Durham Catholic District School Board

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Durham Catholic District School Board
DCDSB
formerly Durham Region Roman Catholic Separate School Board
(DRRCSSB)
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"Catholic Education: Learning & Living in Faith"
Board office location Oshawa, Ontario
Communities served Pickering, Whitby, Ajax, Oshawa, Brock, Uxbridge, Scugog
Number of schools 40 Elementary, 8 Secondary
Number of students 16810 Elementary, 8980 Secondary
Chair of the Board Karen Valentine
Director of Education Anne O'Brien
Elected Trustees Jim McCafferty
Ajoy Paul (Student Trustee)
Stan Karwowski
Chris Leahy
Mary Ann Martin
Karen Valentine (Chair)
Theresa Corless
Kathy LeFort (Vice Chair)
Janice Oldman
Carina Gabriele (Student Trustee)
http://www.dcdsb.ca/

The Durham Catholic District School Board (DCDSB) is a publicly funded Catholic school board located in Durham Region, east of Toronto, Ontario. There are 44 elementary schools, and 7 secondary schools. Also within the Board are one Adult Education Centre in Ajax, and one Continuing Education Centre in Oshawa. The Board has engaged in a focused effort to improve student learning through ongoing staff development in the area of instructional leadership. Of note is the steady improvement in student achievement as reported by the results of Provincial Assessments in math and literacy.[citation needed]

The DCDSB was previously known as the Durham Region Roman Catholic Separate School Board (DRRCSSB) until the end of 1997, operating anglophone and francophone schools.

List of schools[edit]

The date refers to the year that the school opened.
F.I. indicates schools with French Immersion programs.
C.S. = Catholic School
C.H.S. = Catholic High School
C.S.S. = Catholic Secondary School
Numbered arrows take you to the school's webpage.
School names take you to the historical figure's Wikipedia page.
School types take you to the school's Wikipedia page.

  • St. Mary C.S.S. [1] 1987, Pickering
    • Holy Redeemer C.S. (F.I.) 1963, Pickering
    • St. Elizabeth Seton C.S. 1996, Pickering
    • St. Isaac Jogues C.S. 1981, Pickering
    • St. Joseph C.S. (Uxbridge) 1989, Uxbridge
    • St. Marguerite Bourgeoys C.S. 1983, Pickering (To be amalgamated to St. Elizabeth Seton C.S. in the 2013/2014 school year.)
    • St. Monica C.S. 1987, Pickering
  • Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School [2] 2001, Ajax
    • Brother Andre C.S. 2005, Ajax
    • Mother Teresa C.S. 1998, Ajax
    • St. Anthony Daniel C.S. 1987, Pickering
    • St. Catherine of Siena C.S. 1990, Ajax
    • St. Patrick C.S. 1991, Ajax
    • St. Wilfrid C.S. 1994, Pickering
  • All Saints Catholic Secondary School (F.I.)[5] 2001, Whitby
    • St. Bridget C.S. 2004, Brooklin, Whitby
    • Holy Redeemer C.S. (F.I.) 1963, Pickering (French Immersion)
    • St. John the Evangelist C.S. 1955, Whitby
    • St. Leo C.S. 1997, Brooklin, Whitby
    • St. Luke the Evangelist C.S. 200x, Whitby
    • St. Marguerite d'Youville C.S. 1988, Whitby
    • St. Matthew the Evangelist C.S. 1990, Whitby (Certain Area)
  • Monsignor John Pereyma C.S.S. [8] 1988, Oshawa
    • John XXIII C.S. 1968, Oshawa
    • Monsignor Philip Coffey C.S. 1959, Oshawa
    • St. Hedwig C.S. 1958, Oshawa
    • St. Thomas Aquinas C.S. (F.I.) 19xx, Oshawa

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References[edit]

Fast Facts, retrieved 2007-07-05 
Szekely, Reka (12-5), Catholic board pulls children's trilogy, Bobcaygeon Independent, retrieved 2007-12-10  Check date values in: |date= (help)
Rushowy, Kristin (11-22), School board pulls ‘anti-God’ book, Toronto Star, retrieved 2007-12-10  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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