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Meet Our Staff
Felix Suangco: Custodian
John Miller: Vice Principal
Dahlia Botros: Elementary Teacher
Stephanie Doggart: Elementary Teacher
Michael Grabham: Senior High Teacher
Annette Cabral: Junior High Teacher
Sharon Challenger: Educational Resource Teacher
Suzette Mclean-Fletcher: Senior High Teacher
Alwina Suangco: Custodian
Jehan Buscarino: Elementary Teacher
Lesli Kennedy
Beth Bramer: Elementary Teacher
Andy Cabral: Principal
Jason Murray: Senior High Teacher
Glen Heslinga: Junior High Teacher

A Word from the Principal

Now in our 45th year,  Brampton Christian School has an explicit mission to go beyond excellent academics and to provide quality social, physical, and spiritual education to our students. 

We work with our parents to build a firm foundation for our students, so that when the world seems to threaten harm, they can continue growing with confidence, connected to something infinitely bigger than themselves—the love of God through Jesus Christ.    

Our theme verse for this year is from Paul’s letter to the Christians in Rome:

The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of his being, sustaining all things by his powerful word.”  Romans 12:21

Just as Christ is the “exact representation” of the Father, we, as Christians, are called to reflect Jesus to our world.  In this ongoing context of pandemic fears, racial inequity, and the need for reconciliation throughout our culture, our world is certainly in need of people who will reflect Jesus.  We pray for guidance and prepare earnestly to engage our students, empowering them to process, to express, and ultimately, to flourish!

We are excited about the 2021-2022 school year ahead!


Andy Cabral