Special Events

Harvest Day

Harvest day is a tradition which students have participated in for more than 30 years. This special day is a time of giving, when we deliver baskets of fresh produce and other items to the local community.

Students have the opportunity to interact with people in the community as they drop off food baskets to local residents of a seniors home, and deliver non-perishable items to the local food bank. This event teaches students to look outside their own lives to help others in need.

“It is more blessed to give than to receive.”

- Acts 20:35

Grandparent Day

Each spring, a special day is set aside to recognize the important role which grandparents play in our students’ lives. This day provides an opportunity for grandparents to visit with their grandchildren in the classroom, enjoy a presentation by the students, and be served a luncheon put on by the school. This day is a favourite of students, staff, and grandparents alike!


Every year, the students and staff put on a musical production for families to enjoy. The event includes acting, singing, choreographed dance, and a Bible-based message. It allows students to showcase their talents while learning valuable lessons in teamwork and collaboration.

Fine Arts Festival

As a means to encourage students to honour God with the work of their hands and express their creativity, a fine arts festival is held every year. Students create works of art for this event both individually, and as part of the student body, which are then displayed and celebrated by the school community.

Public Speaking

Students in all the grades have the opportunity to do an oral presentation during our annual Speech Meet. Students in Kindergarten to Grade 4 present a poem or scripture passage, while Grades 5 to 8 have the opportunity to write and present their own speeches or Bible stories. Some students go on to be entered into an area-wide competition at the ACSI Public Speaking Festival.

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