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Transportation 202

Arrivals and Departures

Parents/guardians who drive their children to school,
  • ensure that your child arrives prior to the first bell at 8:20 a.m.;
  • take care when entering and exiting the driveway since students and many staff members cross the driveway to enter through the front doors
Students who use bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards or scooters* to travel to school:
  • must exercise safety at all times;
  • must walk while on school property;
  • should lock bicycles on the bike rack;
  • must store rollerblades, skateboards or scooters in their locker or backpack; 

Student Parking Lot Use

Students who drive to school must have a valid parking pass.  
  • Please be advised that parking passes are issued each year and are requested via a google form that will be emailed to Senior students via their gapps accounts.
  • The pass will not guarantee you a spot, as we have limited parking;
  • Parking will be available in the STUDENT PARKING LOT at the south end of the school ONLY, on a first-come, first served basis;
  • Vehicles must not be parked on the grass or other restricted areas;
  • Students found parking without a pass, or in STAFF-assigned spots may have their parking privileges being revoked.

Bus Information

Student Transportation Student Transportation Services (STS) is a joint venture between the catholic and public school boards in York Region.

For information on bus routes, stop locations, times, late arrivals, cancellation, eligibility, registering a complaint, safety and general information, please visit the Student Transportation Services website or contact the York Region Student Transportation Services School Bus Information Line at 1-877-330-3001, accessible 24 hours a day.

Active and Safe Routes to School  is a partnership between the catholic and public school boards in York Region and the Region of York.  


Students who, by choice, attend schools outside their designated school attendance area shall not be entitled to Board-provided transportation.  Students who attend specialized programs (e.g. Arts York, French Immersion) and who reside within the local Municipal Transit Service area of the school offering the specialized program are not entitled to Board-provided transportation.  Students required by the Board to attend a secondary school outside their attendance area are entitled to temporary transportation, unless their ride time falls within the Municipal Transit Service criteria, listed above. 

Route and schedule information are available on the following website:  Students must follow the instructions of the bus d​river.  Students on buses are under the authority of the school and may lose their bus privilege if their behaviour is unacceptable. Parents/guardians, it is important to remember your child’s bus number and pick-up/drop-off times.

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