St. Luke Catholic Learning Centre provides alternative approaches to those offered in a traditional school setting, and facilitates learning through a highly individualized approach. Courses are offered at all levels of difficulty and in most subject disciplines. Continuous entry into many of our programs provides flexibility to start and to finish the program at various times throughout the year. Regardless of your educational background, we have a program to take you to that next step. Whether entering the workplace or an apprenticeship, going to university or college, we have a program that is right for you.
Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide provides us with the energy needed to live a well-balanced healthy lifestyle.
Let’s Cook! It keeps you healthy and independent, connects you with your family and friends, saves you time and money, and helps the environment. Take the pledge Pledge now to cook more often with fresh ingredients. By pledging, you will receive delicious, healthy recipes and tips to stay inspired twice a month, straight to your … Continue reading “Let’s Cook! Take the pledge to cook more often with fresh ingredients”
York District Catholic School Board Seeks 2 Volunteer Community Members to Serve on its Audit Committee The York Catholic District School Board is seeking 2 community members with financial expertise and business knowledge to serve on its audit committee for a 3-year term effective April 1, 2017. The Audit Committee is comprised of 3 trustees … Continue reading “Posting for External Member to sit on YCDSB Audit Committee”
The York Catholic District School Board’s Multi-Year Strategic Plan identifies four commitments to our stakeholders. They include: the Integration of Catholic Faith, the Continuous Improvement of Student Achievement, the Effective Use of Our Resources and Engaging Our Communities. Faced with increasing financial restraints, these commitments continue to guide the Board’s decision-making on new investments and … Continue reading “Changes to the Winter School Site Maintenance Program”
“Treaties formalize the relationship between the Crown and First Nations groups. These agreements were signed between 1781 and 1930.”