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Welcome Parents!

You are an incredible blessing to Nanaimo Christian School. You’re involved in education in meaningful ways at home, on campus and within our community of school families. We appreciate all you are and do!

Connect with other parents

Stop by and have a cup of tea or coffee at our parent community cottages -- between Building A (Grade K-2 building) and Holland Road. One cottage is the office space for the school's Parent Community Coordinator, Tessa Fuiava. The other cottage -- a cozy space with a couch, chairs, coffee maker and tea kettle -- is a hub for our parent community at NCS.

Drop into the cottages and get connected!

  • Prayer groups 

  • Parents of children with special needs support group 

  • Hiking group 

  • Walking group 

  • And more ... days/times for 2023-24 TBD. 


For more info, please contact Tessa at or check the NCS Parent Facebook Group.


Be an NCS ambassador

Welcome a new NCS family by phone or meet for coffee. Contact 250-754-4512 or


Volunteer opportunities

Check current volunteer opportunities in the latest all-school newsletter or contact Tessa at or 250-754-4512.

Single moms' group

Connect with other NCS single moms for hikes, coffees, and more. Join the Facebook group or contact 250-754-4512 ext. 120 or 

Society & board membership

Have your say on school issues. 

Consider becoming a voting member.

Follow us on social media

Facebook @ncsnanaimo

Facebook @NanaimoChristianSchoolAlumni!

Facebook @NanaimoChristianSchoolEarlyCareAndLearning

Instagram @ncsnanaimo

Instagram @ms_at_NCS (middle school)

Instagram (student council)

More for parents of teens and tweens


"Why Social Media is Not Smart for Middle School Kids"

Axis: The Culture Translator

Weekly insight into how pop culture, technology, and media are influencing students. Equipping teachers and parents to start Biblically-based conversations.


"How to Talk with Your Kids About Pop Culture, Technology, and Social Media" 

Contact to request a copy!


Protect your teens: 7 apps and websites parents should be aware of

If you want to protect your kids you need to know where they are.

Get Involved

“NCS has not only been a place of education and inspiration for our children for almost 10 years but a place to grow spiritually, a place to be loved on, guided through, and embraced by the staff and students alike … like family -- and, well ... It IS family! And that's why we love NCS!"

Susan Boland, NCS parent

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