Extra Curriculars

Every child has different interests, abilities and gifts for God’s service; that is why we provide children with a range of extracurricular options to take part in. This allows them to broaden their horizons and connect with their classmates and the community.

There is always something to do at Ponoka Christian School.

 

Extra Curriculars

  • All school Chapel - once a month
  • Options Classes (Grades 6-9)
  • Family Skating Afternoon
  • Ski Day (Grades 4-9)
  • Cross Country Run
  • Junior High Track and Field
  • Field Trips
  • Volleyball Camp (Grades 5-9)
  • Junior High Volleyball Team
  • Junior High Basketball Team
  • Junior High Badminton Team

Options

Students learn new skills and techniques in art using a variety of mediums, including acrylic and watercolour paint

Students can organize School Spirit Days and have other involvement opportunities at the school as well as volunteering at local organizations.

In our Food option, students prepare a variety of food but also learn about hygiene, safety, measuring, kitchen tools, and more. In the past, the foods class has prepared a full Christmas lunch for all the students as well as contributed baking for the annual Auction Fundraiser.

Using the Lego curriculum, the students learn a variety of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) concepts while building some fun things.

The students get hands-on experience in this option while learning the basics of mechanics.

In the woodworking option, students go to the CACHS woodworking shop and learn how to use various tools and get an opportunity to make some neat projects.

Students learn a variety of sports and also visit a local gym to learn how to use equipment safely and stay fit.

Our Sports Enhancement option allows students to build on and enhance their sporting skills and techniques.

All the ins and outs of the dairy farm, including milk production, nutrition, dehorning, vaccination, animal health and reproduction and pen cleaning, are involved in our Dairy Farming option.

The students visit and learn about different types of farming, including sheep, cows, chickens, bees and cheese.

For students who have an interest in business, they can learn about different industries while visiting local businesses.

There are a number of different activities students can take part in PCS’s Winter Sports option. The activities may include curling, cross-country skiing, and skating.

Hand and machine stitching, quilting and basic tools are all covered in the Sewing option. In the past, the sewing class has sewn a quilt and donated it for the yearly Auction Fundraiser.

The students are able to complete the Babysitting course and receive their babysitting certificate.