Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

  • Your Community School

    Prince Edward Collegiate Institute (PECI) is a community secondary school located in Picton, Ontario serving over 600 students from across Prince Edward County. With a strong academic program, a wide variety of athletic & extra-curricular activities, and excellent facilities, PECI continues a more than 50-year tradition of serving all students living in Prince Edward County to ensure their success in the world.
  • Academic Excellence

    Our focus on academic excellence means we are committed to the continuous development of our programs and courses, how they are designed, and how we deliver them. Our Venture Enrichment program offers our students an outstanding preparation forr pstents in the post-secondary pathway.
  • Dedication to the Arts

    We believe that communication through self-expression is essential to the creative development of each student. In our art's classrooms, students are encouraged to explore their own dramatic, musical and visual arts abilities and to interact with others in group situations. Students can also get involved with clubs such as the Improv Team and the school play.
  • Innovating With Technology

    Technological innovation influences all areas of life. Technological education at PECI focuses on developing students’ ability to work creatively and competently with technologies to be able to meet the challenges and opportunities of the twenty-first century. Our students earn dual-credits with Loyalist College through our unique Trading-Up program.
  • Learning Through Athletics

    Physical activity and athletics have a major impact on students both in and out of the classroom. At PECI, our dedicated coaches teach the importance of working together as a team and strength of character. Through sport students learn the leadership skills, how to embrace each other's strengths and how to make up for the other's weaknesses. We are better together!
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  • Summer Office Hours

    The school and the main office are open during the summer on a limited schedule.  Keep in mind, that due to cleaning, maintenance and construction, there will be limited access to certain areas.

    The school office is usually CLOSED ON FRIDAY.

    Office Hours:
    July 14-17 -- 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
    July 21-24 -- 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
    July 28 - Aug. 8 -- CLOSED
    Aug 11-14 -- 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
    Aug 18-21 -- 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

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  • 2013-14 Fundraising Total

    The PECI Relay for Life total is $22,386 for this year! That brings our yearly fundraising total to $36,391! This was a team effort and we can be proud to know that over the past 3 years our staff and students have eclipsed the $120,000 mark for charities in our community and around the world.

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  • Athletics Awards Banquet

    On Wednesday June 11th, PECI held their Athletic Awards Banquet at the beautiful Regent Theatre. In 2013/2014, Panther athetes won 14 gold medals, 12 silver medals and 6 bronze medals. 36% of all PECI students played at least 1 sport, which is over 200 athletes! 44% of PECI staff coached a team and students played more than 3600 minutes of lunch time intramural sports. Our junior boys volleyball team won a COSSA silver medal. Our senior boys basketball team won 30 games this year. Our boys baseball team advanced to OFSAA for the third time in four years. Our track and field team qualified 3 grade 9 athletes for OFSAA and we had a tennis superstar fly in all the way from Belgium to bring home COSSA gold! It’s safe to say that this was an exceptional year! 

    Congratulations to all of the individual sport winners and major award winners: 
    Grade 9 Female Athlete of the Year: Vanessa Willis Grade 9 Male Athlete of the Year: John McHugh Junior Female Athlete of the Year: Audrey Roloson Junior Male Athlete of the Year: Max Manlow Senior Female Athlete of the Year: Cailey Jones Senior Male Athlete of the Year: Wes Stakes and Pat Macpherson Jeremy Vincent Award: Keneil Warren Joe Scott Award: Taylor Reddick 
    Click to see and download the pictures: http://goo.gl/EaVFCn 
    Click to see the video: http://youtu.be/0YFpeE-GJaE

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  • Persistent Panther Bursary

    ​During the month of May, four Entrepreneurship students hits the streets in Prince Edward County to raise funds for the first ever Persistent Panther Bursary. Local businesses donated to support two students who embodies the character that best represents Prince Edward Collegiate Institute in our community.

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Upcoming Events

Wed Jul 23 @11:00AM - 02:00PM
Car Wash (@ Fire Hall)
Mon Aug 25 @12:00PM - 04:00PM
Registration for New Students
Tue Aug 26 @ 8:30AM - 05:00PM
Registration for New Students
Wed Aug 27 @ 9:00AM - 11:00AM
New Student Orientation
Tue Sep 02 @ 8:15AM - 02:30PM
Semester 1 Begins
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The school and the main office are open during the summer on a limited schedule.  Keep in mind, that due to cleaning, maintenance and construction, there will be limited access to certain areas.

The school office is usually CLOSED ON FRIDAY.

Office Hours:
July 14-17 -- 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
July 21-24 -- 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
July 28 - Aug. 8 -- CLOSED
Aug 11-14 -- 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
Aug 18-21 -- 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

The PECI Relay for Life total is $22,386 for this year! That brings our yearly fundraising total to $36,391! This was a team effort and we can be proud to know that over the past 3 years our staff and students have eclipsed the $120,000 mark for charities in our community and around the world.

​During the month of May, four Entrepreneurship students hits the streets in Prince Edward County to raise funds for the first ever Persistent Panther Bursary. Local businesses donated to support two students who embodies the character that best represents Prince Edward Collegiate Institute in our community.

On Wednesday June 11th, PECI held their Athletic Awards Banquet at the beautiful Regent Theatre. In 2013/2014, Panther athetes won 14 gold medals, 12 silver medals and 6 bronze medals. 36% of all PECI students played at least 1 sport, which is over 200 athletes! 44% of PECI staff coached a team and students played more than 3600 minutes of lunch time intramural sports. Our junior boys volleyball team won a COSSA silver medal. Our senior boys basketball team won 30 games this year. Our boys baseball team advanced to OFSAA for the third time in four years. Our track and field team qualified 3 grade 9 athletes for OFSAA and we had a tennis superstar fly in all the way from Belgium to bring home COSSA gold! It’s safe to say that this was an exceptional year! 

Congratulations to all of the individual sport winners and major award winners: 
Grade 9 Female Athlete of the Year: Vanessa Willis Grade 9 Male Athlete of the Year: John McHugh Junior Female Athlete of the Year: Audrey Roloson Junior Male Athlete of the Year: Max Manlow Senior Female Athlete of the Year: Cailey Jones Senior Male Athlete of the Year: Wes Stakes and Pat Macpherson Jeremy Vincent Award: Keneil Warren Joe Scott Award: Taylor Reddick 
Click to see and download the pictures: http://goo.gl/EaVFCn 
Click to see the video: http://youtu.be/0YFpeE-GJaE

On Friday May 30th at 11:30 am, PECI foods teacher delivered lunch to the Habitat for Humanity construction site in Picton. Students in the Senior foods program, who focus on international cuisine, selected a Greek-themed menu and prepared lunch for 15 hardworking volunteers. There was even food left over to share with the neighbours at the York St. construction site.

The P.A.R.T.Y. Program (Preventing Alcohol and Risk Related Trauma in Youth) is an informative and engaging in-hospital site based program designed to educate Grade 10 students about the consequences of a variety of risk related behaviours (distracted driving, drinking and driving, not wearing protective gear and lack of seatbelt use). Students observed and participated in reality based accident scene management, emergency room procedures and the reality of post accident scene rehabilitation. The overall objective of this outstanding program is to prevent and reduce risks and to provide students with the opportunity to realize the potential consequences of risk related behaviour.

 

It's ATV time in the transportation shop! Tyler Moore, James Tuttle, Zeb Snider and Riley Greer have all had fun working on the various vehicles in the auto shop. They got a chance to work on their own vehicles and gained valuable real-life experience. Great work guys!

 

For the third time in four years, the PECI baseball team has captured the Bay of Quinte Championship. The boys beat Saint Theresa 6 – 0 in the championship game in front of a packed Field of Dreams diamond in Wellington on Tuesday.