6th-8th Grade

The Middle School curriculum is designed to build a strong academic foundation that will lead to high school success. We emphasize the core subject areas of mathematics, science, English, history, and Bible. Students explore both fine and performing arts, such as; dramatic, vocal, instrumental, and visual arts.

Our curricular program also includes quarterly electives that are designed to expose students to a variety of career-based and life-skills courses. In addition to our course work, we also provide a wide range of sporting opportunities through our award-winning Athletic Department.

The following Cedar Park Christian School campuses have a Middle School program. Please contact your closest campus for a tour.

Expected Student Outcomes:

students worshipping in the sanctuary

Spiritual Formation

The spiritual goal of CPCS is that students would discern the world’s culture under the loving guidance of our teachers who equip students to address specific challenges with a biblical worldview. Regular discipleship opportunities, weekly chapels, and daily Bible classes all prepare students to serve God while experiencing spiritual growth and opportunities for leadership. It is our greatest joy and privilege to guide students in their faith.

stem based learning

STEM-Based Learning

Our STEM integration allows students to expand their skills in science, technology, engineering, and math. Students engage in hands-on and collaborative activities in science classes and electives. Technology courses give students the opportunity to explore several important topics of computing using their own ideas and creativity to develop an interest in computer science that will foster future endeavors in the field.

students raising hands in class

Leadership Training

At CPCS, leadership training is based on the core belief that every person is created in the image of God and, therefore, possesses a unique set of leadership qualities. In other words, EVERY person is a leader, and CPCS will assist and guide the student in their journey to discover and apply his or her own unique gifts. Servant-leaders are developed in the classroom and extracurricular and campus ministry opportunities.