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Mission Statement

 



 

St. Ignatius Catholic High School is a Christ-centered school community which is characterized by respect for the sacredness of each person. The parents, staff, parishes and community are partners in the education of our students towards the goals of academic excellence and personal growth. Gospel values and the traditions and practices of the Catholic faith are integrated into the total curriculum, enhancing an awareness of God's presence in our lives.

 

 

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Announcements

  • LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY GRADE 11 DAY - PERMISSION FORMS DUE
    February 11 (click her for more information)

    PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY DAY, FAMILY DAY
    February 15

    GRADE 8 OPEN HOUSE
    February 17,  7:00 - 9:00 p.m (click here for more information)

    LAST DAY TO START A NEW COURSE
    February 19

    LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY GRADE 11 DAY
    February 19, 9:15 - 11:45 a.m.

    PINK SHIRT DAY
    February 24

    VOLUNTEER DAY
    March 2, condensed day with buses leaving at 12 noon 

    INTERIM REPORTS DISTRIBUTED
    March 4

    PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES
    March 9

    MARCH BREAK
    March 14 - 18 
    March Break Tours : Lakehead University (click here for more info
                                    Confederation College (click here for more info)

    LAST DAY TO CHANGE LEVELS
    March 29

    GRADE 10 OSSLT Literacy Test
    March 31 

      
    FALCONS GYM SCHEDULE  February 1st - 5th, 2016

    QUEBEC & MONTREAL TRIP 2016


                                  

    Dear Parents!

    The Thunder Bay Catholic School Board is pleased to now offer families the opportunity to pay for student activities, field trips, sports fees and hot lunches electronically for the 2015-16 school year. The new School Cash Online program will provide a convenient fee payment option that will save time, reduce paper, maintain a focus on instruction in the classroom and limit cash and checks in our schools. This improved efficiency also aligns with the District’s strengthened accounting practices.

    School Cash Online is offered by KEV Group Inc., an Ontario based company that has been our web based product for maintaining our schools’ fundraising transactions.   It is safe, secure and convenient.

    Parents are encouraged to participate and enjoy the 24/7 convenience of paying for their child’s school fees online. We are asking parents to please take 5 minutes to register, by following the registration steps attached.  Once you are registered online, you will begin receiving emails about upcoming events. 

    PLEASE NOTE: If you have any questions during the registration process or while shopping online, please select the SUPPORT option in the top right hand area of the screen.
     
    Many Thanks!

    Barry Quarrell
    Principal


    COURSE PLANNING
    2016/17 Course Calendar 

    CAREER CRUISING
    Using the Online Course Planner 
    Career Cruising Login 


    VOLUNTEER DAYS
     
    Students can find out about volunteer opportunities by checking the information areas in Student Services or http://volunteerthunderbay.com/ Volunteer hours will NOT count during the times the student is supposed to be in class.  For further information about the community involvement requirement, please click the link on the left. Community Involvement Form 

    NATIVE COUNSELLOR 

    THUNDER BAY HEALTH UNIT 
    The Health Unit only has records of vaccines given by Health Unit nurses. If your child has received a vaccine from a health care provider other than the Health Unit, please notify The Health Unit. REPORT YOUR IMMUNIZATIONS ONLINE by clicking here.

     

    THE CHILDREN'S CENTRE

    Parent Education Sessions


    UNIFORMS
    Please be advised that students must wear their uniform, black pants / shorts / skirts and crested tops or they will be sent home.

    ELECTRONIC DEVICES
    All electronic devices including cell phones and MP3 players are not allowed in the
    classroom as these items are disruptive.