Thank you for choosing our Catholic schools for your child’s education. Our mission is to serve students in a community that nurtures a living faith and provides a quality Catholic education that enables the individual to become a contributing member of the Church and Society.
We take a holistic approach in Catholic education and believe that in order for students to flourish academically, their emotional, spiritual, and social needs must be nurtured as well.
High school is a big stepping stone for you and your child. Our Catholic secondary schools strive to ensure the transition is as smooth as possible. Our Catholic schools offer something special for everyone, from specialized academic programs to competitive sports, from arts programs to special skills majors. The inclusive, welcoming and academic culture that our Catholic schools offer will help build skills for success and set the foundation for their adult life.
Please note that enrollment in our Catholic secondary schools is available to all students, both Catholic and non-Catholic, from Catholic, public and private schools as well ad students who have been home-schooled.How to Register
Yes: elementary schools will provide Grade 8 students and parents with information about registering for high school.
No: continue to Steps 2 and 3.
Step 2: Find Your Designated School
Confirm the designated school for your home address. Find Your School and school boundary maps are available under Schools.
STEP 3: Complete the Online Registration Form
Prepare the following documents to accompany your online registration submission. All documents must originals and in English (or certified translation).
- Child’s Birth Certificate
- Proof of Residency (at least 2 pieces of registered identification: current property tax bill, property assessment notice, tenant rental lease agreement, utility bill). Note: drivers license, health card, phone/retail bill are not accepted.
- Proof of immigration status for non-Canadian born students. (Families who are temporary residents in Canada (ie. Work Permit, Study Permit) must first submit a request to attend school to the Admissions Office at email@example.com before contacting the school).
- Legal documents related to custody and access, if applicable
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or refer to the Board's Admission of Students Policy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to be Catholic to attend a Catholic high school?
Students do not need to be Catholic to attend a Catholic high school, however they are required to take religious classes throughout all four years and to fully participate in the Catholic school curriculum and faith celebrations.
Where do I find school bus information?
Southwestern Ontario Student Transportation Services is responsible for delivering school bus transportation to eligible students. Students must be registered to confirm eligibility or go to MyBigYellowBus.ca to check address.
Can my child go to a different school other than their designated school?
Students are required to attend the designated school where they live. Should you wish for your child to attend a different school then please contact the principal of the school you are required to attend to discuss the criteria for applying for a boundary exemption.
When does school start and end? When are PA Days?
School start and dismissal times are individual, contact your child's school or visit them for details. All Professional Activity Days are posted on our School Year Calendar.
Are French Immersion and Extended French programs available?
Yes! Click here for additional information.
Does the London District Catholic School Board accept international students?
International students may apply to attend secondary school only. Please contact Admissions at email@example.com for more information about the application process.
What sports are offered?
A variety of sports are offered at all of our Catholic schools. Please visit school websites for additional information.
Is summer school available?
Yes! Summer school is offered through the Centre of Lifelong Learning.