Richmond Christian School
Superintendent: Roger Grose
Grades: Pre-K to 5
Grades: 6 to 8
Grades: 9 to 12
Richmond Christian School is a happy, growing and dynamic school on three campuses; Elementary, Middle and Secondary. With over 900 students, RCS is intentional in "equipping all students to joyfully serve Christ in all aspects of life." Our strong academic program includes a French language study beginning in grade one, Advanced Placement classes at the secondary level, and vibrant arts and athletics programs. Students from preschool through grade twelve are involved in the support of mission programs, both locally and internationally.
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Christian Schools Canada Conference
September 18-20, 2014
with keynote speaker James K.A. Smith
- EDUC 540 OL: Christian Approaches to Teaching and Pedagogy Instructor: Elaine Brouwer | July 2 - August 8
- EDUC 545 OL: Assessing and Evaluating Student Learning Instructor: Elaine Brouwer | July 2 - August 8
- EDUC 569: Curriculum & Pedagogy: Teaching Biblical Studies Instructor: Johanna Campbell | August 18-22
New SCSBC Staff Appointed
Ed Noot comes to SCSBC with 28 years of experience as a teacher and administrator in
BC lower mainland Christian Schools. Ed has a BA in Philosophy from Calvin College
(1984) along with a Masters in Educational Leadership from UBC (2004). He will serve asSCSBC's executive director starting in August 2014.
Darren Spyksma brings 16 years of experience as a teacher and learning leader in schools in almost all regions of the province to his new position as Director of Learning. Darren has a B.Ed. from TWU and is halfway through his Masters in Teacher Leadership from Dordt College.
Greg Gerber brings 14 years of experience as a teacher, administrator and consultant in a variety of BC schools to his new position as Director of Learning (80%). His B.Sc. in Biology is from SFU, his Masters in Educational Leadership from UBC, and he is set to defend his dissertation for his Doctor in Education from SFU this fall.