Assessments for secondary students who are new to Canada are also available
The York Catholic District School Board is one of Ontario’s top-performing school boards. It is preparing to welcome new families for the 2021-22 school year, which will start on September 8th. New student registrations, as well as assessments for secondary students who are new to Canada, will take place online throughout the summer months.
The Admissions Department is accepting online registrations for Kindergarten to Grade 12 students. To find out which publicly-funded Catholic schools serve your local area, please visit the school locator. Please note: St. Robert CHS and St. Theresa of Lisieux CHS are capped schools. Admissions at these two schools are now closed for the 2021/2022 school year.
Parents/guardians need to provide the following documents to register their children:
- Proof of Age
- Proof of Status in Canada
- Proof of Residency (Property Tax Bill or Proof of Purchase or Lease/Rental Agreement and Utility Bill or Phone Bill)
- Proof of English Separate School Support, such as property tax bill or MPAC Property Assessment Notice (school support forms can be provided, if necessary)
- (For elementary school only) Roman Catholic Baptismal Certificate (for child or parent)
Assessments for secondary students who are new to Canada need to be completed before a student can register for high school. As a result of COVID-19, assessments will take place virtually throughout July and August instead of in person at the Catholic Education Centre, pending further notice from York Region Public Health.
International students interested in applying for admissions to a York Catholic school should visit the International Education webpage.
For more information about Admissions to a York Catholic school please call 905-713-1211 and press “2.” To book a virtual secondary school assessment, call 905-713-5050 ext. 12433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.