RHS also registers new students throughout the school year, however, acceptance depends on classroom availability.
Parents who's child has already completed his/her elementary education in English in Quebec should already have a Certificate of Eligibility.
If your child has completed all of his/her elementary education in within Canada in English or if one parent is in the Canadian Armed Forces, your child is eligibile to attend an English public high school in Quebec, but you will need to apply for a Certificate of Eligibility before registering your child at school.
Should you require further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the Eligibility / Bill 101 office of the English Montreal School Board at 514-483-7200 extension 7248.
For more information on eligibility requirements for English public schools in Quebec, please visit the websites below:
Families living Quebec on a temporary basis (work or school visa) may be eligible to send their children to an English public school.
For more information on the application process for international students, please click on the link for the English Montreal School Board's international student information below:
If your son/daughter is currently attending an elementary school within the English Montreal School Board, please complete the 2022-2023 RHS registration package that will be distributed during our open house and made available at elementary schools during our fall visits in the month of October and at the end of January.
If your son/daughter is attending a school outside the English Montreal School Board, you must provide his/her Certificate of Eligibility, long version Birth Certificate (with both parents' names), most recent report card, immigration papers / Citizenship Card, work or school Visa (if applicable) and Medicare Card.
If you have any questions about the registration process, please do not hesitate to call school administration at (514) 376-4720.
2022-2023 School Year
What advice would you give our younger students who are at the beginning of their high school journey?
"Be smart about the choices you make. Always keep your head high and don't give up. People have told me I wasn't fast, so I started running. They told me I couldn't do it, so I made it. They told me I wasn't good enough, so I showed them. Never let someone tell you that you're not good enough and can't do it. Always set goals for yourself, but remember, you won't reach those goals without hard work and dedication."