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Since our school’s daily operations take place in the French language, the following articles were originally written in French and have been translated into English by an online translator for the benefit of our English-speaking visitors. Although these engines are efficient, they are not perfect, particularly when translating regional dialects, cultural expressions and figures of speech. We hope these translations suffice, offering you a snapshot of our school and giving you just a taste of how our school shines in the Quebec City metropolitan area.

A surprise for our graduates

Following the cancellation of the graduation of our Secondary 5 students, due to pandemics and social distancing (let’s not name it), the teachers had the idea of ​​celebrating the departure of their ducklings in a different way. In collaboration with

Cultural trip to Washington

Every year, secondary 4 and 5 participate in a cultural trip to the US. This year, it was their turn to go to Washington DC. At the time of our departure, we had all more or less heard of a

Graduation

Graduation of our 6 graders

Our 6th graders graduated à la COVID-19 on Friday, June 19. A graduation without their parents, a graduation with imaginary handshakes (two meters away requires), but at least, a graduation that allowed them to see each other again and complete

5 years for the biblical reading club!

We had our last pastoral activity of the year with the students. We reminded them of the importance of looking like Jesus. We also highlighted the efforts of our students by giving a gift certificate for those who have read

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