WELCOME to Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School
where students aspire, learn and grow in faith.
Get Ready Program!!
This is a free 15 hour Numeracy and Literacy program that will be delivered by Robert F. Hall teachers and will run from Monday, August 29 until Wednesday, August 31.
*All incoming Grade 9 students are welcome.
*Please bring the Registration form on the first day.
*Attend One day or all three.
*No Uniform needed (until September 6)
*The program will run from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm
*Bring your Lunch
*Transportation from St. Andrew Catholic Elementary School, Orangeville - Pick-up at 8:30 and Drop-off 1:30.
Please bring the Registration form on the first day.
Click here for information.
Click here for Registration forms.
Grade Nine Orientation is Thursday, September 1, 2016
9:00am to 2pm (approx.)
Gr. 9 students are to bring their Dudley locks for their lockers.
We will provide lunch.
Grade Nine We are One Retreat - September, 2016
We Are One Retreat Information
Grade 9 Retreat Permission Form
Grade 9 Retreat Health and Safety Form
Grade 9 Retreat Credit Card Payment Form
RF Hall Jazz Band Plays the Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival!
(see more here)
Video of Performance
The junior girls soccer season ended with a record of 7 wins and one tie to become the 2016 ROPSSAA champions. After 80 minutes of regular play and two 10 minutes of overtime, the game was determined by penalty shots. Hall's goalie Paris Rodrigues dove across the net to save the first two Loyola shots. Your WolfPack players Keara Scott, Alissa Power, Seleste Ayala and Brooke Sullivan made no mistake as they all scored to end the game in 4 shots.
Coaches Fitzpatrick, Slokar and VanHeukelom would like to congratulate the players for an exciting season.
Congratulations to our principal Mr. Wisnicki for receiving the Dufferin Youth Festival of the Arts Award of Excellence in the Arts.
Click here to read the speech honouring Mr. Wisnicki
North-South Awareness Project (N.S.A.P).
Social Justice trip to Santa Julia, Nicaragua by Robert F. Hall Catholic High School students January 28 to February 7, 2016.
Refuge 4 Refugees
The RF Hall Community is very grateful for the generosity and compassion of our students, staff, parents and Scotia Bank for the support in our refuge sponsorship. A small but dedicated group of students created the "REFUGE 4 REFUGEES" committee and worked since October with St. Anthony of Padua parish in Brampton to assist in refugee sponsorship.
Boris Kindeke spoke to the school community on Wed. Feb. 17. His story was powerful and moving. Together with the help of Scotia Bank (donating $2000.00) parents, staff and students, we have been able to give a generous donation of $7257.00 for the refugee sponsorship.
RF Hall puts Catholic Social Teaching into practice by setting a preferential option for the poor. Thank you for being Christ's hands and Christ's feet in the world.
RF Hall Summer Renovation Information
Remembrance Day Ceremony
Academic Awards Night 2014-15
The Sweet Life Road Show - RF Hall on CTV News Barrie
Student Voice Video
Catholic Graduate Expectations at Robert F. Hall
How to View Yearbook Videos
Personal Electronic Device Web Notice
Personal Electronic Device User Agreement
Student Transportation Information:
Transportation Newsletter 2016 (new)
2016-17 Public Budget Consultation - Letter to Parents
Safe @ Robert F. Hall - Online Reporting Tool
Students can now report any negative incidents that affect their well-being and/or the well-being of our school community by using our new Online Reporting Tool. The incident may be one that either you have witnessed or experienced yourself. If you have any questions, please be sure to talk to an adult you trust.
The Power of an Hour - Volunteer today to be an In-School Mentor
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel in collaboration with the Dufferin-Peel District School Board matches elementary girls and boys with a caring adult mentor. Matches meet for one hour each week during school hours and on school property to share in fun activities. The result - increased self-esteem, better grades and improved relationships with family and peers. Children are in need of a mentor in schools in your area. Volunteer today! Call 905-457-7288 or visit www.bbbspeel.com
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