Cypress Adventist School
- Grades: Prekindergarten-8
- Enrollment: 54 students
- Yearly Tuition: $6,000
- Acceptance rate: 99%
- Average class size: 12 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
- Source: Verified school update
School Membership(s)School Assoc.
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 29%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
Average Class Size
Classroom Dress Code
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
Variable tuition. $6000/year is the *maximum*
National avg.: 85%
- Small class sizes with loving, attentive teachers
- Science/Art Emphasis (S.T.E.A.M.)
- Project-based learning
- Music: choir, chimes, ukulele
- Lego Robotics (grades 5-8)
- Cooking, Sewing, Gardening, Hen-raising, Economics
Source: Verified school update
I am in love with working at Cypress Adventist School! The staff is caring and close knit; the students are happy and well-behaved, the academic standard is excellent, and the school is centered around God's love for us. I especially love being able to bring practical education into my curriculum with projects like chicken husbandry, gardening, sewing, cooking, and LEGO robotics among others. With not more than 12 students in each classroom, I am able to tailor each student's program to fit their needs. And each student has a computer! What a wonderful place for children to learn and grow. I feel so blessed to be here.
Cypress Adventist School is an Excellent School just the perfect place for my Pre-K daughter to begin her Education journey in an Adventist school. The teachers give personalized attention to the children. I had an opportunity to witness a wonderful Christmas concert by the students a testimony of the many skills the taught alongside academics. It's an All rounded program
Cypress SDA is an excellent school with happy children, dedicated teachers and high academic expectations. It's much more affordable than most other private schools, too.
My first-grader is in his second year at Cypress. We moved here mid-year when he was in Kindergarten. We liked this school so much, we intentionally rented a home nearby. The teachers are loving and the small classes are the perfect environment for my sometimes-timid boy. Not only has he flourished with reading (something that was a little bit of a struggle) and math (his favorite subject), but ALL lower elementary students are learning to play the VIOLIN! As he gets older he will have the opportunity to join both the chime and bell choirs. The Cypress music program is tops. My son really enjoys the weekly chapel programs and often comes home singing the praise songs he's learned. The facilities are spacious with a large playground, ball field, and gym. Free after-school soccer was a great bonus during the fall season. Student fitness is encouraged with an ongoing walking program and participation in the President's Fitness Challenge. Students are also involved in community service with various collections (food, holiday gifts, coats, blankets, etc.), walk-a-thons, and opportunities for older students to particpate in hands-on service. And this is the most AFFORDABLE private Christian school in the area. I would highly recommend Cypress Adventist for any parent looking for a safe, nurturing Christian environment.
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