For students within School District 61 who are currently in another Victoria school catchment ‘family’, see the section below about the ‘School Families & Student Transfer Process’.
We welcome new families to our Mount Doug Community. If you have questions or would like more information about the school feel free to contact us at 250 477 6977 or email@example.com. Mr. Phil Pitre is our Vice Principal who looks after new registrants to our school. Copies of the application forms are following or paper copies are available for pick up at our Mount Doug school office.
Information about the wide variety of courses offered at Mount Doug along with course forms can be found on our Course Offerings Page.
To apply to attend Mount Doug, please submit:
- NEW Applicants to Mount Doug Application Form 2017-18
- Completed course selection form (please contact Mr. Pitre or one of our counsellors if you require assistance with course selection)
PLUS if new to Greater Victoria School District #61 please submit:
- 2017-18 Registration Form
- Birth certificate copy – if you bring original to school we can make copy (if new to Greater Victoria School District #61)
- A formal document copy indicating proof of address – if you bring original to school we can make copy (if new to Greater Victoria School District #61)
- Academic record copy (most recent report card) (if new to Greater Victoria School District #61)
Landed immigrants also need to include:
- Original landed immigrant or Canadian Citizenship status papers
- Proof that parents are “ordinarily resident” in BC within the catchment
Please submit the documents to the school using the contact information following then feel free to phone the school to arrange a meeting with Mr. Phil Pitre. At that time, the documents will be checked for completion, and any further questions will be addressed. You will be contacted by phone or email with confirmation.
School Families & Student Transfer Process for the 2017-2018 School Year (within Greater Victoria School District #61)
Residential Postal codes can be used to determine the catchment family of schools through the School Locator at http://schoollocator.baragar.com/bc61/search.cfm. There is a yearly Student Transfer process for students living within School District 61 who wish to go to a school outside of their catchment family of schools. The K-12 Student Transfer Process takes place from February 16-24, 2016. After this date, if you wish to transfer within School District #61, please contact an administrator at your pathway school. Other students from schools outside the School District 61 area may apply directly to their school of choice.
After the two student transfer weeks students wishing to transfer to another school within School District 61 are to contact the Principal or Vice Principal at the school in their “school family” and make the request to transfer. Arrangements will then be made by the school administrators.
Students from outside the Greater Victoria School District can contact the school directly for registration information.
All competitors must be under nineteen (19) years of age on December 31st of the current school year. (Note: If the competitor has his/her 19th birthday on or after January 1st, he/she is eligible. If his/her birthday falls on or before December 31st, he/she is not eligible.)
All competitors must NOT have completed graduation requirements in the preceding school year, nor have received a senior secondary Certificate of Standing for the completion of graduation requirements during the current school year.
Five Years’ Eligibility: Students have five (5) consecutive years of athletic program eligibility, starting on the entry date into grade 8. A year is considered to be the 12-month period between September of one school year and September of the next school year.
All competitors must be enrolled in a minimum 75% course load for any semester or school year (a minimum of 3 courses per semester during the sports season of play).
STUDENT TRANSFER AND ELIGIBILITY TO PLAY SPORTS
New students to Mount Doug who were attending a middle school last year, even if this middle school was outside of the Mount Doug catchment area, are automatically eligible for all inter-school sports in grade 9. Contact Mr. Ted Meldrum to determine if your child meets the requirements. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If transfers are made after the start of grade 10, students may face one year of ineligibility in sports they competed in at their school the previous year.
Please check with Mount Doug Athletic Director Mr. Meldrum at email@example.com and check the B.C. School Sports website for additional information.
Career Preparation Programs
Students applying for a Career Prep program may apply directly to Mount Doug after contacting the home or pathway school to discuss the transfer. Career Prep programs at Mount Doug include: Entrepreneurship/Marketing; Computer Drafting & Design; Co-op.
Honours courses are available in Math and English. For grades 10 through 12 teachers will be recommending students for placement in these honours courses. No student application is necessary.
For incoming grade 9’s there are scheduled placement tests for Math 9 Honours. Additional information are following.
Challenge Program for Gifted, Creative, and Talented Students
To apply to this program please download the Challenge Application Form: Challenge Program Information & Application Mount Doug.2017-18
Applications are being accepted for incoming grade 9’s for the September, 2016 program. You may visit the Challenge Program page for more information. https://mountdoug.sd61.bc.ca/programs-courses/challenge-program/ Students who apply and are accepted into the Challenge Program do not need to fill out a Student Transfer Form.
For information about the Challenge Program at Mount Douglas and late application please contact Ted Meldrum – firstname.lastname@example.org