Schools ready to go around the globe to solve enrolment issues

Years of declining enrolment are pushing some Catholic school boards to take a far deeper dive into the foreign student market.

Niagara teen excels on all fronts to gain Harvard admission

Emily Hunter expects to do great things at Harvard University starting next September, thanks to the Catholic education she received in Ontario.

Teacher competing in pageant sends beautiful message to students

Stephanie Photopoulos always taught her students at school and at the dance studio that their bodies should be loved and cherished. Now, the young Catholic hopes to prove it to them on stage.

Catholic schools are a vehicle for faith journey

Canada is fortunate to have sociologists like Reginald Bibby working in the field of religious attitudes. His most recent book, Canada’s Catholics, should be on the desk of all administrators, trustees, teachers and priests.

Parents go back to school for free French refresher

Every parent knows the importance of having conversations with their kids.

Child’s best interests must guide core beliefs

In my first year off the farm as an undergraduate at the University of Regina, I took a part-time job driving a school bus for a local company.

Memories find a place in board’s #MyCatholicEducation Twitter campaign

Sharing school memories — 140 characters at a time — has proven to be great way to celebrate Catholic Education Week for the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board.

Pax Christi's 2017 Teacher of Peace offers lesson in reconciliation

While Sr. Priscilla Solomon doesn’t mind the pat on the back, the real bonus of being named the 2017 Pax Christi Teacher of Peace is the chance to talk about reconciliation.

University is a perfect setting to find ‘likeness of God’

Pursuing higher education at the university level offers the opportunity to grow nearer to God.

After 10 years, Our Lady Seat of Wisdom finally approved to grant degrees

After more than 10 years of talking and waiting, and more talking and waiting, Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy finally received provisional approval to award Bachelor’s degrees in Catholic studies.

Catholic universities work together to help send students abroad

“We don’t grow intellectually until we’re exposed to different points of view, different cultures, or people we simply don’t agree with,” said Basilian Fr. Terry Kersch, president of St. Joseph’s College at the University of Alberta.