- Le Mini Bistro (Lunch Catering)
- International Students
- In Memoriam
- EMSB Virtual Library
- Three-year plan 2016-2019
- Province-wide Success Rate Chart
- Public Notices
- EMSB electoral list
- School Emergency Program
- Offers of Employment
- Student Ombudsman
- Employee Disclosure Protection
- Centre of Excellence for Speech and Language Development
- IB-PYP Schools
- Mental Health Resource Centre
- Automated Teacher Substitution System (ATSS)
What is new at the EMSB?
LE MINI BISTRO 2016-2017 BROCHURE
The EMSB Cafeteria and Nutrition Education Services offers delicious and affordable nutritionally balanced meals to participating elementary schools in the EMSB. Please click below for this year's brochure.
IMPORTANT HOLIDAY DATES
December 26, 2016 to January 6, 2017
March 6 to 10, 2017
ELIGIBILITY / REGISTRATION OFFICE HOURS
We are currently experiencing high volumes of visitors, so please come early to ensure that you will be able to see a representative.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: 8:30 A.M. to 2 P.M.
For questions concerning your child(ren)'s eligibility status, please visit our registration page or contact a representative at (514) 483-7200 (Option 3).
REMINDER FOR SCHOOL TAXES
The EMSB does not handle the processing of school taxes for properties located on the island of Montreal. Instead, taxes are collected by the Comité de gestion de la taxe scolaire and distributed to each School Board.
If you have recieved an invoice for the 2016-2017 school taxes, please make your payment at your financial institution or on-line.
For more information, please contact the Comité de gestion de la taxe scolaire at (514) 384-5034 or visit their website below.
NEW MACKAY CENTRE CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
NEW QUEBEC HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY CURRICULUM
PARENT E-MAIL FOR STUDENT RECORDS
Register your e-mail on your child's student record to receive electronic communications from the English Montreal School Board and your school.
The English Montreal School Board has recorded the highest success rate (87.9 percent) in the province, meaning it followed the progression of students from 2007 to their graduating year in 2014. This is all the more impressive given the fact the province-wide graduation rate is 77.7 percent!