St. Gabriel Education Centre
June News and Events
St Gabriel Education Centre is a safe and caring environment where students are given the differentiated, flexible, and engaging learning opportunities that will inspire them to be successful in learning and life.
June 10 - ELA 30 Part A diploma
June 11 - Last day of regular classes. All course work (assignments and unit exams) are due.
June 11 - Social 30 Part A diploma
June 14 - English final exams
June 15 - Social Studies final exams
June 16 - Math final exams
June 17 - Math 30 diploma
June 17 - Biology final exams
June 18 - Science final exams
June 18 - ELA Part B Diploma exams
June 21 - National Indigenous Day - Sacred Heart Parish liturgy at 11:00. See below for more information.
June 22 - Textbook return reminder. All textbooks due.
June 22 - Social 30 Part B diploma
June 23 - Biology 30 Diploma
June 24 - Chemistry 30 diploma
June 25 - Physics 30 diploma
June 25 - St. Gabes Graduation at 10:00. See below for details.
Registration for 2021/2022 is OPEN!
If you are a new or returning student to SGEC, click on the link HERE to register for next year.
If you are attending another high school (in St. Albert or elsewhere in Alberta) and would like to take one or more courses at SGEC, please contact Mrs. Franklin at 780-459-6616 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our concurrent course enrolment.
Adult Education - If you are an adult wanting to upgrade or finish your high school diploma, please contact Mrs. Franklin for more information about our adult education programs.
If you have any questions, please reach out to us!
Graduation at St. Gabriel Education Centre
St. Gabes is planning a wonderful, in person graduation ceremony on June 25 at 10:00am. Our graduation ceremony will be held outside on Seven Hills. If you think you are graduating this year, please contact Mrs. Bedi for more information.
National Indigenous Day
Students and parents, we would love it if you joined us online for this liturgy. There are no exams this day.
Enter the Mystery
Sunday, May 30 is the feast of the Most Holy Trinity. the idea of one God in 3 persons sounds complicated and many saints have tried to explain how this can be! Much of our faith is full of mystery and sometimes seems beyond our understanding, but in 2 Cor. 13 offers us a simple guide and blessing. Live the moments of your life seeking peace with God and one another, and allow the healing grace of Jesus, the love of the Father, and the communion of the Spirit to be poured over you and everything you do. (Leah Perrault, Living with Christ). May we not allow ourselves to get too caught up in the mystery of it all, but believe with simple faith what the Trinity offers to us: LOVE.
Did You Know?
Praying can be made through gestures and through words. The simplest prayer we have as Catholics is the sign of the cross: In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen. When these words are combined with the gesture of crossing ourselves we are, in fact, praying twice! So when you don't know what to pray, simply say the sign of the cross. It's Powerful!
Mental Health and Wellness
Don't forget to check out our "Mental Health and Wellness" section on our website for wellness ideas, tips, resources and sessions that are being offered.