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2012- In the Loop
2013- In the Loop
the grace of God, UNITY Christian High School is now in its eighth year
of offering Christian secondary schooling to families in Simcoe County.
At our facility at 25 Burton Ave., a full complement of grades 9, 10,
11 and 12 courses are being delivered, including a co-op program at
the senior level.
UNITY has nine exemplary teachers, who love the Lord, love His children
and are masters at their craft. These teachers infuse that love into
everything they do at school, whether classroom teaching, coaching sports,
sponsoring yearbook or Students' Council, or mentoring students.
Setting high positive academic and spiritual standards, the teachers
impact the lives of the students at the school. This impact is focussed
by our vision and mission statements, as manifested in the classroom
through our CURRICULAR PRINCIPLES, developed by the staff committees
and Board of Directors:
1. Students at Unity will deepen their understanding of the nature of
God through the study of Scripture and His creation, and respond to
Him with trust and awe.
2. Students at Unity will seek to witness to and transform culture for
God's glory in all areas of life, through knowing their role in God's
3. Students at Unity will be encouraged to respond to the restorative
power of God’s grace, develop an awareness of themselves as unique
image-bearers of God, able and willing to use their specific gifts in
4. Students at Unity will develop a Christ-like character.
5. Students at Unity will learn to identify Biblical truths, separate
them from non-Christian mind-sets, and develop ethical positions based
on these truths.
6. Students at Unity will learn to view society and culture as human
faith responses to God and His works.
7. Students at Unity will contribute to and experience a diverse community
by caring for others and celebrating differences with respect, tolerance
8. Students at Unity will develop the skills and tools to communicate
effectively and responsibly.
9. Students at Unity will acquire skills that will enable them to be
life-long Kingdom workers.
10. Students at Unity will be equipped with skills that will enable
them to live out God’s calling and will in their lives.
the outstanding teaching that occurred last year, the students were
involved with many other things as well:
-Student Council helped organize a variety of events, including the
Spring Banquet, the Annual Pancake Breakfast (“over 400 served!”),
-field trips to: McMichael Art Collection, ROM, Toronto,
-collection of food and donation to the Barrie Food Bank,
-sports: cross-country, basketball volleyball, track and field
-concerts: choral and instrumental,
-work through our partnership with Habitat for Humanity Huronia,
-the UNITY SPRING THAW 5K,
-and the list goes on, and on....