The semester 1 examination schedule and procedures can be found by clicking here.
The Semester 1 I.B. examination schedule can be found by clicking here.
Please review the schedule and procedures prior to writing your first exam.
Students will write their Periods 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 exams in their regularly assigned classrooms.
All exams will commence at 8:45AM each day. Exams range from 1½ hours for grades 9 and 10 to 2 hours for grades 11 and 12.
Thursday, February 1 is Exam Review Day. Teachers are available to review exams in designated rooms from 8:25AM – 12:00PM and from 1:00PM – 2:27PM.
Buses will run at regularly scheduled times.
Parents of current IB students are invited to attend an IB information session for Grade 10 & 11 students in the St. Thomas Aquinas Theatre. The IB staff will provide information about CAS, Extended Essays, Exams, etc.
Grade 10 Parent Information Session – February 8 2018, 6PM to 7PM
Grade 11 Parent Information Session – February 21 2018, 6PM to 7PM
Students in grades 7–12!
MSAC is a group of 60 students from publicly funded schools all across Ontario who share their ideas and advice with the Minister of Education.
PLEASE APPLY! The council celebrates student diversity and seeks all perspectives and experiences.
Find out more at ontario.ca/speakup
Minister’s Student Advisory Council
Deadline is January 10, 2018
Matchmakers is online this year! Click here to access the survey. Deadline is Friday January 19.
Saturday Feb 3rd at 6:00 in the Parish Hall.
Cost is $5, includes Pizza, salad, coffee, tea, juice and dessert.
There will be a cash bar for wine and beer available.
You can form your own team of 4 – 6 people or join another team there.
Everyone is welcome for a fun and entertaining evening.
Tickets are available at the church on January 13th, 14th, 20th and 21st,
tickets can also be purchased at the door.
The proceeds will go towards the St. Dominic Youth Group Ministry.
Culminating Performance Tasks will begin for each course shortly. Please click here to view the schedule and find the dates for you culminating performance task.
What are SpeakUp Projects?
SpeakUp Projects are part of the Ministry of Education’s Student Voice strategy. Student Voice aims to promote student engagement and success in Ontario’s schools by listening to and learning from students.
Student Voice supports students in sharing ideas and collaborating with others to shape their educational experience. SpeakUp Projects grants of up to $2,500 are available to help students lead projects that make a difference in their schools.
SpeakUp Projects also support the government’s Renewed Vision for Education, Achieving Excellence by encouraging students to focus their project ideas on the core goals for education:
- Achieving excellence
- Ensuring equity
- Promoting well-being
- Enhancing public confidence.
These four goals are interconnected – success in one contributes to success in the others. When students share their ideas, gain skills and collaborate with school, staff and community partners to implement SpeakUp Projects, the whole education system can benefit.
For more information, click here or go to:
Grade 9 student Jack Kukolic is a finalist in two categories in the annual Capture Oakville Photography Contest open to all residents of Ontario. As a youth artist over the last few years, Jack has had the opportunity to work on a number of incredible projects, both within the field of photography/cinematography and outside of it. This has allowed him to grow and establish himself within the industry. You can learn more about Jack at https://www.jackkukolic.com.
Mid-term Report Cards were distributed to students on Thursday November 16. Please take some time to review your learning skills and marks. Reflect on your successes and consider what improvements you can make as you move towards the end of the school year.
Congratulation Jack and Jameson. Jack came 2nd in his solo competition and his 8-hand team came first as did his 4-hand team at the Eastern Canadian Irish Dance Championships. Amazing Results!