Laurentian Hills Christian School

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Our mission is to offer dynamic, excellent Christ-centered education that cultivates responsive disciples of Christ.

Laurentian Hills Christian School

11 Laurentian Dr.
Kitchener, ON N2E 1C1
Tel: 519.576.6700

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Gingerbread Man Hunt at Laurentian Hills

On September 19th, 2016 by

The first day of school is filled with all kinds of emotions for students, especially those who are entering kindergarten for the very first time. To ease her new kindergarten students into their ...

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 ...

Moving Forward with MAP

On June 9th, 2015 by

If this year’s Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test spring trial, organized by the Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools (OACS), proved anything, it’s that educators and principals within the OACS community want ...

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Save the Date!
On Saturday, April 22nd, LHCS is hosting the annual Spring Auction! The Silent Auction begins at 5:30, and the Live Auction, featuring the talented Calvin Jutzi of Jutzi & Associates, begins at 7pm.
Invite a friend, and plan to join us.
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2 days ago

Wondering if you can cook a hotdog in winter using solar power? Need to find out which soil will grow your plants better? Our grade seven and eight students are here to help. Answers to these questions and more led the students through the scientific process in challenging ways. Each student was then visited by three of our 30 volunteer judges and given the chance to explain their experiment and their findings. Later in the day, the younger students visited in order to learn and ask questions. All together the science fair was a wonderful educational opportunity. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Wondering if you can cook a hotdog in winter using solar power?  Need to find out which soil will grow your plants better?  Our grade seven and eight students are here to help.  Answers to these questions and more led the students through the scientific process in challenging ways.  Each student was then visited by three of our 30 volunteer judges and given the chance to explain their experiment and their findings. Later in the day, the younger students visited in order to learn and ask questions.  All together the science fair was a wonderful educational opportunity.

Earlier in March our girls' and boys' basketball teams had their one-day tournaments. Mr. Kooy and Mrs. VanZwol, our coaches, worked hard with the talented students to prepare cohesive teams, and were thrilled with the results. The boys played well and won the consolation championship, and the girls battled hard to finish second. Thank you to the coaches for your time, and the parents for your support. Well done, LHCS Lions! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Earlier in March our girls and boys basketball teams had their one-day tournaments.  Mr. Kooy and Mrs. VanZwol, our coaches, worked hard with the talented students to prepare cohesive teams, and were thrilled with the results.  The boys played well and won the consolation championship, and the girls battled hard to finish second.  Thank you to the coaches for your time, and the parents for your support.  Well done, LHCS Lions!

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