The Cardinal Carter School Community would like to congratulate the class of 2019 on their upcoming graduation. Please note the following information for this event:
The Cardinal Carter Graduation Ceremony will take place on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at Le Parc. Graduates must arrive at Le Parc by 12:00 pm with their cap and gown which will be given to each ... Continue reading "Congratulations to the Class of 2019!"
Last night the athletic council hosted their annual athletic banquet. Awards were given out, prizes were distributed and speeches were made for our amazing athletes!
A huge congratulations go out to our Junior, Senior and Christian athletes of the year, specifically, Alieya Pires and Jide Otoh for receiving the Junior Athlete of the Year Award, Megan Raso and Josh Nicholson for receiving the Senior Athlete of
We all know them, and if we don’t, we should. These individuals are at the heart and soul of Catholic education. They are the unsung heroes that make our school a better place. They are our champions. Yesterday morning, we finally had a chance to celebrate them.
The Breakfast of Champions celebrates students at Cardinal Carter who live and breathe the Catholic virtues ... Continue reading "Breakfast of Champions Celebrates Carter’s Humble Heroes"
“What will you do with your education?” That was the question at yesterday’s Class of 2019 IB Celebration in the Library Learning Commons. It was posed by keynote speaker and YCDSB Superintendent of School Leadership, Opiyo Oloya, who challenged students to think about what their role will be in creating a better, more peaceful world when they leave these hallways for good at the end ... Continue reading "Superintendent Oloya Inspires 2019 IB Grads at Celebration"
On Monday, May 27, Grade 11 IB students traveled to York University to live a day in the life of a scientist.
Students participated in a range of interdisciplinary medical science focused activities, including an epidemiology study where they identified patient zero, diagnosing a patient’s blood disorder, learned and practiced suturing skills and cultured penicillin.
Students left engaged and motivated to ... Continue reading "Grade 11 IB Plays Scientist"
On Friday, May 31st, over 300 students rallied together to raise $20, 000 for the Canadian Cancer Society. The students spent the past several months creating teams, spreading awareness and fundraising for a cause that has affected so many in our community, including some of our own students.
Relay For Life MC’s, Marissa Clarke and Sabrina Malouka, kicked off the day by welcoming ... Continue reading "Carter Students Raise $20, 000 for Relay For Life"