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The Chapel and Dining Hall together comprise the “H Building.” Residents eat their meals in the Dining Hall, which doubles as a space for banquets during Christmas, Easter and Valentine’s Day celebrations.
The Chapel and Dining Hall together make up the “H Building.” Chapel services are led by staff, students or special guests daily. The Chapel also serves as a theatre for student drama productions.
Built in 1976, the Boys’ Dorm is able to accommodate 52 students over two floors. Like the girls’ residence, the boys’ residence has showers, a laundry room, and a lounge. Two rooms in the Boys’ Dorm have been converted into gaming rooms where students can play video games together. Connected to the end of the Boys’ Dorm is on campus staff housing where one of the Boys’ dorm parents resides full time.
Constructed in 1915, the Girls’ Dorm (a.k.a. “Old Main”) has seen countless renovations recently, including the installation of new boilers, windows and carpets. The dorm boasts all the comforts of a modern residence — e.g. a lounge, a laundry room, showers, and more.
A 3,000 square foot Student Centre is located in the basement of the Chapel. The Student Centre is a place where students can play pool, air hockey, ping pong, board games or watch movies in a comfortable “family room-like” atmosphere. The Student Centre has a canteen that provides food and other refreshments to residents while they participate in activities at the Centre.
LCBI’s gymnasium is one of the largest and best-equipped high school physical education facilities in Saskatchewan. It is configured with regulation-size basketball, volleyball and badminton courts, and provides considerable room for spectators. The Bison Fitness Centre, adjacent to the gym, adds to the attraction of this substantial athletic facility. LCBI has played host to five Provincial Volleyball Championships as well as numerous District, Conference and Regional Volleyball and Basketball Championships. In addition to sporting events, the gym is used as an auditorium for special events like graduation, homecoming and concerts.
The flags on the walls of the gymnasium represent the countries of origins of our alumni, from as near as the United states and as far away as Kuwait, Columbia, South Korea and Barbados.
The School Building consists of modern classrooms complete with Smart Board technology, a spacious study hall, a library resource centre, a state-of-the-art computer lab, and two large science labs.
Though LCBI first opened in 1911, a significant portion of the School Building is newly refurbished. LCBI added a science wing and computer lab space in 1998 and renovated the remainder of the complex.
The School Building is also home to LCBI’s administration offices.