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Information for Grads - January 2021
Message from Mrs. Herr - Vice-Principal/Guidance Counsellor
Hello grade 12’s – I hope that you are doing well and that you are working hard to prepare for exams to finish this semester. Below is the Information for Grads sheet for January. Remember to keep deadlines in mind as you are making application for post-secondary or scholarships. I miss seeing you at school and sensing the excitement as you get nearer to graduation. If you have questions about anything, please feel free to contact me. Keep well and be kind to one another.
Mrs. D. Herr
Final Examination Schedule
Final Examinations will take place on January 20-29, 2021 with examinations scheduled for both the morning and afternoon. Morning examinations will begin at 8:30 and afternoon examinations begin at 12:00. Cohorts will enter through separate doors and will write their examinations separately.
Students are asked to make arrangements to leave school as soon as they are finished writing their examination.
SBDHS Re-opening Plan
Please see below for our re-opening plan and more pertinent information about the safe return to school and Covid 19.
Please note: All visitors must contact the school office at 204-987-1560 prior to entering the school to make an appointment. Wearing a mask is mandatory for anyone visiting the school.
St. Boniface Diocesan High School Newsletter
The SBDHS Newsletter is published quarterly and contains information of interest to students, parents and staff. Each issue is packed with important news and announcements to ensure our stakeholders are kept up to date with the goings on at the school.
Click on the link to view or download the PDF.
December 2020 Issue
Catholic, English, Co-Education
St. Boniface Diocesan High School was established in 1965 to provide Catholic high school education to English speaking students of the Diocese of St. Boniface. As a “Diocesan” high school, it is operated under direct administration of the Archbishop.