If you’ve been wondering if the Bothell campus of Cedar Park Christian School is the right fit for your family, please visit us February 3 at 7:00pm. At our Open House and Campus Preview, you’ll have the opportunity to meet our wonderful teachers, visit their classrooms and tour our great campus.
You’ll meet our campus administrators, Adam Lynch, Katie Goldsmith and Garron Smith, who will share the Cedar Park Christian Schools vision and what makes us so unique in today’s educational environment. Not your typical private school, Cedar Park Christian prides itself on providing a distinctly Christian education that is much different than other Christian schools you may be considering.
Please plan on joining us February 3, or call us at (425) 488-9778 with your questions. God has great plans for your children – Cedar Park Christian Schools wants to come alongside you for the journey.
In this edition of Community Connections, Bothell Campus Administrator Garron Smith talks with Marni Drechsel. Marni is responsible for Student Services, the high school library, and Samantha and Trey Drechsel.
Marni shares the challenges that parents of outstanding athletes face as well as the decisions that her family have made in order to keep Christ first.
A few weekends ago, more than twenty Cedar Park juniors braved the weather to meet at Bob’s Corn Maze for their annual autumn bonding event. Little did they know they’d be caught up in a maze …as well as the “Storm of the Globe” as quoted by the weather man on the car radio! […]
The Cedar Park Christian Volleyball team is ranked #1 in the state heading into the State Tournament this Friday and Saturday at the Sun Dome in Yakima. http://blogs.seattletimes.com/highschoolsports/2014/11/10/final-coaches-state-volleyball-rankings-for-2a-1a-2b-1b/ The Eagles play Seattle Christian Friday morning at 8:00AM. The entire tournament bracket can be found at www.wiaa.com
The Cedar Park Christian School fourth graders had a fantastic time on their recent field trip to the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma. They inspected rocks and minerals, sat in a covered wagon, explored a coal mine, visited a plank house, viewed a movie about the Columbia River, examined Native American baskets and tools, […]