Attention Current Grade Ten & Eleven Students: The Global Leadership Program returns in 2022!

Sign-up today!

Global Leadership Returns

Monsignor Doyle’s one-of-a kind, cross-curricular, experiential learning multi-disciplinary program, Global Leadership: Rebuilding our Futures, returns in the fall of 2022!

This amazing learning opportunity combined four 12u courses for a one-of-a-kind, real world, hands on experience over one semester. You will work with fellow university bound students*, along with real-world leaders in business, government, social work and other fields.  You will learn and grow through engaging projects, fun role-plays and simulations, and super cool games, as you truly and deeply learn how to engage your world, and be the change you want to see in it.

The Global Leadership program works with multiple professional organizations, including intergovernmental agencies, non-governmental agencies, government representatives and university programs at Wilfrid Laurier University, the University of Waterloo and Western University, to create a deep, engaging and exciting semester unlike anything else in secondary school!

*Although the program is open to all university level students in grades 11 and 12 next, it is a university prep program that strongly recommended for grade 11 and 12 students (especially grade 11s as it fits more easily in their schedule!) who are academically focused (or would like to be) with an 75% or higher.

Information Session

If you would like to learn more about this exciting opportunity, please fill in the contact form below, and you will be sent a link to a Teams Meeting for one of the following two dates (you can choose):

Option 1: Thursday, February 10th @7-8pm

Option 2: Thursday, February 17th @7-8pm

Sign-up for the meeting:

Be sure to invite your friends to sign-up and learn more about the program too!

At the meeting, you will learn more about this exciting opportunity, speak with real world partners supporting the program, and have the chance to speak with current and former students of the program about their experience.

Want even more information?

If you would like to learn more in the meantime, check out this video:

If you have any questions please email