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Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School
"Justice. Love. Peace."
  • Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School
  • 2 Notre Dame Avenue
  • Brampton ON , L6Z 4L5
  • Principal: Natalie Currah
  • Vice Principal(s): Lorian Feres
    Danielle Howlett
    Marc Borrelli

  • Superintendents: Brian Diogo
  • Trustee: Darryl D'Souza (Brampton Ward 2)
    Anisha Thomas (Brampton Ward 1)
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Grade 8 Open House

​Yesterday evening, Notre Dame welcomed our Grade 8 community for our annual Open House.

Please click below to view our parent presentation:

Grade 8 Parent Night Presentation October 2023.pptx

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The Graduation Coaches for Black Students presents -  A Post-Secondary Night Event 

Black students from across Dufferin-Peel are invited to attend an evening event focused on exploring post-secondary pathways. Black Recruitment Officers from a variety of colleges, trades and universities will be in attendance. Black students and families will have an opportunity to attend workshops on the admission process, diverse programs, student clubs and scholarship and bursary opportunities, while learning necessary tools to navigate post-secondary education. 

Schools in attendance: McMaster University, Queens University, University of Toronto Mississauga, and Waterloo University.
Resources and support for Black students

Dates and Times:

Wednesday October 18, 2023 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm located at St Francis Xavier CSS, 50 Bristol  Rd W, Mississauga. 

Please register using the link below: 

For more information please contact: Sharise Sealy-McCallum or Marlo Paraboo, Graduation Coaches for Black Students at  or


End of Year Letter

Please see the attached to read the End of Year Letter for Senior students and their familiesNotre ame Catholic Secondary School End of Year Letter 2023.pdf

Black History Month & Beyond Event

Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s),

On Tuesday, February 28, 2023, Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School in partnership with the City of Brampton will be hosting a Closing Ceremony for Black History Month and Beyond. Students will have the opportunity to build relationships with over 20 Black Peel Trailblazers from the Brampton community.

The goal of this experience is to motivate young people to participate, engage, and understand how they can take the torch and uplift each other. This Ceremony will also provide the opportunity to celebrate our Black Elder Trailblazers while building a bridge between them and our youth.  ​

During the Closing Ceremony for Black History Month and Beyond, there may be media present to help exemplify this signature event. 

Time: 1:30pm - 3:30pm

Location: Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School

City of Brampton, Black Business Leaders Network Reception

The City of Brampton, Economic Development Office, and Black Economic Development are hosting a Holiday Business and Entrepreneurs Networking Event. Please join Mayor Patrick Brown, City Staff and Brampton's Black Business Leaders on Thursday, 15th December, 2022 at City Hall Conservatory, 2 Wellington St. West (1st Floor), 6:00PM-9:30PM. Click here to register.

​Letter from the Trustee: Anisha Thomas

Please see the attached to read the newsletter from our school trustee Anisha Thomas Anisha Thomas - December 2022 Newsletter.docx

​Black Excellence Pathway Expo


You are invited to attend the Black Excellence Pathway Expo on Wed. Nov. 9. Network with over 50 Black Professionals and explore career options and scholarships for Black students. Click link to register Limited spots available. For more information please see attachment. 

Grade 8 Info Night

​Welcome interactive flyer: Open House Nov 2 Flyer.pdf

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​​Information on Inclimate Weather

​​​2022 - 2023 Fall and Winter Newsletter.pdf

STOPR Information.pdf


Inclement Weather Q A.pdf

​Geronimo's Dream - Donations

Geronimo Henry is a residential school survivor. He was brought to the Mohawk Institute Residential School in Brantford, ON at the age of 5 where he remained for 11 years. Referred to by a number instead of his name, Geronimo was forbidden from speaking his native language and stripped of his culture.

Geronimo now spends his time sharing his story to educate all people on the realities of residential schools, the impact of inter-generational trauma and why it is critical that everyone is aware of this.

Geronimo's dream is to build a monument in memory of those who, like himself, suffered and continue to suffer because of this experience. There are no words to express how much this would mean to Geronimo to build this monument as it will acknowledge those who survived and those who did not.

Donate Here through School Cash Online.

Secondary International and Indigenous Languages

Secondary International and Indigenous Language credit courses are available to Secondary school students. Students may earn credits in an International and Indigenous Language Program towards their secondary school diploma.

Please see flyer attached for registration information.

IIL Sec Flyer 2022 23 V3.pdf


DPCDSB Attendance Reporting Information with SafeArrival

Dear Parents/Guardians,

This is a message from the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board with important information for our Parents/Guardians about attendance reporting for the 2022-2023 school year.

Using SafeArrival, Parents/Guardians are required to report their child's absence, late arrival or early departure using one of these three methods:

  • Toll Free SchoolMessenger Phone Number 1 (844) 435-3440
  • SchoolMessenger website:
  • SchoolMessenger App (blue icon)  from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

These options are available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Future absences can be reported at any time using this system. For more information on how to report an absence using SafeArrival, visit:

For more information about attendance reporting and SafeArrival, please read: Community Information Bulletin – Attendance Reporting.

We appreciate your diligence and attention regarding the reporting of your child's attendance for the upcoming school year.

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