Our mission is to serve students in a community that nurtures a living faith and provides a quality Catholic education that enables the individual to become a contributing member of the Church and Society.
Catholic education views human life as an integration of body, mind and spirit. Rooted in this vision, Catholic education fosters the search for knowledge as a lifelong spiritual and academic quest. The expectations of Catholic graduates, therefore, are not only knowledge and skills, but also values, attitudes and actions.
French and French Immersion
All students enrolled in our schools are taught to understand and communicate in French, both at the elementary and secondary school levels, based on French as a Second Language curriculum for Core French. We also offer a French Immersion Program with the aim of developing and refining students' ability to communicate in French, as well as to expand their knowledge of the language through the study of francophone texts. Click here for additional information.
Aboriginal Education Self Identification Information
Our goal of the voluntary, confidential, self-identification policy is to improve Aboriginal student achievement through specific program planning, targeted initiatives, resource support and the involvement of family and community in the life of the school. For more information please see our Aboriginal Education Brochure