Watch Out World… Here comes VCS Grad Class 2016

We are about to send out an outstanding group of young people into the world…  To help capture the thoughts and plans of our grad class we started a new tradition at VCS this year. Enter the 2016 VCS Grad Survey designed to find out where our grade 12’s were planning to go after graduation […]

Highlights from the 2016 VCS Spring FUN-Raiser

  The verdict is in.. The VCS Spring-FUN raiser has been declared a real win for our school community. Great big thank you to all our parent, student & staff volunteers – it wouldn’t have been possible without YOU! Thanks to our special guests Dean McAmmond, Curtis Lazar, Carter Rowney, Leland Irving & Jagger Williamson. […]

Highlights from Intermediate Track & Field 2016

What started off to be a very wet day gradually turned into a stellar day for the 2016 Intermediate Track and Field event. Our students dug deep and gave it their all! A special thank you to parent and SC student volunteers and our staff who helped to make this day grrrreat! Press the arrow […]

Your Donation is the Fuel that will Drive VCS Forward…

  Meet our Am-bus-ador Beckham is in grade one. If you ever get the chance to hear him tell a story about his day he’s guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and warm up your heart.  Once Beckham graduates each one of our staff members will have played a part on the person […]

Value Added… Real World Learning Experiences

Post: Courtesy of Alicia Wielemaker,  VCS Secondary Campus Teacher On April 4th I took my French 8 students to the Maven Lane Learning Centre. Their purpose was to lead French activities they had created for the 2.5 to 5 year-olds preschoolers in the program. Our students found the experience both enriching and engaging. The reward of […]

Life in the Middle

“Having a separate Middle School program is a distinctive feature of VCS,” said Mel Armanini, Secondary Campus Vice Principal. “Within our secondary campus we intentionally created a tailored program to support the learning, emotional and spiritual needs of the dynamic group of students known as middle schoolers.” “We recognize that the transition from elementary to […]