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Holy Angels Learning Centre provides a unique opportunity for students to continue their education in a supportive atmosphere with flexible scheduling and delivery options. Registration is continuous throughout the school year.
Our staff believes that all students can learn and be successful in achieving their goals if they are given additional time and support. The alternative programs we offer meets the needs of individual students who are attempting to complete their high school credits.
Independent learning packages, e-learning courses, Co-Op or Ontario Youth Apprenticeship (OYAP), Credit Recovery, Maturity Credits and Prior Learning Assessments (MPLAR – Video) offer hope to all students who want to earn their high school diploma (30 credits) or certificate (14 credits). Night and summer school provide additional opportunities to achieve credits.
On behalf of the staff, a warm welcome is extended to all students at Holy Angels Learning Centre. Best wishes for success!
- Principal – Domenic Rosso – About Domenic
- Secretary – Maria Adamo
- Continuing Education Assistant – Joanne Barton
- Teacher – Lori Marano
- Teacher – Lidia Doesborgh
- Teacher – Domenic Rosso
- Caretaker – Latisha Burch
Programs We Offer
102 Wellington Street East
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6B 4K4
In compliance with the Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board is committed to providing accommodations to persons with disabilities.
The Board will take into account the person’s ability to access information and will provide the information contained in Board-produced public documents in a format that meets those needs as agreed upon with the person.
Lead Exceedance Public Notice
This message is for all parents and guardians at Holy Angels Learning Centre in Sault Ste. Marie under the following condition:
An exceedance for lead under Ontario Regulation 243/07 (Schools, Private Schools and Child Care Centres) has been determined on a “standing” sample. The subsequent “flushed” sample was at or below the Ontario drinking water quality standard of 10 micrograms per litre. No further corrective action is required and this notice serves as information only.
More information on flushing and sampling for lead may be found at https://www.ontario.ca/page/flushing-and-sampling-lead.