See The Problem, Be The Solution Student Contest

The Halton Regional Police Service, in collaboration with the Halton Region, Halton District School Board, Halton Catholic District School Board and independent schools in the area have joined forces to recognize the importance of creating safe and inclusive communities. The Give Respect ~ Get Respect Movement encourages Halton Catholic students to spread the message of kindness, respect and healthy relationships, inviting all to “join the movement!” As part of the movement, students are invited to participate in the Halton Catholic … Continue reading

Burlington’s Tobin Delivers Outstanding Long Program to Finish Fifth at Nationals

The first jump is always critical in setting the tone for a program, but never more so than it was Amanda Tobin at last week’s national skating championships in Halifax. A fall on her opening jump in the short program had made her hesitant throughout the rest of her skate and her performance suffered. Beginning her long program the following day, Tobin wouldn’t have much time to think about it. Her most difficult element, a double Axel, triple toe combination, … Continue reading

2016-17 Minister’s Student Advisory Council

Applications are now open for students in grades 7 – 12! The Minister’s Student Advisory Council (MSAC) is a group of approximately 60 students who come from publicly funded schools all across the province. Members share their ideas and advice with the Minister of Education on a variety of topics about our publicly funded education system. The council celebrates student diversity and seeks all perspectives and experiences. Application deadline is March 11, 2016. Visit us on Facebook Minister’s Student Advisory Council 2016/17 Application … Continue reading

Important Immunization Information for Grade 12 Students

Healthy Kids Community Challenge Burlington

Burlington is one of forty-five communities across Ontario taking part in Ontario’s Healthy Kids Community Challenge. The Healthy Kids Community Challenge unites communities with a common goal: promoting children’s health through physical activity and healthy eating. The focus is on children 0-12 and their families. You are invited to join the conversation and help create healthy changes in your neighbourhood. Please click here for further details. … Continue reading

Cross Boundary and Non-Resident Applications due by February 15th

Parents that are requesting 2016-2017 School Year Cross Boundary/Non-Resident status for their child/ren must submit their applications to the school office by February 15th, 2016. Please note that each request will be judged on its own merit. Parents will begin to receive response letters in mid-May. Parents who currently have cross boundary/non-resident status within our school must have the request renewed on an annual basis. The request for renewal of Cross Boundary/Non-Resident application should be submitted to the school office … Continue reading

All students enrolled in ENG3U semester Two

All students enrolled in ENG3U semester 2 2016 are invited to see a theatre production of “Red” at Theatre Aquarius on Feb. 10th. Permission forms will be handed out Mon. Jan 18th.. Due to the date of the trip you are required to bring in the permission form and $7 by Jan. 28th. Payment can be made online. The first 80 students will receive a ticket. For information or a form – go to the English workroom. … Continue reading

CEMC Workshop in Computer Science for Young Women

The CEMC Workshop in Computer Science for Young Women was designed to encourage young women considering computer science as a career for the first time. It is a unique opportunity designed to ignite enthusiasm for computer science in interested female students from across Canada who have had little or no previous exposure to computer science. The young women invited learn that computer science is about much more than using and programming computers. Through lectures, labs and hands-on activities, the workshop … Continue reading

Canada Day Challenge

The 2016 Canada Day Challenge was launched this week! The Challenge will be a great opportunity for Canadian youth between 8 and 18 years of age, inviting them to express their creativity. We invite Canadian youth to start thinking about the Challenge now and how they can demonstrate your pride in Canada. We have three exciting categories: DRAW IT! Draw, paint, and sketch! Youth can draw inspiration from Canada’s past and present to create a colourful poster design. SNAP IT! … Continue reading