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Our Faith

Lynnwood Elementary

Cedar Park Christian Schools mission is to partner with families in educating the whole person to glorify God transforming the hearts and minds of children in a decidedly Christian community. We believe that every committed Christian is “in process” of being transformed by the Holy Spirit to become like Christ in thought, word and deed.  This spiritual formation is a “relational process” that is facilitated by teachers who lead by example, coach, mentor and pray for students. Teachers and coaches inspire students to be “transformed by the renewing of their minds” as they study, participate in athletics and chapel services, and serve their communities in practical ways. Our prayer is that students will discover and follow God's will for their lives by becoming committed disciples of Jesus Christ, who influence future generations, and the world.

Our core values are: spiritual formation, academic excellence and Godly relationships. We strive to provide students with an education founded on a Christian Worldview that has the truth of scripture at its cornerstone. Students are instructed in character education and Biblical truths through their daily Bible classes, through our strong Biblical Worldview Curriculum that is faith based throughout every subject, through our community involvement that requires every classroom to participate in a community outreach project and through weekly chapel services.

Our school day begins with prayer as a school community as well as participating in calendar events such as "See You At The Pole" and "National Day of Prayer." Our teachers are committed to teaching our students God's truth in all subject matters from a Biblical worldview.  Speaking life and truth into the lives of our students, our teachers desire that each student would accept Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior, thereby growing in character and actions that reflect that worldview.  Teachers meet daily to pray for the school and its needs before starting each day. Your child will be taught by teachers who truly love and care for them.

Lynnwood Secondary

We believe that every committed Christian is “in process” of being transformed by the Holy Spirit to become like Christ in thought, word and deed.  This spiritual formation is a “relational process” that is facilitated by teachers who lead by example, coach, mentor and pray for students. Teachers and coaches inspire students to be “transformed by the renewing of their minds” as they study, participate in athletics and chapel services, and serve their communities in practical ways. Our prayer is that students will discover and follow God's will for their lives by becoming committed disciples of Jesus Christ, who influence future generations, and the world.