Posts tagged as Christian school

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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What’s the Sign?

Posted on April 17th, 2018 by Carolyn Kleefman

After two full years of blended JK/SK kindergarten classes, we continue to hear questions about how the needs of students ranging in age by almost two years are being met by our teachers.  At LHCS we are not content to simply do things the way we’ve always done them.  Instead, we want to foster the […]

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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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