Welcome to Cypress Creek High School
Cypress Creek High School is the premier high school in Cypress-Fairbanks ISD in Houston, Texas. Please visit the About CCHS page to learn more.
9815 Grant Road
Houston, TX 77070
281-897-4193 Main Fax
281-897-4154 Registrar's Fax
Mark your calendar! Cypress Creek High School will have a half day of school on Friday, March 7, 2014, with all students being released at 11:25 AM. **NOTE: Lunch will not be served**
News and Updates From The Campus
Students and Parents,
If you, or your student, are in an Advanced Placement course, it is time to register to take your AP exam. You can register online by clicking here. The deadline for regular registration is March 7th. Between March 8 and 27th, registration will be accepted for an additional $10.00 per exam.
If you have questions, please e-mail Terrie Shell. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to earn college credit. Sign up today!
Cypress Creek Publication students received 27 awards from the Texas Association of Journalism Educators for their newspaper and yearbook content. All awards help students earn points to join the All-State Journalism Team.
- Hala Khan
- Kristin Russell
- Colin Morris
- Rebekah Kish
- Caline Forward
- Jenna Moreland
- Tyler Hooks
- Dairyn Salguero
- Holly Hearn
- Skylar Campbell
- Greg Robinson
- Akilah Smith
- Gennesis Gonzalez
- Dairyn Salguero
- Amelia Tidwell
- Lillie Havens
Learn about the Endorsement requirement and Foundation High School Program.
In order to maintain an optimum testing environment for students, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) has determined that cell phone use will not be permitted during any state assessment. Cell phones must be turned off and not be visible; therefore, students are not allowed to place or receive a cell phone call or text message during a test administration.
School will be in session on Monday February 17th to make up for our lost day due to inclement weather on Jan 24. This date was indicated on the current 2013-2014 School Calendar as a make up day. According to the Texas Education Agency, students are required to meet the designated number of school days. Please make sure all students report to school on this day!
Graffiti, Cypress Creek High School's literary magazine, has earned a rank of Superior - Nominated for Highest Award in the 2013 NCTE Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines. Leslie Laird (faculty advisor) and Jonathan Graves (editor-in-chief and graduate) are thrilled, and proud of the amazing art and writing included in the magazine.
ATTENTION Juniors and Parents: Boys' and Girls' State programs offer a week-long opportunity for juniors to study city, country, and state government, and actually participate in these forms of government by establishing their own mythical city and country.
One boy and one girl will be selected to represent Cy-Creek HS. 2014 Boys State will be held at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas, from June 8-13. 2014 Girls State will be held at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas, from June 15-21. Juniors were given information regarding the Boys' and Girls' State Programs in their US History classes last week.
Please find the flyers, an application, and the recommendation form, attached below. Hard copies will also be available in the Health Science academy office.
The deadline to submit documentation is Friday, February, 14th, 2014.
Interested in being a part of the Cy Creek Cheerleading Squad? Get all the information you need in the link below!
Students are required to wear ID badges while on campus. To learn more about the expectations, please click here.
To Register for Advanced Placement Exams, please click here
Students may find that their initial choice of a Career Academy is not appropriate. They will have one opportunity to change academies duirng their career at Cy Creek High School. Requests will be considered by Maggie Wiley and if deemed appropriate will be grated. All requests are due to Ms. Wiley's office by February 15, 2014. Changes will not take effect until the 2014-2015 school year.
To get the form and request a change in academies, click here.
This last weekend, the Cypress Creek Speech & Debate team competed against 25 schools at the Stony Point/Cedar Ridge Swing Tournament in Round Rock, Texas.
At the meet, Creek won:
- 4th Place Overall Sweepstakes, Stony Point Tournament
- 3rd Place Overall Sweepstakes, Cedar Ridge Tournament
To see individual results, click here
Two ways to support S.N.A.P. 2014:
Any purchases made on amazon.com from CyCreek Cougar link will benefit S.N.A.P. 2014. Amazon will donate a percentage of purchases made on this link. Please use our link for any shopping you wish to do.
Flock a Friend this Christmas! Surprise a friend with a Flock of Flamingos on their front yard! To learn more, click here
Watch the videos to learn about these important changes:
Sophomores Sarah Garner and Lauren Hernandez, students in Lori O’Donnell’s art class, created a holiday ornament that has been chosen to represent Texas District 126 and Rep. Patricia Harless on the 2013 Lone Star Celebration Christmas Tree at the State Capitol.
To read more, Click Here.
Congratulations to Carunya Achar!Carunya has been named as a National Forensic League All American for the 2012-2013 academic year. Way to go!
The speech and debate program at Cypress Creek H.S. has earned recognition by the National Forensic League. The Creek chapter has ranked among the top 5% of schools nationwide and earned membership in the League's prestigious 200 Club! Congratulations to Scott Baker, and the Cypress Creek students for an outstanding speech and debate program!
The Cy Creek Cougar Band participated in the Regional UIL competition at the Berry Center last weekend, along with 21 other bands. Congratulations on the high honor of a Sweepstakes Award!
Congratulations to the following students for their outstanding achievement in the National Merit Scholarship Competition.
National Hispanic Recognition:
- Leah Miranda
- Connor Sauer
- Blade Labrada
- Vanessa Lopez
- Forest Brown
- Adolfo Munoz
National Achievement Scholarship:
- Daquan Asmore
- Brice Phillips
National Merit Commended:
- Carunya Achar
- Christopher Blank
- Michelle Faries
- John Henthorn
- Benjamin Humble
- Kenny Le
- Leah Miranda
- Chance Morris
- Taher Naeem
- Thai Nguyen
- Helena Oliver
- Mark Richardson
- Kirsten Thomas
- Lewis Walden
- Benjamin Zimmerman
Congratulations 2013 Region Orchestra Finalists:
- Alex Brogan - Viola
- Megan Chan - Bass
These students competed with many orchestra students from 15 UIL Region 27 schools in Cy-Fair and Spring Branch. The regional orchestra represents the best of all strings musicians from the regions high schools.
Congratulation to Cypress Creek High School's Seven National Merit Semi-Finalists! We are proud of you!
- Zeba Bemat
- Forest Brown
- Grant A. Cook
- Cameron S. Frederick
- Samuel T. Howard
- Kenneth M. Scott
- Benjamin C. Siegert
Thanks to our dropout recovery team who worked hard visiting students and encouragin them to return to school and get an education.
Congratulations to Cy Creek Journalism 2013 Yearbook Named as a "Gold Medalist Yearbook" Highest Medal Received! Way to Go!
Congratulations to our own Andrea Barnes who has earned a spot on the CFISD Wall of Fame!
Andrea Barnes, READ 180 teacher at Cypress Creek High School. Barnes was honored for her selection as the Secondary Educator of the Year by the Association of Texas Professional Educators. A two-time recipient of the Wall of Fame recognition, Barnes has a total of 25 years in education and 11 in CFISD.
To read more, click here
Congratulations and thank you for representing Cy Creek with pride!
Three Cypress Creek students were named to the All-State Journalism Staff! Skylar Campbell, Samantha Casas and Colin Morris were three of 37 students named to the 2012-13 All-State Journalism Staff. To qualify for the staff, students must have earned 50 points by participating and winning different journalism contests throughout the year. Students can earn points by participating in UIL invitational contests, UIL district, regional and state contests, as well as ILPC and similar type journalism contests. They are the only students from the Cy-Fair school district receiving this honor
Congratulations to Cy Creek's UCTV program! Annual auditions for Channel 16 on-air talent were held last week, and UCTV won five of the twenty highly-coveted spots! Channel 16 news airs on Comcast's Channel 16 into over one million homes. Congratulations to District News Team Anchors Paige Parker, Scott Holder, and Alisa Trejo, News Flash/District Reporter Samantha Casas, and alternate Miguel Sandoval! Miss Bulloch is very proud of you, and you will represent your fellow Cougars well. Way to go, UCTV!
Cypress Creek High School technology teacher Tom Halbert has been selected by the Cisco Networking Academy as an Advanced Level Instructor.
To read more, click here
Late Buses will run Monday - Wednesday at 4:30pm. To learn how to get your late bus ticket, click here
Over the summer, the Cypress Creek Speech & Debate competed at the National Forensic League National Tournament in Birmingham, Al. At the meet, Caro Achar placed 6th in the entire country in United States Extemporaneous Speaking. With over 200 students initially entered in the event, this is quite an outstanding show of excellence from this young woman.
Christian Kimbell advanced to the top 60 in Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking. In addition, Christian Kimbell is the current Texas NFL point leader. He is currently 2nd in the entire country.
Congratulations to these two amazing students who showcase the best Creek has to offer!
Below is a picture of Caro Achar on the national stage, immediately after the finals round, being introduced to an audience of over 500, not to mention the 1,000 or more who watched on-line live.
Congratulations to our own Cathy Trocquet who received the Texas Health Occupations Association (THOA) Health Science Distinguished Teacher Award for 2013. The Board will recognize Ms. Trocquet for her accomplishment at their September 9 meeting at the Instructional Support Center on Jones Road at 6 pm. Please join us in congratulating her on this distinguished award!
Read the full article here
To learn more about accessing your AP scores online check out the counselors page
Cypress Creek High School ranks among the top 2,000 U.S. high schools in the country, according to Newsweek and The Daily Beast’s annual list of America’s Best High Schools. To read more, click here.
Congratulations to Cy Creek's UCTV students Alex Rodriguez (class of '13), Marlee Kargou (class of '14), and Lorena Gonzalez (class of '13)! Their stop-motion video, "Radman," placed second in the "Romance" category at the 2013 Lone Star College Quack Attack Film Festival. "Radman" tells the bittersweet tale of a love-struck toy, unable to win the lady of his dreams. This festival was open to anyone in the community, not only to high school students. UCTV teacher Jana Bulloch is extremely proud of the dedication of these three students. "This was one of the most outstanding pieces that they have ever produced, and the long hours put in to this project really show."
Congratulations to Leslie Laird, our Cypress Creek High School 2013 Spotlight Teacher of the Year. To learn more about Mrs. Laird, click here