About Community Christian School

Community Christian School is a private/independent, interdenominational, K–8 elementary school, located in Metcalfe - Ottawa, Ontario and has been educating students since 1980. We are conveniently located on a beautiful residential lot in the village of Metcalfe. Come visit or tour our website and learn what is different at a Christian school.

At every level from Kindergarten to Grade 8, enrolment at Community Christian School means a strong academic education, and a solid foundation for life. In a world that is constantly changing, students at Community Christian School (CCS) learn from a basis of unchanging principles that reinforce Christian character.

 

School History

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The Community Christian School Association was formed on March 2, 1979. As a group of concerned Christians from Metcalfe and district, we believe that it is our responsibility to ensure that our children are educated from a Christian perspective. To satisfy this concern, we opened a Christian day school, controlled and financed by association members, in September 1980. Then in September 1985, a new four classroom school was opened on Glen Street in Metcalfe, Ontario. Due to increased enrolment in the fall of 2002, the association started the first phase of an expansion which included a 2,300 square foot addition, providing another classroom, a computer lab, and much needed storage space. In the summer of 2005 the last phase of our expansion brought a multi-purpose facility, including a gymnasium, a servery, a new library, change rooms and new offices for the principal and secretary.

An elected board and a comprehensive committee structure is set up comprised of parents and members of the school association. This gives all association members the opportunity to work with Christian educators to prepare our children to take their places in society equipped for a life of Christian service and witness. We are thankful to God who is continuing to guide that development of our facilities, organizational structure and educational program.

Anyone who agrees with the Constitution may apply for membership in the Association. Prospective members are alerted to the fact that membership entails obligations as well as rights. The active and prayerful support of members and associate members is essential to the success of the Association and the school.

 

Quick Facts

  • Serving JK to Grade 8
  • Featuring a low student to teacher ratio
  • Educating the whole child
  • Curriculum taught from a Christian worldview
  • Accredited and dedicated teachers
  • Core French
  • Member of the Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools