Lower Mainland East

Welcome to the Lower Mainland East web page. This is where you can find specific information pertaining to the Lower Mainland East Region. All Lower Mainland families who live east of 200th Street have been placed in this region. Please check out our other Grad Program pages as well to find general information that pertains to all students at Heritage Christian Online School.


CC+ Langley

Thursdays, 9:00-3:00 at Christian Life Assembly

Grades K-11

More info and to apply here.

Description and Course Schedule here.

Langley Community Connections Newspaper THE HERITAGE HERALD May 2020 here.


CC+ Sumas

Breaking News! A new HCOS CC+, fully covering courses in Science, Social studies and two of either PE, ADST or Art, will be opening for Sept 2020! We will meet for 30 Wednesdays from 9 to 3 at Abby Free Church (33218 Marshall Road, just off the Clearbrook Road or McCallum Road exits of the freeway). Students in Grades 1-3 will be taught by Kathy Whittome and students in grades 4-6 will be taught by Jonathan Zuidhof. We look forward to sending out the application form for this CC very soon. Keep your eyes open for it and join us!

*IMPORTANT NOTE: This Community Connections class will only proceed if the other Lower Mainland CCs have achieved minimum capacity.


CC Chilliwack

Thursdays 9:30-3:00 at the Salvation Army Church

Grades K-9

More info and to apply here

*please note that grade 5 is currently full. You may use the wait pool link if you are interested in gr. 5*

CC+ Chilliwack Grade 10 Humanities

This is a new opportunity for grade 10 students in Chilliwack for a full-credit course that covers English 10, Social Studies 10, and Christian Studies 10.

More info and to apply here


CC+ Abbotsford

Tuesdays 9:00-3:00 at Gateway Christian Community Church

Grades K-12

More info and to apply here.

*please note that grades 2/3, 4/5, and 6/7 are full. You may use the wait pool link for those grades, or consider Sumas, Langley or Chilliwack instead*


Dear Students,

You are not going to believe the new course description website. It is going to answer all the questions that you might have had but could not find out except by asking me. Please check it out! It has detailed course descriptions, and many ways to filter courses. That is a good thing because we have over 150 course offerings for high school students. That is something for everyone!


If you are not quite sure which math course(s) you should take, see this Math Course Options and Streams page.

Gearing up for the 2020/2021 school year

The month of May is the time of year that we really gear up and begin planning for the next school year. The first thing that you need to ensure is that you have re-enrolled for the 2020/2021. What this does is it puts you on the radar of your Grad Advisor so that we can reach out to you during the planning stage.

Grad Program Students (10-12)

There are many important websites that we have assembled for you to assist in your planning. I recommend that over the next few weeks, pick one or two a week to familiarize yourself with.

GRADE 9's transitioning into HCOS Grad Program

Last year, we hosted two information meetings for students and families in Grade 9. If you would like to get started in your planning, please choose one of the recordings to review. But please also review the websites above.

Here are the recordings:

Adding courses for 2020/2021

Registration for courses for the 2020/2021 will open in May. Please fill-out the Course Planning document with courses your student has completed and also which courses they hope to take in 2020/2021. I would love a copy of your plans so that I can connect with you and assist you as needed.

If you have any questions, I am happy to help.

Please reach out and email me. Mr. Eric Vanee <evanee@onlineschool.ca>