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For over 100 years, LCBI has been governed by a Board of Regents. Many dedicated men and women with a passion for God — and for this institution — have served on the Board.

We are thankful for their faithfulness


Rev. Alex Parsons
Murray Nelson
Dr. Dan Glaeske
Kathryn Scott
Cliff Adelman
Karena Berggren
Karen Meagher
Bishop Susan Johnson
Dr. Harley Johnson
Kyle Halvorson
Rev. Daryl Olson


The constitution requires a Board of between five and eleven members.

Members of the Board bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the school. If you feel you have gifts to serve in this capacity, please let the Board know as it works to find new members. There are also a number of committees that operate with the Board, such as recruitment, finance, and marketing. The Board would welcome talking to you if you have interests and skills in these areas.

The Board of Regents continually keeps the motto of “We would see Jesus” in mind as it makes decisions. It is often reminded of the words on the plow that was used to break ground for the school: “The aim of the college is to provide an education which shall include as a distinctive and important element, the development of Christian character.” The plow, with these words, is now preserved in the school’s courtyard.

If you have any questions, comments or inquiries about the Board of Regents please email Wayne Hove president@lcbi.sk.ca

LCBI Committees

LCBI is blessed by the support of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in joining a committee or would like more information about the LCBI committee structure, please contact President Wayne Hove, president@lcbi.sk.ca


Jennifer Ridgewell
Leah Adelman
Todd Johnson



Murray Nelson
Victor Calvin
Shawn Follick
Scott Cannam

Scholarship and Bursary 

Curt Satre
Murray Nelson
Victor Calvin
Janet Hove



Our school provides an ecumenical environment where students are encouraged to develop their gifts as individuals while developing a sense of social responsibility and compassion for others.



Our students are instructed by fully accredited teachers who deliver courses recognized by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. All courses are completely transferable to other Canadian provinces, and can be used for entrance into Canadian and American universities.



We offer students countless extra-curricular opportunities. Our student athletes compete in various sports across the province. LCBI also has a strong fine arts program. Students participate in voice and piano lessons, mass choir, small group performances or drama productions.


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