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Toronto Catholic District School Board

About Us

Mission Statement

 

In a school community formed by Catholic beliefs and traditions, the mission of St. Mary of the Angels, in harmony with the mission of the Toronto Catholic District School Board, is to educate students to their full potential. This is achieved by providing a safe and welcoming learning environment that is an example of a Christian community, by the integration of Gospel Values into the total learning experience and by providing continual feedback on student progress.  We seek to provide a Catholic education that will enable our students to become responsible, self-discipline, life-long learners and members of a caring local and global community.

 

We envision students who:
  • are formed in the Catholic faith; 
  • are physically, emotionally and spiritually balanced to be open to and apply Christian values to life’s opportunities, challenges and choices;
  • strive for personal academic excellence in literacy, numeracy and technology;
  • display self-worth and self-respect;
  • display a concern and respect for others;
  • demonstrate skills for developing and maintaining personal wellness;
  • demonstrate global perspective and community responsibility.

Our school community believes that, by demonstrating our faith in God and respect for each other, we can create a safe, caring and collaborative environment that promotes life-long learning and celebrates the uniqueness of all individuals.

 

How We Meet the Diverse Needs of Our Students

 

 

Our school offers the following to meet the needs of our students:

 

  • Programs in religious education and family life
  • Strong focus on  Language and Mathematical instruction
  • Programs such as Special Education and English as a Second Language address and support individual needs, while providing students the opportunity for integration into regular programs
  • The International Language program acknowledges our students' heritage and culture, while simultaneously allowing all students an opportunity to learn a third language, allowing them to be an active part of the global village
  • Music Programs:  Vocal Music from kindergarten to grade 6 and Instrumental Music for grade 7 to 8
  • Support is provided through our guidance teacher, and team of social workers, psychologists, and speech and language personnel
  • Students use and have access to a range of technologies, with an emphasis on computer literacy and media literacy
  • Liturgies, celebrations, music festivals, cultural performances, and  co-curricular activities and extra-curricular activities round out our educational program