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I handle my accounts online and by email very easily. When I have a question I call, and there is always a friendly person on the phone to help me out. Sometimes I need a very patient person, and that...read more
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Edmonton Christian School’s High School

September 01, 2004

Due to an enrollment increase of 40% in the past 3 years, the Edmonton Society for Christian Education, known as Edmonton Christian Schools, embarked on an ambitious expansion of its facilities to accommodate the increase in students. 1,090 students are enrolled at Edmonton Christian Schools, which operates 3 campuses. Since 1999, Edmonton Christian Schools has been an alternative program under Edmonton Public Schools.

$2.6 million in financing was approved to complete a retrofit of the High School campus including a new gymnasium, increased classrooms and student areas. The addition was completed at the end of September 2004. Edmonton Christian Schools’ future plans include the relocation of the North East campus. Through members’ deposits, the Christian Credit Union is thankful it could play a part in expanding Christian education in Edmonton.


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