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Cappies Play Nominations for "Peter & the Starcatcher"

posted Apr 26, 2018, 7:20 AM by Kathleen Power

  Last night, the St. Pat's Drama club and production class had an impressive amount of nominations for the Cappies Awards.  With 8 nominations, it is our highest ratio of nominees in St. Pat's Cappies history!  A big congratulations goes out to the cast and crew of Peter & the Starcatcher for all their dedication.

Special congratulations goes out to the nominees for:

Marketing & publicity:  Noor Hamdallah, Alexa Ross, Erin Bruff, & Aliyah Moody
Lighting:  Basil Mohammad, Allison Anderson, Ava Gardner, & Seraj Mohammad
Sets:  Victoria McMullen, Tasha Burhunduli, Kira O'Hare, Destiny Williams, Brooke-Lynn Attie, & Claire Vilsaint
Ensemble in a play:  Molly Power, & Alexa Ross
Supporting actress in a play:  Molly Power
Comic actor in a play:  Ali Mohammad
Lead actress in a play:  Kayla Lalonde
Top senior critic:  Allison Anderson

Winners will be announced at the Cappies Gala on May 27th.

Way to go Irish!!  We are so proud of you!!

R&B Band Participates in R&B Summit!

posted Apr 20, 2018, 7:19 AM by Kathleen Power   [ updated Apr 20, 2018, 7:29 AM ]

On April 18, 2018 a board-wide event was held called R&B Summit.  At this event, all R&B Bands from across the school board get together to perform for each other. After each performance, professional musicians attending the event gave fantastic constructive criticism on what each group excelled at, as well as what to do as the next step.

A big congratulations to all of the groups who performed at this event. It was a fantastic evening of Music for all.

We could not be more proud of this group, which has students from each grade level, for attending this event and doing their best.  

The hard work definitely paid off and they all represented St. Pat's in a great way.  Awesome job!

RnB Band - RnB Summit - Something's Gotta Hold On Me.mp4

St. Pat's Wins Waterloo Mathematics Contest!!

posted Apr 11, 2018, 8:05 AM by Kathleen Power

One of two St. Pat's math teams won the OCSB chapter of the Waterloo Canadian Mathematics Team Contest on Friday.  There were 12 teams of 6 from 7 different schools in our board.

Joshua Chung won top score for the individual award.

The winning team, pictured here, consisted of Joshua Chung, Basam Jeryous Fares, Brian La, Robell Gabriel, Jessica Stride, and Natasha Randing.  

St. Pat's second team (Vincent Xie, Ali Mohammed, Michel Abou-Assaly, Hilary Dondji-Akazong, Ranya Khaleel and Rasheedat Tijani) also showed great enthusiasm and had fun as they tackled the problems.  

   Way to go St. Pat's, we are very proud of you all!

St. Patrick's High School Production "Peter & the Starcatcher"

posted Apr 6, 2018, 8:07 AM by Kathleen Power

On March 22 - 24, the St. Patrick's High School Drama Club put on the spectacular production, "Peter & the Starcatcher".  The students worked tirelessly to ensure that the show was a success
!   We could not be more proud of them!!


St. Pat’s Computer Programming Team Continue Their Winning Streak!

posted Mar 28, 2018, 10:34 AM by Kathleen Power


Friday, March 23, 2018, St. Patrick's High School sent two teams to compete at the Boardwide ECOO Programming Competition. Out of 22 teams participating, we finished 1st and 3rd with both teams qualifying for the Regional Competition at Queens University on April 28th. 

Both teams did incredibly well and our 1st place team actually solved all problems and still had 38 minutes on the clock.

Well done St. Pat's, we are very proud of you!

                                                     1st Place Team:   
Joshua Chung

Robell Gabriel          Brian La                   Pouya Honarvar

                                                     3rd Place Team:   Carter Brown      Nicholas Gingras     Nathan Prokaska      Ryan Joachim            

From Renos To Riches...

posted Feb 27, 2018, 9:55 AM by Kathleen Power   [ updated May 7, 2018, 10:51 AM ]

Watch us grow...



Are You Prepared For High School?

posted Feb 27, 2018, 9:36 AM by Kathleen Power   [ updated Feb 28, 2018, 7:15 AM ]

St. Patrick's High School Parent Information

St. Pat's Wrestlers Qualify for the City Finals!

posted Feb 27, 2018, 7:42 AM by Kathleen Power   [ updated Feb 27, 2018, 7:55 AM ]

St. Pat's wrestlers really shined this year!

Ciarra Mckale, a first year wrestler in grade 9, won gold for the East City Finals and bronze for the City Finals/Girls 64 kg category.  Kyle Payumo, a first year wrestler in grade 11, won two gold medals - one for the East City Finals and one for the City FInals/Boys 44k category.  Raghib Ashab, also a first year wrestler in grade 9, won a bronze medal for the East City Finals.  He placed fourth in the City Finals/Boys 57.5 kg.

The future looks bright for wrestling as we restart the program at St. Patrick's!

Sr. Boy's Basketball Fundraiser - April 21, 2018

posted Jan 26, 2018, 7:36 AM by Kathleen Power


If you like to shop for items made by hand and infused with care and artistry mark your calendar for the

Irish Spring Fair to be held April 21st at 

St. Patrick's High School,

The perfect time to get your gifts for Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthdays, new babies, wedding parties, and more.

All correspondence should be directed to irishspringfair@gmail.com

 Vendors can access the application form on the Irish Spring Fair facebook page.

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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