Frequently Asked Questions
How many attend Durham Christian?
We currently have 106 students enrolled from Grade 9 through Grade 12.
Do you provide Bus transportation?
We currently have bus transportation routes from across Durham West (Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa) and Bowmanville. Other regions including Peterborough, Lindsay, Cobourg and Scugog have arranged transportation. Please call the office to find out what routes are available in your region.
What are the tuition costs?
The tuition at Durham Christian High for the 2021-22 school year (2 semesters), including transportation fees:
1st child at DCHS for the school year Tuition $15,715
2nd child at DCHS for the school year Tuition $18,715
3rd child at DCHS for the school year Tuition $20,215
Does Durham have the courses I need?
We offer the selections of courses necessary to achieve your Ontario Secondary Diploma (OSSD). We offer courses required for all university and college admissions. For a full listing of course selections, please visit our Academics page here.
Does Durham have a uniform?
At Durham Christian High School, we value the appearance of our students and we value that our students have a high standard of how they present themselves as a school. We use United Promotions as our uniform supplier which allows our students the choice of uniform options from polo’s to dress shirts in our school colours. To order your uniforms go to dchsuniform.itemorder.com. For more information about our school uniform policy, please click on link here.
Does Durham offer Bursaries?
Yes, Durham Christian offers two types of Bursaries. A Bridge Bursary is for families who have children in both a Christian Elementary school and a child at Durham Christian High School. A Community Bursary is available to families who are challenged with economical circumstances. Apply to our principal, Ms. Shannon Marcus here. It is worth the call!
How does Durham engage the learning experience for students?
Our programs are designed to engage students actively in their learning experience. Teachers are approachable, students are challenged in critical thinking, and biblical ethics are lived out by every staff member. To learn more about our Staff, click here. Weekly chapel assemblies or small groups inspire the students to think beyond themselves. Toronto 360 Week and Faith on Fire week help students put their faith into action.