Discover our School
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.
The OCSB acknowledges the suffering experienced by Indigenous peoples in Canada's Residential Schools and is committed to Truth and Reconciliation. Read the OCSB Response to the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action to learn more.
Our School Day - Class Timetable
All students are expected to be seated, ready to begin class, when the bell rings for each period.
Homeroom/Period 1 - 8:30 am - 9:55 am
Period 2 - 10:00 am - 11:15 am
Lunch - 11:15 pm - 12:00 pm
Period 3 - 12:05 pm - 1:20 pm
Period 4 - 1:25 pm - 2:40 pm
Our Learning Commons
Learning Commons Staff
Library Office Administrator - Michelle MacDonald
The Learning Commons is now open again! Hours will be updated once the school year begins.
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, Ms. Salvatore and Mr. Karssing are willing to help.
Our school has a chapel that is open daily for all students and staff.
St. Pius X High School is privileged to have its own Chapel. The Chapel is the focus of the spiritual character of the school and is used for private prayer and class liturgical celebrations. Our Chapel is a warm, peaceful refuge where students, staff, and parents are invited to pray, reflect, and rejoice.
Our school's current Chaplaincy Leader is Jaclynne Neri.
Chaplaincy is a ministry of service to the staff and students of St. Pius X High School community.
In a Catholic Christian community, the Chaplain provides for the pastoral care of staff and students. The Chaplain is a visible presence who, along with the Chaplaincy Team, strives to provide witness to the Spirit of the Gospel. The Eucharist is the 'source and summit' of our Faith; it is out of this foundational belief that our extended prayer life evolves. Retreats; the Celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation; Outreach and Counselling are means by which we strive to and thereby further develop and nurture our faith.