Who is Cypress Adventist School?
Does one have to be an Adventist to enroll a student at Cypress School? The answer is NO.
In recent years about 40% of our students come from belief systems other than Adventist. We believe that Gods love extends to all of his children and that his family on earth is made up of a large tent of people.
We feel that the most significant measure of spirituality is found in how we treat each other. We believe that personal spirituality and values are best expressed in behaviors and actions. While we don’t hide the unique things that make us Adventist, we dont believe in forcing others to believe the way that we do.
Our religious values and Biblecurriculum are centered in the historic Judeo-Christian faith tradition found in the Scriptures. Students in lower grades study Bible heroes and learn Bible memory verses. Upper grade religion classes focus on a literature-based approach to studying the Bible. Students study both Old and New Testament Bible Books and themes in their whole literary context.
Visitors to our campus often comment on the diversity of our student population. We are indeed a global community. It infuses our school family with an exposure to and an appreciation of the diversity in our world.
After-school soccer is available rain or shine on Mondays from 3 to 4.
After-school care is provided by our Pre-K teacher, CheVon Bell. She graduated from Western Michigan University with a B.A. in Elementary Education and a specialization in Early Childhood Education.
- If you know you will be using after school care on a regular basis, sign your student up for the hours you plan to use it. If it is every day, or just one day a week.Â Students who are signed up ahead of time will be charged a $5/hour rate. To participate at this lower rate, sign up needs to happen the week prior to your scheduled time and use of the program must happen at least once a week.
- Drop-in. We all know that sometime you need an extra hour in your day. Drop-in care is for those days. Our drop-in rate is $7.50 an hour.
Cypress School operates a 12 passenger van that provides limited bus service from Northgate along the I-5 corridor. There is an extra charge and usually a waiting list for this limited service.
We are excited to pursue the acquisition of a second bus for the 2017-2018 school year.
Our bus drivers must pass a full, professional background and driving screening.
What Cypress Offers
- Brand new Chromebook computers
- 4 in the K-1 room
- 8 in the 2-4 room
- One computer per student in the 5-8 room
- Science Emphasis (S.T.E.M.)
- Access to 3-D printer (grades 5-8)
- 4 Clay Projects as part of our Art program (we have our own kiln!)
- Rosario Outdoor Field School (grades 5-8)
- PUD/Edmonds Park classes
- Mileage Club
We seek to provide a well-rounded educational experience that includes God, study, art, music, athletics and diversity. Cypress is not just a school, we’re a family!
Half-day Pre-K Full-day Kindergarten 1-8th grades
Office Hours: 8am-3pm Every Weekday
- 21500 Cypress Way, Ste A
- Lynnwood, WA 98036
- Classes – 8:30am-3pm
- Pre-k – 8:30am-11:30am
Grades 5-8 and Head Teacher
Kindergarten & 1st Grade
How to Get Enrolled!
- Pre-K – $100 per student
- K-8 – $400 per student ($625 per family)
- Pre-K – $250/month (M, W, F)
- K (full-day) to 8 – Variable
Additional Fees (per student)
- Technology: $60
- Yearbook: $15
- Supply Fee: $30 (K-3)
- Outdoor School: $150 (Gr. 6-8)
- Bus: $1250 per year (Limited to I-5/Hwy 99 Seattle corridor. There is a waiting list)
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Our finance staff is committed to finding ways for any student that wants to be at Cypress School to be here. If you’re not sure how you can afford tuition, schedule an appointment and we’ll see what we can do.