KCS: AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR CHILD´S FUTURE

Many prospective families find it helpful to book a school tour before beginning the application process. If you would like to book a tour or are interested in receiving more information about KCS, please contact the school office at: 250-832-5200 or email info@kingschristianschool.com

Our application process:

1. Submit an application for each child applying to the school.  We process applications beginning on March 1st for the upcoming school year. Complete applications must include the following:

Kindergarten

Grades 1-7

Grades 8-12

2. Once the complete application is received by the school, a member of the Administration will contact you to set up a time for learning a assessment. This assessment is simply a snapshot of where your child is at in a variety of areas to ensure success as they enter KCS.

3. After learning assessment has been completed, the school will contact you to set up a meeting with your family and KCS Administration.


Some criteria we use in assessing capacities for enrolment

  • Class size & composition
  • Children of KCS Staff
  • Sibling of current KCS students
  • Staffing model – teaching and educational support staff
  • Student support needs
  • Facility & resource limitations
  • Families transferring from another Christian school
  • Families applying for all or some children

About the wait list

A spot on the wait list may be offered when a student/family has successfully completed the application process, but placement is not available in their specific grade. A student will remain on the wait list for the applicable year, and the family will be contacted if a space becomes available. All families still on the wait list upon the next school year’s application intake will be invited to roll over their applications for the next school year. After one application roll over a new application will be required to ensure all information is current.


Resources (PDF Downloads)


For the Love of Your Child – Is an informational video, produced by the Society of Christian Schools in British Columbia, which addresses questions such as “why Christian education?” and “how is a Christian school different?”.