Secondary enrollment

Where to start?

You can request a school visit with management at any time. It will be our pleasure to welcome you!

Documents and forms required at the time

If you have the following documents on hand, please bring them with you when registering:

  • Certificate of birth, baptism or adoption of the pupil;
  • Proof of Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status or other valid legal status, if applicable;
  • Proof of residence (statement of a gas, electricity or telephone account, etc.);
  • Recent school documentation, such as a report card, if the student is from another school;
  • Other documents that you think are relevant, such as a court order or a custody judgment.
We will also ask you to fill out a request formallocation of school taxes.

Why choose a Catholic school
French speaking

French-language Catholic education provides students with an inclusive environment that promotes lasting bilingualism. It helps to develop the competence to communicate in French and to develop a feeling of belonging to the Catholic faith. This is an unparalleled opportunity to be part of a vibrant culture.

The mandate of the Council is to plan, organize and offer structured situations that promote the learning of the French language and the construction of the French-speaking Catholic identity. 

If you have any questions or need assistance with online registration, please contact cscdgr@cscdgr.education.

Admission criteria

Place of residence

The student must reside in the area attended by the school.


In secondary school, enrollment in a Catholic school is possible even if a public school is located in the territory. The Catholic character of the school must, however, be recognized and accepted. In addition, the student is expected to participate in the pastoral activities of the school as well as in the religious education courses required for obtaining the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).

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According to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, you have the right to enroll your child in a French-language school if you are either:

  • a parent, a Canadian citizen, whose first language learned and still understood is French;
  • a parent, a Canadian citizen, who received his primary education in a French-language school in Canada; OR
  • a parent, a Canadian citizen, whose child has received or is receiving his or her primary or secondary education in a French-language school.

However, the Ontario Education Act allows any parent or guardian to apply for admission. It is a simple process, which takes place through a meeting between members of the administration and the family.

Our mandate is made up of five dimensions:

Student learning and the development of transferable skills
Identity construction
Transmission of the French language and Francophone culture
The development of Christian spirituality and faith
Leadership development among support staff and promotion of individual and collective commitment
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