211 Ashford Drive
Phone: (705) 722-0212
Mr. K. Swales
Dr. V. Northcott
School Office Administrator:
Mrs. R. Tremblay
Ms. M. Hardie
8:55 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
11:50 - 12:40 p.m.
Welcome to Pope John Paul II School!
We look forward to working together as we continue to build on the tradition of excellence established in our school. Our intent is to create a faith filled atmosphere which is inviting and where everyone can feel welcome and valued. We invite you to visit our website often to receive updates on the latest initiatives and activities happening.
March 7th PA day... a note from our Director of Education...read here
It’s Registration Time
Welcome to Kindergarten
Starting Kindergarten is an exciting and special time for parents and children. Our entire Catholic school community looks forward to welcoming our youngest students as they begin a lifelong journey of faith-filled learning. We believe there is something truly unique and special about learning that is rooted in faith and spiritual growth. By choosing a faith-filled education, we know you will share that belief with us. read more
We look forward to working with our families and parish partner to foster a love of learning, rooted in our Catholic faith. Our dedicated staff is here to help your child learn and grow academically, spiritually, emotionally, socially and physically. We want all of our students to reach their God-given potential while they are with us.
If you have any further questions regarding enrolment or general questions about faith and learning at the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board, please feel free to check-out our board’s website at www.smcdsb.on.ca
Living in Hope - Grounded in Faith
Every year, our board chooses a theme, which serves as a pastoral inspiration for our school and board office communities. Living in Hope - Grounded in Faith is the board's theme for the 2013-2014 school year. What does this theme mean to our students, families and staff? Faith and hope are closely connected because our true hope comes from believing in the promise of God. Hope, as a virtue, is much more than simple optimism. To hope is to be nurtured and sustained by a great belief, by a great ideal that is based upon a promise made by God. To hope is to live in the belief that, ultimately God will give us a world where love and peace will triumph. Hope is visible in our Catholic schools whenever we find prayer, and work for peace and justice.
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