The 48th Highlander Army Cadet Corps
The 48 Highlander Army Cadet Corps is affiliated with and sponsored by the 48th Highlanders of Canada. Although, our corps is affiliated with the regiment, the youth members who join the group are not members of the Department of National Defence. Our cadet corps is part of the cadet organization, which is a national program for youth between 12 to 18 years of age who want to make new friends while participating in fun and challenging activities. Overall, the cadet program promotes teamwork, leadership and citizenship. In addition, it helps youth members to increase their self-confidence and physical fitness.
As part of the aim of the cadet program our goal is to develop in youth the attributes of good citizenship and leadership, promote physical fitness and stimulate the interest of youth in the Canadian Forces.
What do cadets do?
|- Sports activities|
|- Canoeing, rafting and swimming|
|- Navigational and trekking activities|
|- Abseiling and repelling|
|- Socialize with peers|
When do we conduct activities and training?
We parade on Tuesday evenings from 1800hrs - 2100hrs (6:00pm - 9:00pm).
How to join cadets:
We are continuously looking for youth members to join our corps. There is no cost associated with joining the corps and we also provide each member with a uniform. If interested, please feel free to visit our corps on a Tuesday evening at Moss Park Armoury in Toronto. For further information about the corps you may also call.
Moss Park Armoury Address:
130 Queen Street East
Toronto, ON, Canada
Please note that this is not an official web site of the National Cadet Organization. Visit the official web site:
142 St. Andrew's College Highland Cadet Corps
St. Andrew's is home to Canada's second largest Royal Canadian Army Cadets Corps. Established in 1905, the #142 St. Andrew's College Highland Cadet Corps is now a credit earning, multi-year leadership program, but still culminates in an annual inspection. The school's cadet corps is also affiliated with the 48th Highlanders of Canada, retaining the same motto ("Dileas Gu Brath" - "Faithful Forever") as well as uniform (scarlet tunic and Modern Gordon tartan). In 2005, the centennial year, the Corps was granted the Freedom of the City of Aurora.
The Pipes and Drums Band is an integral part of the St. Andrew's College Highland Cadet Corps and one of its best known elements. The primary responsibility of the Pipe Band is to provide music for the Battalion when it is on the march. In this role the Band will be front and centre at the Annual Church Parade, the Headmaster's Parade and the Annual Inspection in May.
Our Cadet Corps Mission Statement
The Cadet Corps will be an integral part of St. Andrew's College life, operating in a manner which supports and compliments the school's mission and goals by providing a high quality and relevant program which:
|- Emphasizes leadership and teamwork, while offering skills options based on personal interests;|
|- Focuses on learning by doing;|
|- Is supported by sufficient and qualified staff and instructors;|
|- Seeks opportunities to test and recognize cadet skills and knowledge by participating in organized competitions both inside and outside the cadet movement;|
|- Recognizes both individual and group achievement|
How To Reach Us
St. Andrew's College
15800 Yonge Street
Aurora, Ontario, Canada
Cadet Office Telephone:
905-727-3178 ext 298