Class Timetable


Grades 7-8
Homeroom
Period 1
Period 2
Period 3
Period 4
Lunch
Period 5
Period 6
8:00 - 8:05
8:05 - 8:55
8:58 - 9:48
9:51 - 10:41
10:45 - 11:35
11:35 - 12:15
12:20 - 1:10
1:15 - 2:05

Grades 9-12
Homeroom
Period 1
Period 2
Lunch
Period 3
Period 4
8:00 - 8:10
8:10 - 9:25
9:30 - 10:45
10:45 - 11:25
11:30 - 12:45
12:50 - 2:05



Department & Course Information

Follow the links below to access curriculum and teacher information. Teacher websites (where available) are also accessible through these links.

Main Office Information

 



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Learning Commons


The Learning Commons (library) provides students with access to print and non-print resources, including an On-line Public Access Catalogue, searchable electronic collections of periodical articles, and the Internet. To gain access to the Internet, students and their parent/guardian must sign the “Computer Use Agreement.”
  Students may use the library computers for word-processing as well as research and may save their work in their personal account on the school server. The computers must be used for school purposes only.

The library is open approximately 30 minutes before and 1 hour after school each day. The loan period for books is two weeks (14 days) with a 20-cent overdue charge per book per school day.

Library policies:

  • Quiet independent work or study
  • No food
  • Drinks are permitted
  • No book bags or backpacks

The library staff is available to assist students and staff with their  research projects. 

Teacher-Librarian: Chris Dorey

Library Technician: Loryan Wigmore


To book your class into the LC: Call or email.


Red Maple and White Pine Reading Club

The program is organized by the Ontario Library Association where each year 10 books by Canadian authors are selected for both high school (white pine) and intermediate (red maple) students. Students can qualify for a certificate in the end by reading at least 5 of the 10 selections. Those students along with others all over Ontario are also eligible to vote for the winner of best book for that year. 

The club meets each week to discuss a new book. Students are encourage to attend and be a part of the discussion even if they haven't read that weeks selection.

Goals of the Reading Club:

  • to promote reading for enjoyment among high school students
  • to make students aware of quality Canadian young adult books
  • to provide opportunities for students to discuss the nominated titles in an authentic manner

Graduation Information







STP Auditorium


The St. Paul Auditorium has seating for up to 745 people.

A full diagram and seating chart 

To book our Auditorium, visit our board site here.