Welcome from the MLT Administrator

At the Mountlake Terrace Campus we are a ‘faith community’ where our smaller size allows teachers and staff to make a spiritual and academic investment in the lives of our students that is personal. With a student to staff ratio of 10 to 1, we know our students by name and are able to individualize our instruction to adapt to different learning styles. Through our chapel services, athletic programs, extra-curricular opportunities, and smaller class sizes we are committed to helping every student “. . . grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18).

– Al Carpenter, MLT Campus Administrator

Honoring Our 2016 Graduates


The 2015-2016 Graduating class was an exemplary group of young men and women who have excelled academically and grown spiritually throughout their high school career.  Almost all are college bound; one has joined the military to serve our country, and several have been awarded scholarships to prestigious colleges and universities for their academic achievements.  The […]


CPCS Robotics Ranked Top 2% at the F.I.R.S.T. World Championship!


    UPDATE 5/5/2016: Congratulations to the Cedar Park High School Robotics team for their outstanding performance at the World Championship in St. Louis, Missouri last weekend! They ended up ranking in the top 2% of all robotics teams in the world. They were the 2nd  highest ranked team from the Pacific Northwest District. They […]


Earn College Credit in High School!


Once again, Cedar Park Christian Schools has partnered with Northwest Nazarene University to offer college credit for the successful completion of advanced and honors high school courses. On the MLT campus, students enrolled in Honors English 11, Honors English 12, and English 12, College Prep. have the opportunity to take ENG 1020, English Composition, concurrently […]


Concurrent Credit Program – Now with Northwest University


Cedar Park Christian Schools and Northwest University have teamed together to offer concurrent credit to our students. Cedar Park Christian School will be the pilot school for NU’s venture into offering concurrent credit to high school students. Concurrent Credit Programs (CCP) allow students the opportunity to earn credit while attending their regular high school classes. […]