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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Admissions and Registration
 
New students are always welcome to our school community.
 
The Board makes every effort to accommodate students at the school of their choice. Placement will be offered based on the physical capacity of the school, local demand and program availability. Please be advised that living within a school boundary DOES NOT GUARANTEE PLACEMENT. When placement is not possible in the school requested, students will be offered a placement at the nearest TCDSB school with space and program availability. Transportation may be provided in accordance with our Transportation Policy and budget availability.
 
For general information about admissions and registration, including the new online application process, please visit the main board website.
 
For specific inquiries about our school, please call us any time.
 

 

Registration for kindergarten begins in January. Along with proof of residency in Toronto (i.e. utility bill), the following documents for your child will be required at time of registration:

  • Proof of Canadian citizenship (Canadian birth certificate) or Landed Immigrant papers
  • Catholic baptismal certificate (proof of Catholicity)
  • Ontario Health Card
  • Record of immunization

Criteria for Admission to a Toronto Catholic School

Catholic children may be admitted at the local elementary school. Parents should contact the principal about the necessary documents, which include a birth certificate, Catholic baptismal certificate and proof of residency. 
 
Non-Catholic children of Catholic parents, all residing in the City of Toronto, may be admitted at the local elementary school. Parents should contact the principal to determine eligibility, which will include verification of a parent's Catholicity and eligibility to be separate school supporters.
 

Catechumens may be admitted at the local elementary school. Parents should contact the principal about the necessary documents, which include verification from the parish priest.

Non-Catholic children of non-Catholic parents are not eligible for admittance to Toronto Catholic District School Board elementary schools.