news release

Open House at CSCNO secondary schools

December 21, 2017

Grade 8 students and parents are invited to take part in the Open House events for all French language Catholic secondary schools of the Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) from Tuesday, January 16, to Thursday, January 18.

With its network of nine French language Catholic secondary schools and one adult learning centre in Sudbury, Val Caron, Chelmsford, Espanola, Blind River, Sault Ste. Marie, Wawa and Chapleau, the CSCNO offers a French language Catholic educational program recognized for its excellence, innovation. Its secondary school programs enable students to acquire a high level of bilingualism and to receive top quality education. CSCNO secondary schools also stand out with the highest graduation rate in the Sudbury and Algoma districts.

Open-House and Kindergarten Registration at École Saint-Joseph, Espanola

December 21, 2017

Parents wishing to register their child in a full-time French-language Kindergarten program are invited to come discover École Saint-Joseph (Espanola) during its Open House on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 from 9:15 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1:30 to 6 p.m. École Saint-Joseph is located at 333 Mead Boulevard, in Espanola.

Come discover the benefits of attending a French language Catholic school. Like all Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) schools, École Saint-Joseph offers full special needs programs, a quality English language program starting in grade 4 and ensuring sustainable bilingualism, a curriculum instilled with Catholic values, access to state-of-the-art technology, and an environment that nurtures and promotes a sense of Francophone culture and identity. CSCNO schools also attain superior academic results and its students graduate with a high level of bilingualism and a solid grasp of the French language.

portes ouvertes 2017

Professional basketball player Serresse returns to share his skills at Collège Notre-Dame

December 11, 2017

Professional basketball player and College Notre-Dame graduate Georges Serresse has come back to Sudbury. It didn’t take him long to return to his roots at Collège Notre-dame and give his support to players from all three “Alouettes” boys basketball teams. Thanks to his backing, the Alouettes are planning to make waves on the high school basketball scene this year.

École Notre-Dame (Hanmer) students to receive their martial arts yellow belts

December 7, 2017

After several weeks of training, grades 7 and 8 students from École Notre-Dame (Hanmer) have earned a yellow belt in the Kuk Sool – Hapkido martial arts style. On Saturday, December 9, the students will demonstrate what they have learned and receive their belts.

Members of the media are invited to attend the demonstration, which will start at 9:30 a.m. in the École Notre-Dame gymnasium at 4503 Dennie St., Hanmer. This project was initiated by École Notre-Dame teacher and black belt holder in Kuk Sool – Hapkido, Mr. Robert Tremblay. Kuk Sool – Hapkido style is a mix of traditional and modern martial arts. It includes self-defence techniques, conditioning movements, martial arts demonstration techniques and competition training.