Registration Information

Registration Information

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Students New to the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

Students new to the OCDSB who wish to register at South Carleton must complete the following forms:

Please make an appointment by phoning the Office Administrator at 613-838-2212 ext. 105. Bring these documents with you to the appointment:

  • proof of address (property tax bill, assessment notice, purchase of sale agreement, or rental agreement); and

  • a minimum of one other form of identification that includes the address and the guardian’s name (which may include the previous list as well as utility bills, driver’s license, etc.); and

  • copy of Canadian Birth Certificate, Passport, or Permanent Resident documentation.

Information regarding course selection and the programs available at South Carleton may be found under Additional Resources below.

Information for Students Entering Grade 9

Information regarding course selection and the programs available at South Carleton may be found under Additional Resources below.

Returning Students in Grades 9 to 11

For a detailed listing and description of courses being offered at South Carleton next year, go to South Carleton's Student Course Guide.

Certain courses require that additional forms be completed in order for a student to register. Instructions and application forms for those courses may be downloaded below. These must be submitted to Guidance.

Register for your courses using Career Cruising. Read the instructions! Registration will begin on Friday, February 10.

Once course selection is completed, print the Sign Off sheet (3 pages). This must be signed by a parent and handed in to Guidance by Wednesday, February 22. 2017.

Application Forms for Special Courses

Additional Resources

South Carleton offers a wide variety of courses in all subjects. Informed course selection is key to being prepared for life after high school, whether that includes work, apprenticeship in a trade, college, or university. The following resources may be helpful as you make these decisions. You may also consult your teachers and guidance counsellor for advice.

The OCDSB offers International Languages through Continuing Education. Students register for the IL Program through Career Cruising. For more information about the program, see their website.

Guidance counsellors will be holding information sessions with all grade 9 - 11 classes during the week of February 6-10, 2017. These are the presentations that students are being shown:

Links for More Information

Secondary Programs:

Program Pathways:


Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program:

Information on Trades:

Ontario Universities:

Ontario Colleges:

Grade 12 Students

Any grade 12 student wishing to return to South Carleton for a victory lap must complete this form and return it to Guidance by February 22, 2017.

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