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

CPCS Robotics Won Silver 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 […]


CPCS MLT Student Named The Herald “Super Kid”


Nick Muir was recently honored as a “Super Kid” in the Herald Net news. Cedar Park Christian School Mountlake Terrace Senior student Nick Muir is planning to become a veterinarian, and is preparing for pre-vet studies at Washington State University where he has been accepted into the honors program. Nick is a 4.0 student and […]


Mark Riise Serves as a House Page


Freshman Mark Riise spent the week of mid-winter break, February 15-19, 2016, serving as a House Page in Olympia. A Page helps various House Representatives while they are in legislative session.  One task a Page does is to pass out bills on the House floor that later will be voted upon. It is a special […]


Online Re-enrollment is Open


  Online re-enrollment is open for the 2016-2017 school year. PLEASE READ THROUGH THIS INFORMATION CAREFULLY AS WE ARE ATTEMPTING TO COMMUNICATE AS MANY DETAILS AS POSSIBLE TO MAKE THE PROCESS AS SMOOTH AS POSSIBLE.  Be sure to see the “Helpful Hints” section below.  We thank you in advance for your patience and grace as we […]


Alexander Peterson Awarded Four Congressional Awards


Last month, Alexander Peterson was awarded a total of four Congressional Awards for his public service in the state and strong example for youth in nutritional standards, cultural experience, and personal development. In 2014, Alexander founded his own non-profit, known as the Autism Music Program (AMP), to teach children with developmental disabilities beginner instruments. The […]