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First Baptist Christian School & WEE Care Centre

Academic excellence centered on Jesus Christ.

First Baptist Christian School accepts children from 3 months to 11 years old and takes great pride in assisting their students to excel both academically and spiritually. As a proud member of the ACSI you can expect nothing but the highest level of education for your children with their U.S. based curriculum.

Weekday Early Education (WEE) is a preschool which offers care for babies aged 3 months to five years of age. At WEE, learning is supplemented by Abeka and the CI Early Years Curriculum Framework. High value is placed on children’s giftedness and project based learning is a huge component of the children’s experiences. Their mission is to provide academic excellence in a Christ-centered and nurturing environment, that meets the educational, spiritual, and emotional needs of each individual pupil. 1:3 and 1:5 ratios make sure your child is always getting the needed attention.


  • Head of School: Mr. David Holtzhouse
  • Elementary Director: Janet Durksen
  • WEE Care Director: Beverly Chin-Sinn
  • Student population: 250 students
  • Average class size: 8 for infants; 11-17 for all others
  • Fees:
    • Preschool: CI$6,275-CI$7,770
    • Kindergarten-Grade 6: CI$8,590-CI$9,025
    • Sibling Discount: Siblings fees are CI$8,590
    • After School: CI$190 per month full-time and CI$150 part-time
    • Meals: Hot lunches CI$5.50
  • American Christ-centered curriculum
  • Research-based instructional practices and 21st century skills
  • ACSI Member
  • Terra Nova tests
Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 7:30am – 3:00pm

After School care 3:00pm-5:00pm

+1 345 945 7906

920 Crewe Road

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