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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
Bishop Reding students in the Electrical OYAP Dual Credit partnership with Sheridan College helped outfit the electrical needs of a home being built by the Habitat for Humanity Home Build in Milton in early November. Students who learned their craft were able to make a difference to the growth of home building that surrounds the […]
The Halton Skills Competition 2015! When The Halton Skills Competition will be held April 9, 2015 at Craig Kielburger Secondary School in Milton. The Skills Competition is an event where students from Grade 4 – 12 from the Halton District School Board and Halton Catholic School Board demonstrate their technical skills in a […]
On March 27, 2014, female students and staff members from Bishop P.F. Reding Catholic Secondary School attended the 10th annual Women as Career Coaches, hosted by the Halton Industry Education Council (HIEC). The event served as an opportunity to celebrate women who are role models to female youth, and to inspire all women to follow […]
Secondary female students in the Halton public and the Halton Catholic District School Board have the opportunity to explore the many programs available in the skilled trades, as part of the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP). The following video, Trying on the Trades, highlights the experiential learning programs in Halton, and the benefits of working towards […]