, and will be making robots soon.


  • JH Choir Making Memories at ACSI Musicale

    About thirty CCJH choir students will gather with other Christian Schools in the Northwest this Tuesday to take part in the annual ACSI Junior High Musicale.

    Led by their Choir Director Mrs. Hinojos, will share their talents and love of music with the pubic by collaborating with the other schools to create a memorable concert.

    Mrs. Hinojos explained that at this event, students get to, "see what it is like to prepare their part and then come together with total strangers to create beautiful music. They also get the experience of learning from other directors and getting feedback to apply back home."

    In addition, she added, "This experience provides the students with many enjoyable memories. They meet new friends they otherwise would never meet."


  • Cougar Baseball Wins Season Opener

    With a grand-slam home run by Carle in the bottom of the fifth inning, Cougar baseball brought home a season-opening win over Vashon 8-0 on Monday afternoon.

    The game was scoreless through the first four and half innings, until a walk by Hannah, single by Adams, and another single by Fox loaded the bases. Hannah got the Cougs on the board by scoring on a passed ball, then Carle hit a home run to left field. Bartels, Woolery, and Hannah singled, Adams drew a walk, and Fox singled again, and the Cougs left the fifth inning with 8-0 lead.

    Pitchers Fox (1 hit, 1 walk, and five strikeouts) and Carder (0 hits, 3 walks and 6 strikeouts) combined for the shutout.


  • 2017-2018 Major School Dates
    Thanksgiving Break: Thursday and Friday, November 23-24
    Christmas Break: Monday, December 18 through Monday, January 1 (Return to school on Tuesday, January 2)
    Spring Break: Monday, April 9 through Friday, April 13, 2018
    Last day of School K-11: June 15, 2018
  • CCHS Rolling Out One-to-One Devices to Enhance Student Learning

    Cascade Christian is proud to announce a unique and exciting venture that, beginning with the 2016-2017 school year, will give all High School students access to a Microsoft Surface with a keyboard and Pen. We believe that a one-to-one device program will enable us to better provide all students with a technological tool that will enhance their learning and achievement. This tool will afford them greater opportunities to be productive students and citizens as they enter a global environment that will require greater technology skills, collaboration, and teamwork. For more information, see our Technology @ CCS web pages.

    Watch for more about how technology is being used in our Kindergarten Prep through 8th grade classrooms as well!

  • CCS Students Making an Impact on I-term

    Another amazing I-term is coming to a close, and the stories abound of how students have served and experienced life "outside the walls" of CCS. Click here to read Dr. Ken Friesen's view of I-term 2016, then read the I-term blogs for the student perspective!

  • 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 volunteer group of parents who dedicate their time and energy to unite parents through relationship and communication as they support the students, teachers and staff wherever there is a need. 

  • Parent-teacher conferences have been part of Cascade Christian Schools since its beginning. Communication with parents about their child’s progress and the opportunity to see samples of their work kept all the key players in the loop – or so we thought. There was one key player missing when these discussions were taking place: the student.


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