• Slider1Why register your child at Saint Monica School? The answer is simple. Saint Monica gives your child exceptional opportunities to grow and succeed a modern Quebec society, all in a nurturing and caring environment. We are proud of what we can offer each and every child.
  • Slider2Each child at Saint Monica is part of our family. Classes are fully integrated so that students can learn from each other and benefit from the multicultural richness our community has to offer. Teachers encourage innovation and imagination, cultivating each child's gifts.
  • Slider3Students at Saint Monica benefit from a completely bilingual education program, offering a 50/50 split between English and French instruction, providing the best of both worlds and a linguistic advantage in today's global society. Learn more...
  • Slider4In addition to Saint Monica's own gymnasium and school yard, the school has easy access to excellent sports facilities. Whether it's skating at the Doug Harvey Arena, active play at the sports fields and playgrounds in Benny Park or swimming at the NDG Sports Arena, the options are just steps away. Learn more...
  • Slider5With electronic smartboards in every classroom, Saint Monica offers students a modern educational experience that allows teachers to use the internet and other digital resources to enhance classroom learning. Computers are also found in every classroom, along with a well-equipped computer lab.
  • Slider6Saint Monica's award-winning community garden is a wonderful opportunity for students to take advantage of agrigulture in an urban setting. Conveniently located on school grounds, gardening teaches students about plant biology and encourages healthy eating habits as students get to eat what they planted with their own hands. Learn more...

Upcoming Events

Jan 9

Pedagogical Day

No school for students, daycare available.
Feb 6

Registration Week

Registration for 2017-2018 is from February 6 to 10, 2017
Feb 9

Open House

4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Feb 10

Pedagogical Day

No school for students, daycare available.

What's Happening at Saint Monica?

Mental Health Week - May 1 to 5, 2017

mental health week

The theme of the 2017 Mental Health Awareness Week is “Connecting with nature”. Science is providing more and more evidence that when we connect with nature by engaging in activities in nature (hiking, gardening, etc.), there is an improvement in our overall mental well-being and there are decreases in the rates of stress, anxiety and depression.

This year, EMSB schools will be encouraged to share how they connect with nature by creating slideshows, videos or written pieces. Participating schools will be featured in the EMSB Focus Newsletter, and eligible to win one of three surprise nature-inspired baskets.

MHAW Contest

Registration Information

If you would like your child to attend St. Monica and take advantage of all the opportunities we have to offer, we would be very happy to count your child among our students.

For more information on how to register, please click on the link below:

2017 Montreal Impact EMSB Night

impact night

As part of the partnership for the stay-in-school program, the annual EMSB Night will take place on Tuesday, May 30th, 2017 when the Impact host The Vancouver Whitecaps.

Once again there will be a special ceremony at half time, with bursaries being awarded to two top students. These bursaries are named in honour of the late Tony Licursi, the longtime Impact statistician who passed away ten years ago. Deadline to purchase is May 1, 2017.

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New Mackay Centre Construction

Construction will begin in October on a new building for the Mackay Centre and Philip E. Layton schools. The new school will be built on Terrebonne Street, in back of École Marc Favreau. The project will take two years to complete and will be ready to house students in 2018.

St. Monica School has been working with the EMSB, and will inform parents throughout each phase of the construction to ensure the process runs as smoothly as possible.

For more information, please visit the EMSB website.

EMSB CPC Parent Conference - Apr 29

Ever wonder what teachers do on Ped days? Now is your chance to find out! The EMSB CPC is proud to present its inaugural parent conference on April 29th, 2017. Spend the day getting information on a wide variety of interesting topics!

Visit the website below to register for this free educational conference offered to all parents of children attending the EMSB!

Parent Ped Day 2017

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