Welcome To Cedar Park Christian Schools

It is a pleasure for me to extend a personal welcome to our Cedar Park Christian Schools website. The school is a ministry of Cedar Park Assembly of God in Bothell, WA.

We believe Cedar Park Christian Schools to be one of the finest Christian school districts in America.  The subtle but definite difference in Cedar Park Christian Schools from many other schools is not what is said or printed, but is in the actions, conduct, and achievements of staff and students.

Cedar Park Christian Schools are committed to several basic and profoundly important principles we believe are distinctly critical, yet absent or minimized in today’s education culture.  The primary basic tenet is teaching from a Biblical worldview in which every aspect of education is screened through the filter of God’s word. Equally important is hiring teachers who are called by Christ to teach young people and who attempt to live their lives in accordance with His purpose for them. And finally, teaching from a personal perspective which establishes and affirms faith, encourages growth, and provides worthy role models for youth.  We believe in partnering with parents to help students grow into competent, assured people who understand that they have purpose in life.

The purpose of this website is to be an information resource in giving visitors a small snapshot of Cedar Park Christian Schools. This website provides updated information about many aspects of the schools from academics to events, activities, and athletics. I encourage you to browse and view the different aspects of the schools which are available to you.  My hope is you can sense the honor and blessings apparent and available through the ministries of Cedar Park Christian Schools.

Thanks for visiting our site.


Clint Behrends, Superintendent, Cedar Park Christian Schools


Alumni Updates

Chris Yang – CPCS Class of 2014
Now SPU Award-Winning Photographer

When junior Chris Yang got his hands on his first Canon Rebel T3i in high school, he says, “a whole new world opened up.” At SPU, Chris didn’t see room in his class schedule for photography courses. So he talked to editors of The Falcon and began capturing art gallery openings, plays, and speakers behind a podium.

“In order to get the best picture of someone, you always have to build a connection,” he says. His photo of civil rights advocate John Perkins speaking on campus won a Society of Professional Journalists award. Although Chris plans to be a doctor, not a professional photographer, he says the connection he’s learned to make with his subjects will make him a better physician one day.

– Julia Siemens, SPU