There was much ado, but certainly not of nothing!  "The play was phenomenal!"  "It was really funny!"  "The actors did an excellent job!"  These were the accolades from our students after watching the Wednesday afternoon drama performance of  Much Ado about Nothing.  If you haven't seen it...

an adaptation of William Shakespeare's romantic comedy presented by our high school students Thursday, April 6, 2017, Friday, April 7, 2017, and Saturday, April 8, 2017 Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and the performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are only $10/adult and $5/senior and child under the age...

Our week began with a devotion led by Harvest Bible Chapel youth pastor, Chris Eelman, challenging our students to live wisely recognizing that our choices matter. Grade 9 Applied Science took part in four field studies at Ojibway Park this Tuesday. They conducted a marsh monitoring survey by...

A crucial time for our budding engineers.  Four of our grade 11 students competed against other area high schools to construct a projectile device to launch a ball at "enemy's walls", represented by a stack of cups.  This Engineering Design Competition was hosted by the University of Windsor...

Congratulations to Alannah Driedger who received the 2017 University of Windsor Faculty of Human Kinetics Book Award on Wednesday!  This award is given to those who are outstanding scholars, have participated in sport, and displayed leadership in extracurricular activities.  Well done Alannah!   Our Grade 8 students experienced...

Last week our senior girls volleyball team became the WECSSAA Champs!  This week they played against Blenheim District High School for the SWOSSAA championship, but were unfortunately defeated.  Congratulations to our girls for an excellent season! The SWOSSAA swim meet was held today and two of our...

The team has arrived home safe and sound. Thank you to everyone for your financial and prayer support....

Today was a day of exploration! We first visited a coffee farm, and then a volcano. At the coffee farm, we learned about the history of coffee in Guatemala. It was interesting, we got to walk through a field full of coffee trees loaded with...

Victory at last! We finally accomplished the strenuous task of moving 2000 cinderblocks up onto the roof of the high school building. What was the saying again? Many hands make light work? Let’s just say that ‘light work’ left out the part about strained muscles...

There is indeed an absence that is felt upstairs in the high school.  We miss our grade 12s!  But their exciting daily updates from Guatemala are helping to fill the void. Read about their adventures and how God is at work!   https://maranathachristian.ca/category/highschool/2017-guatemala/. This morning our grade 8...