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St. Pat’s Students Demonstrate Strong Writing Skills!

posted Jun 6, 2017, 10:17 AM by Kathleen Power   [ updated Jun 14, 2017, 7:51 AM ]

      Once again this year, St. Patrick's students have demonstrated strong writing skills through their participation in the Resurrection of "Our Lord Knights of Columbus Catholic Essay" contest.  The topic was "The Importance of Religious Freedom". Congratulations to Johnathan, Kamar, Kyle and Brooke-Lynne.  

   

     From left to right in the photograph is Mr. Patrick Rusheleau (K. of C. rep) Brooke-Lynn Attie (finalist), Kyle Payumo (3rd place), Johnathan Causley (1st place - $100 dollar winner), Kamar Edwards-Taylor (2nd place - $50 winner), Mr. Vincent D'Souza (K. of C. rep), Gregory Minifie (Religion Department Head)

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St. Pat's "No Excuses" Dance Team - Three Time Champions!!

posted May 16, 2017, 9:19 AM by Kathleen Power

 

 THREE TIME CHAMPIONS!!

    Congratulations to "No Excuses" Dance Team!  The hard work paid off.  This win makes them three time champions!  They will perform in "Future Shock"'s Dance Showcase at Centrepointe Theatre next month.  Way to go team, we are very proud of you!


SMART START Youth Summit

posted May 1, 2017, 10:34 AM by Kathleen Power

Congratulations go out to St Patrick's High school!

25 students have been selected as delegates for the Canada 150 - Smart Start Youth Summit.
The SMART START Youth Summit is a 2-day leadership retreat celebrating our diverse and resilient young people in Ottawa.
SMART START Delegates will be learning from some of Ottawa’s most experienced and influential young minds, while bringing their own ideas for diversity, inclusion and innovation within their community to the forefront.

St. Patrick's Students Shine at "Le Concours Oratoire" Competition!

posted Apr 24, 2017, 8:30 AM by Kathleen Power

                                                         
    
    Winners of "Le Concours Oratoire" at St. Patrick's High School!

    St. Patrick's students represented our school at the board level, on March 23rd, with great success.  They finished first place in most categories.  Scott McGlashan, Rubie Jean-Baptiste, Sarena Kowal, Ahmed Sadek, and Tasha Burhunduli will be representing the OCSB in Toronto for the provincial competition on May 6, 2017.  Congratulations and good luck in Toronto!

St. Pat's Students Participate in National Capital History Day!

posted Apr 24, 2017, 7:22 AM by Kathleen Power

Grade 10 students Shiquana Johnson and Zainab Al-Moala were the first participants from St. Patrick's High School in the National Capital History Day.  Their project, entitled "Computer's Father" about Alan Turning, earned them semi-final recognition (top 5 of approximately 30 projects).

The girls can't wait until they can participate again next year!  Well done girls!

Grade 11 Student Earns Excellent Results in Math Competitions!

posted Apr 10, 2017, 6:58 AM by Kathleen Power

 Yun en (Joshua) Chung, a grade 11 student at St. Patrick's High School continues to have excellent results in highly competitive contests. Earlier this year, he competed in the Waterloo Canadian Computing Competition achieving incredible results. Joshua was one of the top scorers achieving 73 out of 75.

Joshua also competed in the 2017 Fermat Contest run by the University of Waterloo and achieved results in the top 1 percentile.  "The results show that Yun en Chung was an outstanding achiever in the 2017 Fermat Contest.  This is an impressive achievement from which your school, and particularly your Mathematics Department, should derive great satisfaction."  (Michael Miniou, Director)   As a result Yun en (Joshua) was invited to the Lloyd Auckland Invitational Mathematics Workshop in Waterloo.  

We are very proud of you Yun en!

Programming Champs at St. Pat's!!

posted Apr 3, 2017, 7:13 AM by Kathleen Power



































































































Congrats to the Programming Team as they took top spot at the
                                      Board Level ECOO Programming Competition last Friday. 

 They were the first team on the board and maintained their lead throughout the entire competition. They now go to Kingston on April 29th to compete at the Regional competition.    

The team consists of:

     Carter Brown, Grade 10, Joshua Chung, Grade 11, Ian Desson Grade 11, and Alden Ng Grade 12
                                                 
























                                        Congratulations Gentlemen and Good Luck in Kingston!                                                        
 
                                                   


   
   

St. Pat's Student Takes 3rd Place at Culinary Competition!

posted Apr 3, 2017, 6:25 AM by Kathleen Power


Our top chef, Janus Ponciano, continues on his path to culinary excellence.  He took third place at the Eastern Ontario Skills Championships this past weekend!  He now moves on to Toronto for three days in May to compete for top honours in the province at the Ontario Skills Championships.


                 



 Congratulations Janus and good luck in Toronto!


St. Pat's Student Wins Top Chef!!

posted Mar 7, 2017, 8:44 AM by Kathleen Power



Janus Ponciano wins the title of Top Chef as he won the board culinary qualifier.  He will be representing St. Patrick's High School and the OCSB at the regional qualifier at St. Lawrence College on April 1.

Good job Janus!!

Student in Welding Class Creates Decorative Owl!

posted Feb 9, 2017, 10:55 AM by Kathleen Power




Yaqeen Nihad-Abdulkarim proudly shows in the attached picture a detailed and decorative Owl sitting on a perch that she created in welding class at St. Patrick’s High School. Not only is the project beautiful, but it is also utilitarian as it can also serve as a 'hanger.'  

As a result of taking this course, Yaqeen now sees a future in welding. "As a young woman I was told that welding was for men only and that girls could never become a welder . . . but I never really listened to others and because I didn’t, I passed the class with one of the highest marks. I am very proud of myself for accomplishing the very first step to becoming a welder.” (Yaqeen Nihad-Abdilkarim)

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