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Someone Needs To Be First

Someone Needs To Be First

by Darren Spyksma, SCSBC Director of Learning ◊ I received my first “D” from Harro Van Brummelen. I was taking an Introduction to Curriculum Studies course at Trinity...

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A Season of Change

A Season of Change

by John Vanderhoek, SCSBC Education Coordinator (1986 – 1997) ◊ In 1989, the newly elected Social Credit government decided to review education in the province of BC....

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Our Successes Are Not Our Own

Our Successes Are Not Our Own

by Lee Hollaar, SCSBC Coordinator / Director (1989 – 2003) ◊ The word evolution can evoke shades of grey in our minds. However, in the case of the development of the...

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Growing and Flourishing

Growing and Flourishing

by Henry Contant, SCSBC Executive Director (2003 – 2015) ◊ In my continuing role working with Christian school leaders, I am frequently asked, “What do I need to do to...

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Bill C-4: Opportunity or Threat?

Bill C-4: Opportunity or Threat?

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ In December 2021, the Members of Canada’s Parliament unanimously consented to a motion to ban conversion therapy in Canada....

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Cultivating Civic Trust

Cultivating Civic Trust

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director  ◊ How is it that graduates of Christian schools are more likely to believe that general society is hostile to their views? What...

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Humility, Hospitality, Hope

Humility, Hospitality, Hope

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ “God’s faithful presence in our community while addressing the social issues of our time.” Christian schools continue to refine...

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Being Christian

Being Christian

Rowan Williams suggests that those who claim to follow Christ should embrace these three key roles as they seek to live in service to Him: Prophet, Priest, and King....

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