(905) 945-5416 5 Boulton Avenue, Grimsby, L3M 1H6

Welcome to G.S.S.

Grimsby Secondary School is your community high school. Academics, sports, clubs, activities, community involvement, G.S.S. offers something for everyone. Grimsby students reflect our motto, “semper paratus,” (always ready) in every challenge they face. The scholastic and athletic preparedness and success of our students is well-recognized at post secondary institutions and in the workplace. We invite you to browse our web site and read for yourself all the great things happening at G.S.S. Call or visit us in person. Our doors and minds are always open.

Mrs. Shirley Scott            

Public Heath Nurse Availability

Jeannie Larocque, RN ,BN - The public health nurse is here at GSS on Wednesday afternoons and Friday mornings.  She is here to see students on a confidential basis for all issues pertaining to health and relationships. You can make an appt by putting a slip in the box on her door ( downstairs on the lower level next to the elevator) or you can text her directly at 905-933-4291. 

Go Griffin Go!

On Thursday October 6, 2016 Griffin Chusing along with Students Aware held the "Go Griffin Go!" walk for The Labatt Family Heart Centre at Sick Kids in Toronto.  Griffin has been a patient at Sick Kids for over 8 years and asked if his school could give back.  Students Aware jumped at the chance to help a fellow students with his fundraiser to raise $1500. Donations will be accepted on Tuesday October 11 in the cafeteria at lunch and there is also a donation can in the main office for those that have yet to contribute. 


Grimsby's Saigeon at Leaf's Prospect Camp

GSS Graduate Brandon Saigeon wins a pair of faceoffs against #1 overall draft pick Austin Matthews. Saigeon had an impressive camp scrimmage with an amazing assist on the 2nd goal in a 4 -1 win for boys in blue. Well done Brandon and all best in your future hockey and academic endeavours. 

"Obviously I was very excited and honoured that I would get this opportunity,” the 6-foot-1, 197-pound centre said. “I wasn’t really expecting it...." Full St. Catharines Standard article can be found here. 


Ethan McAlpine Name to Junior National Team

Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) announced today their selection of 48 athletes for this year’s Junior National Team which includes teams for both the Can Am Mex Regatta and Junior World Rowing Championships. The Junior National Team is made up of rowers under the age of 19 and come from 21 rowing clubs across the country. 

Ethan was named to the Junior Men's Double Sculls. Well done Ethan! See the full article here. 



September 19th - October 21st
$65 - School Cash Online

Sample sizes available to try on during lunch in the Caf on Wednesdays.


Office 365 for Students

Did you know that DSBN students can use Microsoft Office 365 for FREE. 

DSBN link for Office 365

Supermileage Challenge


Ethan McAlpine Completes "Triple Crown"
Winning Canadian Championships at Henley School Boy Regatta

Ethan McAlpine of Grimsby cruised to an easy gold in the senior men’s single to complete his triple crown...
"It was clean on my part. It was a rough course, but I was able to distance myself pretty well."
Read the full article in the St. Catharines Standard

This marked the second year of the competition, which originated in the United States as a competition between university students. The program was brought to Canada and modified by Tora Inc. for high school students, allowing students from high schools across Niagara to participate. This year, there were eight teams representing seven secondary school teams: Grimsby, Thorold, St. Catharines Collegiate, Stamford Collegiate, Sir Winston Churchill, South Lincoln and two teams from Port Colborne. Visit Niagara This Week for the Full Article
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Canada Wide Science Fair

This past week two of our GSS Eagles were part of Team Niagara, travelled to Montreal and spent the week, all expenses paid, at the Canada Wide Science Fair. They were fortunate enough to hear Chris Hadfield speak and I'm sure they can tell you about many other excellent adventures during this well-earned and valuable experience. Science Fair requires many hours of work and committment and both of these students worked tirelessly on their projects, allowing them to reach the National level. We want to congratulate Lucas on receiving the Clinical Chemistry Award, the SM Blair Foundation Award, the Manning Achievement Award, and Lucas also received the GOLD MEDAL in the senior division.

See the full video of Chris and Lucas by visiting Niagara Regional Science Fair Twitter Feed



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Assembly Schedule

Time Period
 9:00am-10:10am  Period 1
 10:10am-11:10am  Assembly
 11:15am-12:15pm  Period 2
 12:15am-1:00pm  Lunch
 1:00pm-2:00pm  Period 3
 2:05pm-3:05pm  Period 4


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Daily Schedule

Time Period
 9:00am-10:25am  Period 1
 10:30am-11:45am Period 2
 11:50am-12:25pm  Lunch
12:30pm-1:45pm  Period 3
 1:50pm-3:05pm  Period 4

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