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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Canada Studies End in Birthday Celebration

On June 21st, 2017 by

For the past number of years, the primary division at Calvin Christian School in Hamilton has spent the first two weeks of June learning about Canada. The students always look forward to ...

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 ...

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Grade 6A studied the book 'Underground to Canada' by Barbra Smucker. We were so convicted by the slave trade that we decided to create a museum to better understand where slavery came from, how the underground railroad worked, and who were some significant people in history connected to the underground railway. Today we were working on the 3D portion of the project. ... See MoreSee Less

10 hours ago

Grade two enjoys learning to read and write during Daily 5. When you practice reading with a friend you become more fluent. When you listen to a story you can improve your expression. Practicing words on the white board improves your spelling. Keep reading grade 2! ... See MoreSee Less

12 hours ago

In their Historical Communities unit, grade three students have been learning how the Indigenous Peoples helped the early European pioneers adjust to their new surroundings.

They taught them the following things: 1) to use snowshoes when travelling during the winter, 2) how to find and use natural medicines, 3) the many useful ways of using corn and how to grow it, 4) how to preserve meat to prepare for winter, 5 & 6) gathering and making maple syrup and honey, 7) how to use different materials to make clothing, and 8) how to build a birch bark canoe.

The students thoroughly enjoyed the activities and treats at each of the centres.
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2 days ago

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