MCS History

Meadowlark Christian School was formed in 1982, by concerned Christian parents who wanted their children to experience learning in the context of faith.

Beginning in a portable building, by 1983 enrollment had reached 130 and we moved into Our Lady of Lourdes School. One year later, with 150 students enrolled, MCS was relocated to Notre Dame School. In 1989, the school moved to its present location.

Meadowlark Christian School owns the facility in which it operates, is financially stable and does not carry long-term debt.

MCS was initially established as an accredited private school under the Alberta School Act. With overwhelming parent support and the Edmonton Public School Board Trustees’ unanimous vote on May 11, 2004, Meadowlark Christian School was added as an Alternative Program offered by Edmonton Public Schools.

Meadowlark Christian School provides a thriving educational environment for students from ECS (Kindergarten) through Grade Nine.

Community Christian Education Program at MCS

The educational philosophy of Meadowlark Christian School is based on a God-centered view of humanity and truth as presented in the Bible. The integration of faith in learning allows us to build on a foundation through which all knowledge is examined so truth may be explored. Within a framework that supports parents in their ultimate responsibility of educating and training their children, MCS becomes a contributing partner.

For more information, download our Community Christian Education Program (CCEP) document here.

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