Student Registration 2020-2021

Registration during COVID-19

Families can still register their child for school (Pre-Primary to Grade 12) while buildings are closed due to COVID-19. Here are the steps to follow:

Please complete all sections of the registration form.

You must provide proof of residence (power or water bill), Nova Scotia Health Card and your child’s birth certificate.

Need assistance?
Contact: 902-543-2468 or 1-888-252-2217 or 902-541-3004

What families can expect:
You will receive an email/phone call confirming receipt of your registration and the email address/contact information for the Home School.

The documentation will be emailed to the Home School for processing. Any further questions can be directed to the Home School email address/contact information that is provided for response.

Programs

Welcome to Pre-Primary

During the COVID-19 pandemic, all registrations will be done electronically following the process outlined above.

Pre-Primary will be available to all SSRCE school communities starting in September 2020.

  • In order to be eligible to attend Pre-Primary your child must be 4-years-old on or before December 31 in the year they start Pre-Primary.
  • Your family must live within the catchment area of the school that offers this program.  You can check out the SSRCE’s catchment area map here.
  • Pre-Primary does not have a waiting list. All families who live in the school catchment area will have a space in that school’s Pre-Primary program.
  • For more information regarding the Pre-Primary Program, click here.

Welcome to Grade Primary

During the COVID-19 pandemic, all registrations will be done electronically following the process outlined above.

  • In order to register your child for Grade Primary, they must be 5-years-old on or before December 31 in the year they start Grade Primary
  • Students will register for English programs at the school in their catchment area. Students who live in the catchment area for Early French Immersion will register at the French Immersion designated school in their catchment area.
  • Each school will publicize its dates for primary orientation.

Early French Immersion Program (Grade Primary)

  • The Early French Immersion Program begins in Grade Primary.
  • For further information regarding eligibility, click here.

Late French Immersion (Grade Seven)

  • The Late French Immersion Program begins in Grade 7.
  • For further information regarding eligibility, click here.

Out of Area Requests – Student Transfers

  • Parents/guardians may seek placement for their child in a school outside of their catchment area in which they reside under the guidelines of the Student Transfer Policy.

For more information regarding SSRCE programs, please contact Jeff DeWolfe, Director of Programs & Student Services – jdewolfe@ssrce.ca or Cheryl Veinotte, Executive Assistant to the Director of Programs & Student Services – cveinotte@ssrce.ca