School hoists proof of an inspired space

If you find yourself walking through the foyer at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Kenora, make sure you take the time to look up.

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Quiet times for spiritual connections

There is a wave of calm spreading across Ontario Catholic schools, as students, teachers and administrators learn about and engage in Christian meditation.

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Celebrating a community’s cultures

On an evening in May, one school brought a whole community together.

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A festival of fantastic kids

The Ottawa Catholic District School Board knows its students are worth celebrating.

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Learning to believe you can succeed

Between her long-term foster kids and her own three children, Kim Finch-Ballance has spent a lot of time in her communities’ schools.

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From refugee to one of ours

Only a few weeks after Maria and her family arrived from Syria, she started school.

 

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An innovative approach to learning

How do you do more with what you have?

That’s the problem Jamey Robertson set out to solve with his colleagues at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic High School in Kenora two years ago.

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Showing our kids they’re picture perfect

Students across a school board will be able to enjoy a lesson that began in a single classroom at O’Gorman Intermediate Catholic School in Timmins.

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Students join the fight to raise awareness for Canada’s Indigenous women

It started with an artist in Winnipeg.

But Paul Sabyan, a visual arts teacher at St. Joseph’s College School in Toronto, thought the girls in his school would have much to learn from the Red Dress Project, an initiative started by Jamie Black to raise awareness about Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women.

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OCSTA 2016 Short Video Award Winners

Our schools participated in a short video contest telling the "Story Behind the Name of My Catholic School." The students worked very hard on these videos and we received over 200 entries from across Ontario

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