Extended French Program
The Extended French program will be offered at Assumption College High School and Holy Trinity High School in September 2022. Students have the opportunity to take seven of their credits in French and receive an Extended French certificate at graduation. For additional information or questions, please contact our French consultant Jackie Whiting at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Black History Month
BHNCDSB is committed to providing inclusive and equitable education. We want every student to feel welcomed and have every opportunity to succeed, as this aligns with our Board theme “We are Many, We are One”. Celebrating Black communities is celebrating an important...
2023-2024 School Year Calendar – DRAFT
The DRAFT 2023-2024 School Year Calendars have been submitted to the Ministry of Education for review. It is important to understand that these are DRAFT Calendars and until it they been approved by the Ministry of Education, families should not make...
From the Boardroom
At the January meeting of the Board of Trustees: Approved the minutes of Committee of the Whole, January 17, 2023. Including information about the wrap up of the Board’s 2020-23 Strategic Plan and next steps in formulating a new strategic plan. Director McDonald...
BHNCDSB Art Auction!
In the spirit of our theme 'We are Many, We are One', Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board is auctioning off a collection of student, teacher, and professional artist works from the Folk Art Project. 105 paintings were created by students from...
From the Boardroom – December 2022
At the December meeting of the Board of Trustees - The Board approved… New programs at SJC After analyzing the current and future needs for students that require specialized secondary programming, the Board approved the addition of an additional 1.0...
Wa’tkwanonhwerá:ton ne Onkwehonwe’néha. Today we celebrate National Indigenous Languages Day and remind staff, students, and our community of the importance of acknowledging, protecting, educating, and contributing to the preservation of Indigenous language. #IndigenousLanguages
Did you know it is a parents responsibility to report all your children’s vaccinations to the Brant County Health Unit? Reporting vaccines is easy and can be done by visiting https://t.co/LuFRGqWsBT