King Christian School in East Gwillimbury (Newmarket)

Vision
As a vibrant, connected partner in our community, KCS integrates 21st century learning skills, resources and strategies to engage students in a dedicated community.

Mission
At King Christian School, our mission is to equip students to positively impact society through a Christ-centred education in a supported and dedicated community. As a vibrant, connected partner in our community, our vision is to integrate 21st century learning skills, resources and strategies to engage students in a dedicated community.

19740 Bathurst St.,

East Gwillimbury, ON  L9N 0N5

Tel: 905.853.1881

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Class of 2016 Meets Class of 2028

On June 13th, 2016 by

It isn’t often that you see a group of Kindergarten students learning alongside a grade twelve Robotics class. But that’s exactly what happened recently, as students in Stephanie Robinson’s Kindergarten class at ...

73rd Birthday Festivities at King Christian School

On February 16th, 2016 by

  King Christian School in Newmarket recently celebrated their 73rd birthday with their traditional Winter Carnival festivities. The carnival took place on Friday, February 12th.     Despite the cold and wind, students had a great ...

Gleaning in grade 8

On June 20th, 2014 by

This June, the grade 8 class at Holland Marsh District Christian (HMDCS) School spent a day volunteering at Ontario Christian Gleaners, snapping asparagus and washing pails. This isn’t the first time that ...

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The students did so well!To improve assessment and treatment of children at SickKids and across Canada, our students - from the youngest to the oldest - participated in a CALIPER Clinic today. CALIPER is a nation-wide initiative to create an updated database of “pediatric reference intervals” – a range of blood test results obtained from a group of healthy children to determine what is normal when a child with medical concerns is screened for a disease. It was a great service opportunity for our entire student body. There’s definitely power in the blood! ... See MoreSee Less

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To improve assessment and treatment of children at SickKids and across Canada, our students - from the youngest to the oldest - participated in a CALIPER Clinic today. CALIPER is a nation-wide initiative to create an updated database of “pediatric reference intervals” – a range of blood test results obtained from a group of healthy children to determine what is normal when a child with medical concerns is screened for a disease. It was a great service opportunity for our entire student body. There’s definitely power in the blood! ... See MoreSee Less

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To improve assessment and treatment of children at SickKids and across Canada, our students - from the youngest to the oldest - participated in a CALIPER Clinic today.  CALIPER is a nation-wide initiative to create an updated database of “pediatric reference intervals” – a range of blood test results obtained from a group of healthy children to determine what is normal when a child with medical concerns is screened for a disease.  It was a great service opportunity for our entire student body. There’s definitely power in the blood!

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They got on my school bus and were so excited to show off their bandages and teddies!

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Today more than three little kindergarteners built some homes out of wood. They wanted to make safe places for the birds in their neighbourhood to build their nests. Thank you to Home Depot for providing the strong building materials and the amazing parents that stepped in to help make sure these houses couldn't be huffed, puffed or blown down. 🙂 Be sure to come to the Celebration of Learning on May 10th to see how the final products turn out. www.kingchristian.ca ... See MoreSee Less

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Today more than three little kindergarteners built some homes out of wood.  They wanted to make safe places for the birds in their neighbourhood to build their nests.  Thank you to Home Depot for providing the strong building materials and the amazing parents that stepped in to help make sure these houses couldnt be huffed, puffed or blown down. :-)  Be sure to come to the Celebration of Learning on May 10th to see how the final products turn out. www.kingchristian.ca

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