We look forward to seeing you today for regular school hours at the main campus and Jr. Kindergarten.
Due to snow and icy road conditions, with the expectation of more snow in the forecast today, Christ Church Cathedral School and the Jr. Kindergarten campus will be CLOSED today, Wednesday, February 13. Lux Mundi out of school care will not be operating.
Inclement weather update: We will be providing an update here on the status of the operation of the school and JK tomorrow morning. We are expecting to be open, but stay tuned!
Due to heavy snow and hazardous road conditions, the school and Junior Kindergarten will be closed for a second day on Tuesday, February 12.
Christ Church Cathedral School and Christ Church Cathedral Childcare & Jr. Kindergarten are CLOSED today due to weather conditions. Lux Mundi will not be operating.
Have a safe and happy snow day!
Parent Information Evening: Digital Citizenship with Darren Laur: Thursday, January 17 from 7 – 9pm at Christ Church Cathedral School
We are pleased to present this very important and informative presentation for parents from Darren Laur. We strongly encourage all parents to attend. You may even want to bring a friend or extended family along as we feel this information is so important for all parents.
Learn more about what will be covered by viewing this link: https://www.thewhitehatter.ca/internet-safety-parents
The annual Cathedral School Christmas concert is not to be missed. Join us for the evening performance at 6:00pm or the matinee at 10:30am in Christ Church Cathedral
We welcome new families to come in for a tour, have some refreshments, and speak with our Head of School to see what Christ Church Cathedral School has to offer.
Please note there is no school on Wednesday, October 31. This day is reserved for teachers to meet with parents who would like to discuss their child’s progress. All appointments are done online. If you were not able to reserve a spot, please contact your child’s teacher directly.
Plan your alternative transportation for October 1 – 5 (and beyond!). We are encouraging students to walk, use wheels, or “drive to 5” by having their parents find a safe place to drive about a 5 minute walk away from school.