Our school respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral, traditional and unceded Indigenous territory of the Algonquin Peoples, 
on whose territory we pray, learn, play and work.

School Staff

Karen Wilson
Roisin Philippe
Kindergarten Team
Mrs. Brown
Mrs. Costanzo
Ms. Ruyter
Mrs. Chorich-Bennett
Mrs. Cinciripini
Mrs. Kimmerly
Mrs. Harrison
Mrs. Moulton
Grade One-English-Team
Mrs. Chisholm-Bennett
Mrs. Boyce
Mrs. Creaser
Mrs. Lapp (1/2)
Grade Two-English-Team
Mrs. Laushway
Mrs. Livermore 
Mrs. Lusignan
Mrs. Schefski (2/3)
Grade Three Team
Ms. Barry
Mrs. Berg
Mrs. Button
Mrs. Painchaud
Our French Team
Mme Alexander
Mme Barakat
Mme Beanlands
Mr. Bentivoglio
Mme Boyle
Mr. Chartrand
Mme Cicchini
Mme Currie
Mme Gaiarsa
Mme Harkes
Mme Malcom
Mme McEnery
Mlle Rodrigue
Our Junior English Team
Ms. Arnone
Ms. Brazil
Mr. Hertner
Mrs. Hudon
Mr. Laurin
Mrs. Polito
Mr. Schefski
Ms. Boudrias
Ms. Bower
Mrs. Davis
Mrs. Fitzgerald
Ms. MacDonald
Mrs. Smallwood
Ms. Nagle
Mrs. Hutchings
Mrs. Joseph
Mrs. Reynolds-Wallace
Mr. Thompson
Mr. Kiley
Mr. Renaud
Office Administrators
Mrs. Mathieson
Mrs. Pardell

About Our School

Principal Message

Guardian Angels Catholic School promotes responsibility, respect, and academic excellence in a nurturing, safe and accepting learning environment that supports the diverse needs of all learners. We recognize that all people are created in the image and likeness of God and have the right to be treated with dignity and fairness. Our staff promotes a love of learning and belief that with dedication and effort, every child can succeed. Guardian Angels Catholic School is a community which values and celebrates each individual contribution, where we learn together, show one another kindness, compassion, and mutual respect.

Karen Wilson

Our Spiritual Theme 2018-2021

The Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB) has again adopted a Board-wide Spiritual Theme to guide the school board community through the years 2018 to 2021. Our Spiritual Theme “Seek Justice, Love Kindness & Mercy, Walk Humbly with God” enables our staff, students, and community to dig deep into the Gospel to make real and meaningful connections with our everyday lives. This three-year theme will focus on Catholic social teachings to align with global competencies and encourage learners to think globally and act locally.

Year one of the Spiritual Theme will begin in September 2018, with a focus on the “Seek Justice” component. It will enable us to introduce Catholic Social Teaching (CST) as a lens for learning throughout the curriculum. Students of all ages can adopt the Catholic social themes to develop a gospel centred and Catholic worldview. These themes — such as Dignity of the Human Person, Preferential option for the Poor, and Stewardship for Creation, as examples — can be a launching space for Deep Learning to occur.

We look forward to showcasing the ways in which our staff and students connect with this spiritual theme.

Activities, Clubs & Teams

Cross Country
Dance Showcase
Run/Walk Club
Track and Field
Yoga Club
Be Well
Peer Mediators
Seek Justice
Genius Bar
Arts Club
Visual Reality Experience Club


Affiliated Schools

Sacred Heart High School
5870 Abbott Street, Stittsville
Pone:  613-831-6643

Our Parish

1489 Shea Road, Stittsville
Phone:  613-836-8881