Guelph Community Christian School

Vision
Our mission is “to nurture, educate and inspire students in Christ-centred learning and serving”.

We are continually seeking ways of putting our mission into practice by using it as a touchstone for reviewing current policies and practices, and for guiding us when making decisions. We make learning real through the use of Project-Based Learning. We teach peace-making through the Restorative Practices model for school relationships. We also put our mission into practice through community service projects like collecting toys for the Salvation Army Toy Drive, collecting food for the Hope House Food Drive, raising funds for the Bracelet of Hope, sorting food at the Speroway warehouse, cleaning neighbourhood parks, planting trees in neighbourhood settings, etc.

JCCSguelph

195 College Ave. W.,
Guelph, ON N1G 1S6
Tel: 519.824.8860

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Teaching Digital Citizenship at GCCS!

On October 11th, 2016 by

There has been an exponential growth in the advancement of educational technology over the past few years. While many of us can remember filling in worksheets at our desk as our teacher ...

GCCS partners to SHINE

On June 9th, 2014 by

Guelph Community Christian School (GCCS) recently joined with Centennial Collegiate and College Heights Secondary to participate in SHINE (Students Helping in Neighbouring Environments). The initiative was inspired by a program based on ...

GCCS parent runs for Arrowsmith

On May 2nd, 2014 by

Guelph Community Christian School (GCCS) parent, George Brattan, will  be running 110 km on May 9th to raise awareness for The Arrowsmith Program. Although Brattan’s son, Kai, is not an Arrowsmith student, the program is ...

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Grade 4 and 5 had fun yesterday at Circle Square Ranch (Brantford). They did an obstacle course, high ropes and horseback riding! ... See MoreSee Less

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Grade 4 and 5 had fun yesterday at Circle Square Ranch (Brantford). They did an obstacle course, high ropes and horseback riding!

SK celebrated 100 days of school yesterday with a big parade with lots of noise! ... See MoreSee Less

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SK celebrated 100 days of school yesterday with a big parade with lots of noise!

Yesterday the grade 6 class walked the grounds of the Arboretum. Students observed new varieties of tree species that we would not easily see otherwise. While on our trip we paused under the Linden tree and gathered around the fountain to read a story called Beneath The Banyan Tree, which reminded us that each person has his or her own story, a unique and beautiful story. As we wrap up the year, we are grateful for the time in which we witness and participate in the unfolding of each other’s story. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Yesterday the grade 6 class walked the grounds of the Arboretum.  Students observed new varieties of tree species that we would not easily see otherwise.  While on our trip we paused under the Linden tree and gathered around the fountain to read a story called Beneath The Banyan Tree, which reminded us that each person has his or her own story, a unique and beautiful story.  As we wrap up the year, we are grateful for the time in which we witness and participate in the unfolding of each other’s story.

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