Austin White - 3rd place in Cabinetmaking
Katherine Welk-Holmes - 2nd place in Culinary Arts
Alex Cornel and Emily Young - 1st place in team Environmental
Megan Watters and Amanda Casey - 2nd place in team Environmental
Dan Lortie and St. Lawrence, again, put on a fantastic day for the kids and thanks go to them and Mr. Lapierre, Mr. Knight, and Mr. MacDonald for support before, during, and after the event.
SMCHS Prepping For Relay For Life
This is a message from the St. Michael CHS Graduation Committee. Graduation for our Grade 12 students has been scheduled for Wednesday, June 24th at 1:00 pm. Each student is asked to limit their guests to four people so that there is room for each student’s guests to be seated in the gymnasium. All students who are eligible to graduate and who wish to attend must submit a $45 fee to cover the cost of gown rental, keepsake hats, tassles, diploma folders, and the celebration tea taking place after the ceremony. Students who are not planning to attend the ceremony must indicate this to Mrs. Grant, our Guidance secretary, and are still required to submit a $10 fee to cover the costs of the diploma folder. Graduation fees are due to Mrs. Grant by Friday, March 13th (the Friday before March Break.) Thank you.
Update: The games will be broadcast on the Internet. Here is the link:
Williams School of Business Webinar
StM-Student Art Show 2015 -ProShow from Mr. Wong on Vimeo.
St. Michael's art teacher, Ms. Lindsay Melnick assembled a wonderful collection of art pieces from her students. A variety of art forms were on exhibition, including: acrylic paintings, charcoal and pencil drawings, ceramic and wired art pieces. It was a feast for the eyes as the up and coming young artists discussed their creations with family and friends. Students, parents, and grandparents shared many proud moments.
Enjoy a quick virtual tour of "SMCHS Student Art Show" capturing the memorable evening.
|March Break 2016 Trip Set|
|MARCH BREAK 2016 at SMCHS: Capitals of the British Isles! Our adventures will start in Ireland, then Scotland and finish in England! If you're interested in participating in this exciting travel opportunity, come to the meeting in room 282 at 11:00 on Tues. Feb. 24. Please see Ms. Bridson if you have any questions!
Important Meeting For Students on March Break Trip to Germany
There will be a mandatory pre-departure meeting for all participants of the upcoming Holocaust in Europe tour on Tuesday February 17th at 6:00 p.m. in the school library. This is a meeting for both parents and students. You are reminded to bring your tip money and any outstanding paper work to this meeting. There will be a representative from EF there to answer all of your questions.
Cake Auction For SMCHS Guatemala Mission Team
Once again the SMCHS Guatemala Mission Team will be heading to Guatemala during the March Break as part of our school's commitment in helping those in need. And once again, staff and students will be baking and auctioning off cakes to help raise money for the mission team. Students can bring in their donations all week up to the cake auction on Friday, February 13th. The class that raises the most amount of money on a per student gets 1st pick of the beautiful cakes available. Come on St. Mike's, let's show our spirit for the great cause.
Mustangs Riding High By Jonathon Brodie Brockville Recorder
A FREE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR GR. 7 & 8 GIRLS
Learn effective self defence strategies and
techniques to keep yourself physically and emotionally
safe in an empowering all female environment!
St. Michael’s C.H.S.
January 15‐June 4 2:30‐4:00
Pre‐registration is required. Spaces are limited. Transportation is available to eligible students upon request.
For more information or to register call (613)345‐3295 or email email@example.com‐inc.org
Kemptville Legion Supports St Michael History Department WWI Trench Project
|Great Day For St. Mike's Special Olympic Team|
The St. Michael Catholic High School Special Olympic Team competed in the Four Corners Special Olympics Ontario Bocce Ball Qualifier on Tuesday Dec. 3rd at the Louis Riel Dome in Ottawa. There were 16 high schools from across Eastern Ontario that participated. Our Mustangs played extremely well with 2 wins and 1 tie. We should know in the New Year if we made the Provincial Championships in Toronto in June. Special mention goes out to Jillian Simpson, Domenic and Giacomo Astorino, Kurtis Parent, Matthew Cadney, and Ben Sunderland for displaying such poise and accuracy during the competition. Also an extra special mention and thank-you to the St. Michael students who volunteered to help Special Olympic Ontario with this event! Please check their Facebook Page: Four Corners Special Olympics Ontario for great photo highlights of the day!
-Friday December 5th: Pajama Day
-Thursday December 11th: Ugly Christmas Sweater Day & Bayshore Shopping Trip 2:45-7:30
-Thursday December 18th: Red, White & Green Day
-Friday December 12th: Elf Help Auction (come bid on an elf's services in the caf at lunch! All money goes to OXFAM Canada)
-Friday December 19th: Period 4 Christmas Talent Show
2014 - 15 SMCHS Yearbooks
Pre-ordering the Yearbook:
The deadline for those grade 12 students wishing to be nominated for the Schulich Leader Scholarship is Friday November 28. You must be attending one of their designated universities and be entering into a math, science or engineering program. Visit the guidance office if you would like to be considered for the scholarship.
Nominations for the Schulich Scholarships are now being accepted for St. Michael. Scholarships worth up to $80 000 are available for university bound students in the engineering, math or science & technology fields of study. One nominee per school is selected. See the Guidance Office if you are interested.
Carleton University Helps Grade 12 Math Students
Click on image to download Enterovirus D68 (Ev - D68) Fact sheet
|St Michael Student Part of Youth Ambassador Program|
(Photo taken by Logan Warford)
|St Michael Student Annie Underhill 2014-2015 CHEO Champion Child|
(Photo taken by Logan Warford)
Annie was chosen to represent the
CHEO Foundation and the Children's Miracle Network as the 2014/2015 Champion Child.
Through the Childrens Miracle Network, the Champions presented by Walmart honours remarkable children who have triumphed despite their medical challenges. For their courage and perseverance, the champions are selected as ambassadors for the 2.6 million children and youth treated at Children's Miracle network hospitals across Canada.
As the CHEO Champion, Annie will play a vitally important role in sharing the good work CHEO did for Annie, and continues to do for other patients. Annie will represent CHEO at various special events, media opportunity, store openings, campaign meetings and Telethon preparations.
Annie will have the opportunity to Travel to Toronto in November where she will meet 11 other Champion from across Canada and share stories about how their lives have been saved and improved because of the tremendous work at their local hospital. From Toronto she will travel to Walt Disney World, Orlando, where she will come together with the Champions from United States.
|Focus on Education Designed to Help Students|
(Photo Credit: Ryan Powell)
Welcome to St. Michael Catholic High School in Kemptville, Ontario.
Come and witness our Mustang Spirit that is so evident in our school community with the many extra and co-curricular activities offered by our committed staff for our students. We invite you to visit our school's website at www.smchs.ca for a listing of all our teams and clubs our staff offer for our students at St. Michael Catholic High School.
The staff and Mrs. Finnegan and I will continue to work in partnership with our students, parents and Parish community members in teaching our students to follow the ways of Jesus through thoughts, words and actions at St. Michael Catholic High School.