Our school respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral, traditional and unceded Indigenous territory of the Algonquin Peoples, 
on whose territory we pray, learn, play and work.

Class Timetable


Grades 9 & 10

Homeroom 

Period 1 

Travel time 

Period 2 

Travel time 

 Lunch 

Travel time 

Period 2 (cont.)


8:28 am - 8:40 am

8:40 am- 11:10 am

11:10 am - 11:15 am

11:15 am- 12:10 pm

12:10 pm - 12:20 pm

12:20 pm - 1:00 pm

1:00 pm - 1:05 pm

1:05 pm - 2:40 pm



Grades 11 & 12

Homeroom 

Period 1 

Travel time

Senior Lunch 

Travel time

Period 2

8:28 am - 8:40 am

8:40 am - 11:10 am

11:10 am - 11:20 am

11:20 am - 12:00 pm

12:00 pm- 12:10 pm

12:10 pm- 2:40 pm




 Student Handbook


Our school policies and expectations are outlined in the Student Handbook.


Pius AM

Did you have something to eat this morning? Are you still hungry and need a nutritional snack to start your school day? Whatever your reason ... come on down! Stop by for a bagel, toast, juice, or just to chat. We'll see you there!

Monday - Friday  

NEW FORMAT & SCHEDULE COMING SOON!



Cafeteria



Hours Open  - NEW FORMAT & SCHEDULE COMING SOON


You can check us out on Facebook: Search Chartwells at St.Pius

 

Operated by Chartwells

Contact: Christine Wert, Supervisor

                  613-225-0433



Homework and Extra Help

After School Programming is temporarily on hold during the Adapted Model return to learning.

Step Up 
All students are invited to attend Step Up on Wednesdays and Thursdays at lunch in room A113.  This program is staffed by teachers to provide students with extra help in all subject areas.  This program will begin soon.

After School Study Hall
Students may use the St. Pius X High School library to study, complete homework, and access the school resources such as books and computers. If students need assistance completing homework or editing essays, Mr. Karssing is willing to help. 


Free On-line Math Help



Homework Help is a math resource for students in grades 7 to 10.  It allows students to access live, anonymous tutor chat sessions with certified Ontario teachers. 

In these sessions, the tutors will guide students to solve math questions after school hours. 

Live tutoring hours: Sunday to Thursday 5:30pm to 9:30pm.




Department & Course Information

Follow the links below to access curriculum and teacher information. Teacher websites (where available) are also accessible through these links.


Grades 9-12
Business & Technology
Contemporary Studies
Creative Arts
English
English as a Second Language
French
Mathematics
Physical Education
Religion
Science
Student Services
 


Learning Commons


Learning Commons Staff
Library Office Administrator - Elizabeth Bernard

Hours
The Learning Commons will be closed until OPH guidelines permit its supervised use.

After School Study Hall - (On Hold due to guidelines)
Students may use the St. Pius X High School library to study, complete homework, and access the school resources such as books and computers. If students need assistance completing homework or editing essays, Mr. Karssing is willing to help.

Resources
St. Pius X Literary Style Guide



Awards

Graduation
Academic, extra-curricular and community contribution awards are available

Academic
In October, Departmental Awards of Merit are presented to the students of all grades for outstanding achievement in their courses.

Athletic
Athletic excellence in the various sports programs is recognized at the annual St. Pius X Athletic Banquet in June.

Extracurricular Awards
In June, awards recognizing overall contributions to the school are presented:

The Pius Letter is given to students, who have compiled at least 21 points during their years at St. Pius X, for their commitment to various School activities.

The Junior X-Men Award is given to Gr. 9 students who have participated in at least one activity in each activity category (Clubs, Athletics). 







Student Services

COUNSELLORS 

A - D  
Mr. T. Warren (Ext 230)
Book an appointment

E-MK
Ms. N. DiChiara (Ext 229)
Book an appointment

ML-Z

HELP FOR STUDENTS IN NEED

YSB’s Crisis Service - Phone or Chat

Available 24/7. 

chat.ysb.ca.

613-260-2360 or 1-877-377-7775


Bounce Back (supported by CAMH)

www.bouncebackontario.ca 



VOLUNTEER HOURS




Click on our logo to learn more about "First Forty" and getting your volunteer hours!

Volunteer Opportunities 

Looking to quit smokingOttawa Public Health (OPH) offers a variety of smoking cessation options to help students quit using tobacco products. To learn how to access some of these free resources, visit www.ottawa.ca/quitsmoking.

Welcoming our Newcomers! Maria Camacho is our Multicultural Liaison Officer who helps to address the settlement and integration needs of newcomers, immigrants and refugee families to ensure a successful school experience.  She can be reached at: 613-225-8105, #247,  or 613-513-4621 or by e-mail at: maria.camacho@ocsb.ca or mcamacho@ociso.org.  She is in the school on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.