Kemptville Legion Supports St Michael History Department WWI Trench Project
Congratulations to the following girls who have been selected to the LGSSAA Girls Basketball All-Star team for this year, as voted by the league's coaches:
In Junior, St. Mike’s All-Stars are power forward Rachel Young (Grade 9) and point guard Megan O’Connell (Grade 9).
In Senior, the Mustang All-Stars are shooting guard Eva Kuhar (Grade 11), point guard Michelle Wilson (Grade 12), point guard Sarah Benoit (Grade 11), and forward Brooke Cornel (Grade 10).
The game takes place on January 8 at 6pm at St. Mary CHS in Brockville.
[In order: Brooke Cornel, Eva Kuhar, Sarah Benoit, Michelle Wilson, Megan O'Connell, and Rachel Young]
|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
St. Mike's Boys Basketball teams split games with the TISS Pirates on Tuesday. The Juniors fell 48 to 27 with Emmett Graham leading his team with 7 points. The Seniors claimed a 57 to 41 victory to remain undefeated in league play. Craig Oliver overcame the flu to score 25 points while Cory O'Connell stepped up to score 15. Jonah Holthus contributed 13 points. The Mustangs next travel to North Bay for a tournament over the Christmas Break.
[photo: Senior basketballer Jonah Holthus holds up his All-Star prize earned over the weekend in tournament play at the TISS Classic.]
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.
Register For Dual Credit Program
- Earn high school credits while studying at a local college or taking apprenticeship training
- Gain experience that will help them with their postsecondary education or apprenticeship
- Get a head start on learning and training for their future careers.
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.