College Prep

In addition to our core courses, students have the opportunity to participate in College prep and Honors Curriculum. The College and Career Office will work with every student to ensure they take advantage of every opportunity for maximum success. Our curriculum is designed to meet the most unique and rigorous college admissions requirements, so every student can pursue a college admission that best fits their goals. We also help support our students for academic success throughout their high school career.

The higher grades of the secondary school build upon the sound spiritual and academic foundations that were developed during the elementary and early secondary school years. The instructional program is amplified through practical opportunities for the development of leadership, service, special interests, and academic enrichment through student organizations and sports teams. We are proud of the academic achievements of our students, and the 100% college acceptance rate and above-average scholarship earnings each graduating class has maintained.

Oh, The Places We Go

Each year, we host a number of college representatives on our campus. 9th through 12th grade students have the opportunity to meet with representatives, attend presentations, learn about the college admissions process, and browse a variety of schools. Our favorite thing is to discover that a CPCS grad is thoroughly enjoying the school of their choice, making friends, pursuing academic and co-curricular interests, and learning more about themselves every day.

“…you have brains in your head, you have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who will decide where to go…”

– Dr. Seuss, Oh! The Places You’ll Go!

female student graduating

Twenty-four credits are required for graduation. Minimum requirements for the College Prep Diploma include:

Bible 2.5 credits
English 4 credits
Math 3 credits
Social Studies 3 credits
Science 3 credits
Fine Arts 2 credits
Occupational Electives 1 credit
Physical Education 1.5 credits
Health 0.5 credit
Foreign Language 2 credits
Electives 1.5 credits

English Honors : Grades 10, 11, 12
Algebra II Honors
Algebra III/Trig Honors
PreCalculus Honors
Calculus Honors

All secondary grades are based on an A to F, 4.0 scale. Honors course grades are not weighted. Cedar Park Christian School 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.

Class of 2021 G.P.A. Profile

GPA Students Percentage
3.98- 4.0 3 4.8%
3.75-3.97 12 19.35%
3.50-3.74 12 19.35%
3.25-3.49 15 24.19%
3.00-3.24 7 11.29%
2.75-2.99 10 16.13%
2.50-2.74 1 1.61%
2.25-2.49 1 1.61%
Below 2.24 1 1.61%
Students: 62
Average GPA (as of June 2021): 3.37

At CPCS, our commitment to prepare our students for university studies includes preparing them for standardized tests such as the SAT, PSAT, and ACT. Career Tests available: ASVAB and Career Direct. When pursuing college scholarships or university acceptance, we understand how crucial a couple of points on these tests can be.

Mean Test Scores State of Washington Cedar Park Christian School
Year 2021 19-20′ 20-21′
Mean Total Score 1073 1182 1179
ERW Score Evidenced Based Rading & Writing 539 592 586
Match Score 534 590 593


8 National Merit Commended Scholars
Five National Merit Finalists
Two National Hispanic Program Scholar Finalists
Four Washington Scholars
9th Place in FIRST Robotics League World Championships

CPCS Facts:

  • 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 a STEM Emphasis that can be applied to College Prep or College Prep with Honors. Students meet specific criteria above and beyond the State’s requirements for the last three diplomas listed.
  • The course sequence of Algebra 1 through Algebra 3/Trigonometry includes Geometry at each level.


To schedule an appointment with one of our career and college counselors, please contact them using the info below.

Bothell Campus

Amber Lont
Last Names: A-L
Phone(425) 488-9778

Bothell Campus

Justina Wilcox
Last Names: M-Z
Phone(425) 488-9778

Lynnwood Campus

Jamie Brown
Phone: (425) 774-7773