Written by Mr. Triemstra, on March 26, 2021 Why Christian Education – Part 1 Over the next month or two I will be writing a blog series explaining the rationale for Christian education from my perspective. There are, no doubt, many ways to approach this subject but I think it is helpful to see the rationale by thinking about what … Read More
Ottawa Christian School is seeking qualified applicants for possible openings for teaching positions at various levels. If you love Christ and his children, are a qualified teacher and are interested in being part of a dynamic team of educators we look forward to hearing from you. For more information about the positions or to send your resume and a statement … Read More
Brent van Staalduinen began attending OCS in 1982 (Grade 3) and graduated in 1989. One of the highlights for him was sports. Mr. Milliquette, the Phys Ed teacher and a former player for the Montréal Alouettes, would take the boys to the nearby community ice rink in the winters to play hockey – this was the highlight of the week … Read More
Mrs. Naftel, VP/Learning Resource Teacher Watch this short video to see what we have planned for March Unbreak.
Mr. Triemstra, Principal In this video Mr. Triemstra highlights March Unbreak, road construction and the March board meeting. Last, but definitely not least, he also gives a big THANK YOU to Mrs. MacFie, who has been serving as our librarian for almost 20 years!
Written by Mr. Triemstra, on February 19, 2021 Deuteronomy and Christian Education Deuteronomy is a passionate book. We don’t often think of the Pentateuch that way, but Deuteronomy is Moses’ extended and passionate plea for the recently forged people of Israel to remember the great deeds of their God and their Redeemer and to remember his law which is a … Read More
Mr. Triemstra, Principal, on January 22, 2021 In this update Paul Triemstra, Principal, encourages us that he is praying for us daily. He also reminds us of Romans 8:28 which says, “In All things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Paul encourages us to reflect on how God … Read More