We congratulate our Crusader’s Cross Country team for a fantastic performance at Bruce’s Mill on Friday, October 13th. Our team showed great skill, determination, and sportsmanship throughout the entire season and represented our school so well at the Meet. A special congratulations to Frankie H. and Sofia M. for earning top finishes allowing them to qualify for the Board Tournament on October 19th. Go Crusaders ... Continue reading "Cross Country Success"
While the Blue Jay Season may have come to an end, we look back with great appreciation at the 2016-17 school year; in particular the wonderful performance of the national anthem by our very own St. Cecilia Choir!
St. Cecilia’s Catholic School Council is happy to introduce an online, paperless, cashless ordering system to ensure accuracy with this year’s orders and to make the process as easy for everyone as possible. Please go to stcecilia.hotlunches.net to register and consult the school generated email sent out to each family on October 11th for further instructions.
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, we reflect on the many blessings in our lives. In that light, Luke 4.18 is organizing a food drive to help the people of Haiti who have suffered from many natural disasters in the last few years. Please send in non-perishable food items, such as rice, pasta, dried beans, and canned fish up until Friday, October 6th.
Our York Catholic High Schools are looking forward to welcoming Grade 8 students to their upcoming High School Information Nights taking place this Fall.
The High School Information Night provides students and their parents with a chance to tour the high school facility, learn about the various programs and options available to them, and meet current staff and students who can ... Continue reading "High School Information Night For Parents / Guardians of Grade 8 students"
As the school year begins, and as a Christ-centered learning community, we look forward to celebrating many new beginnings. We strive to incorporate gospel values into the curriculum and teach religion classes every day. This learning extends outside of the classroom and culminates, on a monthly basis, in the opportunity of celebrating Mass together. We feel blessed to have Father Peter leading us in our ... Continue reading "Beginning Mass of the School Year"