First, use the Student Transportation Services website to see if you live within the St. Mary’s boundary.  Students must attend the secondary school associated with their home address.  Transfer for students living outside of the St. Mary’s boundary will be considered only under very rare extenuating circumstances and must be approved by the principals of both schools.

Students currently attending WCDSB elementary schools will register online using myBlueprint during January and February. Grade eight teachers will assist you through this process.  Visit the Future Eagles page to learn lots more about starting grade 9 at St. Mary’s!

Grade 8 students who live within St. Mary’s boundary but do not currently attend a WCDSB elementary school or students who have moved in to St. Mary’s boundary from outside of Waterloo Region, visit the Secondary School Registration link on the WCDSB website and follow the instructions to register online.  Registration must be completed by a parent or legal guardian.  Once online registration is complete you will be contacted via email to confirm registration and course selections.  Be prepared to provide the student’s proof of citizenship and proof of address.  Visit the Future Eagles page to learn lots more about starting grade 9 at St. Mary’s!

Students who have moved in to St. Mary’s boundary from outside of Waterloo Region, visit the Secondary School Registration link on the WCDSB website and follow the instructions to register online.  Registration must be completed by a parent or legal guardian.  Once online registration is complete you will be contacted via email to confirm registration and course selections.  Be prepared to provide the student’s proof of citizenship and proof of address.

High school students currently attending another secondary school within Waterloo Region and wishing to transfer to St. Mary’s must have their parent or legal guardian contact their guidance counsellor at their current school for a Principal to Principal Transfer request.  Transfer for students living outside of the St. Mary’s boundary will be considered only under very rare extenuating circumstances and must be approved by the principals of both schools.

Students within our boundaries walk or are transported via school bus, taxi or subsidized public transportation offered through Grand River Transit. Transportation criteria is based on distance to school, as well as consideration of hazards within the walking area.

Transportation services are coordinated between both school boards. 
Visit www.stswr.ca to read the full transportation policy or to determine the transportation method from your home.

$50 Student Activity Fee for a full year or $25.00 Student Activity Fee for one semester

The student activity fee goes to funding clubs, teams, assemblies, dances, graduation, guest speakers, concerts, orientation for grade 9, charitable donations and other student body activities. The Student Activity fee is optional but must be paid in order to participate in the above co-curricular activities including athletics.

School uniforms are provided by RJ McCarthy. Visit http://www.rjmccarthy.com for information on uniform items, prices, store location and hours.

Refer to our School Policies and Procedures for mandatory uniform pieces and how to wear them