Learn & Grow

Excellent Education, Excellent Experience

The Campbell River Christian School provides many extracurricular activities that will allow students to grow, flourish and succeed. Below are some links to resources for students. These are valuable resources for mental, spiritual, and academic support. 

Right Now Media - Video and resource library for Christian content. Click the link to register your own free account. 

Plugged In - Christian reviews for movies and games. 

ERASE - BC Ministry of Education mental health and anti-bullying resources.


CRCS Parent-Student Handbook 2023-24:

2023-2024 Handbook

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Tips for Success

  • Get enough sleep, eat a good breakfast, and bring a sweater and water bottle.
  • Arrive early and make sure you have all the necessary materials (e.g. sharpened pencils, eraser, acceptable calculator, etc.)
  • Attentively listen to, and read, all instructions to avoid costly mistakes and confusion.
  • Manage time carefully; it is important to answer as many test questions as possible. Try not to leave any blank.
  • Before you begin answering questions, write down important formulas, timelines, or processes on a scrap paper so you won't worry about forgetting them (do a "brain dump").
  • Consider going through the test and answering the 'easy' questions first, then return to tackle the more complicated ones later. When stuck on a question, make your best guess and move on.
  • Read questions thoroughly and pay close attention to words like: not, no, never, now, all, always, only, most, best, and exactly.
  • Try to come up with an answer yourself before reading multiple choice options.
  • Use the process of elimination; exclude multiple choice distractors that are definitely wrong to narrow down the options.
  • Use scratch paper to work problems out methodically; drawing pictures can help.
  • Show ALL work for written responses.
  • Double check each answer and written work, but stick to initial gut instincts; don't change an answer unless it is obviously wrong.

Graduation Resources

Internship Opportunity

The YES! Fellowship is back again for 2024.
The Young Engineers and Scientists (YES!) Fellowship program offers six-week summer research experiences to graduating secondary students in British Columbia entering their first year at a recognized post-secondary institution. The fellowships are located at TRIUMF or at research organizations associated with Life Sciences British Columbia.  

The fellowship includes an award of $4,000 and travel and housing allowances to students outside Metro Vancouver (for the TRIUMF placements only). A minimum of two positions at TRIUMF are offered each year.

The intent of the YES Fellowship is to motivate students with a passionate interest in science and engineering to pursue a career in research by offering them the opportunity to experience a real life laboratory environment. 

If you're interested in applying go to:


Scholarship Information

Here is an extensive list of scholarships and links to databases to match more scholarships to your individual profile or needs:


$1000 Hebden Chemistry Bursary

We are proud to announce that Western Campus and Jim Hebden will be continuing the Hebden Bursary Award for the 13th year! One student will be awarded a $1,000 bursary!

*ALL students who will be completing Chemistry 12 by June 2024 are eligible to apply for the bursary. This includes students who have taken Chemistry in the first and second quarters!
Information on the Bursary:

  • The student has or will have completed Chemistry 12 by the end of June 2024
  • The student can demonstrate plans to continue the study of chemistry, or studies related to Chemistry, at a recognized post-secondary institution
  • The student must have performed service for their school and/or community while maintaining grades in science that are necessary in a post-secondary education
  • The student must also include a letter of reference from a teacher. Note that this letter must state their GPA for Grade 11 and their cumulative GPA to date in Grade 12
For detailed information and to apply please go to:
*Please note that the deadline for applications is May 10, 2024.


CRCS Scholarships

There are several "internal" scholarships & bursaries available to graduating CRCS students:

• CRCS Scholarship for $1000

• CRCS Bursary for $500

• Sandy Glum Scholarship for $500

The deadline to apply for these financial awards is April 1, 2024. Please speak to Mrs. Scoville for an application package or click here.


Post-Secondary Information

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