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Taylor Klassen – Local Aspiring Artist

Hope Graduate, Taylor Klassen, completes his dream project – a huge mural that tells Port Coquitlam’s story.



  • Dianne Strandberg / Tri-City News
  • August 18, 2020 at 02:25 PM



Adrian Jackson earned the Golden Boot award for scoring the most goals in U-21 soccer this season.— Image Credit: Tim Fitzgerald

2014 Hope Alumni Scores Big in Soccer

The West Coast FC got five Golden Boots in men’s soccer this year, and the most impressive of the lot was Adrian Jackson – a teenager playing against men for the first time this year. Jackson was the striker for the Under-21 team, new to West Coast this year, and coached by veteran Paul Segovia. The coach knew he had an exceptional talent in Jackson, and they focussed on his finish this season. >> READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE


Corey Myrdal, 2014 Alumni and Valedictorian, as well as the first student to attend HLCS from Kindergarten to Grade 12.Corey Myrdal

After graduating from Hope Lutheran Christian School, I enrolled in the Faculty of Applied Sciences at Simon Fraser University. So far my time at university has been great, I like all my professors and most of my classes are interesting. University is definitely a lot of hard work, but I am confident that I can succeed. Hope Lutheran instilled confidence in me as the school has prepared me well for my studies. University is not a big shock academically, like I expected, and I owe this to the high standards of education that Hope Lutheran provides.

Corey Myrdal, 2014 Alumni and Valedictorian, as well as the first student to attend HLCS from Kindergarten to Grade 12.