High School: Grades 10-12

High School: Grades 10-12

  • LWCA provides an academic base for post-secondary education as well as life skills required for success.
  • Students in Senior High at LWCA take on leadership roles through worship, student council, Bible studies with younger students, and overseas missions trips.
  • Students attending LWCA are encouraged to use their God-given talents and abilities to serve Him through their work, leisure and social activities.
  • Students are offered an outstanding academic program where subjects are taught from a biblical perspective under the Alberta Program of Studies.
  • Core courses offered include all streams of Math, Science (Biology, Physics, and Chemistry), Social Studies, English, CALM, Physical Education and Religious Studies.
  • Complimentary courses offered include Drama, Band, Foods, Art, Media Studies, Digital Animation, and leadership courses.
  • For more information on the Warriors Sports program see the sports page.

High School Teachers:
Leland Makaroff Grade 7 Teacher
I have discovered that teaching junior and high school students is about the most interesting job in the world, and teaching P.E. and poetry are about the most fun things to teach (just not at the same time). So, I am very glad to be joining...
Kevin Dunbar, Jr. High Science & High School Teacher
I have been teaching since 1999, after graduating from the University of Alberta with my Education degree (major in physical sciences). Since September 2002, I have been a part of the teaching staff at Living Waters...
Paul Haberstock, Jr. High Math & High School Teacher
I started my educational journey at Concordia College and graduated from the U of A with a Bachelor of Education Degree. My teaching career began in 1990 with stops along the way...
Zach Smith, Music Teacher
My Name is Zach Smith, and I am the music teacher here at Living Waters. I graduated in 2011 from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Music / Bachelor of Education combined degree. I am very excited to meet all of you,
Nik Gauthier, Grade 9 Teacher
Did you know that teachers write their own biographies? Keep that in mind the next time you read something like, “This teacher is driven by his own passionate commitment to the educational process”...
Jodi Hoogendoorn High School Teacher
I graduated from Trent University and Queen’s University in Ontario, with my Bachelor of Science (majoring in Biology and English) and my Bachelor of Education. I began teaching in 1999, and have had the pleasure of teaching in a variety of settings. I h
Lisa Clarke - Grade 8 Teacher
I am very excited to be joining the staff at Living Waters this fall. My life journey has taken me on quite a ride. One thing I am thankful for is that God always directs my steps. I may not always know where He is going to lead me, but lead me He does.