Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

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Conseil scolaire catholique Mon Avenir

formerly Conseil scolaire de district catholique centre-sud (CSDCCS) and Conseil des écoles catholiques du Grand Toronto (CECGT)
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Centre d'éducation catholique Omer-Deslauriers, the district headquarters
110 Drewry Avenue
Toronto (Ontario)  M2M 1C8

Southcentral Ontario
District information
  • Nicole Bradley-Robichaud
  • André Blais
  • Diane Jamieson
  • Jérôme Pépin
Schools 44 elementary schools
10 high schools, 54 in Total.
Budget CA$150.1[1] million (2010-2011)
Students and staff
Students 13,600[2]
Other information
Chair of the Board Mélinda Chartrand
Director of Education André Blais

Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir (English: My Future Catholic School Board); previously the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud ("CSDCCS") is the Roman Catholic separate, French language school board for the South-Central region of Ontario. It is headquartered in the Centre d'éducation catholique Omer-Deslauriers (Omer Deslauriers Centre of Catholic Education) in North York, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[3][4]


The CSDCCS provides French-language school services to the following areas in Ontario:[5]


As part of the province-wide restructuring of Ontario's school boards as a consequence of the passage of the Fewer School Boards Act, 1997,[6] the French-language Separate District School Board No. 64 was created to take over the French-language schools previously managed by the area's separate school boards.[7] It was renamed as the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud in 1999.[5] In May 2017, it was renamed to the Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir.

In Toronto, until 1998, the board was known as Les Conseil des écoles catholiques du Grand Toronto (CECGT).


The Board's schools cover the Golden Horseshoe area of Ontario, together with Simcoe County, the Regional Municipality of Waterloo and other neighbouring counties. There are significant concentrations of schools in the historically francophone areas of Simcoe and Niagara.

City/Region/County Elementary schools Secondary schools
City of Toronto
  • École élémentaire catholique Etobicoke (Richview)
  • École élémentaire catholique Georges-Étienne-Cartier
  • École élémentaire catholique du Sacré-Coeur
  • École élémentaire catholique Saint-Jean-de-Lalande
  • École élémentaire catholique Saint-Michel
  • École élémentaire catholique Saint-Noël-Chabanel
  • École élémentaire catholique Sainte-Madeleine
  • École élémentaire catholique Sainte-Marguerite-d'Youville
City of Hamilton
  • École élémentaire catholique Monseigneur-de-Laval
  • École élémentaire catholique Notre-Dame
  • École secondaire Académie catholique Mère-Teresa
Regional Municipality of Niagara
Simcoe County
Regional Municipality of Durham
Regional Municipality of Halton
Regional Municipality of Peel
Regional Municipality of York
  • École secondaire catholique Renaissance (formerly Cardinal-Carter) Aurora, Ontario
Regional Municipality of Waterloo
Brant County
  • École élémentaire catholique Sainte-Marguerite-Bourgeoys Brantford, Ontario
Norfolk County
Peterborough County
  • École élémentaire catholique Monseigneur-Jamot, Peterborough
Wellington County
  • École élémentaire catholique Saint-René-Goupil Guelph, Ontario

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Budget 2007-2008" (PDF). Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud. p. 7. Retrieved 2010-07-02. 
  2. ^ ".: Mission et vision - CSDCCS :". Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud. Retrieved 2010-07-02. 
  3. ^ "Your French School." Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud. Retrieved on March 11, 2011. "110, ave. Drewry, North York (Ontario) M2M 1C8"
  4. ^ "Rapport annuel 2000-2001." Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud. p. 7. Retrieved on December 18, 2011. "Le 12 avril 2001, le Conseil invitait tout le personnel administratif du Centre d’éducation catholique Omer-Deslauriers (siège social)[...]
  5. ^ a b Establishment, Areas of Jurisdiction, and Names of District School Boards, O. Reg. 185/97
  6. ^ Fewer School Boards Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c. 3
  7. ^ Transition from Old Boards to District School Boards, O. Reg. 460/97

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Coordinates: 43°47′10″N 79°25′23″W / 43.786°N 79.423°W / 43.786; -79.423