Please visit our guidance website (found under the ‘Students’ or ‘Our School’ tabs) for information and procedures on how to register your child to attend St. Augustine CHS for Grade 9!
At this time, St. Augustine Catholic High School is in the process of registering grade eight students for the grade nine Program that commences in September 2018. Many of you already have sons or daughters at St. Augustine Catholic High School and we know that you can appreciate the merits of your son’s/daughter’s education in a Catholic high school.
Take Our Kids to Work is the signature program of The Learning Partnership, a national charitable organization dedicated to supporting, promoting and advancing public education in Canada. Now in its 23rd year, Take Our Kids to Work annually involves more than 200,000 students in a day of career exploration and learning about the skills required in the world of work. On Wednesday, November 1, 2017, ... Continue reading "Take Our Kids to Work Wednesday, Nov. 1st"
An info night for Grade 11 and 12 parents, and Grade 11 and 12 students with motivational speaker BLAKE Fly and ST AUGUSTINE ALUMNI.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 23rd, 2017 IN THE CAFETERIA FROM 6:30PM-9:00PM
ST. AUGUSTINE’S VERY OWN ALUMNI are excited to talk to Grade 11 and 12 parents and students about heir journeys from past to present, their educational and career ... Continue reading "LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL"
St. Augustine C.H. S. is pleased to host 2 Info Evenings for parents and their grade 11 & 12 students on Weds. Oct. 4th and Weds. Oct. 11th from 7pm to 9pm. Please see list of Universities and Colleges attending.
Hope to see you there. No registration necessary.Wednesday, October 4, 2017 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
- Brescia University College ... Continue reading "Post Secondary Info Evenings"
School Boards across Ontario are demonstrating their commitment to Truth and Reconciliation by providing Land Acknowledgements that honour Indigenous Peoples and traditional lands. At the York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB), we echo the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) and the Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario (ACBO) in their response to the Calls to Action through the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.