Three OCS students will be travelling with a local church group to Pachacutec, Peru this March Break, as part of a partnership with Gamaliel church. They will be approaching this learning opportunity with the following objectives: 1) Running a Vacation Bible School with the church. 2) Continuing to improve connections with the Gamaliel Congregation. 3) […]
The results are in and we are proud to report that the OCS community raised more than $2000 for Sud Academy in this year’s edition of the annual fundraiser. The Grade 8 class raised the most money per student, and was awarded the prize of shaving Mr. Fleming’s head during a special “ceremony” in the […]
Challenge from chapel today for staff and students: When you see a need – meet it. When something needs to be done – do it. Go out and look carefully for opportunities to show your love for Him by helping others. What does this look like: Be kind, not just to your close friends, but […]
Thank-you to all of the volunteers who came out to assist with cleaning, repairs and installations at OCS on Friday Feb 28. We are grateful for our talented volunteers and their willingness to step up and help repair and maintain our school. Stay tuned for the OCS Spring Cleaning Event that is just around the […]
On Tuesday February 25th, the Grade 7 class hosted an Inventors’ Open House to show off their Raspberry Pi inventions. The objective of this PBL unit was to allow students to use computer programming to do some kind of work in the real world. To that end, Mr. Stassen ordered 7 Raspberry Pi computers. He […]
OCS students celebrate Canadian Gold in Women’s Hockey after Marie-Philip Poulin scored in overtime! Way to go, Canadian women!
Intramural handball wrapped up Thursday with an exciting final, in which Team Brazil prevailed to take Gold!
At chapel today, it was announced that we would once again raise funds to help students at Sud Academy in Nairobi, Kenya in February and March. When students buy hotdogs for their Friday lunches during the Fundraiser, half the cost goes to support Sudanese refugees. To make things even more exciting, Mr. Fleming agreed to […]
Mr. Fleming’s Grade 3 class had the pleasure of hosting OCS parent and entrepreneur, Danny Crossman, who stopped by to demonstrate and explain the engineering behind his invention of the Shockbox. Here is some of the feedback from the grade 3 students when they shared their observations from the presentation: I can’t believe that a […]