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St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School
"Faith Hope Love"
905.791.1195
  • St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School
  • 25 Corporation Drive
  • Brampton ON , L6S 6A2
  • Principal: Adriano Bomben
  • Vice Principal(s): Lorian Feres
    Julie Arseneau
    Kevin Sylvestre

  • Superintendents: Wayne Brunton
  • Trustee: Anna da Silva (Ward Brampton Ward 3)
    Shawn Xaviour (Ward Brampton Ward 8, 7)
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ACCESSIBILITY RESOURCES 

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ONTARIO STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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Applications are usually done in the spring. The actual amount of OSAP received is determined after you have accepted on offer to a post-secondary Institution.
 
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