Welcome to South Carleton High School
Our school is located in the southwestern sector of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada in the village of Richmond (see map).
For over a half century South Carleton High School has been recognized
for continued academic and athletic excellence. The school opened its doors
in 1952 to 263 students and 13 teachers. Today, we have a student population
of approximately 1100, with almost 70 teaching staff. In the intervening
years, thousands of students and staff have passed through the halls and
classrooms of South Carleton High School.
Though many things about South Carleton HS have been transformed by time, our commitment to excellence continues to endure steadfast into the twenty-first century.
South Carleton High School operates under the jurisdiction of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.
Our Mission Statement
South Carleton High School is a caring, community school. Our team of staff, students, parents and community promote a sharing, inclusive and welcoming environment. We respect the individual, honour our traditions, encourage daily excellence, and prepare students for their future.
SCHS News & Events
Christmas Holidays. We wish everyone a safe, happy and healthy holiday. Classes resume on Monday, January 5.
University Applications. Applications to attend Ontario universities must be submitted before January 15, 2015. Watch this PowerPoint presentation for everything you need to know about applying online to Ontario universities.
SC Band in Santa Claus Parade. For the 5th year, South Carleton Band students helped to welcome Santa Claus to Richmond by playing carols in the Santa Claus Parade. 35 students in grades 9 to 12 bundled up to entertain parade goers all the way down McBean Street on Saturday, December 6. Tons of fun was had by all.
French Extra Help. Any students needing extra help in French may go to room 3 at lunch on Mondays and Wednesdays. This service is open to all students. Also, Guidance has a list of senior immersion students who are willing to tutor students.
College Application Draw. Anyone who submits their college application before January 15, 2015 will automatically be entered into a draw for one of three cash prizes. More info...
COYO Award Nominations. The Committee of Youth Officers in the Province of Ontario is seeking nominations for two awards, the Community Award for Youth Service, and the Outstanding Youth Award. Please visit www.coyo.on.ca for more information and nomination packages. The deadline for nominations is January 10, 2015.
Internet Safety Presentation. SCHS School Council is pleased to share the PowerPoint presentation from the Parent Education Night entitled “Online Safety” originally presented by Sarah Smythe (Youth Community Developer, Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre) and Constable Genevieve Hupe (SRO, Ottawa Police Service) on October 30, 2014. A list of resources has also been provided.
Richmond Youth Centre. November 28 marked the opening of the new Richmond Youth Centre, held in the Richmond Memorial Community Centre on Perth Street. This free drop in centre is for youth between the ages of 12-16. It will be open the 2nd and 4th Friday of every month from 7:00 - 9:00 pm. More info...
Free Tutoring in Physics, Calculus, and Advanced Functions. Carleton University's Faculty of Engineering and Design is offering free tutoring to grade 12 students in Physics, Calculus, and Advanced Functions. The tutoring sessions will be held January 17 and 24 on campus from 10-12 noon. Please register in advance so they know how many facilitators to have available. For more infromation and to register, visit http://carleton.ca/engineering-design/outreach/tutor/.
Tutoring Services. Need a little extra help? Many individuals and businesses in the community offer tutoring services. Click here for a list. Check in Guidance for names of student tutors.
Waterloo Unlimited Enrichment Programs. Waterloo Unlimited is a unique enrichment opportunity for high school students in grades 10, 11, and 12. Offered during the school year, Unlimited brings together curious, motivated, well-rounded teens from across the country. See their website for more information.
Math Homework Help for grade 9 and 10 students. Grade 9 and 10 math students have access to free interactive live online tutoring from Ontario certified math teachers. The tutoring component of Math Homework Help is available Sunday through Thursday from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm. All other components of the site (i.e. the glossary, interactive tutorials, and best sessions) are available at all times. Students must create an individual user account by registering online. Parents, guardians and teachers may also access this site and login as a guest to view the various tools and virtual tutor chat rooms that are available.
To learn more, go to http://www.ocdsb.ca/stu/FreeOnlineMathHomeworkHelp/Pages/default.aspx).
SCHS Tuck Shop. Students, staff and family may purchase a wide variety of SCHS clothing from the Tuck Shop, located off the Alcove. Check out the Tuck Shop page for more information. Please see Mr. Smith if you wish to purchase some SC swag.