About St. Pius X
The staff and parents of St. Pius X School will provide the best possible education for our students.With the partnership of home and church, we will provide for the development of the spiritual, academic, moral, social, cultural and physical needs of each of our students.
We will recognize the role of technology in our teaching and promote the integration of our special needs students within our school.
God, our Father,
Creator of all good things
in the world and within our school community:
We thank you for the gift of this day,
for our families and friends
and for this safe place to learn and grow.
We thank You for St. Pius X,
Patron Saint of our school
and teacher of the Catholic Faith,
for his generous spirit
and passion for the Holy Eucharist.
We ask You to bless all who teach and learn.
Through Your Holy Spirit,
guide us as we grow in faith and love
and give us the courage
to be more like Your Son.
We ask this, in Jesus' name.
Who We Are
School History and Facilities
St. Pius X was first built in 1961 and in 1982 an addition was made to the school adding a gymnasium and doubling the number of classrooms including our library.
Our school is wheel-chair accessible and designed to meet the needs of special education students.Recently, we improved our playground by adding new equipment.
Current, our enrolment is at 313 and growing....
Our mascot, the Phoenix, a fabulous bird from ancient Greek and Egyptian mythology. According to legend, the Phoenix has splendid gold and red feathers and a remarkable singing voice.
The Phoenix represents our students, staff and school because of its presence. Together, we never give up. When we crash and burn at work or play, they pick themselves up out of the flames and start over again!
We are the St. Pius X Phoenix. Our colours are gold for excellence, white for goodness, red for strength and black for determination.
Kids Helping Kids
We support The Holy Childhood Association at St. Pius X School. Our students in grades 4, 5, and 6 receive membership and prayer cards, as well as three newsletters per year. The kids helping kids motto encourages our students to learn, donate and pray for others.
We sometimes hold a Drive as a fundraiser for Holy Childhood.