On the evening of January 28th, a group of twelve middle school students, along with Mrs. Philip, Mr. Philip and Mme. Cerna, headed for downtown Toronto to share food and warm clothing with those in need. Our preparations began in the morning, with some Grade 8 students joining Mrs. Hill to make 75 packed dinners. …Details
Our PCA Middle School students, under the leadership of “Beyond Us”, gathered about 50 toiletry bags to give to Syrian Refugees coming into Canada. The Middle School partnered with Mrs. Zetlain and Peoples Church, the church has a sponsor house, where Syrian Refugees come to stay before transitioning into mainstream Canadian society. Our Middle School…Details
Senior School Girls Volleyball Team participated in the third match of the SSAF Girls Volleyball Tournament on January 21. Our team came back after losing the first two sets to win the match! Keep up the great job! Special thanks to our coaches Mr. Choi and Miss Li for your strong leadership.
PCA Middle School students and teachers had the privilege to go downtown recently to give out winter clothing to people experiencing homelessness. Middle school families donated the winter clothing and the students and teachers helped preparing the sandwich bags. As we went through the streets of Toronto, many shoppers were there to start their Christmas…Details
On Sunday, Nov 8, Homeless Connect put together a whole day event to provide 75 every day services to people experiencing homelessness in Toronto. The executive director of Homeless Connect is Melody Li, a PCA alumna. She has mobilized her whole PCA class to come out and help. PCA senior school also collected material for…Details
In October, the Middle School went to Ontario Pioneer Camp. The weather was absolutely beautiful on Monday and Tuesday. Although there was rain on Wednesday morning, it did not dampen their enthusiasm. “It was a great time of fun, learning, unity and just enjoying being a family together! We were so blessed by the camp…Details
Great job from every one who participated ACSI Cross Country. PCA did very well. Grade 3/4 Girls placed third overall. Ameilia Bork placed 2nd overall. Grade 3/4 Boys placed first overall. Samuel Lee placed 3rd overall. As a result of their efforts, we won the banner for the Bantam division! Grade 5/6 Girls placed third…Details
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Congratulations, PCA Class of 2015.
Led by University of Toronto Department of Radiation Oncology resident Jon So, PCA Gr. 12 Biology class visited Princess Margaret Hospital Radiation Medicine in May. Thank you Mrs. Paas for arranging the visit.