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St. Edmund Campion Secondary School
"Named, Called and Chosen"
  • St. Edmund Campion Secondary School
  • 275 Brisdale Drive
  • Brampton ON , L7A 3C7
  • Principal: Maria Locicero
  • Vice Principal(s): Sharon Allegretto
    Giacinto Malta
    Gary De Couto
    Katharine McMullin
  • Superintendents: Tammy-Lynne Peel
  • Trustee: Darryl D'Souza (Ward Brampton Ward 6, 2, 5)
    Frank Di Cosola (Ward Caledon Ward 2)
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School Site 


School Hours

8:12 am - 2:15 pm


‚ÄčOSSLT Student Resources 2021-2022

OSSLT Student Trailer

Practice Test - Online Version

Overview of Test Structure for Students

Test Prep and Well-Being Strategies for Students


Test Accessibility Tools Videos (accessibility options are available for all students to use)

1. Introduction & Tool Exploration

2. The Listen Tool

3. The Zoom In & Zoom Out Tool

4. The Line Reader Tool

5. High Contrast

6. The Annotation Tools

7. Rough Notes

8. Flagged Questions

Reading Strategy Videos for Students

1. Understanding Unfamiliar Words #1

2. Understanding Unfamiliar Words #2

3. Understanding Unfamiliar Words #3

How to Access Student Dashboard 

How to Access the Student Dashboard.pdf

Guidance on Storage of Student Winter Clothing and Belongings 

Guidance on the Storage of Student Winter Clothing and Belongings - DPCDSB.pdf 

Get to Know Campion! 

Campion Promo Video                  Link to Video

St. Edmund Campion High School Tour           Link to Tour


Community Service Hours 

For the 2020-2021 school year, the Ministry has revised the 40 hour community service requirement to 20 hours, to recognize the impact of Covid in the lives of our students. The Ministry is providing increased flexibility in how all secondary students can earn hours:

  1. At the principal's direction, schools may waive the restrictions that do not allow students to earn hours during the time allotted for the instructional program on a school day, or duties normally performed int he home (e.g. walking a younger child to and from school, helping younger siblings with school work).

  2. Students aged 14 years and older can count up to a maximum of 10 hours from paid employment towards their earned hours at the discretion of the principal. Students counting paid employment towards their graduation requirement will be required to complete a reflection exercise indicating how their work contributed to the service of others.

  3. Volunteer opportunities, such as connecting young people to be technology mentors to seniors, can be found through such agencies as Spark Ontario.

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