Our Schools

The Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board provides inclusive, faith-based education through its 20 schools in Thunder Bay. Our goal is to provide your child with a well-rounded education that meets or exceeds provincial academic requirements, but also provides for his or her physical and spiritual needs.

Elementary

There are 15 elementary schools within the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board. Each school is unique, yet all follow our Christ-centred approach to education. We help develop the whole child through academic, physical, and spiritual education to help them prepare for a life devoted to Christian values.

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Senior Elementary

There are three senior elementary schools within the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board. These schools provide students with a stepping stone between the younger grades and high school. Our goal is to help students make that transition smoothly by preparing them for the added responsibilities and challenges.

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Secondary

High school is a time of great change as our children grow into adults physically, academically, and spiritually. Our Catholic secondary schools help prepare them for future academics, careers, and lives guided by Christian values. There are two high schools within the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board.

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Post Secondary

We are lucky enough to live a community with two, world class post secondary learning institutions - Lakehead University & Confederation College. These schools offer a wide array of classes & programs to fit just about any aptitude. We work closely with both schools to ensure that our students have access to the information & resources they need to pursue their passions later in life.

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School Calendars

Keeping track of important school dates throughout the year can be tricky. To help, we've created an easy to follow file you can download and print.

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https://tbcschools.ca/schools

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