What is STEAM? In a rapidly changing world, key skills and characteristics developed through STEAM will be critical for everyone. In fact, even if you don’t want to work in the fields of science, technology, engineering, art, and math, STEAM learning will undoubtedly benefit each and every one of us from coast to coast. To understand why we have to set our sights on tomorrow.

These skills allow Muslim Canadians to engage in discovery and innovation, in groundbreaking research, or in the creation of new technologies that can impact the lives of people. These advanced skills are typically acquired through postsecondary education, Master’s, and Ph.D. programs.

“STEAM” is much more than meets the eye. It not only builds critical skills but STEAM-based learning also fosters creativity, resiliency, ‘grit’ and communication – key characteristics of innovative thinkers and problem solvers! Everyone benefits from quality STEAM-based learning.



The most successful students are involved in extracurricular activities. This involvement provides additional opportunities for students to practice communication skills. Students will also make friends, build confidence and discover a new skill.

Student Clubs


Students at MAC OGHS should engage in clubs designated for extra-curricular and maximize their time learning in social environments. Clubs range from yearbook association, photography, DECA, MIST, and Radio/TV. Students interested in a particular topic can start their own club by speaking with the school administration.



MAC OGHS joined the Region of Peel Secondary Schools Athletic Association or ROPSSAA, which is a high school league for 36 sports. OGHS will take part against schools composed of  69 schools throughout the Region of Peel from the Peel District School Board, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, and 6 private schools.

For seasonal information and schedules please visit: https://www.ropssaa.org/

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