School Life



Cambridge Christian School provides an outstanding array of activities and programming that helps students develop their gifts and talents while building community. Their education goes beyond the doors of the classroom!


In addition to regular Physical Education classes, Cambridge Christian School sports teams include cross country running, soccer, volleyball, basketball, hockey, baseball, and track and field. Our school competes against other Christian schools in the area. All classes from SK to Grade 8 have several sessions of skating at a local arena in the month of December.

Battle of the Books

Students in the Junior and Intermediate grades try out for our Battle of the Books teams. They are required to read an assigned number of books and then they have an opportunity to compete against other Christian schools.

Class Trips

Trips are tied in with our curriculum and have included The Guelph Arboretum, Westfield Heritage Village, The ROM, the apple orchard, Police Safety Village, Mountsberg Conservation Area, The Warplane Museum, Fort George, Brock’s Monument, and the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory. Our overnight trips are for the Intermediate classes with Grade 7 camping at Fair Glen Youth Camp in Beaverton and Grade 8 travelling to Ottawa.

Musical and Drama Performances

We have two performances a year: the Christmas Program and Spring Musical where students are given the opportunity to share their gifts in drama and singing.

Music Lessons

Qualified private music teachers offer lessons in guitar, piano, and voice during the school hours for an additional fee.

Reading Buddies

Older students are paired with younger students to spend time reading, working on projects, and helping with computers.


The Lego Robotics Club allows our older students to exercise technical skills and coding techniques. The robotics competition is a highlight of the year!

School Families

Every year the students are divided into groups called families, and several times throughout the year, they meet for different fun activities. This allows our students to build cross-grade relationships and the older students to develop their leadership skills.

Service Projects

Students participate in various service projects which have included singing in retirement homes, spring clean-up, leaf raking, baking for our community helpers, collecting food or clothing items for the Self Help Food Bank or The Bridges, and volunteering at the Ontario Christian Gleaners facility.


School Calendar