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Bell Times

Start 8:10am
Break 9:50am - 10:30am
Break 12:10pm - 12:50pm
Dismissal 2:30pm
To Report an Absence
please call (519) 786-5201.

We are in School Bus Zone 1
Our Principal
Steve DeGurse, Principal

I extend a warm welcome to St. John Fisher School.

St. John Fisher School is rooted in Catholicity. You will be called to grow in your knowledge of the Catholic faith, and its principles of living—love and reverence for God and creation, decency, respect for yourself and others, justice and concern for all, honesty, understanding of commitment and responsible behaviour.

We hold you to high expectations for your daily behaviour and the quality of work that is done in every class. We expect you to use and develop the talents and gifts that God has given you.

It is important to be the best student that you can be, but it is also important to learn how to put balance into your life. Try out new activities; never give up; focus on your strengths; make friends; enjoy yourself; cooperate; work hard; and respect the rights of others.

We sincerely look forward to having you as a member of our school community. Welcome!

 

We are currently looking for donations of books for our Library. Click Here for more information.

South Entrance View of Renovated St Patrick's Catholic High School

Much work has been completed since the 2009 decision by the Board of Trustees that Sarnia’s two Catholic high schools would be consolidated into one campus at the site on The Rapids Parkway, to be named St. Patrick’s Catholic High School. Construction began in spring 2013 on a 60,000 square foot addition and extensive renovations throughout the existing building, totaling $12 million. Read more ...

Privacy Advisory

Our families and staff enjoy opportunities to share some of their activities with parents and the school community through teams, clubs and special events. Many of these are ‘memory making’ for families and as such, photographs and videos are often taken.

We ask that families exercise their discretion when taking photographs or videos at school events and consider the privacy of other students who may also be present in those pictures. We would appreciate if families not upload images of students other than their own to the Internet (e.g. YouTube or Facebook). Your cooperation with this request is appreciated.

Community Use of Schools

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The St. Clair Catholic District School Board is committed to allowing our communities to use our schools for their events. For more information, click below to access the website for this program.

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