This year’s girls’ Varsity Volleyball team has worked together to have an incredible season. Thanks to exceptional leadership and their faith in Christ, one could argue that it was one of their best seasons yet! In an interview, one of the captains, Senior Jessie Vincent, described the team as “competitive, fun, and hardworking,” despite the many challenges they faced.
Dear Christian Unified Schools Parents and Community, On behalf of all of us at Christian Unified Schools, we are pleased to welcome you to the 2023-2024 school year! Our teachers, staff, and administrators as well as many others in the CUSSD and Shadow Mountain family have been hard at work in preparation for the school …
Girl’s Volleyball at Christian Unified is a huge hit! This year, coaches saw a huge increase in talented girls wanting to try out this August. Predictably, a large number of hopefuls always means large cuts. Out of the whopping 115 girls who tried out this year, only 40 made it onto one of the three teams our school offers. But a big talent pool always spells good things for the upcoming season.
After a solid 2021 season, the varsity football team is taking new steps toward becoming an even stronger team and program. Last year, the football team saw a huge season of success as they moved up a division and also made it to the second round of playoffs. This season, the team means to live up to the new legacy and even surpass it.
Patriot Faithful! Last Friday was an incredible day at Christian High School. The activities started early (6:20am) with live television coverage on KUSI. STEM Engineering, Woodshop, Cheer, Patriot Praise, Band (drum line) and students writing letters to Veterans were all featured on the Morning Show. The Alarm Clock Pep Rally with band, cheer, footballand our …
This Friday, the CHS Patriots will take on Mira Mesa High School as they fight to keep their undefeated title. Although the opposition is sure to provide a worthy challenge for the boys, we have confidence that the Patriots will take home another win to finish out Homecoming week. This year’s team is composed of a group of fiercely competitive, highly devoted young men who work hard to represent both Christian High School and Jesus Christ through their sport.