Saskatoon Christian School is a K-12 faith-based school offering Christian instruction in full compliance with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education’s Goals of Education and Curriculum Policy.
From humble beginnings in 1978, a handful of families felt God’s call to start a Christian school in Saskatoon and in 1981 the Saskatoon Society for Christian Education was formed.
1983 Using 3 rented rooms at John Lake School, Saskatoon Christian School opened with 33 students,
2 staff and a K-8 program.
1985 SCS moved to 2410 Haultain Avenue as tenants of the Saskatoon Full Gospel Church.
1993 SCS received Accredited School status from the Saskatchewan Department of Education.
1994 Grade 9 added to the curriculum.
1999 SCS accepted as an “associate school” with Saskatoon Public School Division which allowed the
school to receive partial funding and access to school division resources.
2002 Grades 10 to 12 added to the curriculum.
2003 Current facility built on 37 acres purchased for that purpose.
2010 With student enrollment at 350, school facilities expanded to include 4 additional classrooms, a fine
arts room and a multi-purpose auditorium.