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Registration for the 2017/2018 School Year

In District Registration - New to McNally High School?

First, please make sure you have chosen your school through SchoolZone.  

Registration for students currently attending EPSB schools will begin very shortly in March 2017. Registration is done through SchoolZone and must be done through the parent SchoolZone account.  Parents who do not currently know their SchoolZone login credentials need to contact their current school to obtain them. The following links will assist you if you are unsure of the Pre-Enrolment Process:

Pre-Enrolment Information Sheet (more pre-enrollment materials are found further down this page).

SchoolZone Pre-Enrolment Process Video 

Click here for the McNally Program Guide 2017 - 2018. Students may have previously received a print copy of this at their junior high school. 

 

Out of District Registration - New to McNally High School? 

New Students are asked to register in person in the McNally School Office.

Please bring the following items:

  • Birth Certificate/Citizenship Documents
  • Verification of Address:

Examples of accepted documentation include:

  • driver's license
  • utility bill
  • lease agreement
  • property tax bill
  • Most current Progress Report

Pre-Registration Materials

McNally Program Guide for 2017-2018

McNally is the right size of high school...large enough to offer a good diversity of programming, and small enough to really get to know and provide support for each one of our students. Our school motto - “Nihil Sed Optimun” - “Nothing but the Best” is what’s expected of all of us. Our motto comes to life through the spirit and pride of each and every one of us at McNally. Please click here for our 2017-18 program guide: Click here for the McNally Program Guide 2017 - 2018.

McNally Course Offerings for 2017-2018

In an effort to assist parents and students registering next year at McNally, please find the attached Course Offerings Booklet.  This booklet provides a detailed description of each of the courses offered and also provides information with regards to grad requirements, recommended transfer marks and course planning documents. Click here for the McNally 2017 - 2018 course offerings.

Please feel free to contact one of our coordinators at McNally if you should require any further information or assistance. 

High School Guide for 2017-2018

There are many steps between finishing Grade 9 and starting the first day of high school. Before you make the move, check out the district’s 2017-2018 High School Guide for information about core courses, diploma requirements, awards and scholarships, post-secondary options and more. Learn more about high school registration.