Future Waterford District High School Students
Below you will find some resources that you can access to better prepare students for the next school year.
Grade 8 Student Visiting Times:
Future Grade 9 Student and Parent Information Nights:
Alternative Day and Time:
Grade 9 Student Orientation/Registration:
Grade 9 Registration Form - For students currently enrolled in Grand Erie District School Board
Completed Registration Forms and Course Selection Sheets are due to Waterford District High School NO LATER than January 27, 2023.
Elementary Grade 8 teachers will collect these forms for their students. Please be reminded that students CANNOT register at more than one secondary school.
Click here for a copy of the Grade 9 Registration Form for Grand Erie students
Grade 9 Registration Form for Students outside Grand Erie District School Board
Completed Registration Forms & Course Selection Sheets are due to Waterford District High School NO LATER than January 27, 2023.
Elementary Grade 8 teachers will collect these forms for their students. If Elementary Grade 8 teachers will not collect the forms for the students, please email your form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be reminded that students CANNOT register at more than one Secondary School.
Click Here for a copy of the Grade 9 Registration Form for Students from outside Grand Erie
Click here for a copy of the Grade 9 course option sheet
To earn a high school OSSD diploma in Ontario, students must:
Students must earn the following 18 compulsory credits to get their Ontario Secondary School Diploma:
Group 1, 2 and 3 compulsory credits
Of the 18 compulsory credits, students must complete one from each of the following groups:
The following conditions apply to compulsory credit selections from the above three groups:
English language learners (ELL)
Students may count a maximum of 3 credits in English as a Second Language or English Literacy Development towards the 4 compulsory credits in English.
The fourth credit must be for a Grade 12 compulsory English course.
Students must earn 12 optional credits by successfully completing courses offered in their school’s program and course calendar.
Optional credits may include up to 4 credits earned through approved dual credit programs