From music to art to drama, the students at TCS can try it all!

Students from K-6 receive weekly music and art classes taught by specialists in those areas. They also participate in monthly assemblies with their buddy classes and the annual Christmas production.

In junior high, students can choose from a number of worship and art options.

Our music program offers worship band which leads worship in Chapel on a regular basis.   Players of orchestral strings, woodwinds, or brass instruments can participate in mini ensembles to grow in musical skill, worship experience and harmonizing relationally, spiritually and musically.  

The art program offers a variety of courses from handcrafts, sketching and painting to working with clay. 

The drama program offers a junior high drama option allowing our Grade 7-9 students to present a spectacular drama production(s).

Performing Arts

Coming soon . . .  May 10 - 17


TCS Theatre presents THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE" BY C. S. LEWIS - a dramatic novel study.  Over the course of Term 2, our JH Drama students have been immersing themselves in the world of Narnia, according to C. S. Lewis.  Instead of using a prescribed script, we have been taking the dialogue and story details straight from the novel, and adapting them to work with our unique theatre space.  The Drama room is being transformed into the actual world of Narnia, complete with good trees and bad trees, strange creatures, Winter, Spring and the many strange things that happen once you walk through a wardrobe door.Come join us to experience the transformation, and see what magic awaits . . .

Reservations are required.  Please email to book your seats.  Admission is by donation at the door.

2017: Alice's Wonderland is Nominated for Three Awards!

Congratulations to our Alice's Wonderland cast for being nominated for three awards: 



** BEST ACTRESS LIVE THEATRE AGE 15  Natalie M (not a TCS student)

The awards will be presented at the 1st Annual The MICs at the International Awards Gala For Youth on May 27th.  

To read more about the MICs click here.