Join the Student Senate!

The Student Senate is a committee designed to establish a student vision for the Halton Catholic District School Board. Its members, Student Senators, provide a link between the Student Trustees and the remainder of the students in the board. The Senate is composed of 8 -10 representatives from each secondary school.  The primary role of the Student Senate is to bring a more diverse “Catholic student voice” to the school board. Senators act as an advisory body to the Student Trustees in order to provide a wider perspective on issues that face students in our Catholic schools. Student Senators also … Continue reading

Attendance Matters


Every School Day Counts! School attendance is vital to each student’s overall health and well being and to ensure academic success. St. Ignatius of Loyola CSS in cooperation with the Halton Catholic District School Board is committed to supporting parents and students in creating conditions for success so that all students can achieve to their fullest potential. Please click here to view a letter from the HCDSB’s Chief Social Worker regarding the importance of regular daily attendance for all students. … Continue reading

Duty to Report Parent Letter


All parents and guardians are asked to please review the attached letter regarding the Duty to Report to the Children’s Aid Society any concerns about student welfare as per the Child and Family Services Act. As is the practice of the Halton Catholic District School Board, we will continue our duty to ensure your child’s safety and the safety of all children in our care. Please click here to review the letter. … Continue reading

Student Timetables – Grades 10 -12


All students in grades 10 through 12 may access their timetables through the Student Information System (SIS).  The SIS system will be available on Friday, September 4 after 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access SIS. Students must use their HCDSB student number (NOT their OEN number), which is listed on their student card.  Should Otherwise, student timetables will be distributed to students in their period 1 class on Tuesday, September 8.  Students will be able to locate their Period 1 class on the lists posted in the Atrium on Tuesday morning. We are looking forward to seeing all students on … Continue reading

September 2015 – Welcome and Welcome Back!

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We are pleased to welcome all new students to Loyola for September 2015 – and welcome back to all returning Loyola students! A reminder that our Loyola Hawks Orientation Day for Grade 9 students will be held on September 2nd from 12:00 noon – 1:30pm. Grade 9 students are asked to arrive in the Atrium (at the front of the school) at 11:45 am to sign in. Grade 9 students are reminded to bring a combination lock for their locker which will be assigned during the orientation day. Returning students (all students entering grades 10, 11 and 12) will receive a synermail message in mid-August detailing … Continue reading

Bullying Prevention Celebration

Tina Hoang’s winning poster design was voted best HCDSB poster for the Give Respect, Get Respect Campaign.

Tina Hoang’s winning poster design was celebrated at the Halton Region Police Service Give Respect Get Respect Gala for Bullying Prevention.  Voted as the best poster by students for the HCDSB, Tina’s poster will be on display in best shelters, sides of buses and display boards in the coming months. Joel Louzado was given an actual poster that was on display at a bus shelter of his winning design from the previous year. … Continue reading

Catholic Education Week – May 3-8, 2015


This week (May 3 – 8), marks Catholic Education Week across Ontario. The Loyola Community will celebrate this week with a variety of events that raise awareness of our mission as a faith community and mark our commitment to spread the Good News!   “Were not our hearts burning within us while He was talking to us on the road?” – Luke 24:32. In honour of Catholic Education Week: Please click here to view our special edition of our Week at a Glance. Please click here to view a message from Bishop Douglas Crosby, Bishop of Hamilton. Please click here to view a message … Continue reading