About Julius Siebenga

Born in Ontario, Julius started teaching grade 6 and elementary PE in 1996 in a small Christian school in California. Within two years he was teaching high school US History (as a Canadian), heading up the PE program (K-12), and running the athletics program. In 2001 he was asked to move into administration and has been in school administration ever since, getting a Masters in Educational Leadership in 2006. Julius met Heidi in California and they started their family together there having three wonderful children. Although they miss the weather of California, the move to Abbotsford (in 2007) has been great for their family, and ACS is quite possibly the best school in the world for their kids! Julius aspires to see education turned on its head so that all kids will actually love learning K-12.
Apr 3, 2017

Crossing Borders

By | 2017-04-10T09:39:08+00:00 April 3, 2017|Admin Staff, Whole Child Education|

As a young boy, who was raised in Ontario, I remember taking multiple family vacations “to the west” to visit my grandparents in Lacombe, Alberta. On one of our trips, my parents decided to traverse the continent mostly in the US, taking in some sights along the way such as Mt. Rushmore, Yellowstone etc. However, READ MORE...

Feb 6, 2017

Top 11 Things You Hear on the Golf Course

By | 2017-02-16T15:42:15+00:00 February 6, 2017|Athletics, Relationships|

On an annual basis, during late January/early February, my father flies all of his boys (3 of us) and a son-in-law out to the Phoenix area for a long weekend of golf. This year was no exception. Not only was it a great weekend of golf with memories that came from this, but it was READ MORE...

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