Posts tagged as Christ-centered education

Persevering With Deeper Learning Despite Pandemic

Posted on November 16th, 2020 by Carolyn Kleefman

Prior to March Break, the Grade 3A class embarked on an ambitious social studies project.  As they learned fascinating information about the civilization of ancient Rome, each student was given the opportunity to research a topic of personal interest, become experts and then present it to peers in the form of a newscast. Miss Pauls […]

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Good Things in Small Sizes

Posted on June 11th, 2019 by Carolyn Kleefman

At Laurentian Hills Christian School we believe that just as our values and curriculum are to be thoroughly biblical, we are called to excellence in education. One way we demonstrate that commitment is through reasonable class sizes. As LHCS continues to grow our enrollment we are regularly evaluating what contributes to that excellence. Our dedication […]

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Raising Up Daniels In A Babylonian World

Posted on February 7th, 2018 by Carolyn Kleefman

This is a guest post from current LHCS parent Jennifer Willcock. As my husband’s been speaking on Daniel the last couple of weekends, I’ve been reminded how relevant Daniel still is in 2018.  Mark’s tagline the first week was: “When we stand firm, we will stand out; and God will help us stand up!” Automatically […]

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A Pregnant Opportunity

Posted on December 20th, 2016 by Carolyn Kleefman

With a vision to having our students intentionally engage God’s world, locally and globally, every class at LHCS participates in a service project during the school year.  This opportunity is meaningful to the students and encourages them to selflessly think of the needs of others. In November our Grade 6B class learned about an organization […]

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Self-Selected Seating

Posted on December 6th, 2016 by Carolyn Kleefman

One aspect of our mission at LHCS is to “advance dynamic, excellent Christ-centered education through unconstrained facilities”.  This foundational understanding is demonstrated in alternative seating in the grade 1/2 class. Mrs. Caroline VanDonkelaar has been teaching elementary school students for 8 years, and has met many wiggly bodies.  “Not every student can work well in […]

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