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Loyola Catholic Secondary School
"Gloria Dei Vita Plena"
  • Loyola Catholic Secondary School
  • 4010 Sladeview Cres.
  • Mississauga ON, L5L6B1
  • Phone: 905.820.9822
  • Fax: 905.820.1753
  • Principal: Joseph Giancola
  • Vice Principal(s): Diane Potoczny
  • Gwen Scanlon
  • Superintendent: David Amaral
  • Trustee:
  • Sharon Hobin (Ward 8)
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Loyola Catholic Important Updates

 Welcome to Loyola

 Home of the Warriors

Additional Professional Activity Day Monday, April 11, 2016 Read more


Download copy of Exam Schedule and Instructions Loyola EXAM SCHEDULE 2016.doc

Download your own personal Exam Schedule: my personal exam schedule.pdf 

Important Information for Students

-You must be in full uniform to write your Final Exam, no dress passes will be issued.
-Students who have not returned their textbooks (or payment for texts that have been lost) will be required to do so before writing their examinations.   These students must be sent to the Main Office to see their Vice Principal prior to beginning the examination. 
-Students must come equipped with pens, pencils, rulers (calculators). No sharing of materials will be permitted.
-If you miss an exam for any reason, you must notify the attendance office; illness must be accompanied by a medical note.  Emergencies must be accompanied by a phone call and a legitimate note must follow.  An unexcused absence will result in a zero being assigned for the exam portion of your mark.
-Lockers may not be accessed during exam times; students must stay out of the hallways during scheduled exam times.
-Students who are late should report directly to the office. Students who are late to the exam will not be given any additional time to complete the exam. The teacher will advise Ms. Helsdon when students arrive after attendance has been collected.
-If you do not have a class in the period being examined, you do not have to be at school and if you are here for extra help on a non-exam day, you must be in full uniform.
-After each exam, you are asked to leave the building unless you have a scheduled appointment with a teacher; if there are extenuating circumstances, please see your VP and arrangements will be made for a location for you to study.
-Students must remain in the classroom for the entire examination period of 8:15 a.m. to 10:15, even if they have completed the exam.


Our time Friendship Club

Join us for fun, games movies and so much more.  Meeting very other week in room 234 after new school. New Members are welcome!


Attention Grade 12s if you have not booked your grad photo sitting time please see Ms Heist to book your appointment.



Attention all Grade 11 & 12 students who have registered for New York City:
If you have NOT been contacted by the Social Science Department … you are going to New York in April. Listen to announcements in January for a follow-up meeting.
Attention to all the students enrolled in the March Break Europe Trip.  Please fo see Madame Therrien in room 231 to give her your email.  She will communicate with you that way … Have a GREAT holiday.



Congrats to our Junior Girls Volleyball Team who played their best game of the season last night against St Joan of Arc. Unfortunately, our girls lost the first two sets, but they pulled through in the third to win the final set. Special mention to Laura Soper for great communication and Sylvia Kalman for excellent passing. Great job, Warriors!


Congratulations to the Loyola Sr. Boys Hockey team who bounced back from some sloppy play the past two weeks with a convincing 8-3 win over Mt. Carmel yesterday. The Warriors improved their regular season record to 3-3-1.  Captain Andrew Durant led the way with 1 goal & 3 assists, while Patrick Mahoney & Corey Hinrichsen chipped in with 2 goals each. Chris Labella added 3 assists.  Rookie netminder Steven Klem earned his first win in the victory.  Enjoy the holidays boys, I hope Santa brings you a new twig for Christmas.


NEW!   Historica Canada Student Contest


Historica Canada is sponsoring a competition for students in grades 4 – 12. Participants are asked to create a piece of writing or artwork about Canada’s role in the First or Second World War.

The deadline is December 15, 2015 – however entries submitted before June 30 are eligible for an early-bird prize.
Click on the link above for more details.




International Student Programs Information Night


On February 23, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic Institute for International Education will host an information session for parents and students interested in International Student Programs at Dufferin-Peel Catholic schools. Read More

Black History Month 2016


Dufferin-Peel Catholic schools will host many engaging events and activities to celebrate Black History Month, including “It’s Everyone’s History – Opening Doors”, a board-wide Black History Student Conference on February 18 for secondary school students. Read More

DPCDSB and APSSP reach a tentative local Collective Agreement


DPCDSB and APSSP reach a tentative local Collective Agreement Read More

Additional Professional Activity Day April 11


Additional Professional Activity Day: Monday, April 11, 2016 Read More

DPCDSB and OECTA Elementary Unit ratify new collective agreement


Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board and OECTA Elementary Unit ratify new collective agreement Read More

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