Niagara Catholic secondary schools are open to all high-school age students.

How is a Catholic High School Different?

Catholic schools nurture the development of the whole person – mind, body and spirit. The expectations of Catholic graduates are measured not only in knowledge, but also in attitude, values and actions. Students who choose to attend a Niagara Catholic secondary school have a world of opportunities before them. From excellent academic programs and faith development to outstanding athletics, arts and technology co-curriculars, all students will have an opportunity to explore and expand their unique gifts and talents.

Our Secondary Schools

Niagara Catholic has eight  Catholic secondary schools – one in Grimsby, one in Port Colborne, one in Welland, two in Niagara Falls and three in St. Catharines, all of which offer outstanding programs, services and co-curriculars for students.

Blessed Trinity Catholic Secondary School

Denis Morris Catholic High School

Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School

Lakeshore Catholic High School

145 Livingston Avenue,
Grimsby, ON
L3M 5J6

(905) 945-6706
40 Glen Morris Drive,
St. Catharines, ON
L2T 2M9

(905) 684-8731
460 Linwell Rd.,
St. Catharines, ON
L2M 2P9

(905) 937-6446
150 Janet St.,
Port Colborne, ON
L3K 2E7

(905) 835-2451

Notre Dame College School

Saint Francis Catholic Secondary School

Saint Michael Catholic High School

Saint Paul Catholic High School

64 Smith Street,
Welland, ON
L3C 4H4

(905) 788-3060
541 Lake St.,
St. Catharines, ON
L2N 4H7

(905) 646-2002
8699 McLeod Road,
Niagara Fall, ON
L2E 6S5

(905) 356-5155
3834 Windermere Rd.,
Niagara Falls, ON
L2J 2Y5

(905) 356-4313


Discover which Niagara Catholic secondary school is your home school by using our GeoQuery tool. Simply enter your home address and grade to determine your home school.

Students in Niagara Catholic secondary schools are expected to attend school dressed in accordance with the Board’s Secondary School Uniform Policy. Please visit your school’s website for more information.

Social justice is an important part of life in all of our Niagara Catholic secondary schools. The Annual Pilgrimage, which raises funds for a variety of projects in the developing world, takes place each October.

Many Catholic secondary schools offer students the opportunity to visit the developing world for a short-term stay on a Mission trip, where they experience first-hand the way in which people living there are assisted by the work of students at home.

Students and staff also support their local communities through food, toy and clothing drives and other events throughout the year.

Students in Niagara Catholic secondary schools have many opportunities to explore their unique gifts and talents and enrich their academic experience through co-curricular activities. Whether you are interested in advanced academics, athletics, the arts, technology or social justice, there are many different ways for you to enhance your current interests and discover new ones. Each of our Catholic secondary school websites provides information about the co-curricular programs offered to students each year.

Niagara Catholic offers many innovative programs for students in our secondary schools, including our Specialist High Skills Major Programs. Students who participate in the SHSM programs find themselves at the front of the line for future apprenticeships and job placement, as they leave school with qualifications above and beyond their Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma. Niagara Catholic offers unique programs in our area, including a Specialist High Skills Major in horticulture, in partnership with the Niagara Parks Commission’s School of Horticulture, and Hospitality and Tourism – the only one of its type in Canada – where students attend class in an operating hotel.

Niagara Catholic offers an exciting and innovative program for our secondary school students who which to have a longer, more meaningful experience. Those who participate in the Niagara Catholic International Co-operative Experience Program, will receive seven credits while living and studying in a developing nation.

We are pleased to open the doors of our elementary and secondary schools to students from around the world. Find out more about the programs available to our International Students.

Niagara Catholic secondary schools work on the semester system. Semester One runs from September through January, and Semester Two begins in late January/early February and runs through June.

Each school hosts an open house in January or February to showcase programs and services to future students. Those who are unable to attend are encouraged to make a private appointment to visit the school.

In order to complete your registration, students are required to provide a report card from your previous school, your transcript and proof of address. Details about school uniforms, locker assignment, course selection are provided to students upon registration.

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