John Lok – K-8 School Principal
- Before moving back to Port Coquitlam in 2016, John spent 15 years in Asia working in Christian non-profit schools first as a teacher and later as a senior administrator. He holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from SFU and a Masters of Education from Newcastle University. John enjoys the outdoors and sports including badminton and volleyball.
Susan Eisner – Elementary Vice-Principal
- Mrs. Eisner has been part of Hope Lutheran Christian School’s learning community since 2002 and has taught grades three, two, and kindergarten. With an endearing love for children and a passion for spreading the Gospel of Jesus, she is committed to providing an education of excellence that honors God and inspires people. Mrs. Eisner enjoys the outdoors especially walking her golden lab, camping, and travelling. She and her husband Mike have three grown sons who each attended Lutheran schools.
Clare Wood – Registrar & Office Manager
- Before becoming part of the staff at Hope Lutheran Christian School in 2005, Mrs. Wood enjoyed being part of the Hope community as a parent of two Hope students and a volunteer. Born in Vancouver, Mrs. Wood grew up in Port Coquitlam and attended UBC to study Urban Land Economics. Using her organizational and management skills in a setting where she can experience God’s grace and mercy both personally and in the lives of the students, parents, and staff has been an incredible blessing for Mrs. Wood. When not helping to keep things running smoothly at the school, Mrs. Wood enjoys reading, taking landscape photos, and throwing the ball for her family dog, Mickey. Mrs. Wood recently got her motorcycle license; both her and her husband are looking forward to exploring more of Canada and the USA on two wheels.
Janice Klassen – Secretary, Port Coquitlam Campus
- Janice and her family moved from Vancouver Island to Port Coquitlam in 2013, with Janice joining the Hope Lutheran staff in the beginning of 2014. She and her husband, enjoy being part of the Hope parent community as well, with their youngest child in attendance at Hope. In the past, Janice has been a Teacher Assistant, a Music for Young Children teacher, and an interior decorator, mixed in with the full time role of being a mother. She enjoys decorating, baking, music and interacting with people.