At Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB), we are committed to understanding and meeting the learning needs of all students with student engagement and achievement at the forefront. Equally important is our staff engagement and development, as well as our partnerships with our parent/guardian and community agencies. We strive to provide the best possible education and opportunities for our students in a safe, caring and collaborative learning environment.
To register a new student at a TLDSB school, please complete an online application request.
On submission of the registration, a confirmation email will be sent to you along with a file number. Your school will contact you to review and process your application further. If you require additional information please contact your school directly and quote your file number.
If your child is not new to the Board and has previously attended a TLDSB school, do not use this application to register. Instead, please contact the school you wish to register with for further instruction.
TLDSB offers both Junior and Senior Kindergarten programs, where our youngest students discover how to learn cooperatively with others. At this age, play is an important way of learning. As children play, they are learning about the world and how it works, about other people, and about themselves.
Visit our Kindergarten page to learn more about our program and registration.
Encouraging lifetime learning for all ages, students age 14 and over can earn credits or upgrade skills in any of our six Adult and Alternative Education Centres. Complete a high school diploma, pursue a personal interest, explore new career options, or expand your knowledge and skills in a welcoming environment. Visit anewstart.ca for more information.
Parents/guardians who decide to provide home schooling for their child are to notify the school board of their intent in writing. Provide the name, gender, and date of birth of each child who is receiving home schooling, and the telephone number and address of the home.
If home schooling is to be provided in subsequent years, notification is to be received each year in writing prior to September 1 to the Board in whose jurisdiction their child last attended school. The letter is to contain the same information as in the initial letter described above.
For further information on home schooling, please review the Ministry Policy/Program Memorandum No. 131.
Visit mybustoschool.ca and use your current home address to see what TLDSB school is your child’s assigned home school.