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AWARD WINNERS OF THE PRESIDENTS’ COUNCIL OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP

Excellence in Leadership

It takes a student to recognize an exceptional student. Over the course of the academic year, the York Secondary Catholic Presidents’ Council has witnessed the triumphs of multitudes of creative  young leaders from across York Region. These students come from a rainbow of cultures and communities, but share one common quality – the spirit of Catholic Leadership. ... Continue reading "AWARD WINNERS OF THE PRESIDENTS’ COUNCIL OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP"

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WIND ENSEMBLE WINS GOLD AT MUSICFEST

Despite facing some initial adversity, the St. Elizabeth Wind Ensemble (mostly made up of Grade 9/10 Regional Arts Instrumental Students) performed to the best of their abilities and received the Gold Award at MusicFest – The Nationals. MusicFest is a prestigious, invite-only festival and the highest level of competition in Canada. Congratulations to the students for showing character, patience and professionalism as well as playing with

Indigenous Education Survey

The Ministry of Education is committed to improving Indigenous education in Ontario, improving student achievement and well-being, and closing the achievement gap between Indigenous students and all students. In 2007, the Ontario Ministry of Education launched the Ontario First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Education Policy Framework (the Framework). The Framework guides the Ministry of Education, school boards and schools as ... Continue reading "Indigenous Education Survey"

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WELCOME TO PROJECT FLOW

Gen Z never knew the world before the internet. Simply put, their world is connected.

In their world, everything you could ever need, everything you’ve ever wanted to learn about, anyone with expertise in an area of interest is one click away.

Technology, education and community are inseparable. This generation uses technology to find like-minded communities, a space where they are ... Continue reading "WELCOME TO PROJECT FLOW"

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