The Windsor Adventist Elementary School has a current enrollment of 33 children. The school is part of the church complex at 5350 Haig Avenue, and has two classrooms, a large gymnasium, an office, and a supply room. The school also shares various rooms with the church, including the conference room, an extra classroom, and a kitchen.
Although relatively small by public school standards, it has many advantages, including:
Kurt earned a Bachelor of Education degree in School Management and Leadership from the Mico University College in Jamaica in 2010. He is an educator with a commitment to student growth, leadership and academic excellence. His work in education has been with students ranging from elementary through the tertiary level. Kurt is a firm believer in Christian Education being a product of Christian Education himself. Throughout his career in education he has worked with the Ministry of Education in Jamaica in conjunction with United States Agency for International Development, and has used these experiences to inform his instruction in the classroom.
Kurt is married and currently pursuing a Masters with Walden University with an emphasis in Human and Social Services.
His desire is to instil in each child the love of Christ while he helps them to achieve their academic goals recognizing their full potential.
Hello I'm Ambra Greaves! I studied at Burman University and graduated in 2017. My family is from the sunshine island of Barbados. I love traveling, art, and learning random trivia. One of my favourite Bible verses is Hebrews 10:39 which states "We aren't the sort of people who timidly draw back and end up being destroyed. We are the sort of people who have faith so that our whole beings are preserved". I love this verse because it reminds me that as an educator, we have a monumental task at hand. Even though it can seem insurmountable, we don't back down. We face that challenge for the sake of helping our students become the best they can be in every avenue of their lives, both spiritually and academically.
Sylvia Clarke graduated from Sam Sharpe Teachers’ and gained ten years of teaching experience in Jamaica. After immigrating to Canada she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Family and Community Social Social Services from the University of Guelph-Humber. She is currently Studying online with the University of Burman as well as Adventist Learning community. She is a dedicated wife and mother of 3. Sylvia’s philosophy of education is that true education is one grounded in the knowledge and belief of Jesus Christ. Her mission is to inspire every student to achieve great success both academically and spiritually.
The Windsor School was founded in 1919, under the leadership of David Geauvreau, and was then called the Windsor SDA School. The operation was sporadic until the 1940's after WWII, when the school opened again and has remained open continuously till this day. It has been relocated 4 times. In the early 1990's, the current facility was opened.
The curriculum at WAES mirrors that of the Province of Ontario in many respects, yet remains distinctively Christian. We begin our day with worship, pray before lunch and at the close of day. Two weeks of Spiritual Emphasis, one in the fall and the second in the spring, give an added boost to the spiritual nature of our school. A Bible class instructs students in the Word of God, and also brings them closer to their Creator.
Christine graduated from grade 8 at WAES in 1989. She and her family now live in Achorage, Alaska, where she is a pediatric hospitalist working at the Alaska Native Medical Center. She cares for hospitalized infants and children, and well as newborns and neonates in the intensive care unit. She performs sedation for procedures / studies, and is a consultant for providers taking care of Alaska native pediatric patients across the state of Alaska.
Additionally, she is Associate Director at the University of Washington Pediatric Residency Alaska Track.
Christine has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Andrews University in Michigan and a Doctor of Medicine from Loma Linda University in California.
Scott graduated from WAES in 1974. He is currently the principal of Lakeview Christian
School, in Victoria B.C. Scott has Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Education degrees
from the University of Windsor (1989), and is a member of the Royal Canadian College
of Organists. Scott has served as organist and praise team leader for a number of
In 2009, Scott won 3rd prize in the Pax Christi Chorales "Great Canadian Hymn Competition", for his composition "God of All Nations".
Anne graduated from WAES in 1984. Today, she is a Physiotherapist at the Windsor Regional Hospital Metropolitan Campus. She works with patients to regain their mobility of function due to illness, weakness, or injury.
Anne has a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy and Physiology, and a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Andrews University in Michigan. A strong believer in helping others, Anne has participated in 12 mission trips in various countries throughout the world.