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


ATTENTION 2015 Graduates
Grad clothing orders will be accepted from March 2nd - March 20th
Pick up order forms in SCI Supplies or order online at https://homerunsports.itemorder.com
Enter Sale Code - UMAKP
Choose from a variety of sweaters -- Under Armour, American Apparel, or Gildan at LOW costs.
We’re also offering sweat pants for $34.00!


PowerSchool Login PowerSchool Parent Portal Login


The PowerSchool Mobile Apps will be down until Report Cards are sent home
on March 24th in order to allow teachers to work on comments.
Grades and Attendance can still be found by accessing
 PowerSchool through the link on our website.


2014 - 2105 Early Dismissal Times

PERIOD 1 9:05 - 10:10      PERIOD 2 10:20 - 11:20

LUNCH 11:20 - 12:20

PERIOD 3 12:20 - 1:20     PERIOD 4 1:30 - 2:30

Buses will arrive to pick students up at 2:30 p.m.


March 6 - Professional Learning Day (no classes)
March 11-13 - SCI Musical - ‘Zombie Prom’
March 18 - Early Dismissal Day - Grade 8 - Open House 7:00 p.m.
March 24 - Term 2 Reports Issued
March 27 - Last day of classes before Spring Break

April 6 - Classes Resume
April 15 - Early Dismissal Day
April 24 - Professional Learning Day (no classes)

May 18 - Victoria Day (no classes)
May 20 - Early Dismissal Day


At our school we have a dedicated staff of over 40 teachers and over 30 support staff working together to provide students with a quality education and a safe school environment. Stonewall Collegiate Institute has a student population of over 500, 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, computer science, 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.