Sudbury Catholic District School Board

Secondary Open Houses

Join Sudbury Catholic Schools at our upcoming 7-12 School Open Houses!

Grade 7-12 Sudbury Catholic Schools are excited to be hosting Open Houses, starting January 16! We encourage students to come experience our education, ask questions, and learn about the exciting opportunities available at Sudbury Catholic Schools! Please contact the appropriate school for more information about open houses and for questions about registering for school.

Upcoming Events


Marymount Academy

Tuesday, Jan. 16th at 6:00pm

165 D’Youville St.
Sudbury, ON P3C 5E7


St. Charles College

Wednesday, Jan. 17th at 6:00pm

1940 Hawthorne St.
Sudbury, ON P3A 1M8


St. Benedict C.S.S

Wednesday, Jan. 17th at 5:30pm

2993 Algonquin Road
Sudbury, ON P3E 6K2


Bishop Alexander Carter

Thursday, Jan. 18th at 6:00pm

539 Francis St.
Hanmer, ON P3P 1E6


Pre-Register for School

Register now for the 2024-25 School Year on our easy online registration platform. Please contact the appropriate school for questions about registering for school.

Edsemblie – Online Registration Platform

Program Brochures 

Grade 9 Students Participate in Virtual Take Our Kids to Work Event

Launched in 1994 by The Learning Partnership, Take Our Kids to Work Day is an experiential learning opportunity for Grade 9 students across Canada offering them the chance to see the world of work firsthand, explore a variety of careers and sectors, and look at what skills are important to thrive in the world of work. The goal is to ignite students’ curiosity and open the door for them to see what is possible for their future.

On Tuesday, November 3rd, 2021, Grade 9 students had access to both pre-recorded and live virtual content to create an exciting learning experience. Over 200 Sudbury Catholic students participated in the event facilitated by consultant Christina Raso.

Students learned the importance of managing their online reputation and understanding that the internet is a public place and anything posted online is likely to exist forever.  A positive online reputation can be advantageous and will likely be seen by future employees so students need to be careful about what they share and how it will be perceived.  Students then listened to an inspiring message of purpose and belonging by Sam Effah, RBC Olympian. Watch the video at : Take Our Kids to Work 2021: You Belong Here  Following, students  joined a live Q and A session on Diversity in the Skilled Trades sponsored by Toronto Hydro. The day ended with  sessions hosted by industry experts in the area of innovation & entrepreneurship, healthcare and technology & finance.

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