905-687-7301 34 Catherine Street, St. Catharines, ON L2R 5E7

At this year's Sears Drama Festival Collegiate received the following awards:

Award of Merit for Best Dramatic Actor: James Fraser
Award of Excellence for Best Dramatic Actor: Fox Chamberland
Best Canadian Play
Outstanding Production Award
Peltoma Award for Overall Production

We were also selected to participate in the 2015 SOYTF (Sourthern Onatrio Youth Theatre Festival)


The 12th Annual DSBN Road Race, presented by Meridian Credit Union, is happening Sunday, April 26th at the DSBN Ed Centre in St. Catharines.

***The deadline to guarantee your 2015 DSBN Road Race shirt is Friday, March 20th – so please get those registration forms into the EFN office!***

Prices are still only $10 for students and $20 for adults over the age of 20!



New SHSM programs for 2014-2015:

- Arts & Culture
- Information & Communication Technology
- Hospitality & Tourism

For information about these programs click the link: SHSM



The DSBN will be surveying all students in Grades 4 - 12 on March 30 - 31.  Click here for more information.


The 2015 Prom Project Niagara event is happening Saturday, April 11th at:

• Fort Erie Secondary School
• Thorold Secondary School
• Beamsville Secondary School

If you know if a student who could use head to toe formal wear for their prom, grad or formal event, please have them join us Saturday, April 11th at one of these locations from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

See Mrs. Orr, Mr. Ianiero or Mr. Abfal for information on team tryouts and practice schedules.


Congratulations to the Collegiate Drama Department. They have been selected to represent Canada at 2016 AHSTF theatre festival in Edinburgh Scotland.

Fundraisers will be announced soon to help students attend this great event.



Visit ahstf.org for more information
 

Student Handbook - 2014-2015

Important Dates for 2014-2015
 School Year


Congratulations to Yoon for his recent success in selling the plans for the 15 kN thrust liquid propellent rocket engine project that he designed. This was sold through a crowd funding website. He uploaded the project for 60 days, and was provided, by 72 donors, funds amounting to over $7000. These funds will now provide the next stages for project development, which will include the beginning of the actual machining process. Yoon is also planning on conducting further testing with the University of Waterloo's Rocketry team. 
Our School-To-Community art class participated for the second year in the window and door painting project at the St. Catharines General Hospital.