Category: General

Ethan DeFina – St. John’s Ambulance Award

On December 13, 2018, Ethan DeFina, our very own Carter grade 11 student, received the prestigious St. John’s Ambulance Award at York Regional Police Headquarters. He received the award for performing CPR on his father when he was only 14 years old. This is how the day unfolded.  It was a day like any other day for the De Fina household. The boys ... Continue reading "Ethan DeFina – St. John’s Ambulance Award"

Breakfast of Champions: Celebrating Students and Catholic Character

On Friday January 11th, Cardinal Carter hosted its first Breakfast of Champions.

One may ask, what makes a champion? A champion is someone who goes about their every day with strong charisma, willingness to learn, and commitment to an inclusive and friendly learning environment. It is through one’s Catholic character of being compassionate, forgiving, and responsible citizens that our school community is stronger ... Continue reading "Breakfast of Champions: Celebrating Students and Catholic Character"

OSSLT Preparation

In preparation for the upcoming Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) on Wednesday March, 27th, 2019, Cardinal Carter Catholic High School will be providing students with two support  programs: “Literacy Tuesdays” and after school “Remedial Literacy Classes”. We encourage your child  to participate in these programs in order to become familiar with the test format and build on literacy skills.

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On January 17th and 18th, 2019 our Grade 9 students who have math in first semester will be taking part in the provincial Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics created by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO), an independent agency of the Government of Ontario. This assessment is administered to all students in Grade 9 Applied, Academic and Pre IB mathematics courses in Ontario’s publicly funded

Exam Study Help

To support students as they begin to prepare for final evaluations and examinations, a Google site has been created with study tips.

Please see the link to the site here: