Gr 12 Students & Parents:

MACLEAN’S – ‘University Rankings 2016’

MACLEAN’S – ‘Program Rankings 2016’

 MACLEAN’S – ‘A-Z of Colleges and Universities 2016

GLOBE AND MAIL – ‘Canadian University Report’ (Nov 5, 2015)


OCDSB Speaker Series  2015-16

School Council 2015-2016 Meeting Schedule

University Liaison Visits Fall 2015

Student Accident Insurance Info

OCDSB Boundary Revisions 2015-16

*NEW* OSTA Transportation Info for Sept 2015

Resource Tips for Supporting Youth After a Crisis Event:

Responding to a Traumatic Event 1

Responding to a Traumatic Event 2

Supporting After a Crisis Event 3

Twitter: @SRB_news

Ecuador Parent Letter

Ecuador Trip March 2016 Powerpoint Presentation

Important Student Resources



 Newsletter November 2014

Newsletter February 2015

Newsletter April 2015

Newsletter June 2015

















Mission Statement

"The students and staff of Sir Robert Borden High School are a community of learners dedicated to creating an environment in which learning and growing for both staff and students is highly valued." 




Welcome back to all new and returning Bengals! I hope that everyone enjoyed a wonderful summer and has transitioned smoothly back to school. A special SRB welcome goes out to Vice-Principal Ken MacQueen who has joined our Administrative team this year.  VP Steve Jackson and I are thrilled to still be at SRB and all three of us are looking forward to working together to serve this great community.


All students are encouraged to get involved with one or more of the many clubs, activities, sports and other events that are offered at SRB. We are such a dynamic school because we have so many opportunities that should interest and appeal to everyone. Our students come from all walks of life and represent many cultures and backgrounds with many different stories and experiences to share. It is important to remember that High School will be what YOU make of it. So try out for a sports team, audition for our drama productions, join a music band, Key Club, or make a pledge for the Grind, a fundraiser sponsored by Athletic Council. There is definitely something for everyone!


Student safety is always our highest priority. We practice our mandatory emergency procedures several times each year. This past week we had two fire drills and we will do one more fire drill and a practice lockdown for this semester. Our School Resource Officer, Constable Beck, will advise and support us during this year’s practice lockdown. Without question, we cannot eliminate every threat and we hope one never arises, however, we can ensure that staff and students are properly prepared.


Should you be taking your children to the doctor this fall, please remember to check that all of their immunizations are up to date. Teens need a booster for tetanus and diphtheria vaccines ten years after the preschool booster, usually between 14 to 16 years of age. The vaccine recommended for adolescents is called Adacel and it has added protection against whooping cough or pertussis. This vaccine is mandatory in Ontario and is provided free to all students. To contact Ottawa Public Health please phone 613-580-6744 ext 24108. Be sure to ask you doctor to notify Public Health about any other vaccinations.


As you can see, we are a busy and happy school here at SRB! Please consult  for sports schedules and activities at school. There are updates for School Council on this website also.


Every September, I look forward to working with such a wonderful group of students who are supported by their kind and thoughtful parents. Thank you to students, staff and parents for making SRB such a wonderful place to work, learn and play together.



Wendy Verreault

Proud Principal @ SRB