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St. Brother André Catholic High School is a secondary school in Markham, Ontario, Canada. Grades 9 to 12 are taught, with religious studies included in the curriculum. It is named after Saint André Bessette (also known as Brother André), a 20th-century Catholic Brother in Montreal responsible for the construction of the Saint Joseph's Oratory. Brother André is located in east-central Markham, and its feeder schools include: St. Kateri Tekakwitha CESSan Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic Elementary SchoolSt. Edward CESSt. Joseph CES (Markham)St. Julia Billiart CESSt. Justin Martyr (Markham)St. Patrick CES (Markham)St. Mark CES (Stouffville)St. Brigid CES (Stouffville)St. Brendan CES (Stouffville)School LayoutThere are two major buildings in the school: the main building, and the relocatable building, colloquially referred to simply as 'relo'. The main building and the relocatable building are permanent, separated by teacher and student parking lots.CouncilsSt. Brother André CHS is composed of six student government councils each with a president and two vice presidents. The president and the vice presidents of each student council create the student government body. The student government body meets once a month to discuss council-run events and plan for upcoming school events.The six student government councils are as follows:Faith Development CouncilThe Faith Development Council, also known as FDC, is a student-run council in St. Brother Andre CHS at the service of God and the Catholic Church. Formally established in the 2014-2015 school year, FDC has student evangelization and outreach at its heart. Unlike the other school councils, FDC has an open membership policy.
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