Exclusions

  1. When can a school exclude me?

    The principal can exclude you from a school if he or she believes that you have a serious contagious disease, or that your presence at the school would be detrimental to the physical or mental well-being of other students. This is a “refuse to admit”. You can appeal this decision to the school board.

    If you are excluded by a principal from a school, you can still attend another school within the board.