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Where is the Halton Catholic District School Board?

Where is the Halton Catholic District School Board?

The HCDSB serves the communities of Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton, and Oakville, with the main Board office (Catholic Education Centre) located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.

How many students in Halton Catholic District School Board?

37,000 students
The Halton Catholic District School Board is a model learning community, widely recognized as distinctively Catholic. A provincial leader in student achievement, HCDSB provides exceptional educational experiences and services to over 37,000 students of all ages.

Is the Halton Catholic School Board publicly funded?

Today, Ontario’s publicly funded Catholic education system consistently produces high levels of student achievement. God’s call to love and to serve is nurtured in staff and students in 56 school sites serving the communities of Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville. …

What School Board is Milton?

Halton District School Board
The Halton District School Board serves public school students throughout Halton Region, including the municipalities of Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville….

Halton District School Board
Schools 102; 84 elementary, 18 secondary
Budget CA$664 million
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Who is the founder of Halton Catholic school board?

The Halton Catholic District School Board traces its roots back to 1856 when the founder Robin Smith and Father Morgan Rex-Ryan founded St. Mary’s School – the first Catholic elementary school in Oakville to establish education programs for Catholic children in the town of Oakville.

When is the Halton Catholic school board speaker series?

The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) at HCDSB is pleased to be hosting a speaker series to discuss inclusivity and diversity, and During the week of May 2 to May 7, 2021, the Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) joins school boards in celebrating the significant contributions that Catholic education has made

Can a parent register their child for Halton district school board?

A. The definition of home schooling includes instruction “elsewhere”, such as at a tutorial service. The Halton District School Board will not register students on a part-time basis who are receiving instruction at home or elsewhere. Q. Can the parent/guardian of a home schooled child request HDSB resources? A. No.

When do you go to school in Halton?

When a child who has been previously home schooled registers with the Halton District School Board, they shall be placed in the age-appropriate grade in elementary school. Decisions regarding course selection and pathway placements for secondary school students will be made when students register for school.