Hip Hop at St. Augustine

Voices of the Fall Campaign

Rememberance Day Assembly 2018

Fall Campaign 2018 Kick-Off


School Calendar

Athletics Calendar

Absent from School

Parent Participation

Traffic Safety Guidelines

Hot Lunch

St. Augustine Yearbooks

St. Augustine School
Parent Handbook

School Code of Conduct

St. Augustine’s Church

Catholic Independent Schools

Ministry of Education

Vancouver Public Library

St. Augustine Videos




library PTT18VideoButton

Read the latest Faith and Foundation Newsletter here.

FFlogoonly2 Bullyfreebutton1 mastheadblue menubar frontpageoff aboutusoff parentsoff lifeatschooloff supportoff communityoff CISVAtheme2018 NewslettericonB WeeklyUpdate1

Contact: office@staugustineschool.ca • tel: (604) 731-8024 • fax: (604) 739-1712 • Get a map

2154 W. 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC  V6K 0E3 Canada

Story Archive

The Grade Five class hosted a beautiful and solemn school assembly for Remembrance Day and the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I. With each student doing his/her part, an atmosphere of reverence and respect was present in the room and felt by the entire community. We were blessed to have one of our very own parents, Captain Marte Rosales of the Canadian Armed Forces, with us to speak of the significance of Remembrance Day and shared his experiences in peacekeeping with the Armed Forces.

The school heard a brief history of the World Wars and the recital of In Flanders Fields by John McRae, and the choir sang Where Have All the Flowers Gone. Those assembled observed a minute of prayerful and contemplative silence, and a message of peace was conveyed through song and prayer. Mr. Arntzen and our school choir provided the musical accompaniment for the assembly.

Thank you to the parents who were able to attend. Lest We Forget.

RemembranceDay1 NewFamilies SeniorsLunchVideoButton fallcampaign2018Videobutton

Watch the Fall Campaign Video:

During the November 4/5 weekend masses, we asked some members of our community to speak to us about their experience of our school. Their stories remind us about why our parish invests so much of its time and resources into the school, and, as a result, how it is making a difference in their lives. We thank each of them for their passion and commitment.

Click on the links below to read some their testimonies.

The Meehan Family

Cathie Oberndorf

As we launch into this year’s Fall Campaign, it’s people like Johnny M who have helped us keep the spirit alive and given so much of themselves to support our school.

For his family, the yearly school fundraising campaigns were simply part of a long-term commitment to support construction of the new school.

When Johnny brought his son Alex to St. Augustine’s in kindergarten eight years ago, he knew that there would also be demands on him as a new school parent... read more in the F&F Fall Newsletter


Power of families, faith and community

churchfall1 FFlogoonly1

St. Augustine School welcomed 1Vibe Productions into its Physical & Health Education classes over a period of two weeks as part of a dance and movement unit for all grades. Each class learned a dance routine which the students then presented to the school and their parents. The theme was feelings and emotions, which was represented by the different colours assigned to each class. We are all so very proud of our students, not only for their incredible Hip Hop performances, but for their courage, confidence, and collaborative spirit to perform as a group in front of an audience! Well done!

To view videos of each class as well as a performance by the 1 Vibe Productions crew which includes a special routine by your very own St. Augustine School staff, click here: SAS Hip Hop 2018 Videos. A special thank you to Bien Matute for capturing these moments on video.

Many parents took photos at our assembly, and if you would like to contribute some to our shared album, you can do so here: SAS Hip Hop 2018 Photo Album.


Help Us Finish Our School.

PTT18VideoButton SeniorsLunchVideoButton fallcampaign2018Videobutton