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GRADE 8 PARENT INFORMATION EVENING

On Wednesday, November 16th at 7:00 p.m., St. Augustine CHS will be hosting our annual grade 8 parent information evening for students and their parents who are interested in attending our school in September 2023.   Some of the topics included in our presentation will be: an overview of the academic and cocurricular activities that our school has to offer, and the process for registering. ... Continue reading "GRADE 8 PARENT INFORMATION EVENING"

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St. Augustine Students win Gold at York Region Sci-Tech Fair

Following their gold medal finish in York Region Sci-Tech Fair, Brian Huang and Brian Li competed at the virtual Canada wide science fair in May. Their project answered the question “Are Masks ‘Masking’ Your Voice?” Both students and their teacher Ms. Tropea were recognized during the YCDSB Trustees meeting in June.

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St. Augustine Sr. Reach for the Top – York Region Champions

The senior Reach for the Top York Region champion team led by grade 12 student Elill Mathivannan, qualified for the Ontario provincials.  At the provincials, they showed their skill at trivia and quick response and won 3 out of their 5 games, which sent them to the first round of the Quarter Finals.  Unfortunately they weren’t able to secure a win in the Quarter Finals ... Continue reading "St. Augustine Sr. Reach for the Top – York Region Champions"

St. Augustine Drama Students Win Top Achievement

Congratulations Drama students on your top achievement for the student-written production Through Time at the National Theatre School Dramafest!

Through Time is a filmed play written by Grade 12 students Letitia Chui and Janice Yip. The cast and crew include a group of Grade 12 Drama production students, a group of Grade 10 Drama students and other supporting extra-curricular Drama students. The play ... Continue reading "St. Augustine Drama Students Win Top Achievement"

Business Banquet

Ms. Gianantonio’s BOH classes were excited to be able to host the annual Business Banquet. The students successfully organized a professional event that included keynote speakers, entertainment, a delicious meal, and numerous raffle prizes. This event is a perfect example of the real world learning that our students experience and they gain many important skills that last a lifetime. This was the first in person ... Continue reading "Business Banquet"

STREAM ARTS

STREAM – Our Department is proud to put the ”A” in STREAM Education at St. Augustine. Our projects are designed to encourage collaboration, multi-disciplinary learning, problem-solving, creativity. experimentation while discovering and celebrating our God-given talents. We take pride in the varied mediums we provide our students. This semester students melded traditional medium with new technology. Students created traditional Japanese Notans with paper and translated them ... Continue reading "STREAM ARTS"

St. Augustine Land Acknowledgement

The St. Augustine CHS Land Acknowledgement Committee finalized a statement that recognizes the treaty area where our school is situated. A special thank you to the following committee members for their time researching and developing our school land acknowledgement: students Lola Irelewuyi, Ahastan Surees, Chloe Wong, and teachers Ms. Pirrello, Ms. DeGregorio, as well as our Indigenous community partner Mim Harder.

St. ... Continue reading "St. Augustine Land Acknowledgement"

St. Augustine Graduating Class of 2022

Plans are now underway for an in-person graduation celebration for the class of 2022!

Graduation will be held on Tuesday, June28, 2022 @ 11:00 a.m. at Le Parc Dining and Banquet Hall, 8432 Leslie St., Thornhill, ON   L3T 7M6

Those students in the graduating class are reminded to book graduation photos (see details below) and to order a graduation gown using ... Continue reading "St. Augustine Graduating Class of 2022"

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COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures

The York Catholic District School Board worked closely with its partners at the Ministry of Education, York Region Public Health, and with Board staff to prepare for the return to school in September. By aligning our practices with their guidance, we are confident our schools will continue to be safe, inclusive places to learn and work throughout the 2022-2023 school year.

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