High School Student Services

Student Services Mission Statement

Langley Christian School’s Student Services Office provides support to students as they navigate academic, career, and post-secondary choices. Student Services offers various tools for students so that they can be successful after their high school years.

  • Guidance Counselor | Pim Schon
  • Student Services Assistant | Jacky Huberts

 

Course Planning

Course Planning can be a stressful time. Many factors need to be considered when choosing your courses. Course descriptions are a helpful tool. Each course description below includes a summary of curricular content as well as teacher expectations and goals.

Please contact the Student Services Office with any course planning questions.

Grade 9 Course Descriptions
Grade 10 Course Descriptions
Grade 11 Course Descriptions
Grade 12 Course Descriptions

*Course Updates: January 2017*

Langley Christian School Awards

C & D Logistics Business Scholarship
Awarded annually to a graduating student who demonstrates financial need, maintains a 75% average, and who plans on attending a post-secondary institution in the area of business. The student must be involved in a variety of extra-curricular activities.
Value: $2000

Centra Windows Award
Centra is a locally owned company which began in 1984. They do general contracting with building restorations, exterior cladding and siding, and install and manufacture a premium line of vinyl windows specifically engineered for the BC construction industry. They have created a scholarship intended for a student wanting to pursue the construction trades and who has financial need.
Value: $1000

David Folkerts Memorial Award
This award will be given annually to a graduating student who has a heart for missions and who will be pursuing a missions program or trip within the next year. Financial need will also be considered.
Value: $500

The Dinesen Family Scholarship for Special Needs Leadership
Awarded annually to a graduate who has a love for students with special needs and who plans on a career helping people with cognitive or physical challenges. The recipient must have experience working with such students in either a school or community setting and provide proof of enrolment in a post-secondary program that aims to train students for work in a special needs field: Special Education, Speech Language Therapy, Life Skills Therapy, Occupational Therapy for those with autism, Behaviour Interventionist, or similar fields.
Value: $2000

Jack Nagtegaal Memorial Award
Awarded annually to the student who wishes to receive training in the trades and can demonstrate financial need to complete the training.
Value: $2000

Jeanne Richter Memorial Award
Awarded annually to the student who achieves the highest academic standing during the final year of secondary education. This award will be given in September after graduation.
Value: $1500

Kyle and Emile Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to the graduate known for his/her ability to build community. This student will have been involved in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities, and have made positive contributions to student life at LCS. S/he will have the ability to draw other people in, and to generate a healthy school spirit.
This award is by staff nomination only.
Value: $1000

Township of Langley Scholarship
This annual award is available to a student who has a heart for the environment and “earth keeping”. The student will be in good academic standing and have been involved in both the school and the community as a volunteer.
Value: $1000

LCS Staff Scholarship
Awarded annually to a graduating student who will be attending a post-secondary institution to pursue a degree in Education. The recipient should demonstrate a Christ-like attitude, be serious about academics, as well as demonstrate leadership in school and contribute to extra-curricular activities within the school.
Value: $1000

Wes Geransky Memorial Award
Awarded annually to the grade 12 student who best represents the goals of LCS. This person must show evidence of being a community builder, be serious about academics, be involved in leadership in and outside of the school community, be active in the extra-curricular program, have a heart of service, and must model a mature Christian walk. The award must be used for post-secondary studies. This award is by staff nomination only.
Value: $4000

Eric and Alice Voogt Scholarship
Awarded annually to a student who demonstrates a serious interest in his/her studies and plans to pursue a degree in horticulture.
Value: $1000

The LCS Foundation Scholarship
Awarded annually to a graduating student who will be entering a missions or ministry program upon graduation. The recipient must have a specific plan and have submitted an essay to the LCS Foundation Board. The Foundation Board is responsible for selecting the award recipient.
Value: $1000

Career  + Job Search

Job Bank
Work BC
Public Service Commission of Canada Job Search
Interview Preparation
Human Resources Skills Development Canada
BC Public Service Employment

Apprenticeship

Careers in Trades (Canada site)
Industry Training Authority (BC Site)
Industry Training (BC gov’t site)