Online registration is available for students new to HCDSB entering Grade 9 to Grade 12!
Please note: Online registration is for new students only. If your child is already registered at an HCDSB school, you do not need to register online.
New Students to Canada
Make an appointment to visit one of our Welcome Centres. As part of the registration process, all newcomer students and English language learners are assessed at a Halton Catholic District School Board Welcome Centre.
Cross-Boundary/Non-Resident Students Application
School uniform information for new students starting in the 2021/22 school year.
How Do I Register?
Online registration is available as the first step of the registration process.
If you have never used the online registration portal, you will need to create an account first:
- Click on the Online Registration link https://olr.hcdsb.org/Fusion/
- Hit ‘Sign in‘ on the top right-hand corner.
- Press the green button to ‘Create an account’.
- Once you have done this, you will be able to login with your personal username/email and password. Register Online Now!
- Once you have registered you will be notified by Corpus Christi that your application has been received.
- Forms will need to be electronically submitted to Student Services to complete your child’s registration. All registrations will be reviewed by administration before registrations are complete.
Please complete the following forms and send back to Joanne Grafton at email@example.com after you are notified by Corpus Christi.
Grade 9 Option Form (for grade 8 students registering for grade 9)
Grade 10 – 12 Option Form
- Once approved the Guidance Secretary will contact you to set up an appointment to verify all legal documentation that the school requires. PLEASE DO NOT SEND LEGAL DOCUMENTATION THROUGH EMAIL DUE TO PRIVACY ACT. A voluntary activity fee of $65 by cheque or cash can be submitted at this time.
Other Important Helpful Information
Student Registration Checklist
Application for Direction of School Support
School Philosophy 2020-2021
Welcome Centre Brochure
Grade 9 Elective Courses
Part 2 – In-Person Registration
The second part of the registration process involves visiting our school to show required documents (listed below).
NOTE: At this time, our school is closed as a result of the COVID-19 health situation. You will be contacted to complete Part 2 of the registration process after our school re-opens.
What Will I Need to Register?
After you are contacted by our school, you must bring the following documents with you to your appointment (required documents):
1. Birth Certificate or proof of age
2. Proof of address ~ phone bills and drivers licenses are not accepted.
3. Custodial documents if applicable
*Immunization records are not required to register your child in school, however students are required to be vaccinated or have a valid exemption. Report your child’s immunizations through the Immunization Reporting Form, available on the Halton Region Health Department website: www.halton.ca.
How do I know if this is my home school?
Not sure which school is in your boundary? Use the School Finder Tool here to determine your home school.
For more information, please visit the Board’s website.
New to Halton or Canada?
If you are new to Halton Region or Canada, and English is not your first language, we can help you register your child for school! Our Welcome Centre staff will provide the support and guidance you need. Learn more about how we can help newcomer students adjust to life in a new country.
Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations
In our Halton Catholic schools, we value the whole child, and create conditions that support the spiritual, intellectual, physical and emotional well-being of all students so that they may fulfill their God-given potential.
Students in our Halton Catholic secondary schools are called to embrace the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations as they work towards their diploma. These expectations define what students are expected to know, do and value when they graduate from our Catholic schools.
A Catholic school graduate is expected to be:
- a discerning believer formed in our Catholic Faith Community
- 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