(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.
Bishop’s University Open House
9:30 am to 3:30 pm
You'll get a real sense of what it's like to be a student at Bishop's University by meeting the Principal, talking to the professors behind our academic programs and exploring the many clubs and activities that are waiting for you. We’ll offer you a comprehensive tour of campus, a meal in the dining hall and a chance to talk to our students about their university experience. Let us show you the amazing sense of community our university is known for!
Accelerated Open House Admissions. By joining us on October 25th, you will have the opportunity to apply on site for free. Additionally, the Admissions Office will review your request for admissions during the Open House activities and provide you with an official admissions decision before you leave at the end of the event. Just bring an official transcript. This offer does not apply to programs which require additional evaluation, like Education and Music.
The St. Michael Mustangs played host to TISS (from Brockville) in Senior Girls Basketball action. After a sluggish start for St Mike’s, TISS built an early commanding lead. The Mustangs roared back with a 21 to 0 point run that finally put the home team ahead. Final Score: St Mike’s 43 – TISS 40. Michelle Wilson led the scoring with 14 points, followed by Sarah Benoit with 13. Brittany Ballantyne provided superb defensive play. The Junior Girls also put up a great fight against TISS but eventually fell too far behind, losing 55 to 18. Lauren Bellefontaine introduced herself to the league with a 10 point performance. Megan O’Connell chipped in 6 point. The girls basketball teams are off to Gananoque on Wednesday.
Please note: Don't forget to listen to 97.5 Juice FM, Kemptville's Radio Station, to hear updates on Mustang Basketball repeated every half hour from 6 to 9AM following each game day.
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St Michael Christmas Craft Sale, Novemeber 15, 2014
|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.
The University of Ottawa would like to extend a special invitation to your students to participate in the tenth annual Go ENG Girl event, which will be held at the University of Ottawa campus on Saturday, October 25, 2014, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This FREE event will give girls in grades 7 to 10 the chance to explore the exciting field of engineering through activities designed just for them! The goal is to encourage girls to consider studies and careers in engineering by introducing them to fun hands-on experiences and by providing them with women role models they can look up to. Parents will have the opportunity to attend interesting sessions designed to inform them on how they can support and encourage their daughters to consider the engineering field. Click on image for registration info.
|Focus on Education Designed to Help Students|
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