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Elementary Volunteer of the Year

CPCS parent and volunteer Stacie Blosser blesses our elementary and middle schools in many areas.  Stacie leads the First LEGO League robotics program, teaches Balametrics, tutors, assists with 6th grade Art Docent classes, helps coach the MS Cross Country Team, assists teachers in the classroom by grading papers, and helps out with special events including […]

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High School Biology Students Ready for Advanced Science

  Students at Cedar Park Christian School have enjoyed a fabulous year delving deep into God’s magnificent creations. From studies on cellular processes, genetics, biotechnology, bacteria and viruses, plant processes, invertebrate and mammal studies to ecology, tenth graders are receiving a science curriculum in biology that is laying a strong foundation for future studies in […]

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Toga Party! Freshman Students End Their School Year with a Bang!

To celebrate the survival of their first year of high school as well as the completion of their first Shakespearean play, Julius Caesar, Mrs. Kragerud and a group of super parents (with very minimal help from Ms. Chang!) planned a toga party for our young Thespians! This Toga Party included Little “Caesar’s” Pizza, “Caesar” Salad, Orange […]

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Jr First Lego League

Kindergarten through third grade students learn design, teamwork, and problem solving skills in Jr. First Lego League.  Teams begin in the fall, parents and grandparents are encouraged to coach a team.  Contact Julie in  the elementary office to learn more.  Pictured below is our first Jr FLL team, the CPCS Eaglebots, who studied Tsunamis and focused on preparedness.  […]

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Holocaust Art Contest Winners

Congratulations to 6th graders Rylee and Korrina, who won 1st and 2nd places in the Washington State Holocaust Resource Center’s annual art contest.  Korrina’s sculpture, pictured above: Irena Sendler always thought she wasn’t doing enough to help those around her. First she started just caring for the sick. Then a Jewish mother begged Irena to take […]

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WestFest is a-comin’!

Cedar Park Christian School’s annual West Fest Carnival will take place from 3:15-6:30pm on Friday, May 30th, 2014 in the Bothell campus high school parking lot.   There will be music, food, games, and prizes for the entire family.  Come dressed like a cowboy or cowgirl, and don’t forget your hat and boots! Pre-sale tickets are […]

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Chris Yang Chosen Student of the Month

  L-R: Daniel McCarter, owner of Woodinville Martial Arts and Sponsor of the Student of the Month; Garron Smith, High School Principal of Cedar Park Christian School, April Student of the Month Christopher Yang, and Dave Witt, Executive Director for the Greater Woodinville Chamber of Commerce.  

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Eagles play for back-to-back Baseball Tri-District Championships

After going 14-0 in Nisqually League play and successfully defending their league championshp, the CPC Eagles baseball team plays again this year for the Tri-District Championship against South Whidbey at Sehome HS on Saturday, May 17th at 1:00 PM. Coach Stevens’ team is ready for the challenge and looks forward to the State Regional playoffs at a […]

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‘Go For Goal’ Soccer Camps this summer

Former UW soccer player and CPC Mountlake Terrace Campus Coach/Teacher Perry Travis is conducting boys soccer camps on the Bothell campus this summer. Camp weeks are June 23-26, July 7-10, and August 11-14. Sessions include JH Varsity/Select Prep (9-11AM) HS Varsity/Select Prep (11:15-1:15PM) Individual Training (1:30-2:30PM). For more information download the brochure, or contact Perry […]

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Learning Made Fun!

It’s a fact – kids learn better when materials are applicable and when they’re having fun. Cedar Park teachers are constantly considering ways to make their contents more engaging by infusing elements of “edutainment” (education + entertainment). When students are having fun, they’ll remember the experience. Learning can be about play!   Pictured above: Sophomores […]