More than 100 people attended a Tuesday night meeting with London District Catholic school board officials to discuss the possibility that roughly 225 kids would start learning at St. Mary’s Catholic High School.
The board has 26,000 students, up from 24,000 a year ago.
On the heels of an approval for a new $51 million London high school, the Catholic school board will submit a wish list for six new builds, including two secondary schools, to the Ontario government.
If it was a hockey game, the score would be 5 to 1 for the smaller team. With Thursday’s announcement that one of London’s oldest Catholic high schools, Regina Mundi, will be rebuilt from scratch with a new $51 million building, the separate school board will have built four new high schools in London since […]
Grade 9 students in the London District Catholic school board showed a 16 per cent improvement in standardized math tests during the last academic year compared to the year before, according to just-released results. But for that one exception, students in the region’s two biggest school boards – the Catholic board and the Thames Valley […]
The London District Catholic school board will be building a new, $51-million high school in the city, education ministry officials announced Thursday.
One of London’s oldest Catholic high schools is likely to be torn down.
Shuttered since the beginning of the pandemic, cafeterias in Catholic high schools will reopen in the new year after months of negotiations, says one school board trustee.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) is condemning vandalism at three of its London offices by “transphobic bigots,” and one of its leaders says education workers will stand up Wednesday “to those who are spreading hate.” Offices of three London CUPE locals representing education workers and school support staff at two London-area boards were […]
A clash of emotions is not uncommon in the days leading up to the first day of school, a Western University expert in child psychology says.
Both of the region’s major school boards are experiencing such explosive growth they need almost 70 new portables to handle the 6,200 more students.
Western University’s faculty of education is speeding up and modifying the process to become a certified teacher amid what officials are calling a critical shortage in classrooms provincewide.
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