Choosing a Catholic School
We are committed to providing students with an exceptional faith-filled education when they attend one of our Catholic schools. We are a community bound together by our faith – a community focused on enhancing your educational and spiritual development, by providing excellent programs, resources and support to help you reach your future goals and aspirations.
When you choose a Catholic school you will have the opportunity to grow in faith and knowledge, to participate in the many, varied aspects of your community, make some great friends and to gain valuable, rewarding life experiences.
Enrolling Your Child in High School
Students are not required to be Catholic to be enrolled in our secondary schools and therefore, proof of Catholic baptism is not required. Non-catholic students attending any of our high schools must respect the rites and practices of the Catholic school system.
Please take a look at the School Directory link to see the schools located in your area and refer to the boundary maps to determine which Catholic school your child should be attending.
Parents or guardians of Canadian citizens or permanent residents (landed immigrants) will be required to register their child in person at the school.
You will require the following documents for your child for registration:
All of our schools offer an excellent and unique educational program, giving you access to current technology and resources. We believe that every child is an individual created in the image of God. We value your uniqueness and will work hard to meet your spiritual, educational, emotional and physical needs through our various programs.
Our schools pay particular attention to preparing students for the demands of either post-secondary education or the world of work. We value all destinations – whether your post-secondary future includes college, starting an apprenticeship,entering the workforce or going to university, we offer a range of excellent programs to meet your needs. We deliver a curriculum that is challenging, relevant, rewarding and enriched with the deep faith convictions that make up our Catholic faith experience.