May 10, 2005 -
Officials with the Sudbury Catholic District School Board, along with guests from the Ministry of Education, local, provincial and federal governments, teachers, parents, students and the Board's partners in education were at Bishop Alexander Carter Catholic Secondary School in Valley East on Monday to celebrate the official grand opening of the newest English Catholic high school in the Valley.|
The Sudbury Catholic District School Board has had a long-standing tradition of bringing quality Catholic Education to the students of Valley East and Capreol. The Board is pleased to announce that the construction of the new Bishop Alexander Carter Catholic Secondary School is now complete. This new modern facility sets the stage for Christ centred student-learning offering a full range of programs in English and French Immersion from Grades nine through 12. The most Reverend Bishop Jean-Louise Plouffe celebrated the inaugural mass in the school's gym, followed by the blessing of the school's chapel, short speeches from invited guests and a special ribbon cutting ceremony.