School Policies

St. Theresa Handbook 2023-2024

St. Theresa Catholic School is pleased to provide students and families with the 2023-2024 Student Handbook.  This handy document contains all policies, timetables and program information for our school. 


St Theresa Student Handbook 2023-2024

School Policies

St. Theresa Catholic School has developed a Reconciliation Policy, which is based on the rights and responsibilities of a Catholic Middle School student.  For a full copy of the policy, please download the document.  It would be helpful to review the rights and responsibilities with your child.  St. Theresa Catholic School- Reconciliation Policy Document


Other Commonly Asked Questions:

Are students allowed to go to the mall during lunch?

St. Theresa Catholic School is a closed campus. Students will not be allowed to leave the school campus to purchase lunch during the course of the day.

There is a hot lunch program for parents to order lunch on Tuesdays/Thursdays every week.

Safety cannot be guaranteed when students leave the school site.  The School Resource Officer has indicated that it is not safe for students to go to the mall, as there often are individuals known to them that frequent the mall. Many neighboring schools allow their students to leave during lunch.


Will our students be allowed to interact with the public high school students?

When students are outside, there will be adequate supervision to deter any interaction between the students from other schools.

To date, there have been no issues with any interaction with the students from the high school.


What opportunities are there for student leadership?

Leadership opportunities at St. Theresa Catholic Middle School will strive to be student-driven and encourage shared decision making.

Staff would like to maintain a close relationship with our sister schools, St Nicholas Catholic and Holy Spirit Catholic School. We will be open to setting up opportunities to mentor younger students, to attend celebrations and special events to foster connections with these schools.