Elementary Program

Curriculum Overview

Mississauga Christian French School prides itself in being one of the first French (as a first language) schools in Mississauga educating children from PK to grade 8. Our curriculum enriches the Ontario one with international French textbooks to enable pupils to be proficient in the French language. English also is taught for grades 1-8. We strive to teach the way children learn best using multiple intelligences, and equip each child to develop his/her potential. Our curriculum is guided by the teachers, but owned by the students through exploration, application and communication. The purpose of our academic approach is to focus on developing the child as a whole.

Small Classes, Big Reward

 With class sizes that average 10 students, we are able to provide a highly personalized education. We treat every child as if he/she is the only one in the class. Our classroom setup is inclusive; everyone is involved and everyone receives the full attention of the teacher. This encourages the full engagement of the entire class, each and every day and fosters a more participatory atmosphere where every student gets plenty of individual attention. Thanks to our small class sizes, we are able to teach the student, not just the curriculum. Teacher feedback on the students’ progress can go into more depth and is immediately applicable for that week.

One Size Does Not Fit All

 At MCFS, we tailor the curriculum to the individual student, not the other way around. By taking into account each student’s learning style, we are able to introduce a customized plan to cater to unique needs of each child. MCFS staff also uses multiple intelligences to help students develop various styles of learning so they can reach their potential.

Accessible Staff, Accessible Administration

There is nothing more important to us than the happiness and academic success of our students. The principal has an open-door policy, allowing free dialogue between the student, parent, and administration. 

A Diverse Family

We embrace all cultures, colours and backgrounds here at MCFS and strive to treat everyone equally with the love of Christ. Although we are different, we are one. 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.


Mathletics was created 12 years ago, in 2004. Since then, French schools and French immersion schools across Canada have been using this wonderful tool in ever-increasing numbers. Today, Netmath is present in more than 5000 schools and supports over half a million students along their learning path in mathematics.

  • Increase in student engagement
  • Instant feedback allow students to progress at their own pace
  • Audio reading of text
  • No installation necessary to utilize program
  • Simplify math practice

This program has the potential for significant growth, and believe it is a valuable resource for any mathematics teacher.

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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