Thank you for your interest in Cedar Park Christian Schools. The Lynnwood campus looks forward to sharing with you what make us so special. This website offers you an oppportunity to view faculty and staff and to learn more about our Christian worldview curriculum.
The start of another great year was celebrated at our annual Back to School Nacho Night! Teachers and staff enjoyed the opportunity to visit with you about our school and your child’s classroom. We are excited about the work and successes before us and look forward to working alongside our parent community to provide our students a second to none experience.
Kind, dedicated, faithful, passionate, for your child, for your family, smaller classes, families and teachers who work as a team but not exclusive in any way.
We joined the school in 2014 with a kindergartener and a 4th grade student . All of the above and more we have found to be true at this school. We were welcomed by everyone! This school is about family and working for the best for your family . We found the teachers to be pursuing excellence in their teaching and expectations of our children, but taught with love and patience. It’s our joy to have our children’s education take place at the Lynnwood Campus of Cedar Park.
At an awards ceremony on the Lynnwood Campus, Jenny Murphy was recognized for her spirit of volunteerism. Mrs. Murphy, mother of three, is known for her faithfulness and dedication to the school. She is always willing to assist, whether it is taking part in fundraisers and fields trips, or by helping out in the classroom. Cedar Park thanks her for her of gift of time and many talents!
What’s more fun than making more friends? The first graders have been writing letters to their pen friends at the Cedar Park Mill Creek campus since January, which has really helped them to not only hone their writing skills, but to learn about letter etiquette. This is the fourth year the two first grade classes have participated in the pen pal project, and it’s always a huge hit!
Every spring second graders participate in the Flat Stanley Project in the library! After we read “Flat Stanley” by Jeff Brown we color a Flat Stanley, mail him, and wait to get him back with news of his travels! Some of our Flat Stanley’s have been as far away as Japan! Click here to watch […]