We know that when a child has difficulty learning, it impacts the entire family.
With our 30-year legacy of helping struggling children succeed, we are confident partners who provide family support where it’s needed most. We created our Family Support Circle to address the needs of the family as a whole and to create lasting empowerment and success.
One of the most important factors is to realize you are not alone on this difficult road. When you join the JCS community, you become part of a network of people who will nurture, care for and support your family and your child as they build the tools to reach their potential. You have a team to support you and the rest of your family too.
Many parents come to us nearly at the end of their rope and with the same concerns. They’re worried about their child’s academic success, their friendships and social support and practical things such as getting transportation to and from school each day. We created the Family Support Circle to address these concerns and fill the gap. Together we can make a difference in the life of every child and family that walks through the JCS doors.
To learn more about how the Family Support Circle Program can benefit you and your family, please contact us at (604) 465.8444.
The Beauty of Generosity
“THANK YOU” seems so inadequate to express the depth of our gratitude for the generous giving James Cameron School received on Saturday evening! Over $40,000 was raised at our first Gala. There are many who deserve our thanks, and so it is with a heart full of gratitude that I pen this expression of deep thanks to everyone who helped make our Gala the roaring success that it was.To those who contributed talent, to those who contributed donations and time or money thank you! Your generosity is truly beautiful. To everyone who attended the Gala, thank you! For those of you that could not attend I have included a link to a video of our guest speaker, Greg Epp. Greg attended JCS in the 90s and gave an inspiring speech. Warm regards, Penny Shepherd-Hill, Principal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8HMF639UiU