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    King's Christian School

    Founding year: 1946
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    Number of students: 0
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Mr. MEL Brandsma (Principal)</li><li><i class="fa fa-venus"></i><b>Gender: </b>Mixed (Co-education)</li><li><i class="fa fa-group"></i><b>Grades or Year Groups: </b>KG to Grade 12</li><li><i class="fa fa-map-pin"></i><b>Postal Code: </b>V1E 1J2
    Number of staff: 0

    King's Christian School is dedicated to providing students with a safe environment that develops academic skills, encourages spiritual growth, celebrates achievements, and nurtures individuality. In addition to academic instruction, KCS teachers are committed to caring for and investing in each child's character and well-being. KCS provides a stable Christian school environment that compliments home and church life, contributing to the whole child's well-being. KCS aims to create an environment where children can learn, explore, and understand this culture through the lens of a biblical worldview.
    Working together with parents, we equip students to make a difference in their local church, community, and the world for Christ. We desire that students are prepared to follow a lifestyle where they serve others, live out their faith, and affect change in those around them. The purpose of the KCS handbooks is to acquaint parents and students with our vision, educational philosophy, and operation principles. We hope that it will answer some of your initial questions. For further information, please contact our school office ([email protected]), and we will be happy to assist you.
    King's Christian School is associated with the Society of Christian Schools in B.C. and Christian Schools International. Our representation to government and society is through the Federation of Independent School Associations. SCHOOL: The purpose of Christian schools is to educate children for a life of obedience to Christ and walk as image-bearers and stewards of His creation.
    Parents hold the primary responsibility for the education of children to whom God has entrusted them. Parents may not revoke that responsibility and give it over to the state but seek to entrust their child's education to King's Christian School, whose vision is Educate for Life in service to God and others. KCS Teachers provide instruction in Christian Day Schools in cooperation with parents. They are responsible to God to give Christian leadership in all aspects of the curriculum and give an example by their conduct.
    Christian Schools organized and administered by legal standards and requirements set by the Department of Education of the Province of British Columbia should be fully recognized in society as free to function according to their principles. King's Christian School seeks to honor God by preparing tomorrow's Christian leaders to serve the Lord Jesus Christ. As a community of Christians, we desire to educate for life. Our mission is to teach students to know God, His Word, and His world, challenging students to excel and serve God and humanity with humility.
    Students in Grades 10-12 are encouraged to participate in the Missions Program at least once in their high-school career. Participating in the Missions Program includes becoming a leader in our KCS community, taking the Missions Elective course, and participating in all elements of preparing and going on the Missions Trip in the Spring.
    Students focus on fundraising for the trip in their Grade 10 year. During this year, fundraising consists of recycling cans/bottles, poinsettia orders, pizza Mondays, and other fundraisers that take place over the year. By the end of Grade 10, students are asked to commit to participating in the Missions program.
    During their Grade 11 year, students focus on preparing mentally and spiritually for the trip. This includes group meetings, ministry planning, researching Guatemala, preparing testimonies, writing sponsor letters, and visiting classes as that particular class' "Missionary" for the year. Students are typically expected to raise $1,000.00 in support for their trip during their Grade 11 year. The remainder of the cost is raised through group fundraising efforts, mainly through our Dessert Auction Evening.
    As part of our culturally expanding interests, King's Christian School has developed a robust Fine Arts Program that includes Drama, Music, and Band. Through our expanding Fine Arts program, we have had the opportunity to send a group to New York City to study drama and music, annually run a small theater production every Spring, send both the band and art students on several trips to study, create and perform across B.C., and display the enormous talent of our students and staff at the annual Fine Arts Evening in the Spring.
    King's Christian School is a Group 1 Independent School that fulfills the Ministry of Education requirements for Independent Schools in British Columbia. KCS is fully certified in delivering educational programs that will meet or exceed the course requirements to receive the Provincial Dogwood Diploma.
    All KCS teachers understand the value of relationships with students and working in a collaborative culture with parents and fellow teachers. We believe that all students can learn at optimum levels if given enough time and support. Furthermore, we value how God has created each student differently, and we work hard to vary our teaching methods accordingly.
    All KCS teachers are certified to teach in the province of British Columbia. They have dedicated Christians, committed to the teaching profession and to helping all students mature in their academic skills, social skills, physical abilities, and Christian lifestyle. KCS offers three levels of education within one dynamic school. King's Christian Preschool offers preschool programming for three and 4-year-old children. The Elementary program at KCS includes Kindergarten to Grade 7 students. Our High School program consists of Grades 8-12 students.
    All KCS teachers have been trained to offer transformational Christian Education through the Teaching for Transformation curricular framework. Teaching for Transformation is a curricular framework that provides teachers with a template to develop a unit from a Christian perspective. This framework is designed to develop authentic and integral Christian learning experiences grounded in a transformational worldview with a focus on the Biblical story.





    Address: King's Christian School, 350B 30th Street NE Salmon Arm, British Columbia, V1E 1J2, Canada

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