Register for Catholic School
We would like to welcome your child into one of our 9 caring and nurturing schools.
We focus on offering christian inspired educational experiences that boost academic excellence while nurturing each child to become a person of integrity for a lifetime.
Happy, secure children are ready to learn and reach their potential in academics, in relationships, and in athletics or extra-curricular activities. We strive to bring out the best in each individual child.
Read more about our philosophy and mission as a Catholic School Board.School's Photo Galleries
Everyone is welcome at our schools!
- Please contact your local Catholic school to transfer or register your child.
- School tours and Kindergarten registration packages are available at all our schools.
Read about our new play-based Kindergarten Program.
If you are interested in registering your child at our school, we would be happy to meet you and show you around your neighbourhood school.
Please request an appointment through the school's administrative assistant to meet with a school principal. Visit the Schools' page for contact information.
Choosing the path of education for your child on our blog.
Forms & Identification Required
- Student Admission Form Proof of your child’s age (Birth Certificate, Birth Registration Form, Passport)
- Proof of full address (driver’s license, bank statement, utility bill, or similar documentation)
- Your child’s up-to-date immunization record
- Any relevant custody order documents
- Baptismal Certificate (if applicable)
Monthly school activities are unique to the season and school.
Browse our individual school calendars to see the types of activities we have.
As an example in December at Saint Edward's School, your child can have pictures with Santa, visit the candy cane shop, make an ugly Christmas sweater, attend Advent Prayer services, enjoy hot lunches, breakfast programs, donate to Christmas hamper with canned goods, and more.
Sports and Extra-curricular Activities
Each school has unique sports and extra-curricular activities which we list on the school's webpage.
The programs we offer at our schools have been carefully selected to help your child be ready for life in the 21st century.
We have programs that you will find at all Ontario schools but we have also carefully crafted programs based on our students needs now and in their future.
Visit our program's page to learn about Leader in Me, available at 4 of our schools; Technology-Enabled Learning and Teaching, with our annual Google Student Summit; an option to take Native Language and Learning; Virtue of the Month; and more.
Children's health and well-being is critical to their happiness and success in life and we teach well-being strategies through most of our programs.
We teach students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 at our nine Catholic schools in northeastern Ontario, as shown on this Google Map.
Visit the school webpages to learn about child care, breakfast programs, start and end times for the school days, activities, and more.
- Holy Angels' in Schreiber
- Holy Saviour in Marathon
- Our Lady of Fatima in Longlac
- Our Lady of Lourdes in Manitouwadge
- Saint Brigid in Nakina
- Saint Edward in Nipigon
- Saint Hilary in Red Rock
- Saint Joseph in Geraldton
- Saint Martin in Terrace Bay
We hope you join one of our community schools.
- Bus Cancellations
You will find a link called 'Bus Notices' at the top of all our pages for your convenience.
- School Closures
At the top of each page, you will see School Notices.
We post information in the event of a school closure.
If we post a school notice, you will see that the link will change to School Alerts.
- Class Sizes at our Schools
Our class sizes are often below 20 students per class.
- Getting Involved with Your Child's School
We encourage parents to volunteer at our schools, in a way that works for them. It could be volunteering weekly in a library, for the breakfast programs, or to join us on an outing.
- Does my Child Need to Attend School Every Day?
Research shows that school attendance is critical, please read the article, 5 Things You Need to Know about School Attendance.