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Holy Family Catholic School
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​Quick Facts 
School Hours: 8:50 AM to 3:25 PM
Grade Distribution: JK to Grade 8
Student Enrollment: 150
 
About Our School
Holy Family Catholic School, built in 1972, has a total of  approximately 150 students, ranging from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8.  Students actively participate in numerous intramural and extracurricular activities.  The staff of Holy Family School is committed to providing a learning environment that fosters a positive self-concept for each individual child so that he/she may develop as a responsible Catholic in society.  Holy Family School services South of Trafalgar, East of Bow and Bancroft to Crumlin Rd.  For specific school boundary information, please contact the school’s principal or secretary.
 
Facilities 

  • 7 classrooms in the school for grades FDK – 8
  • Library with Computer Lab
  • Music Room
  • Gymnasium

 
Living Our Faith
The staff and students of Holy Family have many opportunities to pray and demonstrate their Catholic faith.  We have many celebrations school-wide as well as classroom liturgies.  We also have the celebration of the sacraments of First Eucharist and Reconciliation in Grade 2 and the Sacrament of Confirmation in Grade 8.  Holy Family School supports many charitable organizations including:

  • Make-A-Wish
  • United Way
  • Food drives
  • Cancer Society

Our youth ministry is also very active in our school and we continue to involve our students in social justice projects that give them a greater sense of community service.
 
Transportation Information 
No Buses – Designated as a Walk to School.

 
School Safety 
Holy Family participates in the Safe Arrival Program.  Students in grade 6 participate in the Values, Influences and Peers (VIP) Program.  Students in grade 7 may receive the HEROES program. There is a before and after school program for younger students available for working parents.  The school, school council, and student parliament are continually instituting initiatives to build resiliency in students and help them to take responsibility for their actions.  Safety patrollers are in place to assist students on safe arrivals and departures when crossing busy roads.  The parking lot is closed to ensure the safety of students.​​