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Graduation Rates at Catholic Board Exceed Provincial Average
05/11/2017
The Ministry of Education recently announced that the province-wide graduation rate has increased to an all-time high of 86.5 per cent.The Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board's (SMCDSB) graduation rates have exceeded the provincial average once again this year, with a 5-year graduation rate of 88.8 per cent.
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Prestigious Award for Local School Board Official
05/05/2017
Last evening, the Ontario Association of School Business Officials (OASBO) awarded Glenn Clarke, Controller of Plant from the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board (SMCDSB), with its most prestigious recognition.
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WHAT'S HAPPENING

  • Dual Credit Success Story: Joey GiovannoneOne of the amazing programs that the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board offers to students is the Dual Credit program. Dual Credit is a course where students receive a college and high school credit at the same time and ...
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  • Patrick Fogarty Students Replace Vandalized Cross“Being at a Catholic school, this is definitely what we are all about — helping our community,” says Bridget Healy, a student at Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School in Orillia. That’s exactly what the Grade 11 and 12 special ...
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  • SMCDSB Partners to Put Helmets on KidsHelmets on Kids is a community partnership started by the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association in 2002 that strives to put a helmet on the head of every child who needs one and provide education and awareness about bicycle helmet saf ...
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  • Dual Credit Success Story: Brandon ReidOne of the amazing programs that the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board offers to students is the Dual Credit program. Dual Credit is a course where students receive a college and high school credit at the same time and ...
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  • Simcoe Muskoka Skilled Trades Expo Open to PublicAfter much success of the 2016 Skilled Trades Expo, this year’s event is expected to be nothing less. The Simcoe Muskoka Skilled Trades Expo is an interactive, hands-on experience, of the various skilled trades opportunities that ...
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  • Semi Formal
    St. Peter's Semi Formal Brightens up the NightOn Friday April 28, St. Peter’s Catholic Secondary School in Barrie lit up the night as their “Semi Formal” dance started. So many Panthers were excited for the night ahead of them! ...
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  • Requesting Your Input - Renewing the PromiseWe want to hear from you about Catholic education in Ontario! “Renewing the Promise” is a dialogue. ...
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  • Tanzania
    The Importance of TodayMay 3rd is finally here. And what is so important about May 3rd you ask? It is the day when 15 students and three staff members from St. Dominic Catholic School in Bracebridge begin their adventure to change the world. ...
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  • Cemetary
    Journey of a LifetimeWe arrived at the Bergen Op Zoom Cemetery. The white tombstones were evenly spaced in neat rows. I walked down the middle of the field, and was overwhelmed by all of the Canadian lives lost for our country. ...
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  • Student praying
    A Special Week at St. Thomas AquinasMay 1-5 is Catholic Education Week, and St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School (STS) in Tottenham is celebrating with several exciting activities in order to rejoice in the gift of Catholic Education. ...
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  • Students as Researchers Present at Ministry of EducationRepresentatives from two Students As Researchers (StAR) teams from the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board presented their research at a provincial symposium on Wednesday, April 26. ...
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  • Bradford Students Participate in Mock Train CrashWhat better way to educate our teens about distracted driving than to have them participate in a mock crash in their very own community. That’s exactly what happened on Tuesday, April 25. Students and staff from Holy Trinity Catho ...
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  • Vimy
    Passing the Torch of RemembranceAfter a voyage through battlefields and historical monuments in Italy, 32 students and teachers from Jean Vanier Catholic High School in Collingwood travelled to the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge ceremony. ...
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  • Dual Credit Success Story: Julia SutherlandOne of the amazing programs that the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board offers to students is the Dual Credit program. Dual Credit is a course where students receive a college and high school credit at the same time and ...
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  • Students to Compete at Legion's Public Speaking ContestAfter months of competition, two students from Father F.X. O’Reilly Catholic School in Tottenham and St. James Catholic School in Colgan, have advanced to the high school level of competition in the Royal Canadian Legion’s public ...
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  • St. Mary's Students Become Coding Teachers for the DayEarlier this month, St. Mary’s Catholic School students in Collingwood welcomed visitors including students and staff from other schools, Trustee Shawn Cooper and Superintendent Jane Dillon-Leitch to experience an afternoon of cod ...
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  • Maple Leafs Give St. Ann's Student a VIP BirthdayThe Toronto Maple Leafs may be tough, but 11 year-old fan Joshua Landriault has certainly proven his strength over the past months. The St. Ann’s Catholic School student from Midland has been a long time hockey and lacrosse enthus ...
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  • Having the "Time of Their Lives" at St. Peter's!Students at St. Peter's Catholic Secondary School in Barrie were having the "time of their lives" as they created their music video "J'aime Parler le Français" ...
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