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“Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the Lord your God which He has given you.”  -  Deuteronomy 16:17


Since its inception in 1958 St. Maurice School has been blessed. The school’s growth from its modest beginnings to its current position as the province's largest Catholic School can be attributed to the collective efforts of a many groups of dedicated individuals: from Father Morand and the original founding group of parents to our dedicated staff, many of whom have served St. Maurice for 15 or more years.  Currently we have a very active Parent Guild and some increasingly active Alumni who are giving back in many ways. All these groups have one thing in common: a deep affection for St. Maurice School and all that it stands for.

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Extracurricular activities have been an important part of school life for many of our students. We are blessed to have many volunteer alumni and parents. If you would be interested in volunteering at St. Maurice as a coach, a tutor, a guest speaker or in some other capacity, contact us. 

Email or phone 204-453-4020.

Our community is comprised of individuals from eclectic backgrounds with unique knowledge and skills. If you would like to volunteer your professional services to the school.


Email or phone 204-453-4020.

As a not-for-profit institution St. Maurice School depends on the generous support of its stakeholders to continue to provide financial support for many important initiatives. Financial donations of $25 or more made to St. Maurice School are eligible for a charitable donation tax receipt. Please click on the Donate button below.

Email or phone 204-453-4020.

Past Gifts

  • Dr. Arshad Ahsanuddin,  a friend of St. Maurice School, donated in excess of $25,000 towards the creation of a Media Classroom. Students from the high school are now welcomed to a state of the art space with a projector-theatre system second to none and an aesthetically pleasing classroom with attractive artistic displays, new tile carpet and tables. In addition, Dr. Ahsanuddin has also donated his time on many occasions to come to the school as a guest speaker discussing his career path in medicine.

  • The St. Maurice School Parent Guild has offered a number of FUN-raising opportunities throughout each year, such as movie nights, special lunches, and the year end Carnival.  Through the Guild’s provision of volunteers for the Manitoba Lotteries Bingo events, the Guild has generated funds with which they have been able to subsidize the purchase of three LCD projectors for classrooms, a subscription for an on-line early readers program, a portion of the cost of a climbing wall for the gym, and the new LCD projection system for the gym. 

  • A separate donor, who wishes to remain anonymous, provided the remaining funds for the gym climbing wall.

  • Another anonymous donor provided a gift which has funded the purchase of 11 new laptops for the high school’s laptop lab. 

  • Mr. Jericho De Castro, -  Class of 2006 - , and Coach for the past few years of our high school basketball and soccer teams, donated to the school a full set of jerseys and matching shorts for use by the current and future varsity boys basketball teams.

  • Mr. Andrew Nguyen – Class of 2011 and Mr. Francis Delgado – Class of 2015 have both volunteered to coach our boys basketball ball teams in the high school.

  • Tri-M Windows & Doors c/o Mr. Marcelino Macalalad (Owner) covered a tournament registration fee for our varsity girls basketball team; and Bye Agency c/o Mr. Darren Bye provided the funding for a second tournament for the varsity girls basketball players.

  • The following companies and individuals sponsored the purchase of a full set of jerseys and matching shorts for the 2014 varsity girls basketball team: JEM Insurance c/o Mr. Emerito Guevarra (President), Midland Appliance c/o Mr. Armin Mojica (CFO), Provencher Insurance and Financial Services c/o Mr. Norbert Collette, Mr. & Mrs. Warren and Maria Villarba, Mr. & Mrs. Willie and Imelda Torres.

  • Bernardin’s $500 for the purchase of sports jerseys.

  • Anonymous donation to purchase a number of high quality balls for our high school soccer teams.

  • Anonymous donation which offset the cost of the 2016 Catholic schools Spirit Days retreat program for our high school students.

  • Each year we receive many anonymous donations in the hundreds of dollars! Thank you!

  • Thanks as well to the volunteers and coaches who donated time, energy, talent and leadership across the spectrum of our extra-curricular and enrichment programs! Our students are truly blessed!

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