Learning, Achievement and Well-Being Fair

The wild winds didn’t stop approximately 75 parents from across Niagara from attending the Learning, Well-Being and Achievement Fair at Denis Morris Catholic High School on April 5. The event was hosted by the Niagara Catholic Parent Involvement Committee, and featured workshops focused on tips and tricks to help students succeed in mathematics and literacy, […]

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Niagara Catholic to Consolidate St. Charles, Monsignor Clancy Catholic Elementary Schools by 2020

More than a year ago, Niagara Catholic began the process of exploring the possibility of bringing together Thorold’s two Catholic elementary school communities under one roof. Following a very collaborative and transparent Pupil Accommodation Review process, in June 2017, the Board recommended consolidating the two schools at the Monsignor Clancy site, if funding for an […]

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Niagara Catholic Skills Competition

Niagara Catholic’s 15th Annual Technology Skills Competition took place at the Scotiabank Convention Centre March 6-7. Approximately 300 students participated in this year’s event, showcasing incredible skills in a variety of skills events, from automotive technology to website design. Thank you to the many partners who made this event happen, from the businesses and labour […]

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Blessed Trinity Graduate Earns Prestigious Provincial Award

Aaron Parry’s passion for social justice has earned him a prestigious Lincoln Alexander Award from the Province, and a $5,000 scholarship to put toward his education. The Blessed Trinity Catholic Secondary School graduate, who is currently studying Social Sciences at McMaster (on his way to a Combined Honours program in Anthropology and Indigenous Studies), was […]

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Niagara Catholic Technology Skills Competition Begins

The first three events in Niagara Catholic’s Technology Skills Competition took place on February 26 at Niagara College. The Culinary Arts and Baking events took place at the Niagara Food and Wine Institute at the Niagara-on-the-Lake campus, and Welding took place at the Rankin Technology Centre, which is located at the College’s campus in Welland. […]

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300+ Attend Pathways Speaker Summit at Club Roma

Only by wandering can we find new and exciting paths. Those wise words were spoken by Grade 5 student Jackson Pruyn at the opening of Niagara Catholic’s first-ever Pathways Speaker Summit called Truths Revealed. More than 300 students and their families attended the event, which took place at Club Roma February 6. The purpose of […]

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Julianne Miszk Inducted to Niagara Falls Sports Wall of Fame

To say that Julianne Miszk is an inspiration to those around her would be an understatement. Born with both physical and cognitive challenges, Julianne has refused to let those disabilities define her or those obstacles stop her from living her dream. She developed a love of swimming and running, and competed in the Para-Athlete division […]

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Denis Morris Student, Alumnus, Make Mark on World Hockey Stage

January has been an incredible month for one Denis Morris Catholic High School student and another alumnus. Early this month, graduate Conor Timmins (Class of 2016), wowed a (mostly) hometown crowd in Buffalo as part of the gold-medal winning Canadian Junior Hockey team. When the guys finished playing, the attention turned to Russia and the […]

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Niagara Catholic Celebrates the Class of 2035!

Forget Blue Monday! We had pink and blue (and yellow, and green, and red, and brown and you get the picture) Wednesday, here at the Catholic Education Centre, as we celebrate the newest members of our Niagara Catholic family during our annual Baby Day! Please enjoy a few photos from the day, and jump to […]

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St. Alexander Kindergarten Students Supporting Four-Legged Friends

It started off with a play hospital. As these things so often do, says Tracy Goodwin, the Kindergarten teacher at St. Alexander Catholic Elementary School in Fonthill, the patients went from human to the four-legged variety, with students playing veterinarian with their favourite stuffed friends. That led to a conversation about the various animals helped […]

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