Every year is exciting at HLCS Middle School Campus.
Hope Lutheran Christian School hosts Grades 6 through 8 at our Pitt Meadows campus located at 18477 Old Dewdney Trunk Road. This campus provides ample classrooms, open space for breaks and lunch, and opportunities for students to build relationships during extra-curricular activities.
We seek to develop each student as a child of God who is active in love and growing in their faith in Christ. As students explore the mysteries of the Bible, Hope provides opportunities for them to live out their faith in a variety of service projects. Students are also taught leadership skills and get to serve and minister to the K-5 classes at our HLCS Elementary Campus in Port Coquitlam.
HLCS partners with parents, students and our community to fulfill our mission of “Educating and developing each individual student in a Christ-centered community.”
HLCS MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMPUS STANDS FOR AND PROVIDES:
- A Christ-centered community,
- Training for secondary and post-secondary education,
- Partnering with families in the education of young people,
- A technology based learning environment,
- A caring and loving student body,
- Being socially and environmentally responsible to the school, local and global communities,
- Being locally, nationally, and globally mission focused.
God desires all to come to know Him as their Saviour. The curriculum at Hope supports this teaching, and uses the Bible as the framework for all that is done. Be it Math, English, History, Science, or any other subject, Christ is at the heart of education. At Hope, we will share this message with students each day through a Christian Studies curriculum, as well as life skills training.
Middle School Curriculum
Students at our Middle School Campus are instructed in accordance with the curriculum laid out by the Province of British Columbia. The core courses include English, mathematics, science, social studies, and Christian studies. In addition, students enjoy time spent in electives that cover different areas of applied skills and fine arts.
Each student in Grades 6 and 7 is assigned a school laptop to use and students in Grade 8 have the option of bringing their own laptop from home in order to complete research and assignments. Our school hosts a WiFi network, allowing for online work and collaboration on a regular basis, and uses Google Classroom to communicate with students and share assignments.