Dear Parents and Guardians,
Due to the inclement weather, report cards will be distributed on February 13th. Students will be receiving their report cards at the end of fourth period. If you have any questions, please feel free to call 905-727-2455.
OSSLT takes place on Wednesday, March 27, 2019
In an effort to provide flexible and responsive support for all students writing the test, we will run a modified school day similar to an exam style day.
The following are some important reminders:
There will be a course an IB Course Selection Parent Information Presentation which will take place on
Tuesday, February 12th from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
The purpose of this presentation is to provide parents with an introduction to the Cardinal Carter CHS IB Diploma Programme and inform current Grade 9 and 10 parents about the process ... Continue reading "Revised Date Feb 12th – Pre IB Course Selection Parent Night"
We Are Getting Ready For Exams!
Here is a copy of the exam schedule. A hard copy of the exam schedule was provided to each student in their homerooms.
To support students as they begin to prepare for final evaluations and examinations, a Google Site has been created with study tips. Click here to ... Continue reading "Final Exams: Everything you need to know"
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"
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"