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OrangevilleDistrict Secondary School

 girl in hall                 Orangeville District Secondary School
  • An array of program to meet needs of students
  • Winner of Premier's Safe School Award
  • Close to home

Book a private tour.  Call 519-941-0491, ext. 223

New Start Date for Semester 2

Due to the inclement weather day, the start of semester 2 will now be on Monday, February 8th, 2016.  It will be a Day 2.

Host Families Needed

12 more HOST FAMILIES are needed!

ODSS is hosting 25 Japanese high school students from March 22 to March 31, 2016!  They will be attending classes with your teen, billeted with your family to improve their English skills.

Your family is asked to provide a friendly home, three meals per day.  Red Leaf provides compensation for hosting. Students can share a room. 

Your family is asked to provide a friendly home and three meals per day.  Red Leaf provides compensation for hosting. Students can share a room.

Please contact Mr. Ethier/Guidance, 519-941-0491x261 or

Carrie Coote/Red Leaf Coordinator: 519-855-3215

Ready to Register?

Ready to Register?  Call 519-941-0491, ext. 221 to make an appointment.

Documents you will need to register:

  • Student Admission/Registration Form
  • Birth Certificate
  • Proof of Residence (utility bill or driver's licence)
  • Immunization Record
  • If you are already a high school student, bring your transcript and most recent report card/timetable

If you are a Grade 8 students from ILPS, MAPS, PEPS, PMPS, or CMES - you will register with your Grade 8 school. Grade 8 students from other schools are encouraged to register asap - call us if you have questions or need any help!  We look forward to welcoming you to ODSS.

Consent to Receive EMail Messages

If you would like to receive emails from ODSS - including updates from the Parent Council, please go to to subscribe.  You can unsubscribe at any time.

The Upper Grand District School Board is CASL (Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation) compliant. Please visit our CASL consent website at to ensure we have your consent to receive newsletters, school and Board updates, announcements, event invitations and other electronic messages which may contain advertising or promotions regarding school fundraisers, field trips, the sale of yearbooks, student pictures, uniforms, books, prom or dance tickets or similar events and offers.

Student Accident Insurance

Parents or guardians are responsible for expenses related to student injuries on school premises during school activities.  Accidents can and do happen and the costs involved might not be fully covered by Provincial Health Care or employer group insurance plans.

The Upper Grand District School Board is empowered under the Education Act to offer Accident and Life Insurance for students.

Information has been sent home with respect to Student Accident Insurance offered by the Old Republic Insurance Company of Canada (“Old Republic”).  You should receive the Director’s letter, an Acknowledgment to be signed by parents (and returned to school) and a Student Accident Insurance Application form (to be mailed directly to Old Republic).  Old Republic offers a variety of options, including family rates and multi-year plans, at affordable prices.  The cost must be paid by parents or guardian.

Subscription is directly through Old Republic by mail or on line.  Questions should be directed to Old Republic at 1-800-463-5437 or

For today’s active children, especially those who participate in field trips, co-curricular and other school activities outside the school day, Student Accident Insurance is valuable.

Information on Busing for September 2015

If your child is new to the Ontario school system and has been registered at a school prior to the end of June, transportation information will be mailed to your mailing address on August 24, 2015.

NEW TO THE AREA (i.e. not registered at a school yet)

If you are new to the area please contact your school to register your child. STWDSTS will not be accepting new student information over the phone for security reasons. Any new students throughout the summer will not receive transportation arrangements until they are registered at their home school. Once this occurs, you can contact your school directly to obtain your new busing information. Please note that during start-up, busing could take up to 2 weeks to be arranged.


If your child is an existing student, go to [ ] and login to this secure site with your child’s OEN number (located on report card), school name and house number. This will not be available untill after August 24h.

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