Where each child is encouraged to grow intellectually, physically, socially, aesthetically and above all, spiritually.
Because “promotion of the human person is the goal of the Catholic school,” Catholic education goes beyond the technical and practical aspects of schooling to help students integrate every area of knowledge within a Christian vision of the human person. The school recognizes that the physical, emotional, moral and spiritual dimensions of human development must tend to a personal synthesis of faith and life in each student. Growth in these areas prepares students for a life of service, building the Kingdom of God in society.
In Music class, students will develop their enjoyment, awareness, and appreciation of music. The music program covers all the Elements and Skills that encompass the study of music as outlined in the provincial Music Curriculum.
Students have the opportunity to participate in following:
Primary Choir Gr. 1-3
Intermediate Choir Gr. 4-7
Liturgy Choir Gr. 3-7
Sectional practice for Band students in Gr. 6-7
We are committed to educating the mind, the body and the spirit of each of our students. Physical education is an integral part of a child’s total education. Our curriculum is based on British Columbia’s Standards for Physical Education and incorporates strategies from other Catholic diocesan school systems.
Students have the opportunity to participate in:
Additionally, we provide enrichment programs throughout the year for all students.
Symbols are visual poetry.
It is common to discern deeper meaning from an image the longer one views it. Our theme visual for 2022-2023 could be explained this way:
The dove, a symbol of peace, represents the Holy Spirit. It can also remind us of the dove from Noah’s ark that went seeking safety, refuge, and a place for a new beginning. The Holy Spirit reveals all truth.
The cedar branch is a symbol of healing for Indigenous Peoples.
The circle, represents God, who has no beginning and no end.
The colours used can represent feelings and emotions: white is often considered a symbol of purity or joy, red, the colour we use at Pentecost and for the Holy Spirit, symbolizes love, green for new life and growth, and pink, another colour for joy that is used (at Gaudete and Laetare Sunday) for the third candle of the Advent wreath.
True reconciliation is realized when we are open to the truth and to healing. Let us invoke the Holy Spirit as we seek reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
Artwork provided by Stuart Pagaduan
The Catholic School strives to develop Christian leaders, responsible citizens and life-long learners.
Wednesday, 31 May 2023 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Gr 7 Confirmation
Friday, 02 Jun 2023 9:00 am - 10:00 am - School Mass
Monday, 05 Jun 2023 - Pro-D Day - No School
Wednesday, 14 Jun 2023 - Hot Lunch: Burger King + TCBY
Friday, 16 Jun 2023 - Fun Day - Noon Dismissal
Monday, 19 Jun 2023 - Report Cards due to the Office
Tuesday, 20 Jun 2023 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm - Gr. 7 Farewell Evening
Thursday, 22 Jun 2023 - Gr. 7 Farewell Evening
Tuesday, 27 Jun 2023 - Student Recognition & Final Assembly
Wednesday, 28 Jun 2023 - Last Day of School - 10:30am Dismissal
Tuesday, 05 Sep 2023 - School Reopens