Calvin Christian School

Vision
Calvin Christian School’s vision is that all God’s children are “thoroughly equipped for every good work.” 2 Timothy 3:17.

Mission
To partner with Christian parents and churches to prepare a generation to shine for Him.

Cornerstone
“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.” (Colossians 3:23)

Calvin Christian School

547 West 5th St.
Hamilton, ON L9C 3P7
Tel: 905.388.2645

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2016 Special Education and Library Conferences

On October 17th, 2016 by

  Twenty-five librarians and almost a hundred Special Education teachers from Christian schools across the province gathered at the Cambridge Hotel and Conference Centre last week to participate in one of two engaging events ...

Kindergarten Teachers: Leaders in Inquiry-Based Learning

On September 6th, 2016 by

The first day of school is always exciting for students, teachers, and parents. Many of us can still remember the energy and nervousness that we felt as we walked through the doors ...

Warming Heads and Hearts: CCS Students Knit Hats for McMaster Newborns

On May 30th, 2016 by

Twenty-seven students in grade 6 at Calvin Christian School (CCS) in Hamilton formed a knitting club this past year, and recently they chose to use their knowledge of knitting to make a ...

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The students from Grade 6 were excited to share their knowledge of invasive species with visitors at the RBG this afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less

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The students from Grade 6 were excited to share their knowledge of invasive species with visitors at the RBG this afternoon.

7A enjoyed a visit from Mrs. Hosmar (Mr. Hosmar's mom) in our history class today. She is a former teacher who has written a number of historical novels. Students are about to embark on researching and crafting their own historical stories in order to make Canadian history come alive. Mrs. Hosmar inspired us by sharing tips and pointers on how to get started with crafting historical fiction and then gave students a chance to put their skills into action. Thank you, Mrs. Hosmar! ... See MoreSee Less

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7A enjoyed a visit from Mrs. Hosmar  (Mr. Hosmars mom) in our history class today. She is a former teacher who has written a number of historical novels. Students are about to embark on researching and crafting their own historical stories in order to make Canadian history come alive. Mrs. Hosmar inspired us by sharing tips and pointers on how to get started with crafting historical fiction and then gave students a chance to put their skills into action. Thank you, Mrs. Hosmar!

Grade 5 has been working on building structures in our science class. Our driving question has been how can we create a structure strong enough to withstand a natural disaster. ... See MoreSee Less

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Grade 5 has been working on building  structures in our science class. Our driving question has been how can we create a structure strong enough to withstand a natural disaster.

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