The St. Marcellinus mathematics department strives to offer its students the best mathematics classroom experience possible. The teachers of the department are a strong group of highly qualified educators who do their best to ensure that each student in their classroom have both their educational and spiritual needs met. With the use of Smartboards and handheld graphing and algebraic systems the mathematics students of St. Marcellinus can experience mathematics using a wide variety of tools. We offer daily after school math help to support our students needs and to help them be successful in their math courses. Student success is demonstrated through our EQAO scores which are some of the highest in the province. In addition, our graduated students have shared countless stories of their mathematical successes due to their high school education here at St. Marcellinus. We look forward to working with each and every one of our students here at St. Marcellinus Catholic Secondary School and look forward to creating new and exciting experiences with each of them!
|J. Agueci ||J. McMullan|
|N. Bantsur||C. Mediati|
|J. Cao||M. Verratti|
|M. D'Souza||A. Wright - Department Head|
|M. De Luca||P. Yetman|
|R. Heydorn||A. Zaleski|
|D. Mahendran||A. Zielinski|
1. The mathematics teachers offer after school math help:
Most Monday and Wednesday's
2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
2. Students in Grades 4 to 12 can register online and receive free online math tutoring from qualified math teachers. This is a program offered specifically by the Ministry of Education within Ontario. All online tutors are Ontario Certified Teachers and are familiar with the math curriculum being taught to our students. Tutors are available online Mondays to Fridays from 9am to 9pm ET, and Saturdays and Sundays from 3pm to 9pm ET.
Students enrolled in a Grade 9 Mathematics (MTH 1W) class will write the EQAO test. This test will be written at the end of the semester in which the student is enrolled in their Grade 9 Math class. Semester one students will write in January and semester two students will write in June. Exact dates will be posted on the school calendar. Students will be well prepared for these tests by their teachers. Extra practise is always welcome and past tests can be located on the EQAO website below:
A description of each course offered can be found on the course calendar available on the Guidance Department website.
WATERLOO MATH CONTESTS:
Students in grades 9, 10 and 11 are eligible to write the Pascal, Cayley and Fermat contests. Grade 12 students are eligible to write the Euclid contest. The grade 9 to 11 contests are written in February and the grade 12 contest is written in April. Exact dates will be posted on the school calendar. Please contact your teacher for further details.
Past contests can be found at: