Ridge Meadows Community Class

Celebrating Our History & Looking to the Future
by Marieke Berga, RMCC Community Class Coordinator

Almost 8 years ago, the Lord provided a wonderful place for our children to learn, play, and worship at the Ridge Meadows Community Classes (RMCC).  We are thankful for the use of the church sanctuary for worship, various rooms for classroom spaces, and an outdoor play space with two playgrounds (including one that is covered for our rainy west coast days!)   

Ridge Meadows Community Classes intentionally focuses on Christ and community.  From starting our day with worshipping the Lord together, to free play in our play space, to opportunities for parents to fellowship; we appreciate the blessing of having time and space to build relationships with one another and God. 

A notable milestone this year is our grade 7 graduation, which includes learners who were part of our very first kindergarten class at RMCC!  

The children have developed ball-handling skills with Mrs. Kulak, created rhythms on invented drums with Mrs. Speer, and delivered dramatic presentations with Mrs. Alexander.   

This fall, we invited RMCC families to our Inventor’s Imaginarium event where the children presented their unique and creative inventions, ranging from a bird feeder to a catapult!  This winter, a Code Mobile teacher expertly led workshops for each class so children could learn how to code using Scratch.   We are thankful for this government-funded initiative that inspires children to develop technology skills through creating code. 

RMCC is dedicated to reach beyond our Maple Ridge community and build relationships globally.  Mrs. Kulak has facilitated a relationship between the RMCC and a RCOA missionary family who lives in Africa.  The children are learning about this family’s home life, country, and their work in Bible translation, and will be communicating with them in the future.  It is our hope to provide support to this family and their work through a service project this term.   

We are excited for what God has in store for our community as we continue to learn, play, and grow together in Christ. 



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We are sorry to inform you that our Special Education and Learning Services programs are FULL for the 2021-2022 school year.  We strive to provide the best possible support for all of our families, and due to an overwhelming response, all of our resources are at capacity.  This means that at this time we are unable to admit any new learners with  designations or other learners requiring learning support assistance.

We don't take it lightly that you reached out to us.  We pray God's best for your family as  you seek other arrangements for your Fall programming.  

Blessings to you as you plan your year



Elementary (K-7) Program is nearing capacity; applications may be waitlisted

High School (8-12) Program is still accepting applications

Registered Homeschool Applications (K-12) accepted up to September 30th

Our Learning Support and Special Education Programs are FULL; no waitlist additions will be accepted