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Our Mission

We will achieve our school vision within a collaborative faith-based learning environment where children are challenged with innovative and authintic inquiry-based tasks that nohor their individual needs.

Our Vision

The St. Dominic community strives to develop positive engaging relationships that encourage students to become reflective global citizens.

 

Parish Information:

 Parish Name - St. Dominic Savio Parish

 Parish Website - http://stdominicsavio.ca/

 

Sacramental Preparation:

St. Dominic School is happy to work in partnership with St. Dominic Savio Parish and other schools in our St. Dominic Family to support parents and children in preparing for the Sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Communion.

 
 

Religious Education:

All of the Schools in the Edmonton Catholic School District use a Religious Education Program that is prescribed by our Alberta Bishops and provided through the National Office for Religious Education in Ottawa. The Program ranges from Kindergarten to Grade Twelve, and offers students with an overview of our Catholic faith as well as grade specific themes.

 

 

Our School Namesake: St. Dominic

Our school is named after St. Dominic. Dominic Savio was born in Italy in 1842. Dominic became a student of John Bosco in a home for neglected boys. One of the objectives of the home was to find candidates for the priesthood, a call Dominic felt as a young man.

Although he was only a boy, Dominic lived a very full life dedicated to helping others. He was known for his cheerfulness, friendliness, and good advice. At an early age, Dominic organized a group of people called the Company of the Immaculate Conception to help John Bosco. Dominic’s group was very poor, but they worked tirelessly to help make John Bosco’s work a success. At the age of fifteen, Dominic developed tuberculosis, and died.

During his life, Dominic wrote letters to his friends about his joy in helping poor and homeless children. He described how he and his group carried out their duties in a positive manner, and always tried to do their best. Sharing his joy with others was a major focus in Dominic’s young life.

Pope John XXIII said that Dominic Savio has a message for everyone. It applies equally to children, young people and adults. It is a message of goodness and simplicity of life.

Saint Dominic is a model for young people who want to help others.

Celebrations:

All celebrations can be found on the Calendar.

 

 

Catholic Faith

Our Mission

We will achieve our school vision within a collaborative faith-based learning environment where children are challenged with innovative and authintic inquiry-based tasks that nohor their individual needs.

Our Vision

The St. Dominic community strives to develop positive engaging relationships that encourage students to become reflective global citizens.

 

Parish Information:

 Parish Name - St. Dominic Savio Parish

 Parish Website - http://stdominicsavio.ca/

 

Sacramental Preparation:

St. Dominic School is happy to work in partnership with St. Dominic Savio Parish and other schools in our St. Dominic Family to support parents and children in preparing for the Sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Communion.

 
 

Religious Education:

All of the Schools in the Edmonton Catholic School District use a Religious Education Program that is prescribed by our Alberta Bishops and provided through the National Office for Religious Education in Ottawa. The Program ranges from Kindergarten to Grade Twelve, and offers students with an overview of our Catholic faith as well as grade specific themes.

 

 

Our School Namesake: St. Dominic

Our school is named after St. Dominic. Dominic Savio was born in Italy in 1842. Dominic became a student of John Bosco in a home for neglected boys. One of the objectives of the home was to find candidates for the priesthood, a call Dominic felt as a young man.

Although he was only a boy, Dominic lived a very full life dedicated to helping others. He was known for his cheerfulness, friendliness, and good advice. At an early age, Dominic organized a group of people called the Company of the Immaculate Conception to help John Bosco. Dominic’s group was very poor, but they worked tirelessly to help make John Bosco’s work a success. At the age of fifteen, Dominic developed tuberculosis, and died.

During his life, Dominic wrote letters to his friends about his joy in helping poor and homeless children. He described how he and his group carried out their duties in a positive manner, and always tried to do their best. Sharing his joy with others was a major focus in Dominic’s young life.

Pope John XXIII said that Dominic Savio has a message for everyone. It applies equally to children, young people and adults. It is a message of goodness and simplicity of life.

Saint Dominic is a model for young people who want to help others.

Celebrations:

All celebrations can be found on the Calendar.