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About Us

How We Meet the Diverse Needs of Our Students
Holy Child Catholic School is committed to the vision of Catholic education as outlined in the Mission statement of the Toronto Catholic District School Board. Our students come to us with a variety of strength and needs with our Catholic faith as our common bond. The religious education program, "Born of the Spirit", provides a sound basis for the development of the sacramental life of Holy Child Catholic School. This program affirms the child in all aspects of sacramental and spiritual growth. In conjunction with the Religious education program are the sacramental celebrations as prescribed by Catholic obligation and devotion.
Our school goal is to provide a safe and welcoming environment to the whole student body by closely observing the Code of Conduct.  Students are consistently reminded to take responsibility for their own conflicts and find positive solutions. Throughout the year we have several programs and presentations aimed at building self-esteem and confidence and to  help students identify and express their thoughts and feelings in a peaceful and respectful way.
Instructional programs are adapted to meet the holistic needs of our students. These programs are conducted in an atmosphere that is supportive, caring and engaging in order for the students to achieve academic success. Teachers provide students with access to technology, modified programs, social skills groups, enrichment and special projects. Every effort is made to provide this atmosphere using current practices and resources as mandated by the Board and the Ministry's policies and guidelines.
Holy Child has the long tradition of offering strong extra-curricular and co-curricular programs which include concerts, choir, peer mediation program, the living rosary, young authors, science and technology fairs, environmental awareness activities, partnership with the Humber Arboretum, student council mathematics competitions, music festival of the arts, and many intramural and extramural events including house leagues, volleyball, basketball, cross-country, track and field and softball.