The St. Elizabeth Community would like to congratulate all of our 2020 Graduates. We would also like to thank Joy Gideon and Christine Nguyen, our 2020 Class Valedictorians, for their diligent work. They have represented their classmates well. Please take this opportunity to view their valedictory address. We wish all of our Graduates all the best and we hope to see them at the ceremony ... Continue reading "2020 VALEDICTORY ADDRESS"
In an effort to continue to enhance the customer experience and also under the direction from the Provincial Government, the DGN Kilters retail stores will be implementing an Appointment Booking Model effective upon the re-opening of our stores in July.
As they prepare to reopen their stores, the health and well-being of their customers remain their top priority. All DGN Kilters stores are ... Continue reading "DGN KILTERS UNIFORM 2020 – APPOINTMENT BOOKING"
Here is a message from our Senior Student Trustee Matthew Ho to the Class of 2020. Please click on the link below.
As a Catholic community, we will be blessing our grade 12 students with a virtual mass given by Father Peter Choi from St. Andre Bessette Roman Catholic Church. Many thanks to Father Peter Choi for celebrating all that God has given in the last four years of life and study. This ‘journey like no other’ is not only that of this ‘one of a kind’ ... Continue reading "GRADUATION MASS STREAMED LIVE FROM ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER PARISH on Tuesday, June 23 at 7:00 p.m."
Greetings Grade 12 Students and Parent/Guardians:
As you already know, our Graduation Ceremony has been rescheduled to Thursday October 15, 2020 from 4:30 – 10:00 p.m. at the Paramount Conference & Event Venue located at 222 Rowntree Dairy Road in Vaughan. The viability of this tentative date will be based on Public Health Protocols ... Continue reading "IMPORTANT GRADUATION 2020 INFORMATION"
Congratulations to students and staff who were nominated for this year’s York Secondary Catholic Presidents’ Council Awards for Outstanding Leadership. Please click on the caption to view award winners.
Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s) and Students:
Due to the requirements of physical distancing during this pandemic, graduation ceremonies will take a different form this year. In every Catholic school, the marking of graduation always includes a special Mass. This year, Cardinal Thomas Collins invited you, your family and teachers, to join him virtually for a Mass celebrating the Class of 2020 for all Catholic schools ... Continue reading "CARDINAL THOMAS COLLINS CELEBRATING GRADUATION MASS 2020 ON TUESDAY, JUNE 16TH AT 10:00 AM"
Congratulations to St. Elizabeth CHS graduates Olivia DeCiantis and Alisa Trubyuk for signing contracts with the York University Lions ice hockey and volleyball teams respectively. This year, DeCiantis played a major role on the St. Elizabeth varsity boys hockey team, while Trubyuk was recently named varsity girls volleyball team MVP. Alisa was an assistant coach for the varsity boys volleyball team ... Continue reading "CONGRATULATIONS TO TWO STUDENTS SIGNING CONTRACTS WITH YORK UNIVERSITY"
Lisa Wood, Program Coordinator for the CMHA York-Simcoe Branch, has created a Youth Mental Health presentation including resources and offering methods of mental health help for youth within the community. Please click on the link below for presentation.
Greetings! We hope you and your family are doing well. This is an important message from St. Elizabeth Catholic High School regarding a wonderful NEW Kickstart program for all grade 8 students going into grade 9 in September. Due to Covid-19, we will be offering our programming via a Distance Learning format.
Your child can earn a ... Continue reading "ST. ELIZABETH CHS INTRODUCES NEW KICKSTART PROGRAM FOR GRADE 8s"
Education Minister Stephen Lecce announced that all publicly-funded schools will remain closed until the end of the school year. This extension was based on expert advice from the Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health and health officials on the COVID-19 Command Table, and is part of the government’s ongoing effort to stop the spread of the virus.
As a result, ... Continue reading "COVID19 SCHOOL CLOSURE UNTIL END OF SCHOOL YEAR"
TO ALL STUDENTS AND PARENTS: Please view letter regarding information for Phase 2 – April 6. Please click on the caption to view letter.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and under the order of the Government of Ontario, all publicly funded schools in Ontario will be closed to May 31, 2020.
As a result of this order, DGN Kilters will respectfully close our retail locations and cancel our Tuck Truck service to ... Continue reading "DGN KILTERS NOTICE"
By: Anna Adamis
As the Lenten season approaches, our community here at St. Elizabeth Catholic High School prepares through prayer, liturgies, and spending time with family and friends. However, it is the International Languages Council’s job to celebrate and acknowledge all of the memorable events leading up to Lent that make up the Carnaval season! During the last week of February, our council ... Continue reading "CARNAVAL 2020 @ ST. EZ! SPECTACULAIRE!"
David Calabrese from Maple, ON, is a grade 12 student at St. Elizabeth CHS with a dream to play professional baseball. ... Continue reading "DAVID CALABRESE EARNED ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS"He is currently in his 5th year with the Ontario Blue Jays, Canada’s premier amateur baseball program. He has earned an athletic scholarship to further his academic and baseball career at the University of Arkansas. Arkansas is a perennial NCAA Division I powerhouse
Dear Parent(s)/Guardians) and Students: Please click on the caption for update on 2018-2019 Yearbooks.
Mr. Schincariol’s SPH4U students continue to create interesting CPT projects that bring to life many physics concepts. Shown here is Valentina Sanchez, Vanessa Giglio and Veronica Romano, standing behind their roller coaster that featured a motorized lift and flashing lights. Other projects included a home-made Go-Kart that used a show blower engine and a medieval trebuchet that launched projectiles across the soccer field. Mr. Schincariol ... Continue reading "ROLLER COASTER CPT PROJECT"
The science department congratulates grade 12 student, Leslie Zhu for an excellent result in the World wide online physics competition held by the University of McMaster on December 4 and 5, December, 2019.
TOUR OF THE WORLD – by: Anna Adamis
On Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29, the students and staff of St. Elizabeth Catholic High School were in for a treat as International Languages Council kicked off their first Tour of The World event!
This event consisted of two days of multicultural activities, snacks, and trivia about different countries ... Continue reading "TOUR OF THE WORLD"
On Tuesday, December 3, 2019, the grade 11 and 12 French students had the fantastic opportunity to take their French learning downtown to see the Ontario-based show, Les Zinspirés. To complement the holiday season, they visited the Toronto Christmas Market after the show for a scrumptious lunch.
Les Zinspirés consisted of five pieces that ... Continue reading "FRENCH STUDENTS INSPIRED BY LES ZINSPIRES"
On November 1st, St. Elizabeth Catholic High School hosted the University / College Fair. Photos are shown below.
Renown Canadian Comic Book Artist DAVID ROSS Visits With Grade 12 RAP Visual Arts Class.
Mr.David Ross has worked for both MARVEL and DC COMICS for the last 2 decades. Some of his dynamic projects include:
“ Spiderman * Daredevil * Batgirl * Captain America * Star Trek * Star Wars * and Cat Woman.
Our office is closed and will reopen on Monday, August 19th. We will process new student registrations at that time.
If you have admissions related questions, are New to Canada and need to book an assessment, would like to register a child for elementary school, or would like to order a transcript, please call our Board office at ... Continue reading "IMPORTANT INFORMATION RE REGISTRATIONS AND NEWCOMERS TO CANADA"
One of St. E’s grade 12 student is using her auto class to refurbish bikes for Attawapiskat !
Please view the link below.
Below is the Catholic School Council Fundraising Letter. It outlines a step-by-step process to donate.
The student uniform consists of the following:
- A short-sleeved or long-sleeved golf shirt – with the school crest
- School sweater with school crest – this school sweater must be worn over the golf shirt
- Black dress pants with the school crest (located on the pant leg)
- Black soles ONLY and ... Continue reading "PLEASE REVIEW UNIFORM POLICY WITH YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER"
A Reminder to all St. Elizabeth Students – lockers should be cleaned out and all locks should be removed before the summer. Any locks that remain on lockers after Monday, June 25 will be cut; the contents will be thrown in the garbage.
If you want to avoid paying for another school lock next year – please clean out your lockers and take ... Continue reading "REMINDER"
CONGRATULATIONS go out to Daphne on her impressive GTA Regional FIRST PLACE win at the biogenius CA Competition. Daphne worked with York University Engineering looking to determine the effectiveness of Neuro Protective Drugs in Parkinson’s disease. Also, a shout out to Mr. Sax for his guidance.
Please view ctv news clip below.
As you know, staff and administration have been closely monitoring the student uniform.
If you need to purchase uniform items for your child, you can visit our uniform supplier, DGN Kilters which is located at 1500 Bonhill Road, Mississauga, Ontario or via the Tuck/Uniform Truck (please visit our website for bi-weekly Tuck Service times.)
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"
TO: Parents and Students
The vivaNext rapid transit project in the Bathurst & Centre area is well underway and , with the arrival of Spring, construction activities are gearing up. VivaNext rapid transit projects are carefully planned to manage construction and maintain traffic flow as much as possible. As infrastructure projects are quite visible and impactful, attached is a newsletter to keep the ... Continue reading "STAY INFORMED…vivaNext"
Recent events in Canada and the United States have ignited discussion and action focused on the experiences of anti-Black racism. The work needed to dismantle anti-Black racism is complicated, and differentiated depending on our own identities. It will require us to be committed to supporting each other and holding each other accountable.