Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review
6950 W Fish Lake Rd Maple Grove MN 55311 USA
Cedarcrest Academy's mission is to provide the educational base and personal character skills required to prepare our young people to be moral, spiritual and civic leaders for the 21st century and beyond. The school will challenge its students to strive for and achieve real excellence in academics and co-curricular. Most fundamentally, we aim to help our students discover and develop their talents. Our hope is that they will use these talents to serve their communities and build an increasingly well adjusted, mutually supportive society. Cedarcrest Academy will strive to establish a socio-economic mix that reflects the diversity of our community. To enable this commitment to accessibility, the school will secure additional funding to ensure a genuinely diverse student body. A cornerstone of Cedarcrest’s mission is to maintain its affordability and its accessibility for all those wishing to attend the school.
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This school is amazing! Small class sizes, great academics, above average test scores and a wonderful family feel. The best decision my husband and I made was to send our children to Cedarcrest Academy. The academic and spiritual formation that our children are receiving is incredible. The mission of this school is not just words on a piece of paper...they are striving to achieve it every day with every child. The school encourages parent participation in both children's events and adult events. We have a lot of fun families...families that I would love my children to grow up around. The teachers are incredible too. They want to be there and they want to teach and inspire our kids to be the best they can be. It is a great school!
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Build a campus on it's already purchased land and be able to enhance its current programs and add new ones along with more extracurricular activities.
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