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COVID-19/Coronavirus and BCS
As a Christian learning community, we certainly value God’s promise to give wisdom to those who diligently seek it.  During times of uncertainty such as these, His Word tells us that He is our Read More
Wednesday, March 18
2020 ACSI Speech Competition
2020 ACSI Speech Competition
On Monday, March 2, seventeen students (Gr. 1-8) travelled to Philopateer Christian School to compete in the annual ACSI Public Speaking Competition. Brampton Christian School placed First over all Read More
Tuesday, March 3
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James Lackey: Junior High Teacher
Stacy Mills: Elementary Teacher
Judith Jacobs: Elementary Teacher
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Teresa Luimes: Junior High Teacher
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Jason Head: Senior High Teacher
Andy Cabral: Principal
Suzette Mclean-Fletcher: Senior High Teacher
Dahlia Botros: Elementary Teacher

20/20 VISION 

A Word from the Principal

If you’re interested in knowing what’s in our “DNA” as a school, a quick look at our Mission Statement will reveal that we are committed to our students’ flourishing in fields beyond just their academics. 

Brampton Christian School exists to provide quality spiritual, academic, physical and social education in a Christ-centred environment.

As a school, we clearly focus many of our resources on our students’ academic growth:  there are components of our program, however, specifically included to address our students’ spiritual, physical, and social growth as well.

As a Christian school, it follows that we seek to be image-bearers of Jesus to our students, and to present as clear a picture of Him as possible, both directly and indirectly. In fact, the school-wide theme for the 2019-2020 school year emphasizes this desire for clarity:

This Year’s Theme:    20/20 Vision

Theme Verse:     And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truthJohn 1:14 

It is our goal to image Jesus to our students in such a way that they understand how much they are loved and valued by the God who created them.  Our hope is that this truth will provide a platform for them in all other areas of their lives, empowering them to navigate their academics, their relationships, their goals and dreams with grace

Andy Cabral - Principal