OUR PARTNERS

we value our partners and the impact they have had in making the residency all that it is today.

The Society of Christian Schools in British Columbia is a collaboration of visionary leaders and educators who strive to provide educational excellence to children in BC through independent schools.  SCSBC is a not-for-profit organization funded by its member schools.  We work collegially with a variety of non-member school and affiliated organizations, national and internationally, as we engage with the leading edge of best educational thought and practices.

The Center for the Advancement of Christian Education (CACE) is a vision of the Sid & Carol Verdoorn Foundation, Dordt University, and Christian school thought leaders from around the world. Our reason for being is to walk alongside Christian schools who are committed to teaching from a Biblical perspective. We exist for the sustainability, improvement, innovation, advocacy, and promotion of Christian education at all levels of learning.

Christian Educators of British Columbia (CEBC) is a service organization formed to support the varied needs of Christian teachers, and those serving in the fields of educational support, English language learning, early learning, and library services in communities across the province. We focus on promoting professional development, providing educational resources, advocating for our educators in matters employment issues and conflicts, and representing the educator’s voice in decision making arenas across BC and Canada.

As an institution of higher education committed to the Reformed Christian perspective, Dordt equips students, alumni, and the broader community to work effectively toward Christ-centered renewal in all aspects of contemporary life.

The Institute for Christian Studies is an interdisciplinary graduate school where the gospel’s message of renewal shapes our pursuit of wisdom and scholars focus on the intersection of Reformational philosophy and contemporary scholarship and society.

EduDeo Ministries believes education rooted in the Gospel is the best way to bring about whole-life transformation for children and their communities. We exist to advance Christ-centred education for children in the majority world.

Engaging minds, nurturing hearts, shaping God’s world.

The vision of ACS is to be a vibrant school that is an adaptive and innovative leader in education, inspiring courageous Christ-like learners to magnify community impact.  

 
 

We desire to foster fellowship among education leaders, to consider what God is calling us to do in education, to shape a faithful response in our schools with a Biblical worldview and to relay relevant information to Christian school leaders. Our primary tool for implementing this mission is planning conferences in the fall and spring of each year that meet these goals. We also work on initiatives like the new employment contracts published by the Society of Christian Schools in British Columbia, the leadership certificate, new programs and visits to principals in need of encouragement.

The Academy is an intensive, challenging, and rewarding Professional Development opportunity. The Academy is a one week summer session for educators and school leaders who desire to further their understanding and development in Project Based Learning.