York Catholic District School Board

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York Catholic District School Board
YCDSB
formerly York Region Roman Catholic Separate School Board
(YRRCSSB)
Board office location 320 Bloomington Road West, Aurora, Ontario
Board identifier B67075
Communities served All of York Regional Municipality
Number of schools 98; 83 elementary, 15 secondary
2006-07 budget (CAD $ millions) $455.5 million
Number of students 53,500
Chair of the Board Elizabeth Crowe
Director of Education Susan Larosa
Elected Trustees 10
http://www.ycdsb.ca/

The York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB, known as English-language Separate District School Board No. 42 prior to 1999[1]) is the English-language public-separate school district authority for the Regional Municipality of York in Ontario, Canada. Its head office is in Aurora.

The YCDSB operates schools in each of the nine municipalities in York Region. It employs over 3,600 instructional staff to teach over 52,000 students in 83 elementary schools and 15 secondary schools.[2] The school board until 1998 was originally known as the York Region Roman Catholic Separate School Board (YRRCSSB) as an anglophone/francophone school district.


Instructional services[edit]

The Instructional Services department is responsible for the development and delivery of the YCDSB curriculum, guided by the following criteria:

  • religious education,
  • alternative education,
  • continuing education,
  • co-operative education,
  • student assessment, and
  • equity in curriculum.

The 83 elementary schools are administered as part of an Elementary School Area; there are five areas in the school board.[3] Each area is administered by a Superintendent of Education, and the schools are divided into two groups, each of which has a Trustee.

The 15 secondary schools are administered as a single group with two Superintendents of Education. Additionally, each school has at least one trustee, and each trustee may serve duties for one or more schools.

The department also has a Superintendent of Curriculum & Assessment and a Superintendent of Education & Student Services.

Secondary schools[edit]

School Name Street address Community Postal
Cardinal Carter Catholic High School 210 Bloomington Rd. W. Aurora L4G 3G8
Our Lady of the Lake Catholic College School 185 Glenwoods Ave. Keswick L4P 2W6
St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School 1 St. Joan of Arc Ave. Maple L6A 1W9
St. Brother André Catholic High School 6160 16th Ave. E. Markham L3P 3K8
Father Michael McGivney Catholic Academy 5300 14th Ave. Markham L3S 3K8
St. Augustine Catholic High School 2188 Rodick Road Markham L6C 1S3
Sacred Heart Catholic High School 1 Crusader Way Newmarket L3Y 6R2
St. Theresa of Lisieux Catholic High School 230 Shaftsbury Ave. Richmond Hill L4C 0E8
St. Elizabeth Catholic High School 525 New Westminster Dr. Thornhill L4J 7X3
St. Luke Catholic Learning Centre 160 Dubley Ave Thornhill L3T 2E6
St. Robert Catholic High School 8101 Leslie St. Thornhill L3T 7P4
Father Bressani Catholic High School 250 Ansley Grove Rd. Woodbridge L4L 3W4
Holy Cross Catholic Academy 7501 Martin Grove Rd. Woodbridge L4L 1A5
St. Jean de Brebeuf Catholic High School 2 Davos Rd. Woodbridge L4H 2Y1
Jean Vanier Catholic High School 10475 Bayview Avenue Richmond Hill L4C 3P2
St. Maximillian Kolbe Catholic High School 278 Wellington St. Aurora L4G 1J5

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ontario Regulation 107/08". e-Laws. Government of Ontario. Retrieved 15 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "About York Catholic". York Catholic District School Board. Retrieved 2010-03-06. 
  3. ^ "Superintendents of Education". York Catholic District School Board. Archived from the original on 2007-05-20. 

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