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St. Augustine Secondary School
"Ever Ancient Ever New"
  • St. Augustine Secondary School
  • 27 Drinkwater Road
  • Brampton ON , L6Y 4T6
  • Principal: Jason Pratt
  • Vice Principal(s): Domenic Sbrocchi
    Yonas Lijiam

  • Superintendents: Adrian Scigliano
  • Trustee: Anisha Thomas (Brampton Ward 4, 1 & 3)
    Darryl D'Souza (Brampton Ward 5, 6)
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GET READY!  for Secondary School 2022

Welcome to our Grade 9 students

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The Get Ready for Grade 9 Program at St. Augustine is a long standing tradition. It is an excellent opportunity for students to get to know the school building, some teachers, support staff, and other students.

If you have not had opportunity to register yet, please register now. Don’t be disappointed. No obligation. The program is free.

The Program will run at St. Augustine on Monday August 29th, Tuesday August 30th, and Wednesday August 31st from 9am to 1pm each day. No uniform is required.

There will be no walk in registrations in August, so please register online by accessing the QR Code on the attached flyer or at the link below:

See more info: Get Ready_2022 Sec School Summer Program_FINAL1.docx

Grade 8 Info Night Video

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            ​Virtual Grade 8 Night will be Thursday, November 25th.

Families may join us beginning at 7pm for a live virtual presentation, along with Q&A.





STOPR COVID-19 Transportation Plan:

STOPR has been working with our member School Boards, Peel Public Health, Bus Operators, and the Ministry of Education to create a back-to-school transportation plan that provides an environment where students, staff and bus drivers can feel safe and the transmission of the COVID19 virus is limited to the best extent possible.

An updated COVID-19 transportation plan can be found on our web site at

Some of the key messages include:

• All students are required to wear a face mask while travelling on the school bus

• All bus drivers must wear their face mask while driving the bus and additional eye protection (face shield/goggles) while loading and unloading students

• Based on recommendations from Peel Public Health, “courtesy seating” has been suspended and will be reassessed as COVID19 protocols evolve over the coming months.

• The front bench seat directly behind the driver will be left vacant unless used for the driver’s child. The front bench seat on the passenger side, will be left vacant where possible.


For further details on our COVID19 transportation plan and to view our COVID19 videos, please visit our website at and click on the COVID19 tab.

Bussing: Inclement Weather Information

TFL016 updated Nov 25 2020.pdf

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Accessing Student Dashboard from Home

Accessing Student Dashboard from Home.pdf

Youth Support Task Force: City of Brampton
The City of Brampton is here to support youth through the COVID-19 crisis.
Looking for ways to stay social and active while remaining physically distant?
Students can visit Brampton Covid19

 or call 3-1-1 for tips, access to resources, ways to stay engaged, and more. 

The Specialist Newsletter

The Specialist Newsletter Vol. 1.pdf

                      St. Augustine  Secondary School Catholic School Council By-Laws


Council Meeting Minutes - Minutes May 2022.pdf

Slide Show from May 18 meeting - Catholic School Council - May 18 2022.pdf

Next Meeting –  at 6:30 in the Library

  • January 19th
  • March 2nd
  • May 4th

 All parents & guardians are welcome.


“It takes a village to raise a child.” We have all heard this proverb by now, the basic essence of it is that a child upbringing is a communal effort. The responsibility for raising a child is usually shared, while some have larger families, others are blessed with good friends and neighbours, the community. Our children are a blessing from God for the whole community. We should make every effort, even if it is small and only an idea to try and help raise and take care of our children as this is a communal responsibility. We are all God’s children.


The school council is a great way for parents to become involved in their children’s education.  A strong vibrant School Council is an important part of the School community and new members are constantly needed to replace current members whose children have graduated.

When parents are involved in their children’s education, the level of student’s achievement is bound to increase.  Students attend school more regularly; they complete more homework in a consistent manner and demonstrate more positive attitudes towards school.  We are able to make recommendations to the principal and the school board on matters that concern the school and the children.

We invite you to support your children, your community and your school by becoming a member and/or attending our meetings.  You simply come and listen to what we have to share, give your opinion on issues, or simply share your concerns.  We generally meet on the last Thursday of the month during the school calendar year, see the website for our meeting dates.






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