Founded in 1982, the mission of Cedar Park Christian Schools is to prepare young men and women academically, spiritually, and emotionally to lead productive lives in society in a manner that glorifies the Lord Jesus Christ. Cedar Park Christian Schools is approved by the State of Washington and is accredited by AdvancED, The National Council for Private School Accreditation (NCPSA), and The Association of Christian Teachers and Schools (ACTS). Cedar Park Christian Schools meets all requirements mandated by the State of Washington.
Cedar Park Christian Schools is open to all children without regard to race, sex, color, disability or national origin. The school complies with all federal and state disability laws (as applicable to the school), and will make reasonable accommodations to otherwise qualified applicants. The school cannot guarantee a student's eligibility for continued enrollment after his or her initial admittance to the school. The school reserves the right to select students based on its own criteria of spiritual commitment, academic performance, and personal qualifications including a willingness to cooperate with the school administration and to abide by its policies and regulations.
Secondary students are required to complete 65 hours of community service by the end of their senior year.
Calculation of GPA
All secondary grades are based on an A to F, 4.0 scale. Honors course grades are not weighted. Cedar Park Christian Schools does calculate rank and transcripts do include a cumulative GPA. The academic year is divided into two semesters; each semester course earns 0.5 credit.
Independent Study/Home School
CPCS provides limited financial aid to those in need. Please see https://www.cpcsschools.com/admissions/aid for more information.
Please see https://www.cpcsschools.com/admissions/international-students for more information.
Fine Arts Programs
- Jazz Band
- Symphony Band
Concurrent Credit Courses (college courses)
6 courses offered
Limited bus transportation from Bellevue and Monroe to the Bothell Campus
Educational therapy program offered
Service & Missions
Opportunities to serve locally & globally
Twenty-four credits are required for graduation. Minimum requirements for the College Prep Diploma include:
|Math (through Alg 2)
|Social Studies||3 credits|
|Fine Arts||2 credits|
|Occupational Electives||1 credit|
|Foreign Language||2.0 credits|
|Other Electives||1.5 credits|
English Honors: Grades 10, 11, 12
Algebra II Honors
Algebra III/Trig Honors
Class of 2017 G.P.A. Profile
GPA Students Percentage
3.98-4.0 4 5%
3.75-3.97 10 13%
3.50-3.74 12 15%
3.25-3.49 26 33%
3.00-3.24 11 14%
2.75-2.99 3 4%
2.50-2.74 6 8%
2.25-2.49 5 6%
Below 2.24 2 2%
Student Total: 79
Average GPA (as of June 2016): 3.19
- 98% of our students plan on a post-secondary education
- We offer four different types of diplomas: General, College Prep, College Prep with Honors, and STEM. Students meet specific criteria above and beyond the State's requirements for the last three diplomas.
Four National Merit Finalists
Two National Hispanic Program Scholar Finalists
Four Washington Scholars
9th Place in FIRST Robotics League 2015 World Championships
High School Sports
CPCS is a member of the Cascade league
12 Sr High 10 Jr High sports teams
3 state championships
Fully accredited with The Association of Christian Schools International, the Association of Christian Teachers and Schools and Northwest Association of Accredited Schools grades K though 12
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