We are a Catholic School system, called to work in partnership with home, parish and community, on our journey to understand and live the way of Jesus Christ. We are committed to excellence in Catholic education and to lifelong learning, so that those with whom we journey may become caring and contributing citizens in a world of constant challenge.
Our Catholic faith is made visible in all subject areas through the infusion of Catholic Social Teachings, virtues and gospel values into daily learning experiences. The Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations guide the learning journey for all students.
Curriculum Policy Documents in Religious Education and Family Life Education
Fully Alive (Elementary Family Life Education)
Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations
At St. Michael Catholic School we put our Faith into Action every day . We are called as servants in our faith to create and and engage in a faith-filled community through our actions and words. Our staff has adopted the 'You are my beloved child with whom I am well-pleased' (Mark 1:11) as our belief statement. All individuals are created in the image of God, and we believe that all are beloved children of God. All classroom programs are grounded in faith. Building relationships is at the heart of our school community, as is a welcoming and inclusive school culture. Our parish priests, Fr. Whalen and Fr. Brian, visit our classrooms weekly and we attend Mass each month as a school community. Students are involved in our school Masses and we have an active school choir.
Fr. Brian lighting the candles on our Advent wreath during a weekly school liturgy.