Extra and Co-Curricular Activites

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Academic Support

  • Peer Tutoring: Students who are interested in being a Peer Tutor should contact Ms. Foster-Leduc in Guidance. Student who would like to be tutored are asked to complete and submit a Peer Tutor Request form (via Edbsy to their Guidance Teacher or paper copy to the Guidance office).
  • Peer Tutoring Club (Quadmester 2): Attention St. Mary’s students, do you need extra homework help, or need to prepare for an upcoming test, or just can’t solve that one math question? If so, please visit our new St. Mary student-led tutoring centre! All grades are welcome, and tutoring is offered for a variety of courses, specializing in Math, the Sciences, and English. Come drop in to the Learning Commons on Tuesday mornings between 9:30 and 10:00, or Thursdays anytime at 3rd lunch. This initiative is led by grade 12 students, and is completely free of charge.
  • TVO Mathify - Online Math Homework Help
    https://www.tvomathify.com/students
    Free 1:1 Grade 6-11 math tutoring with Ontario Certified Teachers!
    Build your math skills and confidence with a personalized math coach. To support learning at home, tutors are available online Monday-Friday 9am to 9pm ET and 3:30pm to 9pm ET Sunday
  • S3: Students Striving for Success

Athletic Teams

Please visit Physical Education and Health for a list of Interschool Athletic Teams.

Clubs, Faith & Leadership

  • Alliance for Compassion*: Student-led "Gender-Sexuality Alliance" initiative group that aims to tackle and help spread awareness on 2SLGBTQI+ issues (@stmarysalliance)
  • Ambassadors
  • Anime Club: Meetings are first Wednesday of every month after school (4-5pm) in the Learning Commons. First meeting is Wednesday October 20th. All grades are welcome! Contact Ms. Frysztacki (Learning Commons) for more information.
  • Asian-Canadian Alliance*: A student-led group that welcomes all who wish to stand beside the Asian-Canadian community by raising awareness of the issues they face and the contributions they have made to make Canada a safer, more compassionate, and inclusive country. (@stmarysaca)
  • Best Buddies*: working towards serving those who live with disabilities as well as raising awareness for different disabilities (@stmarybestbuddies)
  • Black History Committee*
  • Business Executive Alliance: Business leadership focused club that develops students’ interests and helps them engage in collaborative entrepreneurship endeavours. We develop and include all students and help them to realize their fullest potential and aspirations in a structured professional manner. The BEA is here to serve the students of St Mary by offering unique, fun events that are designed and developed through fundamental business planning. Each member has an equal opportunity to be an executive in the Alliance amd will earn references for post secondary and employment upon participation. Meetings are Tuesday/Thursday morning 8:00am-8:45am with larger meetings after school once a month. See Mr. Gerosavas (room 260) for more information (@stmarybea)
  • Chess Club: All students who are interested in playing chess, learning chess and expanding and exploring chess ideas/concepts are invited to come to the Learning Commons Friday mornings (9-9:45am). See Mr. Konan (room 166) or Mr. Houmenou (room 122) for more information.
  • Debate Club: Improve your knowledge on politics, economics, culture, increase your critical thinking skills, and debate on various topics you're passionate about! Contact Ms. Hunter or request to join the "Debate Club" on Edbsy.
  • Eco-Team*: Together we can make life greener! The Eco Team at St. Mary strives to recognize the environmental issues that affect the environment and the creatures that live among it. With the help of our Lord, we, stewards of the environment will work towards building a strong community that is passionate to resolve these impacts and make a difference. The Eco Team meets Tuesdays bi-weekly at 8:45am. Contact Ms. Burke (room 266) or Ms. Pranadjaja (room 233) for more information. (@stmaryecoteam)
  • Empower*: examining the power of feminism and intersectionality in modern society (@empowerstmary)
  • E-Nable: Are you interested in engineering cutting-edge technologies or expanding your learning outside of the classroom? Look no further than E-NABLE Toronto!!! E-NABLE Toronto is a team of high school students whose mission it is to help make prosthetics accessible for all. Using 3D printers, we create working prosthetic hands for people in low-income communities. No prior experience is required, and if you've got a passion to make the world a better place, We want you! Meetings are every Wednesday after school. To apply simply fill in this form and you should hear from us within the next 1-2 weeks.
    If have any inquiries, please contact Mrs. Frystaki (@enabletoronto). 
  • First Nation, Métis, Inuit (FNMI) Committee*: educates the community about the concerns of the Indigenous people of Canada (@stmaryfnmi)
  • Outdoor Education
  • Outreach: Domestic*: serves the needs of the immediate community such as food drives, mission room (@stmarydomestic) & International*: raising awareness and funds for international causes and communities (@stmaryinternational)
  • Reach Team (SMART): Do you have a passion for trivia? Are you someone who knows facts, both important and strange? Do you love Jeopardy, Trivial Pursuit and have a bunch of trivia apps on your phone? Then you should DEFINITELY join the Reach for the Top trivia team, where you can use actual buzzers while playing with like-minded trivia enthusiasts. Contact Mme. Lawrynowicz (room 123) for more information.
  • Retreat Leaders (@retreatleaders)
  • Robotics Club
  • Safe and Caring Schools*: mental wellness and anti-bullying issues (@stmarysafeandcaring)
  • Student Council (@stmarycouncil)
  • Ted-Ed Club 
  • Unity*: addresses all forms of discrimination especially anti-Black racism (@unitystmary)
  • White Pine Club: White Pine is a reading club of current Canadian YA fiction. Meeting are February to May on Tuesdays after school in the Learning Commons. Contact Ms. Frysztacki or Ms. Rose for more information.
  • Woodshop Club: September 21st to December 14th 2021. Students from grades 9-12 are all welcome. No prior experience needed. Our goal is to build a project that students can either keep themselves or use as a Christmas gift. Anyone interested in joining, please see Mr. Di Fonzo in room 144 ASAP to pick up a permission form. There is also a $25 registration fee to cover the cost of all materials that will be payable on cash online starting September 21st. Mr. Di Fonzo will only be accepting the first 20 students who bring in their signed permission forms, so stop by room 144 today!
  • Writer's Club

*If you are interested in joining one of the above groups that has an asterisk(*), please complete this form. These groups are branches of the Retreat Leadership community. 

Fine Arts

Throughout the school year, St. Mary students showcase their talents in a variety of concerts, festivals and showcases. 

  • Dance Showcases
  • Instrumental Music Concerts
  • Media Arts Film Fest
  • Musical Theatre Production
  • Sears Drama Festival
  • St. Mary Singers: Do you enjoy singing? If so, why not join the St. Mary Singers! All are welcome. Rehearsals are held every Wednesday at 8:30am. Sign up sheet is located outside room 167. Contact Mrs. Yukich for more information.
  • Tech Crew
  • Visual and Photographic Arts Exhibits
  • Vocal Concerts

 

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