ACSI Math Olympics + CPCS = Winners!

MathOlympics2015The results are in from the ACSI Math Olympics.  Cedar Park Christian students won many ribbons, including four first place awards in 5th & 7th grade Computation, and 7th & 8th grade Reasoning.  In addition to stimulating an interest in mathematics and recognizing the achievements of students, the Math Olympics offer students an opportunity to meet and fellowship with other mathematics oriented students, and to glorify God in the use of their mathematical abilities beyond the classroom.  The annual Math Olympics was hosted by Northshore Christian Academy in Everett.

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.


Becky Orcutt’s “What Now?”

The Portrait Award, now in its thirty-sixth year at the National Portrait Gallery and twenty-sixth year of sponsorship by BP, is the most prestigious portrait painting competition in the world. With a first prize of £30,000, and a total prize fund of £61,000, the Award is aimed at encouraging artists to focus upon and develop portraiture in their work. The competition is open to everyone aged 18 and over. The BP Portrait Award has been called the Oscars of portrait painting.

An exhibition of 55 portraits will go on display at the National Portrait Gallery in London between 18 June and 20 September. The exhibition will then go on tour to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh (10 October – 28 February, 2016) and the Ulster Museum, Belfast (March – June, 2016).

Fishing for Good Fiction?


Swim on over to our Book Fair Under the Sea Monday, May 4th – Tuesday, May 12th 8:15 am – 3:30 pm in the elementary library, A206-207. We are also open during Elementary Spring Concerts May 5th and 12th 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. Fish for good fiction, or catch some drawing and craft ideas […]

The Tough Road to World Championships Pays off For Team Captain

2015 FRC World Championship Curie Division Finalist medal

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 […]