Yes, There are a total of nine English public school boards in Quebec. Other boards in the greater Montreal area are; Lester B. Pearson School Board (West Island), Riverside School Board (South Shore) and the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board (Laval). For a full list of Anglophone school boards in Quebec, please visit the Quebec English School Boards Association (QESBA) website.
This information can be found in the Admissions section of our website. If you have a specific question you can contact a representative who will be happy to help you.
This information can be found in the Registration section of our website. If you have a specific question you can contact a representative who will be happy to help you.
Yes. The Before and After School Enrichment (B.A.S.E.) daycare program is a government funded day supervision service, organized outside class hours for preschool and elementary school children. B.A.S.E. provides a program of activities in keeping with the needs of the child in a safe environment supervised by qualified staff. More information can be found in the B.A.S.E. Daycare Services section of our website
This information can be found in the Transportation section of our website. If you have a specific question you can contact a representative who will be happy to help you.
The EMSB's Outreach Network is designed to provide an opportunity for students who have left school before graduation to return to a different educational setting. The system is designed to help students continue their studies in a less formal atmosphere. Some programs will lead to sufficient credits for a high school leaving certificate, while others will permit the student to return to a regular high school setting. In some cases, the student will be prepared for entering the workforce. Visit the Outreach Network website for more information.
If your child is over 16 years of age and meets the required prerequisites at the Secondary III or IV level he/she may choose to register in a Vocational Program offered by one of our Vocational Centres. He/she may also choose to complete secondary school at any time by attending classes in one of our Adult Education Centres or through distance education. Visit the Adult Education and Vocational Services website for more information.
Yes, our Student Services Department organizes and provides educational services for students with special needs at the pre-school, elementary and secondary levels - whether they have handicaps, social maladjustments or learning disabilities - with the hope of integrating them into regular classroom settings. More information can be found in the Special Seeds section of our website.
The EMSB Social Affairs network of schools provides a complete education, as well as the full range of complimentary services to children and teenagers who are unable to attend regular schools and must remain in hospitals or youth protection centres. Our schools work closely with Integrated Health and Social Services Centres (CISSS) and Integrated University Health and Social Services Centres (CIUSSS).
Yes, families who reside within the territory of the EMSB may apply for a
Le Comité de gestion de la taxe scolaire de l'île de Montréal (originally known as the School Council of the Island of Montreal), which was created as a result of legislation adopted by the government of Quebec, on February 28, 2003. Under the terms of the Education Act , the Comité de gestion de la taxe scolaire de l'île de Montréal is responsible for the administration of the long-term debt of the five school boards of the Island of Montreal, contracts loans on behalf of the school boards, fixes the school tax rate, collects and distributes the tax to the school boards.
This information can be found in our French P
School boards are local democratic institutions that oversee pre-school, primary, secondary, adult academic and vocational education for both youth and adults on their assigned territory. Each school board in Quebec is governed by a council of commissioners all of whom are publicly elected through general elections which take place every four years.
Along with educating the population, their task also involves offering a variety of services to the community. They carry out a mission of prime importance, one which lies at the very heart of any community’s development.
Yes, our Adult Education and Vocational Services (A.E.V.S.) offers both academic and vocational courses for individuals 16 years and older.
Please visit the A.E.V.S. website for more information on how to register for a program of your choice.