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Important Information/Dates:

 

Archbishop MacDonald High School Invitational

David Adomako-Ansah SR. Basketball Tournament- Feb. 4-6, 2016

 

**CCAT exam for those who missed it will be: Feb. 11 at 1 pm** 

 

REGISTRATION: Please print off and fully complete registration package.
Grade 10 Regular Program Registration Package

Grade 10 French Immersion Registration Package

Grade 10 MYP/IB Registration Package
(Only applies to students who are currently enrolled at their Junior High in a MYP school)

 Registration packages will be accepted on the DESIGNATED REGISTRATION DATES ONLY.
**Please see Junior High Registration Dates below**

 Junior High Registration Dates at MAC

Ecole Archbishop MacDonald High School VIEWBOOK 2016-2017

Shadow Program Application 2016

Student Program Book

 

 PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR IB GALA OPEN HOUSE ON
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2ND, 2016  AT 7:00 P.M.

 

REGULAR OPEN HOUSE ON
THURSDAY, MARCH 10TH AT 7:00 P.M.

 

 50 Year Anniversary and Homecoming - September 30th & Oct 1, 2016

   

Archbishop MacDonald School Growth Plan 2015-2018 

  

School Timetable 2015-2016

 

 

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Media Smarts: My Connected Life
In today’s day and age, social media is everywhere. If you own a smartphone or computer of any sort, odds are you have at least one social media account and checking it is a part of your everyday routine. In high school, you’re constantly surrounded by social media! Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, high school life nowadays revolves around these three entities. It’s a great way to connect with friends, make plans, help spread information if you’re in a school club or sport, and it can even help you meet new people. Although there are many great things social media can offer, there can be a couple downsides too.
 
For example, they give you some really helpful tips on how to avoid this new-found social phobia of “missing out”.
 

 

 We are a unique Catholic high school with specialized academic programs and a warm, personal environment in which to learn. Thus, a strong tradition of academic excellence with spiritual dimensions and community involvement is embedded in our school.

Our mission is to encourage and celebrate the education and development of the whole person by nurturing spiritual growth, student leadership skills and social responsibility within a Catholic community of learners which recognizes the academically talented individual. 

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