Chatham Christian School

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Welcome to Chatham Christian School – an exciting place for students from J.K. to grade 12 to learn and be challenged to develop their gifts in a safe and nurturing environment. Our qualified staff are committed to assisting every child reach their God gifted potential in all areas of learning.

 

chatham christian school

475 Keil Drive South
Chatham, ON N7M 6L8
Tel: 519.352.4980

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Leadership Day delivers fun and inspiration

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Chatham Christian School (CCS) hosted its second annual GLOW Grade 8 Leadership Day, welcoming 87 students from seven schools for a day of fun and deep thinking about how to shine within ...

Building a Better Classroom Culture

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When entering the grade six classroom at Chatham Christian School, you might wonder if you’ve mistakenly entered a student lounge, or perhaps an activity room of sorts. Several students are seated on ...

Celebrating God’s Faithfulness

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This year marks another milestone for several Christian schools as they celebrate 40, 50, and 60 years of providing Christ-centered education to students across Ontario. “As we gather to celebrate important milestones such ...

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This week is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Join us Thursday at noon at First Presbyterian Church as our High School praise team leads worship and Grade 12 students Samantha DeGroot and Nate Dam deliver the message. Lunch follows! ... See MoreSee Less

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This week is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Join us Thursday at noon at First Presbyterian Church as our High School praise team leads worship and Grade 12 students Samantha DeGroot and Nate Dam deliver the message. Lunch follows!Image attachment

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Our mid-winter thaw means a pretty wet and muddy playground. Don’t forget rain boots, extra pants and dry socks every day!
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Ready to do laundry?!  😳
Our mid-winter thaw means a pretty wet and muddy playground.  Don’t forget rain boots, extra pants and dry socks every day!

 

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Was praying it was an indoor recess for this very reason 😉

That means that they are enjoying their recess. I wish to do that kind of laundry.

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m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2036850736375770&id=210089599051902Do you remember the questions asked of you on your Grade 12 English exam? If you do, do you remember feeling like you made a difference?

Last night,Grade 12 students from the Chatham Christian School, made a presentation to a panel of judges and to the general public about some of the incredible work being done in our community by nonprofit organizations funded by the local United Way.

Amy Bergsma, a teacher at Chatham Christian High School, partnered with United Way of Chatham-Kent and the Chatham-Kent Nonprofit Network to create a unique opportunity for her students to work on an hands-on experiential learning project in place of their final exam – a project that would raise awareness of charitable programs in Chatham-Kent, encourage volunteerism in youth, allow students to meet Ontario curriculum requirements in a meaningful and purposeful way, all while encouraging a pride in, and love for, Chatham-Kent.

The students each selected a charity to research and their assignment was to publicly present and advocate for funding for each of these charities to a panel of community volunteers. At the end of the presentations, each of the students was assigned a grade and the charity represented by the presenter with the most votes was slated to receive a $5,000 donation – approved by the United Way Board of Directors from their Community Impact Grants.

The winning charity was the Autism Transitional Classroom with Chatham-Kent Children’s Services, based on the presentation that was made by student Patrick Hindmarsh.

“I designed this project to not only matter for Grade 12 marks, but to alter the course of their lives”, said Bergsma. “Imagine the impact of these students having a deeper sense of community, greater capacity for empathy, and the empowerment to know how to step outside of their comfort zones and make change happen.”

The Autism Transitional Classroom is planning on using these funds to purchase enhanced learning materials for their classroom.

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