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Crusaders LA

Congratulations Alec Mckinnon, CEFO award winner for Sacred Heart High School, 2017.
Catholic Student Award

Vimy Anniversary

The Literacy Test will be written on Thursday morning, March 30th, in the a.m.. Final after school help session is March 29th after school. Sign up in main office!

Parent-Teacher Interviews are Thursday, March 30th from 5-8 pm in the Gymnasium. Student Report Cards were sent home this week by each teacher.

Ladies Night Out

Skills Ontario Results
So far at Skills Ontario Provincial Championships in Toronto On May 3, 2017, after 3 days of competition, SHHS has done very well

KEATON RICH is Provincial Champion in Machining
MICHAEL MONTREUIL is 2nd in Ontario in CAM - Computer Aided Manufacturing

 Keaton Gold  Michael Silver
 Keaton Machining  Mike CNC

Skills Ontario - Midland Results  2017

The second round of skills for the welders was in Midland this past weekend. The competitors from Near North (Huntsville to Guelph and Forest to Lindsay) were all bidding for a place in the top three to advance to the Ontario round May 1-3. The level of skill was ramped up as all the competitors had to qualify at earlier regional rounds. Sacred Heart had three welders who qualified from Owen Sound regional skills qualifier. Christian Glass, Nick Kieswetter and Jake Spitzig were all in the shop last week honing their skills. Former skill competitors, Brett Waetcher and Craig Klein came back to pass on some tips and tricks for our three qualifiers to the event. The part had several challenging welds including overhead and several multiple pass welds using various welding techniques. All three made huge improvements in the last few weeks and any one of them could qualify. As per the rules however no more than one student per board and only if they place in the top three at the competition. So first you have to be in the top three and then beat all your teammates. When the weld smoke cleared in Midland, Jake Spitzig was sitting in second and will be representing Sacred Heart High School at the Ontario round. Congratulations to all the welders this year on a job well done and good luck to Jake as he continues to prepare for the Ontario round.

Mr.  McCormick

Skills Canada – Owen Sound Competition 2017

Skills Canada is a competition that showcases the skills in the trades for secondary and post-secondary divisions. Students are placed head to head with students from other districts and locals across the country to show both their knowledge and hands on skills in a multitude of disciplines. On Friday last week 9 students went up to Georgian College in Owen Sound for the first qualifier of the Skills Canada Competition.  Sacred Heart sent students in three disciplines this year to this first round. In Small engines Cole Black and Tanner Meyer had to diagnose and repair several errors in electrical, fuel and mechanical areas. In Precision machining Keaton Rich, Everett Grubb and Kyle had to use produce parts to specifications on the lathe and the milling machine. In welding Nick Kieswetter, Christian Glass, Jake Spitzig and Elijah Warner had to fabricate a complicated part using blueprint reading skills and stick and mig multi-positional welding techniques.

 All of the competitors did their bests and showcased the awesome programs within the walls of SHHS.

The results were outstanding and several of the team achieving top three finishes. Keaton Rich and Everett Grubb came first and second in precision machining and Jake Spitzig achieve a 3rd in Welding. With hot young guns Elijah Warner and Kyle Hammel in grades 9 and 10 impressing the judges Sacred Heart will have a strong team for years to come.

Our next round, this Saturday in Barrie, will consist of the 3 qualifying welders in attendance. Jake Spitzig, Nick Kieswetter and Christian Glass will touch up their skills this week and be ready for round 2.

Keaton Rich has qualified for the provincial competition on May 2nd

Congrats to all the skills competitors!

11th Annual Doogie Cup
High School Girls Rugby Tournament
Friday, April 28, 2017 in Walkerton @ SHHS / WDCS

Doogie Cup Schedule
Downloadable Version

CEW 2017

He is Risen

Toy Donations Needed

Relay For Life

Download Full Information & Permission Form
for SHHS Relay for Life
Thursday, June 1st 9am-9pm
Friday is a P.A. Day

Course Selection Information - Forms

Inclement Weather - Bus Cancellations

School Bus Cancellations can be monitored through this link and local media.

Become a Crusader!
Join the Sacred Heart High School Family

School Registration Info
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Grad Info Mtg

OSAP Session

Drama Production

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Semester 1 Examinations

All exams will be written in the morning.

Period 1: Friday, January 27
Period 2: Monday, January 30
Period 4: Tuesday, January 31
Period 5: Wednesday, February 1

All Students are to be in the classroom by 9:20 a.m.

Grade 11 & 12 Exams: 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Grade 9 & 10 Exams: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

  •          Students may not leave the examination room until 11:30, which is 30 minutes prior to the maximum scheduled length of the exam.
  • ·         In the event that a student is unable to write due to illness, a doctors certificate is required.
  • ·         Students must be in dress code.
  • ·         If there is a snow day, that particular exam will be written on the next school day and the exam schedule will move by 1 day.
  • ·         Gym is closed all day!
  • ·         Library is closed in the morning.

Open - January 27th, 30th. , 31st.

  • ·         Teachers will be available for tutoring and extra help from 12:45 - 2:00 in their classrooms.
  • ·         Students, who remain in school for the afternoon, will be able to use the cafeteria or library to study.


Trades Night

Become a Crusader!
Join the Sacred Heart High School Family

School Registration Info
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Parent Night

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Celebrate our 2016 Retirees

Come to an Open House at Sacred Heart Cafeteria on Saturday, July 2, 2016
Retirees 2016

Congratulations 2016 Retirees!

Come and join us for an Open House for the

2016 Retirees from Sacred Heart High School!

Sacred Heart High School is hosting an open house for

Veronica Davidson, Nora Cowe,
Brian Hicks, Deborah Hicks and Natalie Vandenberg.

Saturday July 2, 2016 1 - 4 pm

School Tours will be available for all former and current students of the Heart.

Come and see how much the school has changed since you were here last.

There will be lots of displays including old yearbooks,

photos, play memorabilia and much more.

Hope to see you there.

Grads 2016 1

Graduation 2016
Grads 2016 2

Exam Schedule

 SHHS Athletic Awards 2016
 Top Athletes
 Top Athletes (Above)
Jasmine Thompson, Luke Zettel, (Seniors) Matt Donnelly, Sophie Borho (Juniors)
 Coaches Awards
 Coaches Awards for Dedication and Effort
Jeremiah Lemay (Jr. Boys), Lucas Slosser-McLean (Sr. Boys), Emma Eccles, Melynda McKenzie (Sr. Girls), Hannah McArthur (Jr. Girls)

Support Breakfast Club

Champ Chats

T&F Champs
Tony Elliott and Matt Donnelly represented SHHS extremely well through the Track & Field season - medaling at CWOSSA and finishing strong at Provincials ... Tony Elliott 5th OFSAA sr. Discus and Matt Donnelly 6th OFSAA midget 800m!

Opening of New Manufacturing, Visual Arts & Innovation Centre

On Tuesday, June 14 2016 the new wing @ SHHS was opened and blessed, signalling a new opportunity for students and staff alike.

 New Wing 1  Trustees, Staff, Public, Media @ the Blessing / Opening
 Chaplain, Catholic Student Award Winner and Student Trustees  Board Chair & Student Trustee
 Student Presenters  Tour Begins
 Chair of the BGCDSB Board  Assistant DepMin of Ed & Former Director of BGCDSB
 2 Directors of BGCDSB in front of CNC machine  Plasma Cutter
 Guests, Board Personnel & Contractors  Guests, Board Personnel & Contractors
 Student Presenters  Student Presenters
 Mr. M & Contractors  Local MPP L. Thompson
 Dir of Ed BGCDSB J. McKinnon  Brockton Greetings

See Additional Information about our new wing page

Innovation Wing

   Dance Recital June

 Anne Frank
Download the Poster
Follow Crusader Productions on Facebook 

BAA Soccer Champs

Ford Test Drive

Exam Workshop

Skills Canada 2016

This has been an extraordinary year for those students who participated in the Skills Canada competitions.  From the preliminary challenges through to the Ontario finals the team put in tremendous effort.  The effort this year was put into overdrive with a few weeks preceding the Ontario round of Skills Canada.  Learning from the previous competitions, Keaton Rich worked on speed as well as ideas to improve accuracy in precision machining.  Craig Klein spent lunches, evenings and extra days practicing various forms of welding.  He had welding mentors from previous years helping with different techniques and has benefited by the pay it forward system.  The CNC router competition had a challenge of no previous history.  Dalton Goetz, who took on the CNC router challenge, put in a huge effort to not only learn the art of designing in a CAD package but also programming and operating the CNC router.  Dalton spent many late nights running the CNC router and adjusting programs to suit his vision.  All those who competed captured the essence of competing in Skills.  They not only became much more knowledgeable in their respected classes they seen the results from their efforts.  At the Ontario round they all certainly did their personal best. Craig’s welds were impressive and challenged the top welders in the province.  Dalton’s plaque was very elaborate and utilized many programming techniques.  Keaton Rich skills in the precision machining had a very difficult milling and lathe project with tolerances less than the human hair.  Keaton led the way with a silver medal in precision machining and will be back next year aiming for another podium finish.SHHS thanks Mr. McCormick for all of your mentoring and extra effort spent with these students, as well as Mrs. Cowe and Ms. Liefl.

The 2016 Skills competitors

  • Precision Machining – Keaton Rich & Matt Spielmacher
  • Welding – Craig Klein, Zack Harper, Ben Klages & Tait Hawken
  • 2 man construction – Dwayne Grubb & Brent Schnurr
  • CNCwoodworking – Dalton Goetz
  • Culinary – Chris Klerks-Curtis
  • Photography – Hannah Plumbstead

K Rich Skills Ont
Keaton Rich – Silver at the Skills Ontario competition

Results from the Ontario round can be found on the skills Ontario website at

We are very proud of the work ethic and effort they all put in. The students from the first competition to the Ontario round at RIM represent Sacred Heart with what can only be described as Heart!

 Important Dates 2015-16:

  • Monday, May 16th 6th Trinity Workshop
  • Monday, May 23rd Victoria Day
  • Tuesday, May 24th Play Performance for Elementary Students @ 10:00 a.m.
  • May 25th – 28th Play Performance @ 7:30 p.m
  • May 26 & 27 Boys’ CWOSSA Soccer at SHHS
  • Wednesday, June 1st Trinity Community Project – Mental Health Walk (Period 2)
  • Thursday, June 2nd Awards Assembly
  • Friday, June 3rd P.A. Day
  • Monday, June 6th Interim Report Cards go home
  • Thursday, June 9th Dance Performance @ 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, June 10th Year End/Yearbook Assembly in p.m.
  • Friday, June 10th Last Day of Field Trips
  • June 14 & 15 Gr. 9 EQAO Math Test
  • Thursday, June 16 Outdoor Mass – Timetable B
  • June 17th & 20th Exam Review
  • Wednesday, June 22 Locker Clean Out after morning announcements
  • June 21 – 24 Exams in the morning

Multicultural Celebration

Apr 28 2016                        Midterm Report Cards go home
Apr 28 2016        OSAP & Finance presentation – 7:00 p.m.


 Recognizing SHHS Student Leaders!

 Catholic Student
 Congratulations to Cole Wiseman, our 2016 Catholic Student of the Year. Cole is an excellent role model @ The Heart.
 Applause Brkfst
 Congratulations to Lawrence Filsinger and Nikki Adams for your hard work throughout the school and recognition at 2016 Applause Breakfast!

Spirit Week

Catholic Education Week Activities

SHHS Trinity Youth Club to Elementary schools – All Week

 Monday Time Full Time Conference Canada Competition in KW Day Wear Red & Black

 Tuesday Ed. Week Mass Time Full Time Conference Canada Competition in KW Day Tacky Tourist Dress Day

 Wednesday Canada Competition in KW Ministry trip to Toronto Dismissal - Timetable D Day Wear Hat & Jersey Day

 Thursday Day - Super Hero Day Math Conference Bank trip for students who signed up Period 2

 Friday Math Conference Stations set up in Chapel at noon

#breakthesilencebgh ... Mental Health Awareness Week

ABCs of Mental Health

Hello Everyone! 

In addition to all the great events planned for Mental Health Awareness Week /Month, we are excited to announce a special initiative by Bruce Power.  

Announcing the #breakthesilencebgh campaign!  Bruce Power has planned a wide reaching campaign designed to #breakthesilence around mental health issues.  This campaign will include a Monday morning press conference and breakfast at their Visitor’s Centre as well as a week full of other events including a health fair, guest speakers and information commercials that will be played throughout the plant.  For more details about their campaign, please visit 

This is a very exciting opportunity for CMHA Grey Bruce as the campaign also has a fundraising component.  For each post of the #Breakthesilencebgh tag shared this week (May2-7), Bruce Power will donate $1 to a local mental health charity up to $80,000.  It’s like their OWN Bell Let’s Talk Day! 

This coming week we ask for your help to #GetLoud for mental health! 

·                  Wear GREEN to recognize your support for mental health awareness.  

·                  Take pictures with your own words of support and share in social media along with the tags:  #GetLoud #BreaktheSilencebgh #MHW2016 #EndtheStigma #MentalHealth #ivegotyourback911 #youarenotalone.  Don’t forget to tag your own workplaces and organizations!  

·                  Attend any of the great events planned over the next month to meet others, learn more and expand your own story. 

·                  Continue to help us break down stigma by spreading the word that mental health is 5 in 5!  We all have mental health!  We all deserve good mental health.  And with the rights supports, recovery is possible!   

For more information about any of these events or initiatives, please contact April Robinson at


Rotary Exchange

Grad Awards

Wednesday, June 29 Graduation 7pm


Deadline to Apply is FRIDAY April 15, 2016
See Student Services and this website for more information
Click on the IMAGE to DOWNLOAD full information
1st Time Full Time

Ref Job Walkerton

Summer Job Opportunities - Check out the Student Services Bulletin Board
(outside the Guidance Office / Student Services Office)

Doogie Cup Rugby Tournament

Friday, April 29, 2016 @ SHHS

Doogie Cup

Lincoln M. Alexander Award

Nomination deadline is May 31

The Lincoln M. Alexander Award honours youth who have demonstrated leadership in eliminating racial discrimination in Ontario. The award was first given in 1993.

Three awards are given each year: two student awards and one community award.

Recipients receive a personalized certificate as well as a $5,000 cash award.

The award is named after the late Honourable Lincoln M. Alexander, who was the 24th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, serving from 1985 – 1991. He was the first member of a minority group to serve as a Lieutenant Governor in any province in Canada.

For More Information or to Download Nomination Form

Who is eligible?

Student Award
A student award is given to a full-time student who attends a senior high school or who will be entering a postsecondary education program. Students must be nominated by their school.

Community Award
A community award is open to anyone who lives in Ontario and is between 16 and 25 years old and who is nominated by a community organization or agency that works in race relations.

Gymnasts are OFSAA Bound!

Gymnastics OFSAA Bound

We're going to OFSAA!! Way to go Katie Myatt and Kaylie Brown!! SHHS gymnastics team! @SHHSCrusaders @BGCDSB


Muskoka Woods Leadership Trip Going Great!

Muskoka Woods bus will return around 5:30 Thursday, April 14th

 Looks like the competition between students and staff have begun at Muskoka Woods. Looking at the grin on Luke Zettel's face in the second pic, it seems he won the race to the top against Ms. White! Elementary Students from our feeder schools will have a great time with the SHHS leaders!
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Students Experience Powerful Holy Week Presentation of the Stations of the Cross

- Presented by SHHS Students and the Mustard Seeds Youth Group from Holy Family Parish in Hanover on Wednesday, March 23, 2016

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Nicaragua Mission Trip - Good Work at NPH

Ms White is heading to the orphanage in Nicaragua with 8 of our students in March.  They will be bringing down donations and gently used clothing and working at the NPH Nicaragua Mission for another year! Well done students and Parish members from Sacred Heart Walkerton.


 Course Selection Information - Forms

Co-Op Schedule for Semester 2

Nicole Strader Recognized
for Being a Special Person!

Nicole Strader

Congratulations to Nicole Strader, our 2016 Project Cinderella winner. Nicole was nominated by 2 people stating she was very deserving of this honour. Nick interrupted her chemistry class today (March 11) at Walkerton Sacred Heart Secondary School and surprised her. Check out the video at

 Come on Out and Get Involved

Tuesday  - Liturgical dance practice at noon 

Wednesday - Band at to anyone who wants to join

Thursday - Coffee House  - in the music room - bring your guitar or voice or self  at noon


 Down Syndrome Day

 Cheer Team

Second place at the Ontario cheerleading federation provincial cheer competition! Moving on to nationals April 2&3rd in Brampton! Fantastic work Crusaders!

 First Aid
 Syrian Dinner

Reserve your tickets now! April 19 fundraising dinner to support Syrian refugees in Bruce Grey ... $35 each or a table of 10 for $325. Call 519-364-5820 X268

Refugee Information Meeting

SHHS will be hosting aCommunity Refugee Information Evening in the cafeteria on Wednesday March 2 at7pm.

If you would like to learnmore about the refugee sponsorship program, be involved in the organizing,fundraising, driving or friendship volunteer groups come out to thisinformation meeting.

DEADLINE EXTENDED until March 1st for ORDERS. Expected delivery on March 7th Citrus Sale


 Milk Bags  

Milk Bags Wanted
for Social Justice Project

Mr. Turcotte’s grade 12 religion class at Sacred Heart High School has decided to construct milk bag mats to help people around the world. Many people are not as fortunate as us and do not have beds to sleep in at night; they have to sleep on the ground. Milk bags are used because they are washable, they don't retain moisture and they are very durable. ~The milk bag mats give these people something to sleep on and provide some comfort. Not only do these bags help people globally but they also reduce the amount of plastic we are dumping into the environment. It takes approximately 25 years for milk bags to decompose. In addition to this plastic garbage in the ocean kills about 1 million sea creatures annually. It takes about 500 milk bags to create 1 mat. This is why we need your help. We would like to ask you to save your milk bags and send to SHHS. We hope to make as many mats as we can so your help is greatly appreciated.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mario Turcotte at 519-881-1900 or

We appreciate your support and contributions to help us with this project.

Mr Turcotte's grade 12 religion class



Senior Boys Hockey Wins CWOSSA

On Thursday, Feb. 25 the Boys Hockey team captured the CWOSSA finals 5-2 and will compete at OFSAA Mar. 7-10, 2016, in Ottawa

Respectable finish at OFSAA Gentlemen and CWOSSA Champs!
Read about it in the local media

James Masters/The Owen Sound Sun Times/Postmedia Network
Photo from James Masters/The Owen Sound Sun Times/Postmedia Network

 Prospective Crusaders visit SHHS
 on Wed. Feb. 3, 2016

On Wednesday, February 3rd Sacred Heart High School staff and Student Advisory Council (SAC) hosted approximately 150 Grade 8 students. Students were introduced to a wide variety of progams including athletics, manufacturing & tech studies, computer technology & robotics, foods & nutrition, visual arts, music & drama, and the Specialist High Skills Major Program in Health Care & Wellness. Students were presented with a Crusaders tuque at the end of the day and a great day was had by all involved. 

Welcome and hope you enjoyed the day and hope to see you in September!

 Welcome Gr 8s
 Gym Crowd 1

 Gr 8
 Caf  Music Dance

Gr8 Parent Night

Invitation to Participate

Please find attached a Save the date flyer for the WeCARE 'Share' happening May 13th. This is an initiative of the Grey Bruce We CARE project, a collation ofschool boards, police and community partners who have come together to addressyouth mental health.  The 'Share' eventbrings adults and youth together for a conversation about youth mental healthand is open to youth and adults throughout Grey Bruce at no cost. This year’sKeynote speaker will be Kevin Breel who some of you may remember from MentalHealth First Aid Training: Confessions of a Depressed Comic (Ted Talk).  Here are some of the comments from last year’s'Share' 

      I thinkthat the event was certainly informative, but the part that I liked the mostwas that it was not just speeches but that it was discussion

      Excellentvariety that contributed to the meaning of the message

      studentpresenters were excellent brave and inspiring

      Veryhelpful and mind opening

      I likedthis workshop because I learned things about mental Health, my mind and bodythat I never thought of

Please pass this message along as the project hopes toreach adults and youth throughout Grey & Bruce Counties.  Further information will follow and will alsobe posted at


Ann-Marie Deas, M.S.W., R.S.W.
MentalHealth Lead, Bruce-Grey C.D.S.B.

Semester 1 Exam Schedule

All exams will be written in the morning.
Period 1:      Thursday, Jan. 28
Period 2:      Friday, Jan. 29
Period 4:      Monday, Feb. 1
Period 5:      Tuesday, Feb. 2

All Students  are to be in the classroom by 9:20 a.m.
Grade 11 & 12 Exams:         ·  9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Grade 9 & 10 Exams:     10:00 a.m. -12:00  p.m.

Download Semester 1 Exam Schedule

Students may not leave the examination room until 11:30, which is 30 minutes prior to the maximum scheduled length of the exam.

In the event that a student is unable to write due to illness, a doctor's certificate is required.

Students must be in dress code. No cell phones, lpods, etc.

Gym is closed all day!

Library is closed in the morning.

Cafeteria: will remain open until 12:30 on Thurs., Fri. & Mon. - Tues.-CLOSED!II

Teachers will be available for tutoring and extra help from 12:45 - 2:00 in their classrooms.

Students, who remain in school for the afternoon, will be able to use the cafeteria or Library to study.

If there is a snow day, that particular exam will be written on the next school day and the exam schedule will move by 1 day.

Dance Recital

Ski Club News


Ski Club
As part of the ski club all students are required to fill out a permission form and liability form for the hill.  This year Blue Mtn is going on-line with forms.  Please post the following link on our web page under the title of Sacred Heart Ski Club
Waiver/ ski/board rental form:
Dates are Jan. 11, Feb8, Feb22, and a snow date of Feb. 29

 Wes For Youth Online Hockey Tournament

This annual event takes place on Wed. Jan 6 and Thurs. Jan7, 2016. This tournament features 8 boys and 8 girls high school hockey teams playing a minimum of four games while also raising awareness of Youth Mental Health. SHHS students have an opportunity to support this event and travel to the Walkerton Arena on the afternoon of Wed. Jan 6 to watch the girls and boys hockey teams take on their opponents. Raffles, draws, information, clothing, etc. will be available at the arena to help support this important cause. See for additional information. Students need to return permission forms and payment PRIOR to the Christmas Break.

Boys Champs

Wes ForYouth Online High School Hockey Tournament 2016
Wed. Jan. 6 and Thurs. Jan. 7, 2016

Boys        (Bold)                                                              Girls (Italics)

Division A                                                                           DivisionA

Sacred Heart 1  (A1)                                                          Resurrection – Kitchener (A1)

St. Mary’s (StM) Owen Sound (A3)                                  Kincardine  (A3)

Resurrection (A2)                                                              StAnne’s- Clinton (A4)

Walkerton District  (A4)                                                    StMichael’s – Stratford (SM)  (A2)


Division B                                                                          DivisionB

FE Madill  (B1)                                                                  SacredHeart  (B3)

Collingwood Collegiate   (B2)                                           Collingwood Collegiate (B2)

Sacred Heart 2  (B3)                                                          FEMadill – Wingham   (B4)

Kincardine  (B4)                                                                CentreWellington - Fergus  (B1)

 Day 1 Wednesday January 6, 2016   …. Scores representorder of team/score (ie SH1 1 vs StM 0 or SH 0 vs CW 2)






SH1 vs StM   1-0

SH vs FE  2 -0

FE vs SH2  3 -1


RS vs SM 3-2

KD vs SA 4-2

KD vs SH2 1-5


RS vs StM 3-1

SH vs CW  0-2

FE vs CC  4-0


RS vs KD  5-0

CC vs FE  3-0



RS vs WD  6-0

SM vs SA  1-0

CC vs SH2  3-1



SH vs CC  1-5

KD vs FE  5-4



SH1 vs WD  4-0

FE vs CW  0-5


RS vs SA  1-0

KD vs SM  1-3

CC vs KD  4-1


SH1 vs RS  2-0

StM vs WD 6-4

CW vs CC 2-0

 Day 2Thursday January 7, 2016







Q2G – Div B2 (CC) vs Div A3 (KD)
1-0 ot

Q2B – Div B2 (CC) vs Div A3 (StM)
3-4 ot

Q4B – Div A2 (RS) vs Div B3 (SH2)

Q4G – Div A2  (SM) vs Div B3 (SH)


Q1G – Div A1 (RS) vs. Div B4 (FE)

Q1B – Div A1 (SH1) vs Div B4  (KD)

Q3B – Div B1 (FE) vs Div A4 (WD)

Q3G – Div B1 (CW) vs Div A4 (SA)








SMG1 – winners from above games

CC 1 vs RS 3

SMB1 – winners from above games

STM 3  vs SH 4

SMB2 – winners from above games
FE 3 vs RS 2

SMG2 – winners from above games

 SM 2 CW 1

1:45 – 3:00

Bronze Girls
CW 1 vs CC 0

Bronze Boys
STM 5 vs RS 1




3:10 – 4:30

Gold Girls

SM 2 vs RS 0

St. Michael's - Gold
Resurrection - Silver

Gold Boys

SH 2 Vs FE 1

Sacred Heart -Gold
FE Madill - Silver




 Download a PDF COPY of the FULL RESULTS

Bruce Power Co Op

Download the Poster. Come to the Cabaret My Friends! An enjoyable evening of musical talents, comedy and fun! Hope to see you there!

Gr. 12 Trip to Toronto for Missionary Work

Donations of new or gently used clothing would be greatly appreciated! The Human Rights Club and the Gr. 12 religion classes are heading to Toronto on Wed. Nov. 18, 2015 to do missionary work downtown and to give out donated items to help keep people warm this winter.

Homecoming Performers Needed
#Remember Them
Lest We Forget! .... We Will Remember Them


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The Entire School Attended the Brockton Cenotaph Services

Order your SHHS School Clothing.
Place order in SAC hallway at lunch. Make cheques payable to Sacred Heart High School. See full details on the order form. You may go to for more information as well.
SHHS Clothing

Bountiful Thanksgiving Food Drive

In partnership with the Farm Credit Corporation and Local Food Banks, the Crusaders carried out a school wide Food Drive. Class reps are pictured with a small amount of the food brought in.

Food Bank
Ms. Gatto's class organized the FCC Drive Away Hunger food drive. over 970 lbs of food collected! @BGCDSB

Live Like a Refugee Event 

The Human Rights Group organized a refugee walk and barbecue fundraiserfor the Development and Peace Syrian refugee crisis. Over 100 studentsparticipated caring water jug some walking the track for the morning on acold rainy day. Over $1000 was raised. Congratulations to all whoparticipated and supported by pledging and purchasing the barbecuelunch.

Refugee Walk

The Human Rights Club would like you to become more aware of the Refugee Crisis that is happening around the world. We would like you to experience a little of what it must be like to travel like a refugee.

The event will run on Friday October 16th during period 2 and into lunch. 

Students are encouraged to sign up in teams of 4-8. You will walk the track as a group carrying weights or water jugs. This event will run rain or shine so come dressed for the weather. 

A minimum of $5.00is needed, but you are encouraged to go out into your community to get more pledges. Receipts will be available. 

BBQ food will be available to purchase during lunch.All proceeds of the BBQ will also be going to the Development and Peace Syria Crisis Relief Fund to help to sponsor a family to come to Canada. 

Please consider supporting this cause by participating or pledging someone.

 Download Full Information Sheet and Pledge Form

College and University Liaison Visits to SHHS

 Universities and Colleges will be visiting SHHS topromote their programs. Graduating students are invited to choose someof the presentations to attend, to gather additional information forpost-secondary. Download the post secondary institution schedule.

Chapel and Chapel Lounge
and Activities

Drop-ins always welcome- come anytime ! 

Mondays- Mindful Mondays, come for 10 minutes of meditation at noon, Followed by Teen discussion Group Drop ln.

Tuesdays- 8:50am Rosary Prayers, Ukulele Club at noon

Wednesday- Praise and Worship Music, come to play, sing or listen at noon

Thursdays- 8:50am Morning Prayers, Human Rights Club meets at noon

Friday- Parachute Club in the Lounge & special services/masses in chapel, noon

International Student Exchange Programme

Welcome to SHHS

Sacred Heart welcomes exchange students Lea Blomeke (Germany), Imma Osuna Herrador (Spain) and Juliette Perche (France). Pictured below from left to right are Charlie Wise, Lea Blomeke, Lily Huber, Imma Osuna Herrador, Lena Wheeler and Juliette Perche. Welcome to the Heart! — at Sacred Heart High School.

School Year 2015-16 Information

Students will be provided Course outlines in each of their courses. These are to be signed by students/parents and returned promptly to the appropriate teacher.

The school office will also give out Personal Information Sheets. Students and guardians are to verify / correct any contact information and promptly return the forms to the homeroom teacher or directly to the office. This is very important that the school has correct contact information for all families. 

If you need to contact the school, please contact the school
@ 519-881-1900 (also number for the answering machine) 
Sacred Heart High School
450 Robinson Street, Box 1480
Walkerton, OntarioN0G 2V0
(P) 519-881-1900 (F) 519-881-4819
Attendance Email


Start of School Year Forms 2015-16

 Board School Calendar 2015-16

Driver Education Classes

Semester 1

2015-16 School Year

Go to Driver's Education Page for full Details and Forms

For  times and dates for the Driver Education classes to be offered at SHHS for Semester I of the 2015/2016 school year.  Ifyou are interested in taking one of these classes please complete theRegistration Form provided and return it with a cheque for $520 to Mrs.Stuempfle in the Guidance Office.  Please indicate which class you wish to take and date your cheque for the date on which the class begins.

If you are interested in taking one of these classes please complete theRegistration Form provided and return it with a cheque to the schooloffice. Please indicate which class you wish to take and date your cheque for the date on which the class begins.

Cosmo extends a warm welcome to our the new BGCDSB Director of Education, Mr. Jamie McKinnon, at the Gr.9 Orientation Day. Welcome to the Heart!

Dir. of Ed. Mr. McKinnon

2015-16 Important Dates: (Download Full List)

  • Monday, September 7                                     Labour Day
  • Tuesday, September 8                                    First day of classes
  • Tuesday, September 8                                    Trinity - Internal Nominations Forms to staff
  • Thursday, September 10                                 Grade 9 Parent Information Night @ 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, September 11                                      Photo Day in the Library
  • Tuesday, September 15                                  Mass - Timetable B
  • Friday, September 18                                      Grade 9 Appreciation (p.m.)
  • September 21 - 25                                            Trinity-Gr.9-12 Caring Adult Survey (whole school)
  • Friday, September 25                                      Trinity - Internal Nominations close
  • Friday, September 25                                      Welcome Back Assembly - Timetable B
  • Wednesday, September 30                            Terry Fox School Run
  • Wednesday, September 30                            Trinity-Gr. 10 Leaders Meeting @ lunch
  • Thursday, October 1                                       Trinity-Gr. 11 Leaders Meeting @ lunch
  • Friday, October 2                                            Trinity-Gr. 12 Leaders Meeting @ lunch
  • October 5 - 9                                                    Graduation Photos by appointment only
  • Wednesday, October 7                                   Early Dismissal - Timetable D
  • Monday, October 12                                       Thanksgiving
  • Wednesday, October 14                                 Mass - Timetable B
  • Friday, October 16                                          Trinity Training - Full Day
  • Monday, October 19                                       Interim Report Cards go home
  • Thursday, October 22                                     Parent-Teacher Interviews (5-8 p.m.)
  • Friday, October 23                                          P. A. Day
  • Monday, October 26                                       Deadline for ordering Yearbooks

Innocence Lost:

A Play about Steven Truscott

Innocence Lost

Sacred Heart High School’s Crusader Productions been digging deep into character in preparation for their upcoming spring production Innocence Lost: A Play about Steven Truscottby Beverly Cooper. Innocence Lost, directed by teacher, Veronica Davidson, involves the artistic endeavours and talents of dedicated staff, students, and volunteers at “The Heart”. 

This fast paced historical drama follows the true story of Steven Truscott, a 14 year old boy from Clinton, Ontario who was wrongly accused and convicted of murdering 12 year-old Lynne Harper. The play is told through the perspective of Sarah, a fictional schoolgirl, and it is through her eyes that we see the real opinions and divisions about the case that rocked Canada, and particularly Huron County in 1959. The play follows Steven's fight for freedom from the time of his arrest and trial until his acquittal in 2007 and delves into the impact that a traumatic event has on a small community. A gripping and thought provoking show that is sure to leave audiences astounded. 

Relay For Life 2015

This year's Relay will take place on Friday May 29th and as happened two years ago at our last event, each student team will need a staff member to oversee the team the day of Relay.  The entire 12 hour event will run from 9 am to 9 pm.  Our goal this year is $30 000.  Last Relay our goal was $20 000 and we surprised that by over $7 000 so we would like to shoot even higher this year!

Emma Borho and Abby Slosser-McLean are our Event Chairs this year and already a lot of hard work has been put into creating sub-committees, organizing tasks, and attending Relay U in London before the March Break.  Any questions/concerns can be direct to Ms. Schuett, Emma or Abby.  If you are in contact with any survivors who would participate in our event, or anyone wanting to volunteer the day of, please have them contact Ms. Schuett at 519-881-1900 for information.

Thanks again for your support in this very important cause.

 SHHS Graduation Ceremony - Friday, June 26, 2015

Plans for “Graduation 2015" are well under way. Graduating students who would like to assist with the planning for their graduation ceremony are invited to sign up at the guidance office. The ceremony will be held on Friday, June 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Sacred Heart High School gymnasium. Students must confirm their intention to attend the graduation ceremony by submitting their grad fee of $40.00 at the guidance office by April 30. This grad fee will help to defray the costs associated with our graduation ceremony.

Graduates must ensure that their documentation of 40 hours community service has been submitted at the guidance office by Thursday, June 18 (the last day of classes). This documentation is a requirement for any student to receive an Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Other requirements include a minimum of 30 credits of which 18 are compulsory and the successful completion of the literacy requirement. Students who do not meet these requirements will not be eligible to receive their diploma.

On the evening of the graduation ceremony, the graduates are required to pick-up their gown by 6:15 p.m. The graduation ceremony will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will last approximately two hours. Graduates, family and friends are invited to enjoy refreshments in the school cafeteria following the ceremony.



Awards - Scholarships and Bursaries

Graduating students are eligible to apply for a variety of awards. Application forms will be available at the graduation information meeting and must be submitted at the guidance office by April 30, 2015. Eligibility for community service awards require submission of volunteer hours by May 31st.

Returning gr. 12 students who graduated in June 2014, but postponed their entry to post-secondary until September, 2015 are now eligible to apply for awards. Application forms will be available in the guidance office.



New York City Trip 2014

NY City Trip 2014
On Sunday, October 19th, 2014, 45 students and 4 teachers from Sacred Heart High School departed on a 5 day journey. I was one of those students, bubbling with excitement during the 12 hour drive. Our initial reason for going on this trip was to experience the many forms of art. New York City gave us all types of art and more.
The artists saw pieces, the dancers saw dance, the actors saw theatre, and the singers heard song. However, during this excursion, we experienced more than just the basics of artistry. The entirety of New York City was art in Itself. Not just the architecture, but every life that inhabited the city was another part of the masterpiece.
At the crack of dawn, (6 a.m.) we left the school. As long as the ride felt, we eventually did arrive in the city, and we were all shaking with excitement - and maybe we were a little cold in the cool night air, but it was mostly  excitement.
Five days may not seem like a lot of time to get the full New York experience. However, I believe that we got a good one, even in that amount of time. Each day unfolded something new and amazing. Sometimes it was the headline events, like shopping in Times square, going to see The Phantom of the Opera, touring the streets with every corner a different culture, a musical theatre workshop filled with songs and giggles, the top of the Rockefeller Center, walking the Brooklyn Bridge, touring Central Park, seeing Lady Liberty, and so much more. But, I found that we often had an appreciation for the little things. Like the way we bounced jokes off one another in our spare time, and the way the  skyline went on for what seemed like forever. You could see the appreciation in our smiles when we walked through Central Park on a beautiful sunny day, enjoying the leaves falling around us. As much as we enjoyed these fine details, it still felt like there was so much more to love in the concrete jungle. Southern Ontario seems like a very small place when you are rubbing shoulders with somebody at all times when walking. It’s almost impossible to see the same face twice, when at home you can see the same person 4 times in a day. It was a very new experience for most of us, and I can vouch for the fact that everyone enjoyed the trip. Of course, we made sure to keep a religious aspect to the trip,
touring through different churches and Cathedrals. Somewhere so large that circus animals as tall as giraffes are able to be blessed there. I suppose there was something for everyone in New York City. There was so much to be seen and Experienced, and what makes it better is that we got to do it with some of our closest friends (and our coolest teachers of course).
So, in conclusion, New York City was a trip that everyone enjoyed, and no one will forget. I can definitely say it was one of the best trips of my life, and I would go back any time.
Round two next year, anyone?
~ Courtney Lair~ 

Lest We Forget

 ALL Students are asked to return permission forms so we may attend the Nov. 11th Cenotaph services in Walkerton.  We would like ALL students at this very important event.
Let us remember our veterans and their sacrifice!




Food - Coat Drive

Homeroom class reps are representing their homerooms with over 500 pounds of food collected for the local Walkerton Food bank and over 70 coats were collected for the Coats 4 Kids Drive.
Mr. Kittels grade 9 shop class won the pizza party for the most food items collected.
Congratulations to all; this was a very successful Thanksgiving Drive !!


Applying to University or College?

Applying to university?

Come to guidance and get your OUAC pin
It is required to apply.

OUAC application deadline is wed. Jan. 14, 2015

$140 for 3 choices ($47 for each additional school)


Applying to college?

You will need your OEN # 
it is required to apply.

Ocas application deadline for equal consideration is sun. Feb. 1, 2015

$95 for 5 program choices
(maximum 3 programs per college)

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Well Done! 

Rachel Rier captured BAA Girls Golf Championship, top 10 @ CWOSSA and competed in Kingsville @ OFSAA Golf Championships!

Bon Voyage

New York Trip participants as they head to Times Square and Beyond October 19th to 23rd!


School Clothing is Now On Sale

 The latest limited edition of SHHS clothing is now on sale from our Students' Activity Council (SAC). Check out the styles and sizes by downloading the form and orders will be taken in the SAC hall at lunch time. Logos indicated at top of order form.

Samples will be available @ Parent-Teacher Interviews.

Download Order Form

Orders are due by Tues. Oct. 28th

 Clothing Form

Congratulations to Paulette Lippert, this year's Coaching to Inclusion award winner!

Paulette received her award October 25 at the annual Coaching to Inclusion conference. The award was developed in 1999 to recognize, celebrate and highlight educators who live, breathe and implement Inclusive Education. Attached is the summary highlighting Paulette's contributions to inclusive education at BGCDSB.


Thank you for "Letting your light shine" and being our Champion of Inclusion!

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 Cenotaph  Even though inclement weather forced 2013's Remembrance Day Cenotaph Services to go inside the Legion, SHHS students and staff conducted a service at the Walkerton Cenotaph, while the other students at staff had a respectful Remembrance Day Service via the Smartboard System at school. Lest We Forget.


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