Fees, Transportation and FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I book a private consultation to learn more about the school?

Contact our Admissions Coordinator at admissions@calgarychristianschool.com who would be happy to set up a virtual meeting and tour.


What are your class sizes?

Preschool: 14–16 students/class

Kindergarten: 18–21 students/class

Grades 1–2: 20–22 students/class

Grades 3: 21-23 students/class

Grades 4-7: 24-25 students/class

Grades 8-9: 26–28 students/class

Grades 10-12: 25-30 students/class (depending on schedules, core subjects, options etc. at times class size may slightly increase or decrease)


What makes you a Christian school? How are you different from a public school?

Calgary Christian is an Alternative Public School, which means that everything at CCS is taught through a Christian perspective and by Christian educators. A biblical foundation exists in all we do. School days not only start with prayer and time for devotions, but every subject and topical discussion is infused with our Christian world-and-life view. CCS also applies the biblical “through –lines” found in the Teaching for Transformation curriculum provided by the Prairie Centre for Christian Education (PCCE). Bible classes are taught specifically in the Elementary and Middle, while High School students explore faith in action through Religious Ethics, World Religions, chapels, activity involvement, individual and group projects. Together, CCS, home, and church work together to provide a foundation for students to believe, learn and grow.


What are your fees?

The Christian Education Fee Schedule for the 2024/25 school year can be found here. Each May, the new schedule is presented at the Spring Society Meeting. 


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Is busing available?

We do offer limited user-funded bus transportation in different areas of the city. Our routes run in several neighbourhoods south of Stoney Trail, West of Macleod Trail and North of 22X, click on the image to enlarge. 

Routes are designed in July, based on the criteria provided by families requesting service. Parents are provided with written route details and approved schedules in August each year. 

You can view the transportation costs posted HERE for the current school year.