Good News Stories

It is sometimes difficult to find good news in today’s world.

Yet there are numerous stories of courage, good will, compassion
and academic success in Ontario’s publicly funded Catholic schools.

Enjoy some good news from across Ontario.

St. Mary’s High School Students Display Deep Compassion

Students at St. Mary’s High School displayed deep compassion and understanding when they recognized the residential school experience with an art display.

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Students perform at Stoney Creek Santa Claus Parade

Cardinal Newman Secondary School students got into the Christmas spirit when they performed at the 62nd annual Stoney Creek Santa Claus Parade.

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From Catholic school student to New York Times best-seller

Chef and former Lakeshore Catholic High School graduate Matty Matheson never thought “New York Times best-selling author” would be a title that he held.

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St. James students ensuring veterans remain remembered

Students at St. James Catholic High School in the Wellington Catholic District School Board have teamed up with the Guelph Legion to ensure that veterans are being properly remembered.

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Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School students invited to Carnegie Hall

The Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School senior concert band are taking their show on the road when they head to Carnegie Hall this February.

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Catholic school grad picked to illustrate Paul McCartney’s new book

St. Peter Catholic Secondary School graduate Kathryn Durst received an offer she couldn’t refuse when former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney asked her to illustrate his new children’s book, Hey Grandude!.

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Guelph Catholic School wins $25,000 Oak Tree prize

St. John Bosco Catholic High School in the Wellington Catholic District School Board was awarded a $25,000 prize to go towards their fight to address student hunger.

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St. Michael student to meet the Queen thanks to award-winning artwork

This Remembrance Day will be an unforgettable one for St. Michael Catholic Academy student Sonja Csik as she prepares to fly to London to meet the Queen of England.

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