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Toronto Catholic District School Board


Principal's Message

Who is St. Albert the Great?
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Albertus Magnus, O.P. (c. 1200 – November 15, 1280), also known as Saint Albert the Great and Albert of Cologne, was a German Dominican friar and Catholic bishop.
Our understanding and philosophy of education is inseparable from our understanding of the very nature of our school system based on our Catholic beliefs and traditions. Thus, we infuse ourselves with the Gospel message and spirit. This Christ-centered philosophy permeates through all of our interactions with students, parents, and all our community partners, as we grow in discipleship to love and serve others.
St. Albert Catholic School is built upon creating a positive and safe school culture. Driven by Gospel values, we continue to advocate and work towards maintaining a healthy and engaging atmosphere that promotes mutual respect and concern for the welfare of others. Regardless of one’s learning style, we strive to integrate students into the regular classroom. We value differentiated teaching strategies and forward-thinking to assist students with a variety of challenges in order for all students to meet with success at school and in life.
Understandably, it is faith that is at the core of our system. It is fitting that the Toronto Catholic District School Board’s next three-year pastoral plan continues for 2018-2020 with “Rooted in Christ: We Belong, We Believe, We Become".
John Masciarelli

Rooted in Christ: we Belong, we Believe, we Become

We thank the many students, staff, parishes, employee federations, trustees and other Catholic leaders who participated in last week’s launch of the Board’s new pastoral plan. It was truly wonderful to celebrate this launch during Catholic Education Week as we focused on renewing the promise of Catholic education. We were honoured to have His Eminence Cardinal Thomas Collins as our keynote speaker to offer some insights into the theme for our new plan-- “Rooted in Christ: we Belong, we Believe, we Become”.
Inspired by St. Paul’s Letter to the Colossians (“Live your lives in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith…abounding in thanksgiving”), our new pastoral plan strengthens our sense of belonging to God and one another, expresses our belief in God through our vision and mission, and works to achieve our goals as people on a common mission.
Learn more about our new pastoral plan: