|SCC student to be the face of the North American Indigenous Games
01/19/2017 - Grade 10 student Hannah Morningstar is about to be the face of the North American Indigenous Games. She will be featured on posters and banners to promote the event in Toronto this summer.
|St. Charles College students listen to the "push for change"
01/17/2017 - A number of our grade 11 students at St. Charles College attended the “Push For Change” Youth Event held at the Steelworker’s Hall this week. Our students met Joe Roberts who is pushing a shopping cart across Canada to support the end of youth homelessness.
|French Immersion Information Night
01/13/2017 - We would like to invite all parents interested in learning more about the French Immersion program at Sudbury Catholic Schools to an information night on Wednesday, January 18th at 6:30 pm. This session will be held at the Catholic Education Center, which is situated next to Marymount Academy at 165 A D’Youville Street in Sudbury.
|Learning about the risky Internet playground
12/23/2016 - Grades 7 and 8 students at St. Charles College met with the officers from Greater Sudbury Police Services to learn about the dangers of social media. School Liason Officer Hally Wilmott and Sergeant Marc Guerin talked to the students about being cautious when using the Internet.
|Leadership students at St. Charles College delivering baskets again this season
12/19/2016 - For the last few years, Holy Redeemer church has relied on the leadership students at St. Charles College to deliver baskets to those who need help at Christmas. The students load and deliver baskets of canned food items, fresh food and gifts for the children.
|St. Charles College Alumni returns to share message of hope and inclusivity
12/16/2016 - Former graduate from St. Charles College Brock McGillis recently wrote an article for Yahoo Sports Canada about being secretly gay in a highly hyper masculine culture of hockey. The article went viral and this week he was invited to St. Charles College to share his message of hope and inclusivity.