Ukrainian Language Arts

Ukrainian Language Arts courses are offered at Archbishop Jordan to Grades 9 to 12 students, who have been enrolled in the Ukrainian Bilingual Program.  Ukrainian 9, 10, 20 and 30 classes provide students the opportunity to continue their Ukrainian language studies, as well as includes some cultural elements in the Ukrainian Language Arts programs.

Students in the Ukrainian language program share their culture with our school community through such activities as writing Easter eggs (pysanky), a Ukrainian collection of books, encyclopedia and art in the library; the presence of Byzantine rite icons in our chapel as well as the attendance of our Ukrainian rite clergy at religious services throughout the year and Ukrainian artwork in the common area and door signs in Ukrainian for the office, library, chapel and gym. 

Students successfully completing the courses are well-prepared to use their language skills in social or business encounters with Ukrainians in Canada and abroad.  They are eager to preserve their heritage and culture through the use of language and the celebration of the many traditions they have experienced over the years.

French Immersion

Archbishop Jordan offers a program for students who have successfully completed an Elementary-Junior High French Immersion Program. Instruction in French Language Arts, and Etudes Socials uses an integrated approach wherever possible; consequently, students who wish to pursure their studies in the French Immersion program are asked to register in both French Language Arts and Etudes Socials. This program provides an enriched context where the literature compliments the content taken in Etudes Socials. In addition,Math 10/20/30 are also taught in French for the benefit of the French Immersion students.


French Immersion Mass at OLPH Church for French immersion students in our district. EPK, OLPH & ABJ attending

Date: Thursday, Nov. 29

Time: 9:45 am Buses depart 9:15

General Assembly for French immersion students in small gym following return from mass.