We are a full service, dual-track (French and English) semestered high school with mainstream and modified programming.
In addition to our mainstream classes we also offer:
Advanced Classes: Advanced Placement classes offer students an opportunity to receive academic enrichment and the opportunity to pursue college level studies while still in secondary school. Successful completion of Advanced Placement classes will result in students receiving Advanced Placement designation on Saskatchewan Learning transcripts and possible university credit (dependent on scores obtained on AP International Exams written in May each year).
- Advanced Placement Courses in: Studio Art, English Literature & Composition, Computer Science, Calculus, and Psychology.
- We prepare students to challenge AP Exams in: French and Spanish.
Modified Classes: These classes are for students who meet the criteria for the modified program in a regular stream high school. The students will take some classes with a 91, 11, 21, or 31 designation as well as regular stream classes over their four years at O’Neill.
French Immersion Programming: The key goal of French Immersion is a high level of fluency in French for students. Upon graduation from secondary school, our French Immersion students will possess the same academic qualifications as their counterparts who have received their instruction only in English. The program strives to expose students to the French language and culture so that they may learn to appreciate it and value others.
In all programming, our students have excelled. O’Neill students were awarded $300,000.00 of scholarship money in 2008; a tribute to their hard work and the quality education that occurs in our building.
A wide range of athletic activities are offered to all students of Archbishop M.C. O’Neill High School. Participation is encouraged and fostered by teachers who coach and administer our programs.
Activities which are available at O’Neill include:
- Basketball (Sr. & Jr. Boys & Girls)
- Cross Country
- Soccer (Boys & Girls)
- Track & Field
- Volleyball (Sr. & Jr. Boys & Girls)
- Wrestling (Boys & Girls)
All programs culminate with our Extra-Curricular Awards Night held annually in the spring.
Our school is well known not only for our sport teams but also for outstanding fine arts programs. Our choral program consists of approximately 220 students each year and vocal jazz groups of 15 to 20 students at each grade level. The choral students perform at the Conexus Arts Centre twice a year and travel to Alberta annually where they perform at five or six schools over a three day period. We produce one major drama production yearly, we enter the Saskatchewan Regional One-Act Play Festival annually, and we have an active improvisation team. Please visit our website for more details, or see www.rcsd.ca
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