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Capital Christian Middle School is pleased to announce our 7th annual CCMS Crab Feed on Saturday, February 4, 2017 from 5:30-9pm in the CCC Activity Center. Proceeds go towards the CCMS 8th grade student Washington D.C trip. Your ticket purchase is an investment in our children's future. Event Schedule: 5:30pm – Doors Open, 6:30pm – Dinner Served. We'll be posting ticket link soon! Advance reservations are required so keep an eye out for our update!

For more information, call the Middle School office at (916) 856-5622 or email CCMS.Crabfeed@ccscougars.org.


Silent Auction items include:

  • Bodega Bay Vacation Package
  • Cougar Wear Baskets
  • Liberty Firearms 3 hour training course
  • Jostens Yearbook
  • Kindle Fire
  • Sacramento Zoo
  • San Francisco Ballet
  • San Francisco Museum and Pier 39 basket
  • Papa Roach autographed guitar
  • Pete's Restaurant
  • Jiffy Lube
  • And so much more!

You won't want to miss this fun filled night held in conjunction with Jr. Cougars Recognition Night. Contact Mr. Reber or any band student to get your tickets today. Download the flyer here.

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CCS at a Glance

Capital Christian School has served early education through 12th grade students & families for over 30 years. We offer challenging, standards-based academics, award winning athletics, outstanding fine arts, progressive technology & an amazing sense of community & service.

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Early Education through High School
EEC = Early Education Center (2 - 5 yr olds)
ES = Elementary School (grades K - 5)
MS = Middle School (grades 6 - 8)
HS = High School
(grades 9 - 12)
College Attendance
Over the past three years an average of 91% of our CCHS graduates went on to pursue a college degree
of our High School students participate in CCS Athletic Programs
Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Skiing, Snowboarding, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Trap Shooting, Volleyball, Wrestling
429 High School Students
Over 200 Churches Represented