Student Handbook


Each student receives a student agenda as part of their student fee contribution. The use of the agenda has been linked to improved marks and improved learning skills. 

The agenda includes a calendar of events, study tips, organizational tips, conflict resolution strategies and templates for time management and staying organized. 

All students are encouraged to use their agenda book. Parents are encouraged to check the agenda on a regular basis. 

View the complete Immaculata Student Handbook which contains information on the following:

Chaplaincy Leader
Code of Conduct
Equity and Inclusive Education
Student Privileges
Student Services
Volunteers

Policies and Procedures
Absences
Academic Fraud
Athletics
Bicycles/Skateboards/Wheelies/Rollerblades
Bike Racks
Cafeteria / Lunch Hour
Change Rooms
Clubs and Activities
Co-Curricular Activities
Computer Use
Course Loads and Academic Integrity
Electronic Social Media Policy
Emergency Personnel
Exams - Enriched Performance Tasks
Forgery
Graduating Student Study Hall
Healthy Schools Initiatives
Lates and Sign-in
Learning Commons / Grey Sisters Commemorative LIbrary
Lockers
Personal Electronic Devices
Safe Schools
School Access
School Property
Social Media Sites and On-line Conduct
Student Fees
Textbooks / Library Books
Transportation
Truancy (Skipping classes)
Uniforms
Visitors
Additional Student Policies

Resources
Learning Skills Chart - Grades 7 & 8
Web Based Resources
Emergency Resources and Other Helpful Numbers
Bullying prevention plan
Progressive discipline




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Ontario Colleges: Application

Ontario Universities: Application

OUAC PINs are available in Student Services

Grade 12 students planning to apply to an Ontario University may now pick up their PIN in Student Services.
It is strongly recommended that Grade 12 students submit their OCAS (Ontario Colleges) and/or OUAC (Ontario Universities) application(s) by December.  

NOTE - OUAC also assists the following out-of-province universities in collecting academic data from Ontario high school students who are planning to apply through OUAC:
  • Bishop's University 
  • Acadia University
  • The University of British Columbia 
  • The University of Calgary 
  • Concordia University 
  • Dalhousie University 
  • McGill University 
  • The University of New Brunswick 
  • Saint Mary's University 
  • Simon Fraser University 
  • The University of Victoria

It is strongly recommended that Grade 12 students submit their OCAS (Ontario Colleges) and/or OUAC (Ontario Universities) application(s) by December.



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Multicultural Liaison Officer


The Ottawa Catholic School Board, in partnership with Ottawa Community Immigrant Services 
Organization, continues to support our newcomer families to Canada through the Multicultural 
Liaison Officer (MLO) program

This program addresses the settlement and integration needs of newcomers, immigrants, refugees and first generation Canadian students and their families to ensure a successful school experience for the students and to ensure that both students and parents are fully integrated into the community. 

The MLO provides support services and advocacy for students and parents connecting families to specialized community resources as needed, as well as providing information about the education system in Ontario and helping parents get involved in their children’s education.

Our MLO, Janet Torres, is at Immaculata High School on Mondays from 7:30 to 3:30 
and can be contacted at 613-277-6420 or by e-mail janet.torres-


Homework Club

Immaculata offers free homework help to all students every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after school in N101 from 2:40-3:45. Students are able to complete their own homework, access computers, as well as complete any assignments or tests assigned by teachers. 


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