The first day of classes for all students is on Wednesday, September 5th. Students will get their course schedules on September 5th. Students won’t get to see their schedules in PowerSchool before school starts as stated in the report cards.The PowerSchool portal will open September 24th.

Stonewall Collegiate’s Parent Information Group will be holding a Presentation on Wednesday, September 26th at 7:00 p.m. in the Library. Mr. Loochuk and Mr. Baldwin will be presenting on social media awareness and topics relevant to school and our AFM counsellor Jarett Yaworski will be presenting on how are students might be impacted by the increase in vaping and the new legislation around marijuana use. Parents are also welcome to come between 6:00 and 7:00 pm to check out the school or talk to administration on some the of the new initiatives.

 

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

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

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS
September October
19th - Early Dismissal 5th Admin/PD Day (no classes)
24th - Powerschool Parent Portal Opens 8th - Thankgiving Day
26th - Open House/Parent Information Evening 17th - Early Dismissal
19th - MTS PD Day (no classes)
November
1st - Progress Conversations 5:00 - 9:00 p.m.
7th - Grade 9 "Take Your Kid to Work Day"
8th - Rememberance Day Program
9th - Admin/PD Day (no classes)
16th - Picture Retakes - P.M.
19th - Admin/PD Day (no classes)
21st - Early Dismissal

ABOUT S.C.I.

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.