School News & Announcements

Post-Secondary Open Houses during March Break

posted Mar 4, 2019, 6:20 AM by Kathrine Kingham

Note the following dates for students to explore and learn about their post-secondary options in Ottawa : March 9, 11-16 - Open House events at Carleton University March 11, 13, 16 - Campus Tours and Open House at Algonquin College

March 16, 18 - Open House at the University of Ottawa   

Student Opportunities & Internships

posted Feb 25, 2019, 6:48 AM by Kathrine Kingham   [ updated Feb 25, 2019, 6:54 AM ]

Nokia’s Future Tech Internship is a paid, seven week program that will run from July 2nd – August 16th. Students who are entering grade twelve in Fall 2019 will have the opportunity to work alongside Nokia engineering teams on real, technical projects. Future Tech Interns are paired with Nokia Mentors who will not only give them their technical projects over the seven weeks, but also help them learn the skills required to succeed. Students are to submit their 1-minute video application, along with their most recent report card and a list of grade twelve courses, to by March 24th, 2019. Questions can also be directed to that address. More information is attached, and can also be found at this webpage!

Young Women in Public Safety Student Summer Employment Opportunity - This unique program has been created to introduce high school female students to diverse and exciting employment opportunities available in the realm of public safety and security. Through this program, we hope to inspire young women to take a leadership role in their communities and pursue a meaningful and exciting career in areas of public safety such as border security, corrections, correctional investigation, probation and parole, information and intelligence, and policy development.  Application closes March 28th.

Student Awards Opportunities

posted Feb 25, 2019, 6:34 AM by Kathrine Kingham   [ updated Feb 26, 2019, 5:30 AM ]

The Ottawa Community Foundation is pleased to be administering the Black Canadian Scholarship Fund awards. Students are to submit their applications directly to the Black Canadian Scholarship Fund in time to meet the deadline of May 31st, 2019, as per the instructions on the application form (French). A yet-to-be-determined number of awards valued at $6,000 each will be offered and the Black Canadian Scholarship Fund Committee will select the recipients.  

RBC Spirit of the Capital Youth Awards

Youth Ottawa will once again recognize 14 exceptional youth at our 22nd RBC Spirit of the Capital Youth Awards on the evening of Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 at Ottawa City Hall.

We are looking for nominations for award recipients who will receive a $1,000 bursary to be used towards the advancement of academic pursuits or social and environmental change projects in line with the values of Youth Ottawa.

Who can nominate?

Individuals of any age can nominate a youth or group of youth who deserve to be celebrated. In order for an individual or group to be recognized, the nominator must complete the form at Nominees are judged based on the quality of one nomination, not the number of nominations submitted.

Who can be nominated?

Any individual or group with members 21 years of age and under as of January 1st, 2019 can receive an award. They must reside within the Ottawa municipal limits.

The Awards

There will be two recipients in seven categories:

1. Arts and Culture

2. Strength through Diversity

3. Academic Perseverance

4. Entrepreneurship

5. Take a Stand

6. Service and Caring

7. Max Keeping Award for Personal Courage.  

Buses Delayed - February 22

posted Feb 22, 2019, 11:40 AM by Kathrine Kingham

Due to an unexpected fire alarm near the end of the day, our school buses were delayed leaving the school by approximately 10-15 minutes.

SPK Gearm, Grad Wear and Sports Team Sweaters

posted Feb 21, 2019, 10:23 AM by Kathrine Kingham   [ updated Feb 21, 2019, 10:36 AM ]

SPK Gear, Grad Wear and Sports Team Sweaters are on sale from February 22 to March 1st. Orders and payments are made through school cash online. See Ms. Godmaire or email her with any questions:

**In order to cross reference the orders and payments, we would appreciate a copy of the order form be handed in to Ms. Godmaire in phys.ed. office B or at the vending table during both lunches outside the caf.

Inclusion Students Transition to Post-Secondary Parent Info Night - April 4

posted Feb 20, 2019, 11:31 AM by Kathrine Kingham

The Secret Garden - Feb 28-Mar 2

posted Feb 20, 2019, 10:37 AM by Kathrine Kingham

The Secret Garden
, a play, is being presented in the cafetorium by students from grades 9-12! Tickets are available through the cast OR at lunch outside of the cafeteria. You may also purchase tickets at the door.
When?: February 28, March 1 and March 2, at 7:00pm.
Where?: St. Peter High School, cafetorium
How much?: Tickets are $15

This play is an adaptation of the famous children's book about a young orphan who discovers a hidden, abandoned garden at her uncle's manor home. The garden brings life back to the dreary Misselthwaite Manor and the family and servants who live there.

Come on out and support the arts with this beautiful tale of love, loss and rebirth.

Gr 7/8 Parent Teacher Interviews - February 21

posted Feb 15, 2019, 7:14 AM by Kathrine Kingham   [ updated Feb 19, 2019, 5:41 AM ]

Parent Teacher Interviews for grade 7/8 students take place on Thursday, February 21 beginning at 2:40 pm.  Bookings can be made starting February 15.  For teacher online booking links, please click here. In order to provide sufficient opportunity to prepare for your interview, please ensure all bookings have been made prior to 12pm on the day of the interview.

Beginning Grade 7 - A Parent's Guide

posted Feb 12, 2019, 11:36 AM by St. Peter High School

Beginning Grade 7 - A parent's guide to help your child transition to intermediate school.  Click Here.

Feb 12 Parent Council Meeting CANCELLED

posted Feb 12, 2019, 9:18 AM by St. Peter High School

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