St. Boniface Diocesan High School Crest represents the three aspects of our school life: - Spiritual - Intellectual - Physical -
The BIBLE represents a symbol of truth and knowledge, which we pass on from one generation to the next as a FLAMING TORCH. The CROSS symbolizes Christianity and all that our school stands for. Lastly the WINGED SANDAL, a Symbol of Mercury, who, as the messenger of Jupiter was known for his speed and dexterity, expresses qualities fostered in both our academic and sports programs.
“AMOR DOCTRINAE FLOREAT” - “MAY THE LOVE OF LEARNING FLOURISH”
SBDHS recognizes that each student is a unique person destined to achieve his or her God-given potential. We provide a family environment of caring and sharing. With a goal of fostering a community in which it is evident that a loving God lives among us. SBDHS strives to provide our students with programs designed to nurture the student in an atmosphere of faith. We aim to help develop mature Christians with a vision of hope, a sense of justice, and a commitment to the Church and the global community.
SBDHS offers a variety of programs to help shape our students education. SBDHS values high academic expectations that promote student achievements. Expecting outstanding quality in teaching and preparing exceptional graduates.
2022-23 Grad Fundraiser - VIP Lube
VIP Lube and SBDHS have teamed up to offer a deal that will benefit the 2022-23 Grads and you. Stop in at our VIP Lube at 395 Goulet St. and receive $10 off any full synthetic oil change or $5 off any semi-synthetic and conventional oil change. VIP Lube will match your above discount & donate that amount to St.Boniface Diocesan High School.
We at SBDHS and the Archdiocese of St. Boniface acknowledge the school we attend is situated on the ancestral land of the Anishinaabe, Ininew and Dakota Nations. We also acknowledge the significance of this land as the traditional trade and travel routes of the Anish-Ininew and Dene Nations, as well as the homeland of the Metis Nation. We recognize, with respect and gratitude, Shoal Lake 40 First Nation as the source of our drinking water. We are all bound together on these lands by Treaties and we pledge to learn from the mistakes of our past to move forward together in the spirit of reconciliation.