Welcome to the ALCDSB!
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We imagine a world where all are empowered to reach their full potential through faith and service.Our Mission:
The ALCDSB builds faith-filled learning communities where each member is loved, inspired, and successful.Our Values:
- Our Catholic faith and the joy that comes from living Christ-centred lives
- Responsibility and Stewardship
- Equity and Well-Being
- Individual Success & Accomplishment
Facts and Figures
The ALCDSB covers 16,000 square kilometers, from Kingston in the east to Trenton in the west, from Picton in the south to Whitney in the north.
- Five secondary schools
- 32 elementary schools, with a new school opening in September 2024
- Five elementary French immersion sites
- Five adult learning sites (English as a second language, personal support worker program and more)
- 12,000 students
Student Bus Transportation
The ALCDSB is partnered with Tri-Board Transportation to safely bring students to and from school. Find out which school catchment area you reside in and sign up for Tri-Board bus alerts by visiting https://triboard.ca/
School Year Calendar
To access the ALCDSB's school year calendar, click here
Uniforms for Secondary School
Students in secondary school are required to wear uniforms to school, at all times during the school day, including spare, unless it is a civvies day in which students are permitted to wear their own clothing to school. The ALCDSB uniform provider is McCarthy Uniforms.
Uniforms provides many advantages to our students, including safety, pride and a sense of equality. The uniform allows staff to easily identify any person who does not belong in our school buildings.
Team, club or spirit wear is acceptable only at lunch, before and after school hours as it is not considered to be uniform. Hats are to be removed upon entry into any of the school buildings.
Elementary school students do not require uniforms.
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