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Chatham Christian School

School Info.
Time Established:1957
Accreditation:Ontario Ministry of Education Christian Schools International
Type: Canada Local Co-ed Private Day School
Location:Chatham-Kent, Ontario(3 hours’ drive to Toronto)        
Accommodation:Homestay
Grade Setting:K-12 
Average Number for Each Class: 22(K-8); 17(9-12)
Total Enrollment of the Whole School:315
Number of Current International Students:15
Number of Current Chinese Students:5(by Fall 2018)
Faculty-Student Ratio:1:13(K-8); 1:7(9-12)
Education Level of the Faculty:3 with Master’s Degree and 29 with Bachelor’s Degree
Average Years of Teaching Experience: 10
ESL:Lectured by Professional Tutors
Schooling System:Semester
Arrival airport:Pearson International Airport(YYZ, 2.5 hours’ drive from the school)
Official Website:www.chathamchristian.ca 



Buildings & Facilities

School Building, Science Lab, Computer Lab, Small Engines/Woodworking Room, Theatre for Choir, Band and Drama, Large and Double Gym, 

Superiority

Quality Education: small-size class and perfect faculty-student ratio make it possible for each student to receive attention, care and tutoring from their teachers. It’s easier for international students to adapt to new environment quickly and improve their marks by taking ESL course. One of CCS’ teacher received the John Rozema award for excellence in teaching which was a $5,000 award to the school in 2017.


Outstanding Graduates: 100% of its Chinese graduates have been accepted to the university or college of their choice, including University of Waterloo, University of Toronto, McMaster University, New York University, University of Western Ontario, University of British Columbia, etc. Students receive scholarship $10,000 a year dependent on maintaining high grades in university and many other one-time scholarships range $1000 to $5,000.


Excellent Learning Environment: Chatham is a smaller town environment geographically however it is close to larger cities; Windsor, London and Toronto. The teachers and the close knit community make the school very unique. 92% of the population are native English speakers. It’s a perfect place for international students to practice English and get a taste of Canadian culture and life style.


Curriculum

All basic courses required by the Ontario Ministry of Education

A number of University Level/College Level elective courses offered

Language Courses: ESL, French



Overview of Curriculum Setting 



Grade 9



English, Math, Geography, Health and Physical Education, French, Science, Bible, Civics, Civics and Citizenship, Technological Design, Music, Visual Art



Grade 10



English, Math, Career Studies, Bible, Science, Canadian History, Visual Art, Music, Health and Physical Education, French, Transportation Technology, Food and Nutrition



Grade 11-12



English, Mathematics Calculus, Foundations for College Mathematics, Advanced Functions, Calculus and Vectors, Data Management, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Environmental Science, World History, Law, Canadian and World Issues, Music (vocal or instrumental), Health Science, Visual Art, Communications Technology, Cooperation Education, Hospitality and Tourism, Introductory Kinesiology, Recreation and Healthy Active Living Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Technological Design, Custom Woodworking, Computer Science









Activities

AthleticsBasketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Badminton, Curling, Track and Field


ClubsYearbook, Drama, Choir, Band, Praise Team


Graduate Destination


- University of Waterloo

- University of Toronto

- University of Windsor

- McMaster University

- New York University

- University of Western Ontario

- Durham University

- University of British Columbia

- Ontario College of Art and Design University

- Lakehead University

- Wilfred Laurier University

- Trinity Western University

- University of Guelph

- York University

- Trent University

- Centennial College


Tuition and Fess

2019-2020 International Student Total Tuition and FeesCAD$46,090



Including: Tuition, Homestay Charge for Ten Months, Textbooks, Uniform, Registration Fee, Locker, Activity Fee, International Student Service Fee, Transportation Fee, Custodianship Fee, Medical Insurance, etc.



Excluding: students’ personal expenses such as pocket money, communication expense and airfare, etc.


Admissions Requirements

1.Average score of 75% or abov

2.Graduation age limits to 20 years old (including 20)

Location

Location



Chatham-Kent (2016 population 101,647) is a single-tier municipality in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Mostly rural, its population centers are Chatham, Wallaceburg, Tilbury, Blenheim, Ridgetown, Wheatley and Dresden. The current Municipality of Chatham-Kent was created in 1998 by the merger of Kent County and its municipalities.


Chatham–Kent's economy has a base in the agricultural and automotive sectors. The municipality and senior levels of government are keen to promote continuing diversification. The CP railway splits Chatham city in two, and the unstaffed Chatham railway station attends to Via Rail passengers.


There are two Provincial Parks in Chatham-Kent: Rondeau Provincial Park and Wheatley Provincial Park, There is one National Park in Chatham-Kent: Point Pelee National Park. There are also numerous local conservation areas. Downtown Chatham is home to the annual "Retrofest" organized by the Historic Downtown Chatham BIA, in partnership with the Kent Historic Auto Club. Hundreds of classic car enthusiasts travel to downtown Chatham to showcase their classic cars and vintage vehicles.


Getting Around



►6-min drive to Chatham-Kent Community Health Centres

►7-min drive to Downtown Chatham-Kent

►9-min drive to University of Windsor Chatham Campus

►10-min drive to Kingston Park

►11-min drive to SmartCentres Chatham







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