Koinonia high school moving into rented quarters for the school year

New high school campus to be ready for 2021/22

Joe McWilliams
Lakeside Leader

As we know, the Slave Lake Koinonia Christian School is expanding into the old Forestry office building and grounds on 4th Ave. NE in Slave Lake.

Last week board chair Gordon Ferguson told us work has already begun, and will pick up steam in the next while, with a goal of being ready to house the high school grades in 2021/22.

“That’ll give us a year to do the renos,” he said.

In the meantime, to reduce crowding and allow for necessary social distancing for both the elementary and high school groups, the high school is moving to rented quarters upstairs at the Community Christian Centre in southeast Slave Lake.

“There’s lots of room up there,” Ferguson said. “Plus there’s a skating rink across the street and the skateboard park.”

The major work on the new site on 4th Ave. has yet to be contracted out. Ferguson said they are “getting quotations.”

Koinonia School in the foreground left, with the future high school campus in the background right.

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