It is sometimes difficult to find good news in today’s world.
Yet there are numerous stories of courage, good will, compassionand academic success in Ontario’s publicly funded Catholic schools.
Enjoy some good news from across Ontario.
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!.
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.
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.
Chloe Poirier has been battling cancer for 12 years and recently pulled off a victory — getting Kenora City Hall to recognize Childhood Cancer Awareness Week.
A teacher from St. Michael Catholic School showed the nation what it means to embody genuine goodwill when he won the Post Canada Search for Goodness, Teacher Edition prize.
The staff and students of Catholic Central High School were in perfect harmony when they won not one but two Harmony Education Foundation Awards.
While Notre Dame College School graduate Michael Jacques’ autism and intellectual disability means he can’t read or write, he hasn’t let that stop him from writing his first book.
The students and staff at Monsignor Doyle Catholic Secondary School are taking an inclusive approach to community outreach: one that helps both groups in need, and the students themselves.
Matthew Ho is an accomplished York Catholic District School Board student, who has been selected as the Board’s new Junior Student Trustee for the 2018-2019 school year.