As of September 1, St. Clair Secondary School is consolidating with Sarnia Collegiate Institute and Technical School to form a new school tentatively called SCITS-St. Clair Consolidated School, which will meet at the SCITS site (275 Wellington Street) for the 2016-17 school year.  For more information see
2016-17 Registration
Grade 9    Monday, August 29
* Registration: 9-10, Orientation: 10-12 (lunch included)
Grade 10-12    Tuesday, August 30, 9-12, 1-4
Registration fee:  $35
PE Uniform (grade 9 only):  $20 for shorts/shirt
Yearbook:  $50


Principal: Mr. Paul Wiersma

Parent Communication

June 2016 Exam Schedule

Parent Letter Regarding Board Decision May 10, 2016
LKDSB Reference Regarding ARC
April Newsletter
Student Planner
Link to School Sports
Noelle's Gift Newsletter


The SCITS Song sings on after 60 years

The full story can be found at The SCITS Song sings on

Lambton Public Health: Measles & Immunizations

Lambton Public Health is urging parents and guardians to ensure that their child's immunization and records are up-to-date. More information can be found at the Lambton Kent District School Board website.

SCITS Participates in Habitat Youth Build

Recently, SCITS staff and students participated in a Habitat for Humanity Youth Program build.

Read more on this Youth Build Project in the Sarnia Observer

Habitat Youth Build 2015-16


Habitat Youth Build 2015-16

Mental Health

In this video created by Mayo Clinic (published on Jun 5, 2013), teens describe common signs that a teen is considering suicide and provide encouragement for communicating directly and immediately for support and safety. It also includes suggestions for what to say to a teen who may be at risk for suicide and ways to keep them safe.

SCITS Student Services Now Tweeting

Students and parents can now stay updated with SCITS Student Services on Twitter by following @SCITSguidance. There is also a @SCITSguidance Twitter feed on the school's Student Services web page.

Chain of Caring

Chain of Caring 2015-2016

Brady Burnham, Sasha Miller, Kennady Osborne and Tina Ferguson kick off the Chain of Caring Thursday morning at Sarnia Collegiate. The second annual event raised around 3,000 canned goods for the Inn of the Good Shepherd, with 500 staff and students forming a line to carry the donations from the school to the Inn's entrance.

Read more about this in The Sarnia Observer, Sarnia Collegiate lines up to help the Inn of the Good Shepherd and Blackburn news, SCITS Chain of Caring Food Drive