Thursday, March 9, 2023

Science Olympiad

Several weeks ago we announced notable placements at the Regional Science Olympiad contest. Last night, Mrs. Campbell was notified that our Cy Woods Science Olympiad team is going to compete at the STATE level on Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd.

We are so proud of you guys!

National Foreign Language Week


Did you know that Spanish is spoken by over 500 million people in the world (as a first or second language)? The US is home to around 41 million native Spanish speakers alone. That's more Spanish speakers than any other country in the world, except Mexico! In 2021, almost 8 million Spanish speakers live in Texas alone! Learning Spanish allows you to appreciate and better understand Spanish language movies, music and literature. It is a resume booster since it equips you to serve Spanish speaking clients and customers. It can also give you an advantage over other employees or even increase your salary by about 10-15%. Last but not least, Spanish is a phonetic language and is one of the easier ones to learn!


Did you know that German is an official language of the European Union? It's because German is the second most widely spoken language in Europe - even ahead of Spanish and French. German is the second most important language in science and knowing it will give you an advantage in various research fields. Also, more Germans travel the world than any other nationality. Although many of them speak another language, like English, they need people everywhere who speak their language! Finally, did you know that attending a college or university is 100% FREE in Germany, even for you! All you need to do is learn German!


Did you know that French is the official language of 29 countries? It is also an official language of the United Nations, European Union, the International Red Cross and the Olympics! If you know French, you can travel anywhere! Did you know that France is a world leader in science and technology innovation and knowing French will improve your chances of being accepted into these careers? It is also a very useful language in the fashion industry, culinary arts, theater, dance, visual arts and architecture.


Did you know that over 50% of all words in English derived from Latin? Many medical terms and almost all legal terms are Latin. Knowing Latin will put you at an advantage for careers in medicine, nursing, law, science, music, ancient or medieval history and classical literature. It can also improve your English vocabulary, maximize your SAT/ACT and LSAT scores and give you a deeper appreciation of literature, art and history.


Did you know that it is estimated that around 1 million people use American Sign Language around the world? Did you know sign language isn't only used with hearing impaired people? It is also used to aid in communication with pre-verbal children, people with autism, dyslexia and other learning differences. There is a high demand for interpreters who are fluent in ASL. Interpreters are needed in educational settings, doctor's offices, court rooms, meetings and concerts. Knowing ASL can lead to higher abstract and creative thinking, better problem-solving skills, greater cognitive flexibility and better listening skills.

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Girl's Golf

 Golf tryouts will be Wednesday, December 7th, at Cypress Lakes golf course, starting at 3:15.  It will cost $20 for tryouts.  Tryout information can be found at room 1105! You will need to sign up, and have your physical turned in to the training room and your CFISD athletics participation forms signed.  If you have any questions, you can see Coach Caballero in room 1105!

Boy's Golf

 If you are interested in trying out for boys golf, tryouts will be Monday, December 5th.  You will need to sign up with Coach Klare in room 1034 by November 30th.

Monday, October 3, 2022

Cat Shack

 Need tutoring? Come to the CAT SHACK! This lunchtime peer tutoring program is located in the hallway between Lucy Lane and the School Store. Open every day during all 4 lunches. Come join us!

Cy-Woods Orchestra Fundraiser

 The Cy-Woods Orchestra is selling poinsettia plants for 1 final week! This festive fundraiser supports our orchestra program and Brookwood Community. So, find your favorite orchestra student and ask them for a link to purchase your plants. Feel free to contact the directors with any questions or concerns. The sale ends Thursday, October 6th.

Voter Registration Drive

 On Wednesday, September 28th, Cy-Woods will be hosting a voter registration drive for all eligible voters. The League of Women Voters will be in all Government and Economics classes; if you are not enrolled in either class, Let's Vote Club will have a table at all lunches. You must be a US citizen and at least 17 years and 10 months old by the time of registration. Please have your Texas driver's license or the last 4 digits of your Social Security number.


 Our varsity team defeated Cy-Lakes 13-6 to improve to 4-1 in district play!

The 212 Players of the Match are Drew, Joseph, Norah, Blake, Velentina, Sebastian and Marius! These players won both their singles and doubles matches!

Congratulations to our JV Team on their 17-2 Victory!

FBLA Guest Speaker

 FBLA is hosting a guest speaker event on September 27th after school in room 3006. The speaker has built award-winning apps and works with programs to empower aspiring young leaders like yourselves. The event is open to everyone and it's a great opportunity to learn from a real world professional, so make sure to be there!

Weekly Athletics October 3-8, 2022


Monday, September 19, 2022

Weekly Athletics - September 19-24, 2022


Homecoming Dress Up Days

Homecoming Week - 

Monday - "Sky's the Limit" - Wear Blue - Parade @ 6:30 PM

Tuesday - "Our Future is Bright" - Wear Neon

Wednesday - "21st Night of September" - Wear clothes from 70's

Thursday - "Gettin' Ready to Wrangle the Mustangs" - Western Day

Friday - "Homecoming Spirit Day" - Mums, Garters & 212 Attire


Last Friday, the Wildcats took on the Klein Bearcats at the Aerodrome.  Two goals were scored.

Join the hockey Wildcats at the aerodrome next Sunday, Sept. 25 at 6:40 pm as they take on Strake.

Monday, September 12, 2022

Cypress Woods High School Athletic Events for September 5-10, 2022


Woods vs Cy Ridge (home)
Varsity Woods vs Cy Falls (home) 
JV Woods vs Cy Falls (away)


JV (home) Woods vs Cy Fair 
Freshman (away) Woods vs Cy Fair
JV Woods vs Cy Ridge@ Cy Ranch HS


Varsity Woods vs Cy Fair (away)
6:30pm Pridgeon Stadium
JV Tournament (away) TBD


Woods vs cy Ranch (home)
Varsity Woods vs Cy Park (away)
JV Woods vs Cy Park (home)
Bridgeland XC Invite @ Zube Park


Woods vs Jersey Village @ CFISD Natatorium
JV Tournament (away) TBD

HOSA meeting

The first HOSA Future Health Professionals meeting will be on Thursday, September 8 after school in room 2407. If you are interested in healthcare and allied health professionals, please plan to attend the meeting to receive more information about becoming a HOSA member!

College Visit

Today during all lunches our admissions representative from Stephen F. Austin State University will be available in the main hallway to answer your questions and to give you information about the university.

If you have applied to SFA, she can look over your application. Be sure to stop by and see what this great university can offer you!

Thursday, September 1, 2022


If you are interested in wrestling please see Coach Johnson in Rm 2411, Coach Prieto in Rm 1659 or Coach Dominguez in Rm 1255.

You must have a physical and all paperwork turned in before you can start practice.


Varsity volleyball had an amazing weekend and placed second in the silver bracket in the battle of the Brazos tournament!!

Volleyball had an unbelievable match against Cy Creek, they lost in a 5 set match and we could not be prouder of these girls and are so excited for what is to come!!


Those interested in trying out for our State Champ Wildcat varsity hockey team, stop by Mrs. Lightbody's room 1927 for more information.

Let's go Hockey.

College Colors Day

To support our College-going culture (and since our Wildcats play on Thursday night this week) feel free to wear your college gear on Friday to support all of the kick-offs this weekend.

Friday, August 26, 2022

9th grade and JV Football

Scores from this week:

9th Grade Gold: L 31-30

9th Grade Crimson: W 21-0

JV Gold: L 20-12

JV Crimson: 49-14


Cy Woods Waterpolo:

Girls beat Cy Springs 13-7

Boys lost to Cy Springs 8-6

Senior Sunrise

Seniors, a reminder that next Monday we will be having Senior Sunrise at 6 AM in the Courtyard behind the cafeteria.  There will be donuts first come, first serve.  Make sure to bring your own food and drinks.

Varsity Football

Varsity Football plays Katy Taylor at Rhodes Stadium in Katy tonight at 7 PM.

Tonight is Crimson Out game.


 We lost a hard fought amazing match against St. Johns and came back to beat Randle HS in two, 25-5; 25-10!  We play two matches Friday at Randle High School!

Monday, April 25, 2022

Mr. Cy Woods

Senior Men,

The Mr. Cy Woods Pageant is Thursday, May 10th. We are still looking for Senior Contestants and Escorts. If you would like to participate, please stop by the AP office or Finance Office and pick up an application.  They are due tomorrow, April 26th.

Come on Seniors, join in the fun!


The library will be celebrating Disability Book Week this week. This state-wide event is a way to raise disability awareness and increase inclusion in literature by encouraging individuals and organizations to read disability inclusive books. We will have a display featuring books showcasing characters or people with disabilities. Our vitals and life skills classes have shared their wonderful artwork with us. Stop by the library to see their awesome artwork and check out a book to read inclusively!

Science Olympiad

On Friday, April 22 and Saturday April 23, Science Olympiad competed at the State Competition Rice Invitational and earned 11th Overall.  Notable placements were:

1st place - Gravity Vehicle

1st place - Wright Stuff

3rd place - Codebusters

Everyone has been working so hard and we are confident that we will continue to bring the bling for Mrs. Campbell next year. She is so proud of all of the group and has mixed feelings about it being the end of the season: she is excited for next year and sad to see her seniors leaving. We have come a long way and pride does not begin to describe what she feels for all of you guys.

Friday, April 1, 2022

Girl's Golf

The Cy Woods Girls Golf team did amazing, in a very competitive field at district this week! We had one Wildcat advancing to regionals and make first team all district!!  We also had 2 Wildcats named to the Texas girls coaches association and Texas high school coaches association Academic All-State Team!

Vet Med

Vet med competed yesterday at area.  The team was 9th overall and we had a Wildcat place 1st overall.  They will compete at Texas A&M at the state competition on April 30th.

Girl's Track

Our Junior Varsity Girls track team competed in the District Track Meet at Cy Ranch High School last night. The competition was fierce through out the entire meet and it came down to the last event. We finished 2nd overall by a slim margin of 3 points! The coaches are extremely proud of the way everyone competed all season and especially last night. Varsity girls will compete at the College Park invitational meet on Saturday. Go Wildcats!

Wildlife Team

The Wildlife team competed at the Welder Wildlife Foundation and placed 6th in Area III and 9th in Region III.  They will compete at State on April 19th! 


The Finance office is out of backpacks.  Our shipment will not arrive until the end of April.  We apologize for not being able to offer this service.  We will let you know if and when we get a shipment.


Congratulations Concert and Camerata orchestra for sweepstakes at their UIL contest. 

212 Wildcats

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Shoe Drive

The Kindness to Action club is having a shoe drive NOW through April 1st. Please bring gently used tennis shoes to Mrs. Witcher’s room in room 2608 and put them in the cardboard box. ANYONE can participate in this shoe drive.

Monday, March 21, 2022

Weekly Athletics March 21-26, 2022


Ladies Soccer

Our varsity girls soccer team got Spring Break kicked off right when they smacked the Spartans with seven goals scored by six different Wildcats! This win helped our girls bring home the program's sixth district championship! These Cats begin their playoff run this Thursday at the Berry Center versus a tough Tomball team. Come out and support these Wildcats!! Good Luck Soccer!!

Your Lady Wildcat JV Soccer team started Spring Break off by clinching Undefeated District Championship by beating the Spartans 7 to 0. The Lady Wildcats finished with 89 goals for and only 2 against all season!  212 Soccer!

Monday, March 7, 2022

Computer Science

HPE Codewars results. Over 150 teams!

3rd place (in the world) Cy Woods team



This Saturday the Cadettes competed in the Crowd Pleasers Texas State Championship. The Cadettes brought home lots of awards.

2 3rd runners up for solos

The Cadette social officers were named the 1st place state champion socials.

The Cadette line officers received 1st place for their open, 3rd place for their lyrical and 3rd place for their contemporary. They were named 3rd place XL Grand Champion Officers and 4th place overall state champion officer line.

The Cadettes received 1st place for their team jazz, novelty and open. They received 2nd place for their pom and lyrical.

In a very close competition, the Cadettes were named 2nd place XL Grand State Champion. Only 1.25 points were between 1st and 2nd.

The Cadettes also received an academic achievement award for having a high team GPA of 3.8.

The Cadettes were named 3rd place overall state champion team which included 4 diamond adjudication awards which is the highest you can receive.

The Cadettes will next head to Grand Nationals in Florida in 2 weeks to complete their competition season.

We are so proud of our third place state champion Cadettes!


Our Wildcat hockey team suffered a tough loss Friday to that pesky team from Klein. Our seniors played fantastic! On Sunday our Wildcats took on the San Antonio Jr. Rampage and came away with a 5 to 3 victory. This puts our Wildcats in the #1 seed for playoffs. More info on playoffs to come.

Dual Credit

Wildcats, Dual Credit Registration is open now. If you are interested in taking a college class on our campus next school year, you must complete a PINK registration form and submit it no later than April 29. Visit with Ms. Pickett in the Counseling Office or Mrs. England in the College and Career Center.

Remember, Dual Credit registration requires an extra step - the pink registration sheet. Start now so you don't miss out on DC classes.

CDE Contest

Thursday we had 6 teams compete at the Katy CDE contest and had 3 teams place in the top 10!

Horse Judging placed 2nd overall.  With individual placements of 6th and 8th.

Wildlife and Habitat Evaluation placed 7th overall.  With individual placement of 14th.

Nursery Landscape placed 10th overall. With individual placement of 18th.

Vet Med had a 3rd overall individual.

Congrats to all!


It was a busy baseball weekend. Both JV and Varsity played in tournaments. Varsity faced some really tough competition. They played 5 games winning 2, losing 1 and tying 2. JV fought hard and won all 5 games!

This week Varsity plays in another tournament here at home, so come support your favorite baseball players this weekend starting Thursday. 

JV and Sophomore teams play the ponies here Tuesday night and Bridgeland away on Thursday night.

Keep up the good work baseball!

Lady Soccer

This past Saturday our varsity soccer girls battled strong winds but came away with a five to zero victory over the Cy Park tigers. It was an all senior scoring sheet.  These Cats have two regular season games left so come out tomorrow and help to celebrate senior night.  We cannot wait to honor these seniors and all they've done for our program. We love you seniors and 212 soccer!!

On Saturday your Lady Wildcat JV soccer team continued their undefeated season with a 4 to nothing win. Come out tomorrow night and support the last home game of the season. 212 wildcats!

Friday, March 4, 2022

Black History Month

 In Honor of Presidents day let's talk about Barack Hussein Obama.  He is an American attorney and politician who served as the 44th president of the United States from 2009 to 2017.  He was the first African-American president of the United States. He previously served as a U.S. senator from Illinois from 2005 to 2008 and an Illinois state senator from 1997 to 2004.  Obama's election in 2008 signified that our country was moving in the right direction -- a country who once had African slaves had finally elected an African-American to be president. 

Wednesday 2/23

Today’s American history fact is about Kamala Harris, who is an American politician and attorney.  She is the 49th and current vice president of the United States. Kamala Harris was born in Oakland , California and her mother was Tamil Indian and her father is a British Jamaican.  She is the first female vice president and the highest-ranking female official in U.S. history, as well as the first African American and first Asian American vice president.

Today’s American history fact is Colin Luther Powell was an American politician, statesman, diplomat, and United States Army officer who served as the 65th United States Secretary of State from 2001 to 2005. He was the first African-American secretary of state.  Powell was born in New York City to parents who had immigrated from Jamaica. He also participated in ROTC and received a commission as an Army second lieutenant upon graduation in June 1958. He was a professional soldier for 35 years, during which time he held many command and staff positions and rose to the rank of four-star general. He was Commander of the US Army Forces Command in 1989.

Today’s American history fact is Condoleezza Rice is an American diplomat, political scientist, civil servant, and professor who is the current director of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Rice served as the 66th United States secretary of state from 2005 to 2009 and as the 20th national security advisor from 2001 to 2005. A member of the Republican Party, Rice was the first female African-American secretary of state and the first woman to serve as National Security Advisor. Until the election of Barack Obama as president in 2008, Rice and her predecessor, Colin Powell, were the highest-ranking African Americans in the history of the federal executive branch (by virtue of the secretary of state, was standing fourth in the presidential line of succession)


Our Sub Varsity Track teams competed at the Langham Creek meet last night and came away with a clean sweep. All 3 teams were in a 212 zone, scoring major points against some tough opponents. The Varsity Teams will compete at Cy Springs High School in the CFISD Invitational tonight, so come out to watch.

Boy's Track

The Freshman and JV boys were meet champions yesterday at Langham Creek sub varsity meet!

Women's History Month

Throughout our history, despite hardship, exclusion and discrimination, women have strived and sacrificed for equity and equality in communities across the country. Women were stewards of the land and continue to lead the fight for climate justice. They also fought to end slavery, advocate for civil rights and pass the Voting Rights Act. Suffragists helped pass the 19th Amendment to the Constitution so that no American could be denied a vote on the basis of sex. Every March, Women's History Month provides an opportunity to honor the generations of trailblazing women and girls who have built our Nation, shaped our progress and strengthened our character as a people.

Today's work in America is being led by the most diverse and gender-balanced Cabinet in American History, including the first woman and woman of color to serve as Vice President; the first woman ever to serve as Treasury Secretary and Director of National Intelligence; the first Native American woman to serve as a Cabinet Secretary; women are leading the Departments of Commerce, Energy, Housing and Urban Development, along with the Small Business Administration and the Office of Management and Budget. Women of color are representing America on the world stage as United States Ambassador to the United Nations and the United States Trade Representative as well as leading the Council of Economic Advisers in the White House. So Women, please believe that you can, because one day you will!


Come out and support your Wildcat Hockey team tonight as we celebrate our seniors.  Your currently ranked 1st place in the North Division Wildcats take on those pesky Bearkats from up the road. Puck drops at 7 pm.

Let's go Wildcats!!

Teen Book Con

If you are interested in attending the Teen Book Con field trip on Saturday, April 9th, please pick up a permission form in the Library.

Mr. Cy Woods

We are still looking for Senior Contestants and Escorts for the Mr. Cy Woods Pageant. If you would like to participate, please stop by the AP office and pick up an application TODAY. They are now due, but we will accept them until Monday.

Come on Seniors, join the fun!

Black History Month

Music is known as the great unifier, and not only are we unified in our lifetime, through music, we are unified across millennia and generations.  One of the most influential musicians in any genre, Michael Jackson’s impact is undeniable – though his later career was dogged by controversy. Jackson started out with his brothers in the Motown act Jackson 5, before going solo and releasing timeless albums such as the R&B-infused Off The Wall and more traditional pop records the likes of Thriller and Bad. Throughout his life, Jackson was always at the forefront of musical trends, and he redefined the music video format with Thriller, which remains one of the best music videos of all time. His discography more than earns him the title of King Of Pop.

Music does not discriminate against culture, religion, gender, sexuality. race or even time and, therefore, not only is it a great unifier it is also a truly universal language. Drake is an artist who has fans of all backgrounds dancing to his music.  He is a Canadian rapper, singer, and actor. He is among the world's best-selling music artists, with over 170 million records sold. Drake is ranked as the highest-certified digital singles artist in the United States. He has won four Grammy Awards, six American Music Awards, a record 29 Billboard Music Awards,and holds several Billboard Hot 100 chart records. Drake has the most top 10 singles (54), the most charted songs (258),[17] the most simultaneously charted songs in one week (27), the most Hot 100 debuts in one week (22), and the most continuous time on the Hot 100 (431 weeks). 

Darius Carlos Rucker (born May 13, 1966) is an American singer and songwriter. He first gained fame as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of rock band Hootie & the BlowfishRucker signed to Capitol Nashville as a country music singer, releasing the album, Learn to Live that year. Its first single, "Don't Think I Don't Think About It", made him the first black artist to reach number one on the Hot Country Songs charts since Charley Pride in 1983.  In 2009, he became the first African American to win the New Artist Award from the Country Music Association, and the second African American person to win any award from the association.

Friday, February 18, 2022

Mr. Cy Woods


The 2022 Mr. Cy Woods pageant is Friday, March 25th.

Applications for Senior Contestants and Escorts can be picked up and turned into the AP office or the Finance office. If you would like to participate in the pageant, please stop by and pick up an application. They are due March 4th with a commitment to the rehearsal dates listed on the form. This is a fun and entertaining event. So, don't miss out Senior Men; step up and make some memories and strut your stuff! Feel free to ask any questions you may have.

More information will follow later regarding Mr. Cy Woods ticket sales.

UIL Academic Team

Congratulations to the Cy Woods UIL Academic Team!

The Cy Woods UIL Academic Team won the overall school championship at the Magnolia UIL Invitational B meet this past weekend.

There were over 20 schools present.

Cy Woods had over 80 entries with over 40 students competing!

212 Wildcats!

The UIL District Meet is March 26!  212!

Lady's Soccer

Your lady Wildcat varsity soccer team flooded Lakes with goals in an eight to nothing victory.  Defense kept the shutout in another strong team win. These Cats begin round 2 of district play today against Cy Falls at home. Good luck Soccer!

Your Lady Wildcat JV Soccer team stomped the Spartans with an 8 to zero win. The Wildcats start round 2 of district today against Cy Falls and look to continue their unbeaten streak. 212 Soccer!

JV Boys Soccer

After dropping their opener, the Boys have gone on a 5-game winning streak.  The JV boys have clawed their way into first place halfway through the season.

Great job, JV Boys Soccer!

Horse Judging

On Monday, the horse judging team competed in the San Antonio livestock show and rodeo horse judging contest. Our team placed 3rd overall out of 101 teams from all over Texas. Our 2nd team placed 29th overall. Woods had individuals place 12th and 13th over all.


Congratulations to the Wildcat hockey team for their 5-2 defeat over the Fair-Creek team.

The team travels to College Station this Sunday to take on the Thunder!

Monday, February 14, 2022

Black History Month

A big piece of Cy-Fair ISD history is the Carverdale School which was a school for black students from 1925-1970. It was located where Highway 290 meets Beltway 8. The school first opened in 1925 in a one-room farmhouse that was donated by a German dairy farmer. Teachers were known for encouraging students to attend colleges such as Prairie View A&M University and Texas Southern University after graduation. They were also committed to offering a range of extracurricular activities, including student council, National Honor Society, yearbook staff, Spanish Club, Future Homemakers of America, Future Teachers of America, choir, band, cheerleading, drill team, football, basketball, baseball and track. The Carverdale Cobras clinched two consecutive state basketball titles in 1965 and 1966. The school closed in 1970 after the district was court ordered to desegregate in 1967.

Frederick Douglass "Fritz" Pollard and Bobby Marshall were the first two African American players in the NFL in 1920. Fritz Pollard became the first African American head coach in the National Football League. Pollard went to Brown University, majoring in chemistry and he was the first black football player at Brown University. Pollard later became the first black running back to be named to Walter Camp's All-American team.

Marlin Briscoe was the first African American to start as an American Football League quarterback in 1968 while playing for the Denver Broncos. Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes - are the only two African American quarterbacks in the NFL's 100 year history to outright win the MVP award. Cam Newton was the co-MVP with Peyton Manning.

African American coaches have enjoyed major success in the NFL, most notable when Lovie Smith's Chicago Bears met Tony Dungy's Indianapolis Colts in Miami for Super Bowl XLI. It was the first Super Bowl featuring two Black head coaches, Dungy's Colts defeated Smith's Bears, 29-17, behind a dominant defensive performance. Dungy was the first Black coach to win a Super Bowl and Mike Tomlin became the second after his Steelers topped the Arizona Cardinals just a couple years later in Super Bowl XLIII.

Little known black history fact: Admiral Michelle Janine Howard is a retired United States Navy four star admiral. Howard has achieved many historical firsts throughout her naval career. She was the first African American woman to command a U.S. Navy Ship and the first to achieve two and three star rank. On July 1, 2014, Howard became the first woman to become a U.S. Navy four star admiral. As Vice Chief of Naval Operations, which she began that same day, she was the first African American and the first woman to hold that post. Howard also became the first female four star admiral to command operational forces.


The sub varsity track teams competed at Cy Springs HS.

JV Girls - 1st overall

Freshman Boys - 1st overall

JV Boys - 1st overall

Athletes competed well, Coaches are proud of their performance!

Dual Credit

Wildcats, Dual Credit registration is open. If you are interested in taking a college class on our campus next school year, you must complete a PINK registration form and submit it no later than April 29. Visit with Ms. Pickett in the Counseling Office or Mrs. England in the College and Career Center. Remember, Dual Credit registration requires an extra step - the pink sheet. Start now so you don't miss out on DC classes.

Winter Guard

Cy Woods winter guard competed in the Texas Winter Guard competition at Goose Creek Memorial on Saturday 2/12. Congratulations to JV who took 1st place in their division and Varsity who earned 3rd place in their division.

Y'all make us 212 proud!

Lady's Soccer

Your Lady Wildcat Varsity Soccer team pulverized the panthers a whopping seven goals to none on Friday night. Defense kept the clean sheet with not even a single shot allowed. Our cats are back in action tomorrow against the Spartans. Good Luck Soccer!!

Your Lady Wildcat JV Soccer team continued their winning ways by pummeling the Panthers 5 to zero. Come out tomorrow as we finish our first round of district against Cy Lakes. 212 Soccer!

Weekly Athletics February 14 - 19, 2022


Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Step Team

The Royal Vision Step Team performed at the Stomp Down 2022 Step Show presented by the brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. The team placed third overall and qualified for the National competition in May.

Lady Soccer

It may have been too cold for school, but your lady Wildcat varsity soccer team was out battling the cold and the Cy Ranch ponies on Friday. Our cats came out victorious thanks to a rocket goal.  Defense did great to shut down Ranches speedy forwards and keep the shut out. Our cats are back in action today at home against Cy Park. Today is our teacher appreciation game and we'd like to invite all teachers to come out for the game - this one is for you!

JV begins at 5:30 pm followed by Varsity at 7:30 pm


Congratulations to our varsity boys and girls that qualified for the regional tournament.

Black History Month

Imagine a time period where we would not be able to be coached by Mr. Williams.  55 years ago, that would have been the case. In Brown v. Board of Education, the US Supreme Court ruled unanimously that racial segregation in public schools violated the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution. The 1954 decision declared that separate educational facilities for white and African American students were inherently unequal. Cy-Fair ISD did not desegregate until 1967. Since then, CFISD has grown to be one of the most productive and diverse districts in the state.

Ruby Nell Bridges Hall is an American Civil Rights Activist. At the tender age of six, Ruby Bridges advanced the cause of civil rights in November 1960 when she became the first African American student to integrate an elementary school in the South. Bridges and her mother were escorted to school by four federal marshals during the school year that Bridges attended William Frantz Elementary. That first day, Bridges and her mother spent the entire day in the principal's office; the chaos of the school prevented their moving to the classroom until the second day. Because of the support from our government and all of the people who believed in integration, Ruby Bridges and so many others were able to acquire the same education that was available to all American students.


The Cy Woods Orchestra earned 65 Superior ratings and 13 Excellent ratings at last weekend's UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest.  Our students brought their best to Cy Lakes High School. Congratulations on a 212 performance, orchestra!

Weekly Athletics February 7 - February 12, 2022


Wednesday, February 2, 2022


The Wildcat Mental Health Alliance will be holding its next meeting on Thursday after school in the teaching theater until 4:15 pm. It is not too late to join us in advocating for mental health of Cy Woods. See you tomorrow!

Black History Month

Yesterday began Black History Month and it was created in 1926. Historian Carter G. Woodson announced the second week of February to be "Negro History Week". This week was chosen because it coincided with the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, on February 12 and of Frederick Douglass on February 14, both of which dates, black communities had celebrated together since the late 19th century. It became a month in February 1976. The primary emphasis was placed on encouraging the teaching of the history of African Americans in the nation's public schools.

Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year is one of the most important celebrations of the year among East and Southeast Asian cultures, including Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean communities, among others.  The New Year celebration is usually celebrated for multiple days - not just one day as in Gregorian calendar's New Year. In 2022, Lunar New Year begins on February 1.

The year 2022 is slated to be the year of the water tiger. The water tiger comes up every 60 years. The water tiger is action-oriented and represents strength, bravery and clearing away evil.

Lady Soccer

Your lady Wildcat varsity soccer team was back to their winning ways last night against Langham Creek. Our Cats are back in action against district rivals Cy Ranch on Friday. Good luck soccer!

Your Lady Wildcat JV soccer team won the last 2 games with a combined score of 8 to 1.  Your Lady Wildcats are taking on those pesky ponies down the road on Friday night. 212 Soccer! 

World Read Aloud Day

Today is World Read Aloud Day. For 13 years, World Read Aloud Day has called attention to the importance of sharing stories by challenging participants to grab a book, find an audience and read-aloud! The global effort, created by the non-profit LitWorld and sponsored by Scholastic, is celebrated annually in over 173 countries and is all about bringing people together through the shared connection of reading aloud in all of our communities.

Did you know that our library has a large collection of picture books? Check one out today to read to a younger person in your family or community. Let's celebrate World Read Aloud Day and bring the joy of reading to others!

Friday, January 28, 2022


If you are interested in trying out for Crimson Cadettes for the 2022-2023 school year the tryout packet can be found on schoology. The schoology code can be found on all Crimson Cadette social media sites. Join our schoology course to get all the info on tryouts. Cadette tryouts will be held in March. If you have any questions you can see Mrs. Gregory in the dance room.


Come out and support your Wildcat hockey team this Sunday in Sugarland at 6:40 pm as they take on that pesky team from Memorial West.

Tulsa Welding School

Wildcats, a representative from Tulsa Welding School will be at lunches today.

Stop by and learn about a fast-growing, high paying, hands-on career option that could be the right fit for you.


It was a close one, but last night the bowling team beat Cy Springs 8-5!


The CyFair Educational Foundation Scholarship application will close on Monday, January 31. The application is online at

Don't forget to order your transcript in the Registrar's office and bring Mrs. England a copy of your parent's tax return. See Mrs. England in the College and Career Center if you need more information.

Monday, January 24, 2022


Well done wrestling!

Boys placed 3rd and girls placed 2nd at the Crimson Talon tournament at Katy Tompkins! We had 14 wrestlers place in the top 3 at their respective weight class.

Girls Basketball

The GBB team went over to Bridgeland this past Saturday. The freshman faced the Bears for the 3rd time and battled hard but lost by 1. JV had a tough battle with the Bears and came up short. Varsity was in a dog fight until the end and made some huge free throws down the stretch to WIN the GAME!


Attention all Junior Wildcats: remember to join us tonight in the auditorium for College 101. We have twenty colleges confirmed to be here at 6:30 and the presentation will be at 7 pm. Come to hear about how to finish the school year strong and what you should be doing to prepare for college applications. Hope to see you tonight!

Weekly Athletics January 24-29, 2022


Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Mr. Cy Woods - Date Change

Mr. Cy Woods has been moved to March 25.  More information to come.

Lady's Soccer

This past weekend your lady wildcat varsity soccer team faced off against Houston's top teams in the I-10 shootout. Our ladies knocked off the reigning region 2 champs in penalty kicks thanks to HUGE saves by the goalkeeper. On Friday these Cats took down the reigning Katy ISD district champs in a dominant 4-2 performance. In their final match, our girls fell short to top ranked Ridge Point but they are ready to bounce back tonight against Montgomery in their final match before beginning district next week. Good luck soccer!!

Weekly Athletics January 17-22, 2022


Thursday, January 13, 2022

Blood Drive

The next HOSA blood drive will be held on Friday, January 21st. Students who are 17 or older, weigh at least 110 pounds and have a signed parent permission form may sign up to donate blood during all 4 lunches. You can pick up a permission form from any of the HOSA volunteers during your lunch.

Picture Retakes

Picture Retake Day is Tuesday, January 18

In the Teaching Theater during all lunches

212 Respect Week

Next week from Tuesday, January 18th through Friday, January 21st is our annual 212 Respect Week. We take this time during MLK holiday to demonstrate respect for each other and respect our differences. Our campus is great because our students and staff members are so diverse.

We will show our 212 Respect by doing the following:

  1. Tuesday - Be the Change we Want to See in the World, so wear black and yellow
  2. Wednesday - Multicultural Day, dress up to represent an outside country!
  3. Thursday - Wear Red, White and Blue because we are the United States not the Divided States
  4. Friday - Walk a Mile in Some Else's Shoes, wear your school spirit shirts and Mix Match Shoes


 The WMHA will have its January meeting today after school in the teaching theatre. If you are looking for a club to join and want to help raise awareness for mental health, please come to today's meeting. See you there!

Dual Credit

Are you taking Dual Credit classes? Did you know that your payment for classes was due in December?

Please log in to your MyLonestar account now to check your balance and make sure you are enrolled in the correct courses. You will be dropped from your classes for non-payment, so please visit with Mrs. England or Ms. Pickett if you have questions.


Congratulations to the Wildcat Hockey team on their 7 to 3 victory over the Woodlands this past Friday. 

Come out and support your Wildcats on Sunday, January 30th as they take on the team from Memorial West. Be at the Sugarland Ice rink at 6:40 pm.

AP Exam

AP Exam ordering is OPEN for second semester courses.  These include Economics AP, Government AP and Psychology AP.

Don't wait until the last minute. Be 212 and take care of this now. Regular registration ends at 11:59 pm on Monday, February 7th.

Late registration, which includes an additional $10 per exam fee, ends on Friday, February 11th at 12:01 am.

Remember that registration is a two-step process:

1) Register and request a test through College Board

2) Pay through Total Registration

If you are NOT sitting in an AP class, but want to take an exam, you can register for an EXAM ONLY section. You will need to stop by the Counseling office, prior to registering, for the EXAM ONLY option.

Once registration closes, there is no waitlist. Don't miss out on the opportunity to potentially earn some college credit.

Monday, January 10, 2022

Mr Cy Woods

The 2022 Mr. Cy Woods pageant is right around the corner on February 17th.

Applications for Senior Contestants and Escorts can be picked up and turned into the AP Office or the Finance Office starting today. If you would like to participate in the pageant, please stop by and pick up an application. They are due February 4th with a commitment to the rehearsal dates listed on the form. This is a fun and entertaining event. So, don't miss out Senior Men; step up and make some memories and strut your stuff! Feel free to ask any questions you may have.

More information will follow later regarding Mr. Cy Woods ticket sales.


The Saturday Area band Audition was the final round of auditions for our 21 band members who were competitive for All State. Congratulations to the 5 students who became Texas 6A All State Musicians Saturday.

Congratulations to the 2 who earned All State for their second year and the 1 who earned All State for the 3rd year.

These students are now considered in the top 1% of high school musicians in Texas.

Again, this year the Cypress Woods band has almost as many All State musicians as the rest of CFISD combined and had the 2nd highest number of All Staters in the area.

Congratulations to all of the band members who went to the area audition Saturday and everyone who competed in the region process this year. The staff is very proud of your efforts!


Cypress Woods HS has 3 All State Choir Members!

Saturday auditions were held at the Woodlands High School to select members of the Texas All State choir. This process begins with thousands of students across the state and to be selected you must be in the top 400 singers in the state.

3 Woods students were selected to be in the choir and one was selected as an alternate! 

We are so proud of these four students for all of their hard work and dedication to singing and for representing Cy Woods so well!

Ladies Soccer

Over the weekend, your lady Wildcat soccer team faced off against some of the best teams in Houston. After falling short to Klein on Thursday, our Cats bounced back with a huge win over the 2021 region 3 champs, Memorial High School. A true 212 team effort and goals scored were enough to take down the former state champs. Our Cats are back at it Thursday at their next tourney - GOOD LUCK SOCCER!

Your Lady Wildcat JV team played their tails off in the Grand Oaks Cup last weekend and came out of it with 2 wins over a tough Klein and a feisty Memorial. Your Lady Wildcats look to continue their winning ways this weekend at the I-10 Shootout. 212 Soccer!


Softball tryouts will be January 14th starting at 1:00 pm and January 15th from 9:00 - 2:00 for all girls interested in playing softball. You must pick up a packet from the trainers and have a physical and all paperwork turned in and cleared before tryouts. There is a sign-up sheet on the door of room 3006, 2006 and 2705. If you have any questions, see Coach Bond, Coach Wilson or Coach Vance.

Weekly Athletics January 10-15, 2022


Tuesday, January 4, 2022


Juniors and Seniors Only: If you are interested in taking a class Pass/Fail, please visit our Cy Woods Website to see

  • Classes available for Pass/Fail
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Pass-Fail Application
  • Pass-Fail Worksheet
All applications must be turned into your counselor by Monday, January 10. Signing an acknowledgement page in class does NOT sign you up for Pass/Fail.

Friday, December 17, 2021

POWER of 212

Calling all creative Wildcats! We invite you to enter the POWER of 212 student multimedia competition! Winners can earn some awesome prizes, such as free prom tickets, free lunch from Raising Cane's, discounted items from the spirit store, or free pep rally & sports passes!

For more information, look for a flier around the school, check CWHS social media accounts, or look at your graduating class Schoology page.

All submissions are due by Friday, January 28th, 2022.


Baseball try-outs will be held January 21st, 22nd and 24th. You must pick up a tryout form from Coach Pridgeon in room 2008. Forms MUST be completed and turned in by January 19th if you want to participate. There will be a meeting January 6th immediately after school in the baseball field stands.

Water Polo

Hey Wildcats, did you know that UIL is adding a new sport for the first time in 20 years next year? Well you do now, Water Polo is the newest sport to be added to the UIL lineup! There will be introductory practices led by the captains and alumni of the team over winter break. Show up at the Spillane MS pool from 10-11 am Monday, Dec. 20th through Thursday, Dec. 23. We will be able to teach newcomers, so anyone is welcome. We look forward to seeing you there!

Boys Soccer

Your Wildcat Boys soccer started the year strong at Cy Ridge. The Sophomore team hung 3 goals on the Rams and then held on to win 3-2 despite a fierce rally at the end from Ridge. 

JV played a determined and very physical game but we weren't messing around. 4-nil for the Wildcats.

Varsity went down 2-0 in the first half but roared back to even it up 2-2 in another scrappy, physical match.

Way to start the season off right, boys!

Fino Alla Fine!

Girls Basketball

The Girls Basketball team had a home game this week vs. Bridgeland. The freshman team had a tough battle and lost a close game. JV was in a dog fight as well and came out with a huge victory!

The Varsity game was an intense game as both teams were shooting lights out from the 3 pt line. In the end our Varsity girls finished the job and made some huge free throws down the stretch to win the game 48-45.

Thanks to all the students and staff that attended the game!

Monday, December 6, 2021

Weekly Athletics Week of December 6-11, 2021


Library Closed

The Library will be closed for EOC testing Tuesday through Friday of this week.

Tulsa Welding School

Tulsa Welding School will be making a stop here today during all lunches. This is a good opportunity to ask questions about their programs and compare them to others. Welding skills are in demand and can lead to high paying jobs. Explore your options today.

Step Team

This weekend members of our Royal Vision step team traveled to Dallas to compete in the World of Step "Who Runs the Yard" competition.  They placed 1st in the Co-ed division and had the highest score in the high school division.


Congratulations to the Wildcat hockey team on their 6 to 3 victory over the Bearkats.

Come out this Sunday at 7:05 pm at the Aerodrome as they take on Tomball.

Monday, November 29, 2021

Girl's Golf

If you are interested in trying out for Girls Golf, be sure to sign up by scanning the QR code and filling the information out! Tryout information can be found around the girl's coaches office, room 1105 and the girls locker room area. Tryouts will be December 8th at Cypress Lakes Golf Course! If you have any questions, please email or visit with Coach Cabby.

Canfield Business Honors Program

Attention Seniors! The Canfield Business Honors Program at the University of Texas at Austin is hosting a virtual information session for prospective applicants today at 3 PM. This session is specifically for Cy Woods students and is a great opportunity to learn more about an incredible program. Students will be able to ask questions, receive essay help and meet current students in the CBHP Program. Be on the lookout for a flyer in Schoology! See you there!

Athletics Week of November 29 - December 4, 2021


Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Red Ribbon

Did you know up to 12% of teens meet the criteria of alcohol dependence? Alcohol can be a very dangerous substance and has been proven to increase suicide, homicide and physical violence as well as reduce your awareness and reflexes. It is important to reduce these risks by avoiding consumption of alcohol.


Congratulations to our varsity girls wrestling team placing 2nd at the Big 12 wrestling tournament at Cinco Ranch!

We had one boy place 5th.

Coach Johnson is very proud of the effort everyone gave this weekend!


Congratulations to the Wildcat Hockey team on their 5 to 1 victory over the San Antonio Jr Rampage. 

Come out and support our Wildcats on Friday at 7:05 pm at the Sugarland Ice and Sports Center as we take on Strake Jesuit. Let's get out there and hurt somebody!

Girls Golf

If you are interested in trying out for Girls Golf, be sure to sign up by scanning the QR code and filling the information out! Tryout information can be found around the girl's coaches office, room 1105 and the girls locker room area. Tryouts will be December 8th at Cypress Lakes Golf Course! If you have any questions, please email or visit with Coach Cabby. 

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad had their first competition of the year this past Saturday. They had three placements!

Mrs. Campbell and all of Cy Woods is proud of you and can not wait to see the results of the next competition in January.