Edmonton Logos
Christian Program

The Logos Program is a fully funded, tuition free alternative program for grades K-9, at several Edmonton Public School locations in the City of Edmonton.

A faith-based, non-denominational Christian approach to learning allows students to apply Christian morals, values and beliefs into all areas of study. A quality academic education combined with a vibrant and loving Christian environment provides a solid moral foundation on which students can build their lives. God is revealed to them in all things; in all areas of their academic endeavours, their school community and the greater community beyond the school doors. Daily prayer, scripture memorization, and devotions are woven into the standard curriculum. As the students apply these beliefs to all aspects of their lives, their own faith is strengthened as they move about in their world.

The word “Logos” was used in the name of the society because of its rich Biblical meaning. As the Gospel of John says, “In the beginning was the Word (Logos) and the Word (Logos) was with God and the Word was God. …The Word became flesh and dwelt among us” (John 1:1, 14a).

Our Mission Our Promise

“to effectively train and equip students through Christ-centred teaching to be the “salt” and “light of the world.” (Matthew 5: 13, 14)

Society Statement Of Belief

The Logos Society of Edmonton follows 5 basic principles:

  1. God is our creator who knows and loves each one of us.
  2. God has provided, through the Bible, certain values, standards of behavior and fundamental truths, particularly in passages such as the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17) and the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5, 6, and 7). These values, standards of behavior and fundamental truths are to guide us in living out our lives. Truth is not relative and, therefore, not based simply on each person’s opinion.
  3. Although we all make mistakes, or commit sins, we can be forgiven because Jesus, the Son of God, offered Himself as payment for our sins, and is alive today to strengthen us through His Holy Spirit. Just as He forgives us for our sins, so must we forgive others who hurt us or sin against us.
  4. We are on this earth to love God and serve Him by caring for and serving our fellow human beings. We are not meant to live merely for our own pleasure and self-interest.
  5. God works in our lives and in the lives of those around us, and throughout our world as we spend time with Him in prayer.