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On May 12, 1965, members of the Smithers Canadian Reformed Church founded the Canadian Reformed School Society of Smithers. They began by organizing a Friday night school that started in November of the same year. Planning and fundraising also began, with the purpose of establishing a full-time school. Plans got a large boost when a family from the church donated a piece of land for the school. On September 27, 1969 the Ebenezer Canadian Reformed School officially opened its doors with 57 students and three teachers and has operated ever since. In 1971 the school grew to include children from parents who were members of the Houston Canadian Reformed church. By 1974 an addition was being planned and there were 102 students, five full-time teachers and one part-time teacher. In 1987 a Learning Assistance program was started.

In 2002 in response to developments in unity discussions between the Canadian and United Reformed churches the school society membership approved a change to the constitution to allow members of the United Reformed Church to become members of the school society.

Over the years there have been several additions the most recent being in 2009 and 2011. A new gym and conversion of the old gym into three classrooms is planned for 2015.

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