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*Updated* Grade 10 Registration Information

High School Registration season has begun!

The registration process for our grade 9 students follows a similar timeline to previous years.  It begins with our three feeder High Schools visiting our grade 9 students here at Sir John Thompson and answering many of the questions that our students have.  Virtual Open houses follow in late February and course selections for grade 10 occur in early March.  Our Division High Schools have begun to visit our grade 9 students with St. Joseph yesterday and Archbishop MacDonald today.  Please feel free to ask your child about the presentations.  If your child has been absent for these presentations, I would encourage you to visit their websites for information and videos.

Our three High Schools will be hosting virtual Open Houses at the end of February and early March to assist you with your High School Choice for your grade 9 child.  Please visit their website regularly for more information about Open Houses and their registration procedures.  When we receive information from them, we will be sure to send it to all of our grade 9 families.

Please see below, ‘Grade 9 High School Information 2022’, for the key dates for your information.  Each school’s entrance requirements and Grade 9 course mark minimums for registering in their courses are shown on the chart below.

Grade 9 High School Information 2022

The staff of Sir John Thompson School would like to provide you with all the information necessary to make an informed decision about your child’s high school registration. High school registration is a partnership between the home and the school, so please find information below that will assist you in learning about your child’s options.

High school visits to the grade 9 students – onsite at Sir John Thompson:

  • Thursday, January 13th, 2022 (9:15 – 10:15) (10:15-11:15) – St. Joseph High School
  • Friday, January 14th, 2022 (12:45pm) – Archbishop MacDonald High School
  • Friday, February 25th, 2022 (9:00am – 10:00am) – Archbishop O’Leary



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