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Posted on Nov 1, 2017

November 2017 News and Events

November 2017 News and Events

For the Love of Your Child

SCSBC is producing a high-quality inspirational promotional video that our schools will be able to use to help prospective families understand the “why” of Christian education and allow them to see how God is shaping the hearts and lives of students through learning in a Christian context. Busy and exciting filming days have been hosted by several SCSBC schools.

Welcome New Members

SCSBC has had the privilege of welcoming three new member schools in 2017.

Lighthouse Christian Academy from Kindergarten through Grade 12.
1289 Parkdale Drive, Victoria

Partnering with parents, we aim for a daily walk with God, strong moral standards, and achieving our personal best. Dream. Believe. Learn. Achieve.

Kootenay Christian Academy from PreK through Grade 9
1200 Kootenay Street North, Cranbrook

The vision of Kootenay Christian Academy is to enable all students to achieve their maximum potential in a secure and respectful learning environment where students are challenged to explore God, His Creation, and their place in it. “Christ Above All”

Kamloops Christian School from PreK through Grade 12
750 Cottonwood Avenue, Kamloops

Christ-centred, Bible-based education that nurtures academic potential, moral character, a Christian worldview, and commitment to serving God and others.

Regional Principals Meetings 2017

Ed Noot, Greg Gerber and Darren Spyksma were joined by newest SCSBC staff member Tracey Yan for this fall’s round of regional principals meetings to provide administrators with updates on current educational, governance and finance issues, as well as opportunities to network. Host schools Unity Christian in Chilliwack (Upper Fraser Valley region), Nanaimo Christian (Vancouver Island region), Cloverdale Christian (Greater Vancouver region), Kelowna Christian (Okanagan region) and Houston Christian (Northern region) rolled out the red carpet with school tours, delicious food, and great facilities. SCSBC staff also took the opportunity to meet with learning leaders, board members, and business managers while on the road.

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