About our School

MCFS prides itself in being the first private school in Mississauga educating children in French as a first language from PK to grade 8. Our curriculum far exceeds the Ontario one and enables pupils to be proficient in both French and English.

Principal’s Welcome

On behalf of the students and staff of Mississauga Christian French School, I welcome you to our school’s web site.

At MCFS, we are proud to offer an outstanding French first language education in a safe, caring Christian environment to children from age three (pre-Kindergarten) up to and including Grade Eight.

Our dedicated teachers work closely with parents and students to ensure that we are always being responsive to the needs and interests of the children. This close, productive and dynamic relationship with students and parents is at the core of our community of excellence and caring. With the strong support of parents, we are committed to ensuring the success of every child by providing ongoing descriptive feedback to students and parents relative to the learning expectations.

In partnership with parents, beyond exceeding Ontario’s provincial standards, at MCFS we also focus on instilling a strong sense of moral education by embedding Virtues in our daily teaching. Month by month, a new virtue such as Generosity, Peace, Joy, and Kindness, is introduced via daily announcements. Teachers model these virtues and incorporate them into daily lessons so that students can gain a better understanding of why they are important and what they “look like” and “sound like”.

I continue to be impressed by the incredibly positive impact our teachers have on the children in terms of their increasing command of French fluency as well as their high level of respect for others and desire to give of their best at school.

We are extremely blessed to have a wonderfully dedicated and talented team of teachers and support staff at MCFS. We encourage you to call us to arrange a visit to see for yourselves and share in our success.

“Whoever welcomes one of these little children in my name welcomes me; and whoever welcomes me does not welcome me but the one who sent me.”   Mark 9: 37

T. McConney

Our Vision

We strive to equip every child to develop their God-given potential to lead in their community.

Our Mission

MCFS was founded in 2009 to provide students with excellent academic programs and a nurturing environment with close student-teacher relationships. MCFS is a private yet affordable elementary school offering a stimulating curriculum and a supportive environment to ensure our students experience success every day. We strive to teach every child as if they were the only one that exists in the classroom. That is the heart with which we teach here at MCFS.

FAQ

No, we accept families from all nationalities and different languages. MCFS Administration and teachers are able to communicate with parents in English.

Yes, our curriculum offers English classes as early as grade one, four times a week.

Combined grade classes are not new—they have been a common part of the school experience. At MCFS, we have minimal split classes where the number of students is less than 10 students, such as 5 &6th grades. Regardless of the spilt class content, the Ontario strands for each respective grade are met separately without any educational compromise.

Currently, we are unable to offer financial assistance, but we do treat each case individually and encourage you to discuss your situation with the principal who can readily offer suggestions.

MCFS Values

Pursuing Excellence & Inspiring Exploration

Our class environment (10-1 ratio) and teaching approach motivates students to become their best.

Pursuing Excellence & Inspiring Exploration

Our class environment (10-1 ratio) and teaching approach motivates students to become their best selves both academically and socially to take on future educational and career challenges. We empower children through exploration, a self-guided curriculum and co-learning with their teacher to explore the world around them as they develop higher-order thinking, analysis and synthesizing skills.

Showing Compassionate Care

Our teachers educate both the heart and mind of every child to build their self-confidence and identity.

Showing Compassionate Care

Our teachers educate both the heart and mind of every child to build their self-confidence and identity. At MCFS we care about every individual and their family both in and outside the classroom.

Developing a Community of Believers

We embrace all cultures and differences at MCFS and strive to treat everyone equally with the love of Christ.

Developing a Community of Believers

We embrace all cultures and differences at MCFS and strive to treat everyone equally with the love of Christ. Our school is a diverse growing community where children’s character is built on Christian values so they can grow up to lead and make a positive impact on their community.

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How it Works
Each month, the students who receive this honor will be rewarded a special invitation to McDonald’s with the principal and a special reward.
  • Be a diligent student
  • Demonstrates responsibility
  • Complete assignments on time
  • Show strong efforts to learn the subjects
  • Show outstanding behaviour inside and outside the classroom
  • Is well mannered and respectful to peers and teachers
  • Follows classroom / school rules and expectations
The MCFS student of the month is chosen based on qualities such as character, leadership, and citizenship, not necessarily academics. The student of the month must have the following characteristics:
The student of the month must also display excellent citizenship by aligning him/herself with MCFS school values. Lastly, he/she shows exemplar character through his/her compassion, honesty, trustworthiness, responsibility, optimism and loyalty in creating a positive school environment. Each month, the classroom teacher, special area teachers, and administrators can nominate students for that month. One boy and one girl can be selected from each grade level as long as they have met the criteria. Our goal is to have 100% student participation by June in each grade. The students will have demonstrated the “Big Three”:
  • Do the Right Thing
  • Do Your Personal Best
  • Treat People Right