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Our students are finishing the school year strong and looking forward to a new season; and for many, a new campus with new adventures! We couldn't be prouder and we know you are too. Please join our commencement celebrations for the class of 2018.

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Thursday, May 31

9:00am: 5th Grade Promotion | CCC Auditorium

11:00am: Early Ed Stepping Up Celebration | CCC Auditorium

7:00pm: 8th Grade Graduation | CCC Auditorium

Friday, June 1

7:00pm: High School Graduation | CCC Auditorium

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Capital Christian Center
9470 Micron Avenue Sacramento, CA 95827

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Athletics would like to honor the one and only Bob Wills! Bob is the infamous "Voice of the Cougars" and monitors the academics of our student athletes (Asst. VP). Bob also helps coach Softball. He truly is invested in the school and our athletes. You can also catch Bob in the Singing Christmas Tree Choir this December. He truly loves the Lord and is a blessing to all those he encounters.

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Athletics would like to honor David Quintero for his often unseen faithful service. He is a part of our APS crew who takes care of our facilities through setup, cleanup and anything else that is needed. He does it all with a great attitude and smile. Thank you David for all you do!

"Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might." Eccl. 9:10

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Bucks sign first-round pick D.J. Wilson

CCHS Alum, Class of 2014

The Milwaukee Bucks made it official with their 2017 first-round pick D.J. Wilson, signing the University of Michigan product to a rookie scale contract on Thursday.

Wilson will make his first appearance in a Bucks uniform this weekend at the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. The Bucks' first Summer League game is scheduled to tip off Friday at 5:30 p.m.

Wilson was a big factor in the Wolverines' Big Ten championship and their surprising run to the Sweet Sixteen as a seventh seed in the NCAA Tournament. He averaged 16 points per game in three March Madness games.

He left Michigan leading the team in rebounds (5.3) and blocks (1.5) per game in his junior season. He scored in double figures in 22 of his 38 games, which included 36 starts.

Source: Fox Sports
http://www.foxsports.com/wisconsin/story/milwaukee...

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