Students at St. Paul C.S.S. wrote messages of love on hearts as part of a mural that displays love and inclusion in the school’s cafeteria.
This year, the Needs Moderate Communication Pirates at Philip Pocock C.S.S. qualified to participate in the 2023 Special Olympics Ontario School Championships in both soccer and bocce and placed 4th in bocce.
This past year, Silver Creek Outdoor Education Centre supported students in engaging in a variety of learning opportunities of ecological stewardship.
In May, a group of students from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel C.S.S. travelled to Whitehorse, Yukon to help prepare Braeburn Christian Summer Camp, visited St. Francis of Assisi C.S.S. and the Arctic Institute of North America’s Kluane Research Station.
On May 9, Major Antonio Gomez, a St. Martin C.S.S. graduate who is an active member of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and his flight crew arrived at the school in a RCAF CH-148 Cyclone helicopter and landed on the school’s sports field.
Cardinal Leger C.S.S. artists in the Grade 9 Expressions of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis Cultures class, created original drawings for the City of Brampton’s Climate Change Art Competition.
St. Marguerite d’Youville Catholic Secondary School’s Health and Wellness SHSM students visited Sheridan College Davis Campus for a tour of the state of the art nursing lab, the kinesiology lab and the pharmacy lab.