Discover our School

Our school respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral, traditional and unceded Indigenous territory of the Algonquin Peoples, on whose territory we pray, learn, play and work.

Grade 7-8 Timetable

All students are expected to be seated, ready to begin class, when the final bell rings for each period.

Warning Bell8:00 - 8:05
Homeroom8:05 - 8:15
Period 18:15 - 9:05
Period 2 9:07 - 9:57
Period 310:02 - 10:52
Period 410:54- 11:44

Lunch for Gr. 711:44 - 12:29
Period 5 for Gr. 811:44 - 12:29

Lunch for Gr. 812:29 - 1:19
Period 5 for Gr. 712:29 - 1:19

Period 61:21 - 2:10
Dismissal Bell2:10 - 2:15

Grade 9-12 Timetable

All students are expected to be seated, ready to begin class, when the final bell rings for each period.

Grade 9 & 10

Warning Bell8:00
Homeroom8:05-8-10
Period 18:10-10:40
Lunch10:40-11:30
Period 2 11:30-2:00
Break/Transition2:00-2:10
End of Day —2:10

Grade 11 & 12

Warning Bell8:00
Homeroom8:05-8-10
Period 18:10-10:40
Break/Transition10:40-10:50
Period 2 10:50-1:20
Lunch — 1:20-2:10
End of Day —2:10

Our Learning Commons

The Learning Commons provides a collaborative workspace and quiet study areas. Chromebooks, iPads, audio-visual equipment and other technology is available to students for use in the Learning Commons. We offer literacy initiatives such as Red Maple and White Pine Book Clubs, OSSLT preparation sessions, and various literacy and research related workshops. Some special events hosted by the Learning Commons include readathons, Scholastic Book Fair, author visits, and Hot Doc Film Festival.

Staff

Lubomira Suchecki Teacher Librarian
Colleen McKee Library Technician


Hours

Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

SHH Learning Commons Webpage

Due to licensing agreements, students must obtain logins and passwords for available software from the Learning Commons. We are not permitted to post this information electronically.

Policies and procedures

School Handbook

Our school policies and expectations are outlined in the student handbook which is given to every student. View the complete 2020-2021 Student Handbook.

Spirituality

Our school has a chapel that is open daily for all students and staff. The Chapel, located off the atrium, is a refuge for all. Always open to welcome students, the Chapel is used for private prayer and class liturgical celebrations. The chapel in Sacred Heart High School is blessed with a stained glass window as well as beautiful artwork by Fr. Herman Falke. Set aside some time during your day to sit in quiet reflection.

Sacred Heart High School celebrates faith in a number of ways. Our days begin with prayer calling all to be mindful of God’s presence among us as we journey through each day. Our school community celebrates the Eucharist with grade level masses throughout the year at Holy Spirit Parish. Liturgies of the word, Ash Wednesday liturgies and other smaller liturgies take place in the school chapel or within classrooms. Religion classes visit the chapel with their teacher to take some time to reflect on faith, to discuss ideas and to pray together. All students and staff members are welcome to visit the chapel to spend some time in quiet.

Chaplaincy Department

Our school's current Chaplaincy Leader is Mr. Geoff Guitard.

Chaplaincy 101
Chaplaincy leaders (also known as chaplains) are a pastoral presence within the school, they offer spiritual guidance, personal support and foster community growth through prayer and service.

It doesn’t matter what faith background you have or the level of faith you think you have, chaplaincy leaders are available to help everyone.

Chaplaincy Team
Members of the chaplaincy team help organize faith-based activities such as retreats, community prayer, and community service projects.

Join our Chaplaincy Team
If you have an interest in social justice, community service, peer leadership or growing in faith consider joining our team.

New members are always welcome. Contact Mr. Guitard for more information

Chaplaincy Programs

  • Emotional First-Aid Workshop

  • Christian Meditation Workshop

  • Alpha Youth Film Series

Please contact our Chaplain for up to date information for on-going programs.

Parish links

Our school community is served by the following parishes:

Holy Spirit Catholic Parish
1489 Shea Road
Stitsville, Ontario K2S 0G8
Phone: 613-836-8881

St. Philip's & St. Clare's
127 Burke
Richmond, Ontario K0A 2Z0
Tel: 613-838-2314
Email: stphiliprcp1819@gmail.com