• Why Christian School?

  • We believe that children should learn about the world God has created for us from a faith based perspective. This includes using the word of God in everyday teaching, and those teachers being Christian role models. This will help equip our children to be responsible disciples of Jesus Christ.
  • Who sends their children to LCS? Do I have to belong to a certain religion to send my children?

  • The families at Listowel Christian School come from many different denominations and churches in the local area. The school community includes Christian parents who wish to ensure that what is taught in their homes is supported by what is taught in everyday school life and church.
  • Do you have a dress code? Do students wear uniforms?

  • We do have guidelines for how children should dress (found in the parent handbook) but we currently do not have uniforms.
  • Does the school provide transportation?

  • Busing is included in the tuition fees. Routes will change from year to year, if you have specific questions about your area please contact the school principal.
  • Are the school facilities available for rent?

  • The gym area is available for rent. This includes kitchen facilities as well as tables & chairs. This could be for family functions, sporting events or special meetings. Please contact the school to see if your date is available.
  • Does the school offer any extracurricular activities?

  • There are a variety of extracurricular activities and events such as Battle of the Books, art club, skating, team events and more. There is also the opportunity for private music lessons offered at the school facilities.
  • Do you offer full-time kindergarten?

  • Currently we offer Junior Kindergarten which meets every Tuesday and Thursday. Senior Kindergarten meets every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
  • Does the school offer special education program(s)?

  • We do ongoing testing and assessments to identify if a child requires additional support. This can be in the form of small group in-class as well as one-on-one support with a Resource teacher. If a further need is identified while monitoring a student’s progress there is also the possibility of additional programs such as NILD, ILS & IEPs. For more information on these programs please contact the school.
  • How do parents stay informed of school activities?

  • There are a variety of ways that we try to keep parents and the school community informed of both everyday activities as well as special events. This includes a school calendar of events for an overview of upcoming activities. We also publish a weekly newsletter called the Weekly Messenger where general school news and updates from the classrooms are available. This is sent home with the children and posted online. You can also find information on our Facebook page.