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Giving Tuesday & Worship Night

 Mark your calendars because #GivingTuesday is just around the corner! On November 28th, join us in the global movement of generosity and worship night at the Benvoulin Campus, starting at 7 pm. 🌱 What is #GivingTuesday? It's a day to give back, celebrate generosity, and make a positive impact. Whether it's your time, skills, or financial supp...

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Beyond the Bus - The IMPACT of Transportation at KCS

The Lord will keep your going out and your coming in from this time forth and forevermore. Psalm 121:8  Children love the classic family road trip, eagerly anticipating the time together well in advance. Family stories of a classic family road trip are shared for generations. School road trips can offer the same shared experience with more stu...

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KCS Fall Community Event

KCS is excited to host a fall community event for all our families! Join us on Thursday, October 19th, from 3:30-6:00 p.m. at the Lakeshore Campus (4091 Lakeshore Rd). There will be bouncy houses, face painting, pumpkins to decorate or launch across the field with Mr. Sader. The gym will be open for older students to use. There will be opportunitie...

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Remembrance Day Contest Winners

Congratulations to all KCS students who won awards for their entries in the Royal Canadian Legion's Remembrance Day contest! Elementary, Middle, and High School Students created art, writing, and video to honour veterans, and their works were submitted to the Legion in November. KCS had 19 winners, out of the 39 winners in Kelowna. Six of our 1st P...

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Cross Country team running strong!

For the first time in KCS history, the Middle & High School Cross Country team attended the BC Christian Schools Cross Country Provincial Championship in Fort Langley. After a five-hour journey to the event, our 22 runners placed second overall in team points, missing the provincial banner by 5 points to a fierce White Rock Christian team....

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Sara Hendren Updates

November 1, 2022   KCS is continuing to share the link that the Bridge Church has set up to provide financial help for the Hendren family. Thank you for your generosity! From Amber 3 months. 3 months since I've heard her sweet words and felt her tight hug. Doctors say it's not likely we will ever have these things again. But I think she w...

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30 Ways to Participate on National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

Kelowna Christian School wants to acknowledge the significance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, on September 30th there will be no classes and the school will be closed. KCS wants to provide 30 resources and ideas on ways to engage your family in learning and growing towards reconciliation on Sept 30th.  We have compiled a lis...

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A Liturgy Before Mourning with Those Who Mourn

"Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn." Romans 12:15 Kelowna Christian will be spending the next few days recognizing and sharing resources ahead of the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation on September 30th. Please spend time interacting with the "A Liturgy Before Mourning with Those Who Mourn" from the book Every Moment ...

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WHY CHRISTIAN EDUCATION?

 SUMMER MUSINGS Not surprisingly, as Head of School, I frequently get asked the question: "Why KCS?"Often the question is posed in the context of a conversation with a potential family. Really it's a version of the broader question of "Why this school?" - as opposed to "that" school. Mostly commonly (at least in my conversations) "that" school...

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Teaching Principles

 Kelowna Christian exists to educate and inspire our students so that they can be effective, active and engaged servants of Jesus - both in their life at school and in their lives beyond school. How does our mission meet the classroom and the broader educational life of the school?The KCS Design Principles for Teaching and Learning are simple ...

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