Registration

Kindergarten Registration (Year 1 and Year 2)

The Kindergarten program is a two-year experience that builds community and provides rich and inclusive learning for all children. The purpose of the program is to establish a strong foundation for learning in the early years, and to do so in a safe and caring play ­based learning environment. It is designed to help children build on their prior knowledge and experiences, form concepts, acquire foundational skills, and form positive attitudes towards learning. In addition, it lays the foundation for children's success throughout their school years.

Parents of children wishing to begin Kindergarten are encouraged to reach out to one of our local elementary schools. To begin the pre-registration process, click here.
 
For more information on our Year 1 and Year 2 Kindergarten programs, please visit the Kindergarten Registration page.
 

Elementary School Registration

The Wellington Catholic District School Board is home to close to 6,000 elementary students in 18 elementary schools across the City of Guelph and Wellington County.  Our Catholic schools are founded on a commitment to high standards for achievement and the faith formation of our students.
 
We offer online registration for students in Kindergarten to Grade 8, to start the registration process please click here.
 
Please note: Families who are not Catholic, but are interested in having their child receive a faith-based education in one of our elementary schools, should contact your local elementary school principal for more information or e-mail us at generalinquiries@wellingtoncdsb.ca
 
For more information on the registration process, please visit the Elementary Registration page. 
 

Secondary School Registration

The Wellington Catholic District School Board is home to close to 3,000 secondary students in 4 secondary schools serving families from across the City of Guelph and Wellington County.  
 
Our schools enable students to pursue any of the four career pathways, whether students go directly to work, transition to college, or choose university as their pathway to work, by providing a multitude of programming opportunities. All our schools are open access, meaning students are NOT REQUIRED to be Catholic to attend our schools. We embrace an inclusive community of all denominations.
 
Supporting the Catholic Graduate Expectations, we value the opportunity to nurture our students by providing spiritual development in all aspects of our school life, with our reference being the Catholic Graduate Expectations:
 
  • A discerning believer
  • An effective communicator 
  • A reflective, creative and holistic thinker 
  • A self-directed, responsible, lifelong learner 
  • A collaborative contributor 
  • A caring family member 
  • A responsible citizen 
 
Secondary School Registration is available to all students by contacting your local Secondary School Administration. 
 
For more information on registering at one of our secondary schools, please visit our Secondary School Registration page
 
 
 
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