ABOUT SAINT MONICA

Our Territory

The Territory of Saint-Monica is found exclusively in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG) sector of Montreal. It extends from West Broadway Street to the West and along Cavendish, Fielding, Grand, De Maisonneuve and Addington Streets to the East. In the North, the territory is bounded by Chester Avenue, while the southern boundary runs near to Notre-Dame Street.

International Students

Saint Monica welcomes students and their families to Canada from all over the world. Families living Quebec on a temporary basis (work or school visa) can be eligible to send their children to an English public school.

For More information on the application process for international students, please click on the link for the English Montreal School Board's international student information below:

Open House

Come and see for yourself if Saint Monica is the right school for your family. Our next open house is on October 26, 2017.

  • 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
  • 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Who are we?

St. Monica Elementary School is a community elementary school located in the NDG area of Montreal. With a vastly multicultural and multiethnic population, Saint-Monica’s students are a true representation of Canada’s diverse and rich society. Our children come from backgrounds, religions and cultures that span all corners of the world.

Bordering Benny Park, Saint-Monica is a beautiful school built in the 1950s with ample size to accommodate all its children in a comfortable and positive environment. Although considered an English language school, students are taught in both English and French, which in many cases renders our students trilingual.

Our mission

St. Monica School’s mission is to provide bilingual instruction, to socialize and to provide qualifications to all our students. Instruction in both the English and the French languages focuses on the communication competencies of listening, speaking, reading and writing. The staff strives to enhance these competencies across the curriculum. Students are encouraged to develop a love of reading both for knowledge, as well as for pleasure.

Respect for oneself and for others is of paramount importance to everyone at St. Monica. A sense of belonging is developed in our students by fostering in them a respect for their environment and a connection to their community.

Students who experience academic difficulties benefit from individualized instruction. The instruction is offered to the students by their homeroom teachers as well as resource teachers. All students receive pedagogical services appropriate to their specific, individual needs.