To encourage and assist our students in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to be responsible, caring and productive citizens.





Fundraising Campaign for Circle of Friends Group


SCI Website for Grad Photo Retakes Online Appointment Scheduling


GRAD PHOTO RETAKE DAY - is on Thursday, March 22nd.

 Scroll down the opening page; Select the province and type in the town name;

Search and then select the school; Type in their legal first and last name

 – the name used by the school; Enter an email address to receive confirmation of the

 appointment; Book an appointment. Only available appointment times will be visible.

The sit fee is $20 for those having first time appointments and for those

wanting another set of proofs while keeping the first set.

The $20 must be paid online or given to the photographer.

They will not take your photos without payment.

If you return the first set of proofs to the photographer on photo day

there is no charge for another retake sitting.

Bookings close on March 21st.


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March 21 - Early dismissal 2:30      Staff meeting 3:45

March 23 - Grad picture retakes

March 26 -30 - Spring Break

April 4, - 5 Grade 9 Course Registration Sessions (ELA 10F/SST 10F classes)

April 10,11 - Grade 10 Course Registration Sessions (ELA 20F classes)

April 16,17 - Grade 11 Course Registration Sessions (HIS 30F classes)

April 18 - Career Symposium - Grade 11's - all day        Grade 8 Open House 7:00 - 8:00

April 20 -21 - Hoops for Hope

April 27 - Last day for course changes


At our school we have a dedicated staff of over 40 teachers and over 20 support staff working together to provide students with a quality education and a safe school environment. Stonewall Collegiate Institute has a student population of approximately 450 students, grades 9 through 12. The school offers a wide range of academic courses and gives students the opportunity to obtain additional credits in a variety of options including drama, band, choral, jazz, woods, metals, foods, clothing, family studies, drafting, electronics, and business. Resource programming offers a wide range of support including social and academic counselling, special needs programs, apprenticeship options, work-experience, peer assistants as well as modifications and adaptations to regular programs. For more detail on our courses, please see our Course Descriptions page.