Bishop Grandin High School
111 Haddon Road SW
Phone: (403) 500-2047
Fax: (403) 500-2247
Parent/Teacher Conferences - 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm only
Easter break begins at 11:40 am
School re-opens after Easter break
Parent/Teacher Conferences 8:30 am to 12:30 pm - no classes
PD Day - no classes
School Council Meeting at 6:30 pm
Victoria Day - no classes
Grad mass & ceremonies - no classes
Grad dinner & dance
Last day of regular classes
Grade 12 Awards Night 7 pm
Last exam - school office closes at noon
School Resource Officer Contact Infomation(403) 500-2047 ext.365 email@example.com
Parent/Teacher Interviews will occur on Thursday March 26th from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm and again on Friday April 17th from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. Our user friendly online booking system allows parents to book ten minute interviews with their son/daughter’s teacher. This system will allow appointment times to be booked by you the parent rather than waiting in line to see teachers. The online booking system opens on Monday March 9, 2015 at 6 am. If you already have an account, you do not need to register again. If you do not have an account, please follow the instructions below. If you do not have access to a computer, or are having difficulty with these instructions, please do not hesitate to call the school where we will be pleased to help you.
How to Register and Book Your Parent/Teacher Interviews Online
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This year was another successful year for our wrestling team. It was a season of growth and success for all students that resulted in six medals for the team! On Friday night, in our own gym, Shaenia MacIsaac, John Marc Nicolet and Ryan Pletch climbed to the top of the podium with gold medals. Regan Walton and Daniel Gutierrez fought tough battles for silver and Connor Fraser along with Tyler Stanley topped off the medal haul with bronze medals. Other top five finishers were Leah Koutroumanos, Ramil Kamilov, Monica Ottenbreit, Leonardo Delapena and Rodrigo Perez. The evening medal presentation was made even more special by the presence of Olympic Gold medalist Carol Huynh, who assisted with the medal presentations and then graciously posed for a picture with our team.
All of these wrestlers will be competing in the Provincial Wrestling Championship the weekend of March 14 in High River. Many thanks to Coaches Buteau, Cameron, Cumming, Weisensel, MacIsaac and Fraser who devoted endless hours to the training of these athletes. Good luck at provincials!
The Rogers Youth Empowerment program gives away $10,000.00 worth of scholarships every year. Four very deserving students from Bishop Grandin High School will be awarded scholarships: Paul Martin ($2,500) Zajira Dujali ($2,500) Willkommen Llamado ($1,000) and Kristen Idnay ($1,000). Each year The Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth recognizes the achievements of some of our most inspiring immigrant youth from secondary schools from the Calgary Board of Education and the Calgary Catholic School District. This award ceremony is a special opportunity for students, families, school staff, school system representatives, program partners and scholarship donors to share in the courage, commitment and personal success of our amazing youth. Congratulations students!
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Bishop Grandin has been chosen to be a part of the All In for Youth family! All In for Youth is a citywide initiative focused on school completion supported by the Boys & Girls Club and the United Way. We now have a Success Coach, Marie Mabbett, who will be working with our students to help reduce barriers to success in high school. Marie is able to provide support for food, transportation, housing, tutoring, and connecting with various resources in the city. She is also available to our students as someone to talk to, a place to take a break and many other supports as necessary.
Congratulations to Alexander Krochak, Nick McCabe , Jake Favero, for their first place win with their culinary plates in the District Culinary Arts Competition February 6th 2015. Well done gentlemen. We are all very proud!!!
Congratulations to Veniecia Laylor and Colin Macgillivray who represented Bishop Grandin High School at the Provincial Speech Tournament at Strathcona Tweedsmuir Private School. Colin finished just out of the medals with a fourth place finish in Oral Interpretation of Prose. Veniecia won a silver medal in Oral Interpretation of Poetry. Great work!
Our next speech competition is LAW DAY in April and it’s open to all Bishop Grandin students.