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St. James Catholic Global Learning Centre
"Serving in the love of Christ."
  • St. James Catholic Global Learning Centre
  • 98 Wanita Road
  • Mississauga ON, L5G 1B8
  • Phone: 905.891.7619
  • Fax: 905.278.6539
  • Principal: Brian Diogo
  • Vice Principal(s):
  • Superintendent: Charles Blanchard
  • Trustee:
  • (Ward N/A)
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St. James Catholic Global Learning Centre Important Updates

2014-2015 School Year 

"We, the Catholic Community of St. James, are called and committed to foster an environment where our students will grow intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally to become responsible life long learners and respectful members of a diverse society."
The Staff of St. James CGLC

Please note: The new Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) prevents us from e-mailing our school community until we can obtain their consent. Please check our website regularly for announcements and news.


Daily Events/ Activities for our students

Week of September 29-October 3

Activities/ Events

Saint of the Day

Learn more about the saints

Walking Together and Sharing Our Story




 St. Michael the Archangel


Opening the Scriptures


Picture Day!  SMILE!!!!!

Pizza Day- $3.00 per slice (cheese or pepperoni).  Simply send in money with your child.

Faith Virtues Assembly @ 2:35 in gym

St. Jerome - (331-420)


Welcoming Others to the Table


Welcome to October

October's Leaner Profile Attribute is Balanced

October's Virtue is Empathy





St. Therese of Lisieux - (1873-1897)


Recognizing Jesus in the Breaking of the Bread





St. Leger- (615-679)

Image of St. Leger

Proclaiming the Good News

Terry Fox Run/ Walk

1:15 p.m. assembly in gym followed by community walk


St. Ewald & Ewald- (d. 695)

Image of St. Ewald & Ewald


Virtue of the Month

(St. James CGLC Peace Garden in the west yard)

September - Faith
Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen (Heb. 11:1) 
 In September we celebrate the virtue of  Faith. God made us to live together as a family community.

 A person of Faith...
*Knows the saving story of our Christian faith
* Speaks the language of life
* Prays and worships God

Attributes and Virtues displays from our front hall

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