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April 2020 Curbside Meals

April Curbside Meal Menu

Curbside meals continue at Cedars International Academy Crowley Campus. Click here for April's menu.

We Are A Community Of Learners

Cedars International Academy Schools are open enrollment, tuition-free public charter schools serving grades PreK – 12th. We are a small community of teachers, staff, and families committed to preparing children for the future. With high academic expectations, we build on the strengths of each child.
 
Our Mission Statement: Cedars International Academy Schools inspire and nurture a child’s natural love for learning. We do this by providing a safe, supportive social and academic community where children are given the resources and opportunities to reach their full potential as they grow to be life-long learners.
 
Our Vision: All children can and will learn in the village we build through community, communication, continuity, and commitment.

Upcoming Events

Mother's Day

Time: 8 AM
Location: Bring mom flowers

About Us

  • 96% Student Attendance Rate
  • 14:1 Student Teacher Ratio
  • transcripts46% Teachers With Advanced College Degrees (Masters or Higher)
  • 100% Dedicated to Project Based Learning

What People Are Saying...

High School @ ROPES Course
I love that they have “houses” like in Harry Potter. It builds community. They care just as much (if not more) about social-emotional learning than test scores and academics. They are raising great citizens and compassionate people.

Parent On GreatSchools.org

Ms. Hernandez's Class
What a joyful and safe community for my child and our family to belong to! The teachers know all the students and care about teaching and nurturing the whole child.

Rebecca M. (Parent On Yelp)

Cedars Students Team Building Exercise
All the teachers and staff are friendly and helpful. Two of my children went from average to honor roll students. I think this is because of the smaller class sizes -- it's hard for them to slip through the cracks like in overcrowded public schools.

Parent On Niche.com