Welcome to Brebeuf
to the home on the web for Brebeuf College School. Brebeuf
College School is a boys' school, whose main apostolate is
the Christian education of youth. Learn more about Brebeuf
and its school tradition in the About
Us section of brebeufcollege.ca.
Although this site will always be a work in progress (designed
and updated by the Brebeuf Media Arts Department), it is
hoped that it will become the hub for all Brebeuf information
and communication. If you have any ideas or information
to include in the site, please feel free to contact
us with your suggestions.
Link to the TCDSB site for Brebeuf College School:
- Dec 6 - First Friday Mass (8 am)
- Dec 9 - Can Aid Week Begins!
- Dec 11 - Late Start Schedule
- Dec12 - Christmas Arts Fest
- Dec 13 - Advent Mass
- Dec 18 - Casual Day
- Dec 20 - PD Day
Click here for the latest edition of The
B (student newspaper).
For complete events listings, feel free to download our Brebeuf
Joseph Boyden mines Canada’s past for surprising spirituality
Former Brebeuf student, Joseph Boyden has written a new novel, The Orenda.
It is profoundly researched and told in elegant,
Click here to read the The Globe and Mail review by another Brebeuf grad , Charles Foran.
Order of St.
Jean de Brebeuf
The Brebeuf Alumni Association is pleased to announce
the 2013 Inductees to the Order of St. Jean de Brebeuf:
Barlow ’84 (alumnus)
- Father Don Beaudois S.J. (former staff)
- Robert Lato ’68 (former staff)
- Cathy Pieroni (current staff)
- Greg Rogers ’72 (former staff)
The Order recognizes individuals whose lives and accomplishments
exemplify the mission of Brebeuf College School.
The Dinner and Mass to celebrate the Inductees will begin
5pm on Saturday, April 27th at the school, and tickets can
be ordered at (www.orderofbrebeuf.com).
General award latest accolade for Brebeuf Alum Charles Foran
Receiving award Nov. 24 at Rideau Hall ceremony
and writer Charles Foran has been named winner of the GGLA’s
English-language non-fiction prize for Mordecai: The
Life & Times, his bestselling biography of Canadian
novelist Mordecai Richler, a past GGLA winner.
Read more by clicking links below:
Jesuits launch inaugural Provincial's
Lecture Series with co-founder of Free the Children and
Me to We Marc Kielburger
The Jesuits in English
Canada launched their inaugural Provincial's Lecture Series
with their first guest lecturer, Brebeufian, social entrepreneur
and co-founder of Free the Children and Me to We Marc Kielburger,
Read full article: http://jesuits.ca/index.cfm?fuseaction=pages.ne.news&id=2
Homework Help provides free, real-time help to our
students taking Grade 7 to 10 Mathematics. It allows them
to get help after school hours, when teachers or parents
are unavailable to help. It can help students with answering
homework questions, reviewing material from previous grades,
and studying for tests, exams or the EQAO tests. But remember
– it is “homework help” not “homework
do” – the tutors are there to support the students
and work through questions to help them be more confident
learners and better understand the math.
The Tutor Chat Rooms are open 5 nights a week, for 4 hours
each night, and can be accessed as much or as little as
needed. Besides the Chat Rooms, there are other tools available
on the website as well:
Anyone can create a Guest account & have access to
all parts of the website, except the ability to ask questions
of the tutors. Students can create an anonymous account
using their OEN (Ontario Education Number).
Homework Help Website
Sunday to Thursday, 5:30 – 9:30 pm
Produced by the grade 9
Blended eLearning classes to welcome new students.
Suggestions from the Library
& English Department.
YALSA Best Books for Young Adults 2013
Teen Reads Ultimate Reading List
Teen Reading Club
Orca Book Publishers - Outstanding books for Young Readers
Blended and Continuing
Education eLearning Links.
here for eClass, the TCDSB's web-based e-Learning
site. Using eClass, teachers and students can now extend
classroom activities to include all the benefits of a virtual
school. We encourage you to participate and to help us build
our online learning community
TCDSB e-Learning Ontario
here for the Toronto Catholic School Board
website for online courses at e-Learning
Ontario -using the Desire to Learn Learning
Management System (LMS).
View site map
us for info