Welcome to Fort Saskatchewan Christian School!
Fort Saskatchewan Christian School is a K-9 Christian School, in partnership with Fort Saskatchewan Alliance Church, and an alternative program within Elk Island Public Schools. We seek to provide an excellent education that glorifies God by focusing on three pillars: Prayer, Education and Outreach.
"To assist families by providing students with a Christ-centered, biblically directed education which instills the vision and practice of excellence in academics, moral character and service to others."
If you are interested in having your Kindergarten-aged child attend Fort Saskatchewan Christian School, please complete the ECS Application Form. ECS application forms can be completed and dropped off/emailed to our school office at any time. For more information on Kindergarten programming within EIPS, please click on the image below.
Application for Fort Christian School
Are you interested in having your child(ren) attend Fort Saskatchewan Christian School? For Kindergarten students, please complete the ECS Application Form and for Gr. 1-9 students, please fill out the Gr. 1-9 Application Form. Return forms by e-mail to email@example.com, fax or in person and we will contact you to set up an interview. We are currently accepting applications for the 2017 - 2018 school year.
Parent Engagement Survey
2016–2017 Parent Survey: Results
Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) is committed to ensuring all parents and guardians of students within the Division have a chance to share their thoughts on the overall performance of their school and the Division. One of the ways EIPS ensures its parent’s voices are heard is by conducting an annual parent survey.
In January, the Division invited EIPS families to participate in the 2016–2017 Parent Survey. The survey included 15 questions regarding topics such as the quality of teaching, school leadership, parent engagement and more. The overall response rate was 16 per cent, which included close to 2,700 responses from parents and guardians across the Division.
The feedback gathered will help the Division measure its progress towards meeting the goals and priorities outlined in the EIPS 2015–2018 Three-Year Education Plan and develop strategies to better serve its students and the wider community.
To view the survey results for the entire district, please click on the link below.
To view the survey results for Fort Saskatchewan Christian School, please click on the link below.
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Fort Christian Annual Auction April 21 in Josephburg!
Posted on Mar 13 2017
The Fort Christian Annual Auction is set for Friday, April 21. New this year...the auction will be held at the Moyer Recreation Centre in Josephburg. Please join us for an amazing night of fun and fellowship! Many classes are preparing a special item…
Parent Teacher Interviews - Booking Now Open!
Posted on Mar 6 2017
Parent Teacher Interviews will be on Monday, March 20 and Tuesday, March 21 from 4:00 – 7:30 pm. **New this year for kindergarten and junior high students only, we will have some afternoon interviews available on Friday, March 17. If your schedule…
2017-2018 Re-Registration Information
Posted on Feb 8 2017
A re-registration package will be sent to your e-mail between February 13th & February 17th. This encrypted e-mail will look different than past years as we’ve changed our service provider. This envelope will be valid until February 24th. The cost…
EIPS Students Learn from Scratch
Posted on May 12 2017
Sherwood Park, AB. — Sometimes the best way to learn is to meet, build and share. That’s the premise behind this year’s Scratch Day and Jour du Scratch, two fun-filled days of coding aimed at introducing students to computer-programming.…
EIPS Students turn Real-Life Problems Into “Aha! Moments”
Posted on May 4 2017
Sherwood Park, AB. — With their self-created gadgets and products, market-wise slogans and well-rehearsed elevator pitches, young inventors from Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) are sure to impress at the second annual Invention…
EIPS School Bus Driver Celebrates 45 Years of Wheels Going Round and Round
Posted on May 1 2017
Sherwood Park, AB — When Rick Gabert first drove a school bus, Sherwood Park residents could buy five loaves of bread for $1.00 at the local Safeway, fans watched Paul Henderson score the Summit Series-winning goal against the Russians,…