CPC Alum Included in London’s National Portrait Gallery

Becky Orcutt (CPC Graduate class of 2011) was one of 55 artists chosen to be included in the 2015 BP portrait award exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery In London. A total of 2,748 portraits from a record 92 countries were submitted. The Portrait Award, now in its thirty-sixth year at the National Portrait Gallery […]

2015 FRC World Championship Curie Division Finalist medal

The Tough Road to World Championships Pays off For Team Captain

Kayla Boller, a senior at Cedar Park Christian, just got back from the FIRST Robotics World Championship in St. Louis, Missouri. The team won Finalist Award (Silver Medal) in the Curie Division, which was the highest achievement by all of the 152 PNW teams at this year’s championship. The team is ranked in the top […]


International Potluck Out of this World!

The World Language Department had their second annual International Potluck on October 21st, 2014. It was a smashing success! More than ninety-five families showed up, creating a crowd of over two hundred and an incredible number of international dishes. The dishes included Italian pasta, Japanese vegetarian sushi, Chinese fried rice and noodles, Norwegian cakes, Spanish […]


Bothell Art Students Create Auction Treasures

Over the summer, several high school students were challenged to take an art concept learned in class and apply it to an object instead of paper. Several white porcelain piggy banks were donated to the art department and given to Alli Hishikawa (10th), Ellie Hitchcock (10th), Rachel Kudlacz (10th), and Nikki Baker (12th) to Zentangle […]


CPC Football Wins Off the Field

Last night all the senior players, along with Coach Benzel and myself (and Mr. Winter who drove us), had dinner at the local fire station with 10 fire fighters and their Chief. I have done this tradition with the seniors on my football teams since the year after 9/11 happened.  It has become a staple […]


CPC Takes Player Safety to Next Level

As more and more is discovered about brain function and brain injury, the issue of player safety for all sports is on the minds of parents and administrators alike at Cedar Park Christian School. With the financial backing of committed CPCS parents and boosters, the school has addressed the issue of safety for football players […]

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CPC Students Aid Royal Family Kids Camp

I’ve been involved in this wonderful ministry now for six years both financially and as a counselor. The campers who attend this camp are foster kids and typically come from severe life situations including physical, mental, and sexual abuse. These are kids that are not allowed to attend the typical summertime camps offered to so […]