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About Us

How We Meet the Diverse Needs of Our Students

Quarterly, and on special occasions, masses are celebrated at Our Lady of Victory Church in keeping with the liturgical calendar. Students are the major participants through the choir, readings, and the offertory procession. At each mass, grades 2 to 8 are present with all staff and some parents.

In addition to regular class programs, from junior kindergarten to grade 8, the school offers English as a second language (ESL), programs for special education, learning disabled and language impaired students. All exceptional students are integrated into regular programs and withdrawn for individual or small group assistance as required. Program modification is also provided for those students who require remedial assistance. All programs follow Ontario Ministry of Education and Toronto Catholic District School Board guidelines.

Additional programs include French as a second language (grade 1 to 8), vocal music, instrumental music for grade 7 and 8 students, and a program for academic, artistic and athletic programs. Computer literacy is an area of the curriculum which continues to expand and develop.

Our Lady of Victory conducts a safe arrival program for students. If we have not heard from parents, office staff call to verify the reason for absence.

The TCDSB strives to create school communities where a sense of belonging, of ownership and of caring for one another prevails. The policies of TCDSB governing violence prevention are followed and enforced in determining the school code of behaviour and safety for all students. We have a student leader/conflict resolution program, which trains student leaders in conflict resolution and assists other student in finding positive solutions to conflict or problems they may encounter.

During the planning of our 50th anniversary celebration, we developed the school crest, logo and motto, which is "Be the best you can be." Our celebration in 1994 provided us with community contacts--political, business and service friends--who continue to assist us and provide support to the school.

Nurturing Our Catholic Community

The Toronto Catholic District School is in the second year of a three-year pastoral plan which began in September 2015 and runs through to August 2018. The theme for the three year plan is “Together with One Voice: Harmonizing our Faith Through Family, Parish and School”.
The school year 2016-2017 focuses on the Year of the Parish.