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Mailing address:

Energetic Learning Campus
9708-93 Avenue
Fort St. John, BC  V1J 6J8

Phone: 250-263-9855

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Our philosophy:

ELC staff are committed to building a positive school culture, leading to a positive learning atmosphere to benefit all students’ academic needs.  The ELC program is designed for all types of learners.  Our high expectations for student achievement set the foundation of a rigorous academic program.  We also value the collaborative culture created here at our campus, where facilitating the accomplishments of our student body is our top priority.  Dedicated and responsive staff promote a culture where ‘fitting in’ means caring about your work and treating others with respect.  We believe excellence in education includes excellence as a human being – we value our close-knit community and its contribution to student success.



Biographies of some staff members:

Lori Coulter – Vice Principal

Lori is from a small town in Central Alberta – Rimbey. She received her Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta with a PE major and a business minor. She completed her Masters in Leadership from Gonzaga University. Lori only planned to stay in FSJ for two years but has been here for 30! She has taught at Dr. Kearney, NPSS and was vice-principal at Charlie Lake Elementary. Lori loves spending time with her family, husband Trevor and two kids, Tori and Tyler. She is a die-hard Calgary Flames fan and enjoys golfing in the summer. Lori has spent many years coaching volleyball and basketball at the school and club levels.

Phil Hiscock – Teacher

Phil is an Islander at heart, being born and raised on Vancouver Island. Phil loves hockey, motocross, rugby, snowboarding, surfing, football, reading, working out and being outside. He played Rugby at his high school, Dover Bay and junior hockey in the BCHL for Nanaimo and Powell River. He has a Masters in Education and a degree in Human Kinetics. Phil is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and runs Best Performance Sports Training. Best Performance works with local hockey players and other athletes to help maximize their performance in their sport. Phil is part of the project-based learning team, teaching Math and Science. He is also in charge of the Hockey Program at the Energetic Learning Campus.  Look for Phil to bring the pain and challenge you physically and mentally at the ELC.

Jerrick Salinas – Teacher

Jerrick Salinas was born in the Philippines and moved to Canada at the early age of four. He attended Dr. Kearney and graduated from North Peace Secondary School. Jerrick’s passions are hunting, fishing, and being outdoors. He is a loyal Vancouver Canuck fan who loves to play hockey, basketball, badminton, volleyball, softball, martial arts, and dodgeball. Jerrick teaches Socials Studies and PE.

Mike Fowler – Teacher  

Mike is a prairie boy who spent the majority of his growing up years in Saskatoon. Mike loves travelling, reading, working out, and doing anything active. He also loves to spend time with his wife, Chantelle, and his three daughters. Mike earned a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education at the University of Saskatchewan and recently completed a Master’s degree in Organization Leadership from Royal Roads University. He became a teacher because he believes that education is a cornerstone of any healthy democracy and that the more we learn about something, the more we want to learn about it. With this in mind, Mike is excited to teach a foreign language class: mathematics. Mike is continually focused on optimizing his performance in all areas of his life (father, husband, friend, teacher, and coach) and hopes to inspire others to do the same.

Wendy Giesbrecht – Learning Assistant Teacher

Wendy likes to connect with students over anything academic and give a little push where motivation is lacking. Wendy also likes to run outdoors when the weather is nice and races marathons once a year in the spring. She has a teacher husband and two daughters who are working on their post-secondary education at Trinity Western University. When at home, Wendy experiments with a little chicken farm and likes planting and growing things, especially trees and veggies, flowers and cereal grains. In the winter, she carves out ski trails in the back 40, bakes, and looks for Hallmark movies on satellite TV.

Andre Lagace – Teacher 

Andre grew up in Kingston, Ontario. He attended the University of Guelph and obtained an Honors Degree in Human Kinetics. After a couple of years of working, he decided to become a teacher. He attended the University of Windsor to obtain his Bachelor of Education. In 2008, he began his teaching career in the small town of Dease Lake, B.C. He spent 8 years in Dease Lake and moved to Fort St. John in 2017 to join the ELC team teaching Math, Science and Outdoor Ed. Aside from teaching, Andre has a wife and two young daughters. In his spare time, he likes to keep active playing hockey, basketball, golf and just about any other sport. He also enjoys the outdoors and is an avid hunter and fisherman.