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Make a Difference at NCS

Your time and talents make a huge difference at Nanaimo Christian School. Because of volunteers like you, the school runs more effectively. Because of you, students have more opportunities. Because of you, we all have more fun! 


Parents, guardians, grandparents, alumni, parents of graduates, and friends volunteer countless hours each year to support students and enrich their NCS experience. We rely on your support and wouldn’t be able to achieve our mission without all of you.


Benefits of volunteering at NCS:

  • Meet NCS families, teachers and administrators

  • Learn more about the school

  • Make new friends and deepen your connection with the community

  • Set an example of valuing education and service

  • Use your God-given talents to glorify God

  • Impact the lives of students

  • It feels good!


Volunteer & participation opportunities 

There are several ways you can get involved at the school or behind the scenes -- either as a participant or as a volunteer. 

  • Explore a new trail with the parent hiking group.

  • Help out at an event like Fun Fair.

  • Join the grandparents' group.

  • Read or play literacy support games with students in the classroom.

  • Be a volleyball or basketball coach.

  • Bake cookies or cupcakes for events.

  • Prepare materials for classroom use (cutting out shapes, etc.).

Contact Tessa at or 250-754-4512 for the complete list of opportunities.

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.

Contact us

250.754.4512 ext. 120


“We feel so blessed to be a part of NCS. We have seen so much spiritual growth in our boys since starting at NCS, and we are so grateful for that."

Brielle Brilling, NCS parent

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