Nanaimo Christian School alumni represent an active, generous group that is spread across the globe. You engage in many aspects of NCS life — through financial support, event participation, volunteering, and social networks.
Thank you for all you do for the NCS community. If it’s been awhile since you’ve been on campus, arrange a virtual tour and see our great new spaces. Feel free to contact us with questions or suggestions anytime. We hope to see you or hear from you soon!
Connect with your classmates
Find old friends and connect with new ones on our NCS alumni Facebook group or our school’s social media pages: @ncsnanaimo on Instagram and Facebook. Want to plan an alumni reunion? We can help. Call us at 250-754-4512 ext. 120 or email email@example.com.
Attend an event
You’re invited! We’d love to see you at an upcoming event. Check out the events calendar to see what’s happening in athletics, the arts, fundraisers and more.
Volunteer and show your support for NCS students. Volunteering looks a little different now during the pandemic, but there are ways you can still help.
Check the current volunteer opportunities here.
Complete this quick volunteer interest survey and tell us more about you.
Join the society or board of directors
Are you passionate about Christian education? Join the NCS Society to discuss and vote on school issues at the annual general meeting. If strategy and governance is your passion, consider getting involved on the board. The NCS board of directors works to protect the school’s mission and vision while creating direction and inspecting everything through a Christ-centered lens. Learn more.
Share your story
We're collecting stories from Nanaimo Christian School alumni to share on our website and in publications. Complete this alumni story form about where you are now and how NCS impacted you. Thank you!
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“NCS provided me the foundation for my faith. I received discipleship from many teachers, each with a different way of instilling God's Word in my heart. I can remember clear lessons that taught me how to explain my testimony and how my beliefs related to my interest in science."
Melissa (Long) Brulotte, Ph.D., NCS Class of 2005