Consent for Information Sharing – Students 18+

Provincial legislation requires school boards to recognize students as adults when they reach the age of 18. As such, students who are 18 years of age or older are deemed responsible for their own education, attendance, and any matters related to discipline.

How will this affect me as a Parent or Guardian?

Once your son or daughter reaches the age of 18, we are legally required to remove you (the parent or guardian) from our contact lists, and you will no longer receive information from the school or board related to their education, attendance, or any matters related to discipline.

NOTE: Students may grant the school and board permission to share this information with their parents or guardians by completing the Adult Student Form (available from the school office).

More Information

To learn more about information sharing for students 18 years of age or older, please read the Frequently Asked Questions.

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