How do I register my child at Saint Monica?

If you would like your child to attend St. Monica and take advantage of all the opportunities we have to offer, we would be very happy to count your child among our students. The primary registration period takes place in February. Outside of that period, an appointment is required; please contact the Principal’s office (514 369-0070) to schedule a convenient time.

In order to facilitate the process, parents are asked to bring the following documents to registration:

* There is a forty-five dollar ($45.00) non-refundable fee payable at the time of registration. The non-refundable registration fee will be applied to the applicant’s Student Fee of the upcoming school year .

Parents will be asked to fill out forms which will allow the school to apply for the certificate of eligibility for English schooling. During the summer months (July and August) registration for St. Monica must be completed at the EMSB Administration Building.

What is an English Eligibility Certificate?

Under the Charter of the French Language (Bill 101), a certificate of eligibility for English-language education is required for your child to enroll at St. Monica.

Should you require further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the school office at 514-369-0070 or you may call the Eligibility / Bill 101 office of the English Montreal School Board at 514-483-7200 extension 7248.

Applications for the English Eligibility Certificate are done at the same time as registration at St. Monica. You do not need to apply seperately.

How old does my child have to be to register?

To give your child the best chance for success at school, the English Montreal School Board requires that all students have reached a particular age level, as follows:

Open House

Come and see for yourself if Saint Monica is the right school for your family. Our next open house is on February 9, 2017.

International Students

Saint Monica welcomes students and their families to Canada from all over the world. Families living Quebec on a temporary basis (work or school visa) can be eligible to send their children to an English public school.

For More information on the application process for international students, please click on the link for the English Montreal School Board's international student information below:

Our Territory

Each elementary school within the EMSB serves the community within it's boundaries. Children living within these boundaries and their siblings have priority over children living outside of the school boundaries when registering at the school. Students living outside of the school boundaries are not eligible for bussing.

Click on the link below to view the school's territory map: