Assumption’s very own, Ian Corbett, competes at the Canada Skills Competition!

Iain, who runs his own summer business, had a feeling he “placed top ten” and decided he would make the drive into Toronto just to see where he placed. As the announcer moved into the top 3 and Iain had not heard his name yet, he was a bit dejected but thought maybe he hadn’t […]

A Cardboard Race to the Finish Line!

Grade 7 and 8 students from Ascension, St. Andrew, St. Mary, Our Lady of Victory, St. Francis of Assisi and Queen of Heaven​ Catholic Elementary Schools recently participated in the Skills Ontario Cardboard Boat Race and Video Challenge. For over 20 years, Skills Ontario​ has promoted the skilled trades and technologies, and has hosted Cardboard Boat […]

7th Annual Student Success Conference

This past spring, the Halton Catholic DSB hosted its 7th Annual Student Success Conference at the Oakville Conference Centre. More than 1000 students, staff and parents walked in and explored a variety of career fields, volunteer opportunities, post-secondary and trade booths to help with their pathways planning. All participating schools were treated to a keynote […]

Halton Catholic Students Achieve Great Things at Skills Ontario Competition

From May 1-3, 2017, the Halton Catholic District School Board was thrilled to send 18 elementary and 12 secondary students to the Skills Ontario Competition at the Toronto Congress Centre. Earlier this year, students who advanced to Skills Ontario achieved top marks at the Halton Skills Competition, held in March of 2017. Skills Ontario is Canada’s largest […]

A ‘Taste’ of Niagara

On February 9th, grade six students from St. Michael, Lumen Christi and Holy Rosary (B) School took part in an Experiential Learning opportunity at Niagara College’s Niagara on the Lake campus. The purpose of the visit was to introduce our students to the opportunities provided by a college in close proximity to the Halton Region. […]

12 Volt News recognizes the hard work in building the Bishop Reding Spirit Car!

Project Eclipse has been recognized by Michael Van Horn, CEO of the United States company 12volt.com. 12 Volt specializes in vehicle customization and electronics and has been following the progress of the Bishop Reding Spirit Car. For the full article click here.

HCDSB Students Demonstrate Their Skills

During the months of April and May, over 200 students from our High School and Elementary School panels took part in the Halton and Ontario Skills Competitions. On April 5th, students competed in the Halton Skills Competition at Robert Bateman High School. Halton Skills is an event where students from Grade 4 – 12 from […]