February 18, 2019


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Wellington Catholic District School Board continues to build a vibrant Catholic community committed to the celebration of each individual by fostering a love of learning, through quality educational experiences, enabling all to respond in a Christian way to the challenges of life.

The Waterloo Region District School Board is one of the larger school boards in Ontario. We serve approximately 63,000 students in 120 schools in the Region of Waterloo. Its instruction is focused on developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to provide a solid foundation for living and learning. We are proud of our staff and their commitment to the learning and development of our students. Many of our staff have been recognized locally, provincially and nationally as the best in their fields.

In the 21st century, with the world's popular culture changing almost minute by minute, it's a bold statement for any school system of any educational bent or religious denomination to claim its schools are at the very "heart of the community" they serve. It's an even bolder statement to say those same schools offer "success for each" and "a place for all". But that's what Waterloo Region's Catholic Schools have been doing since 1836. In 2011 Waterloo Region's Catholic Schools marked 175 years of Catholic education in Waterloo Region (known as Waterloo County prior to 1973).

The Upper Grand District School Board is governed by a Board of 10 trustees, elected every four years during the municipal elections, and two secondary school student trustees (non-voting) who are selected by their peers on the Upper Grand District Student Senate. Student trustees, one representing the Board's urban secondary schools, the other the rural schools, serve one year terms (September to August).

The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is the largest and one of the most diverse school boards in Canada. Itserves approximately 232,000 (154,600 elementary, 76,000 secondary and 1,300 international) students in almost 600 schools throughout Toronto. With over 40% of its graduates ranking as Ontario Scholars, more than 80% of its graduates go on to university or college. 

The Toronto Catholic District School Board is proud to be a significant part of the fabric of publicly-funded Catholic education in the Province of Ontario. The board serves approximately 93,000 students in its 200 Catholic schools, and represents close to 475,000 Catholic school supporters in this city.

The Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board is committed to providing quality education which combines academic excellence with a concern for the spiritual, moral, social, emotional, cultural and physical growth of the student.

Thames Valley District School Board is a public school board in southwestern Ontario. It was created on January 1, 1998 by the amalgamation of the Elgin County Board of Education, The Board of Education for the City of LondonMiddlesex County Board of Education, and Oxford County Board of Education.


Sudbury Catholic District School Boardis a school board in north-central Ontario, Canada. The board is the school district administrator for English language Roman Catholic schools in Greater Sudbury and the southern Sudbury District. It operates 19 elementary schools, four conventional secondary schools and an adult learning centre.

The St. Clair Catholic District School Board was created January 1, 1998 as the result of amalgamation of the former Kent and Lambton County Roman Catholic Separate School Boards. In the past, it was separated by geography, yet united by its common bonds as Catholic educators. In 1998 it came together, united by its traditions, philosophies, and a renewed dedication to a strong and vibrant Catholic education.

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