English Language Eligibility

What is a Certificate of Eligibility?

A Certificate of Eligibility for English Language Education (Déclaration d’admissibilité à l’enseignement en anglais) is a Quebec-government issued document allowing a child to attend a subsidized English Elementary or Secondary school. It is not required for post-secondary education.

Eligibility Certificates no longer required as of 2021-2022

As of September 2021, Selwyn House School will no longer be accepting Quebec-government subsidies. Therefore, all candidates who apply for the 2021-2022 school year will no longer be required to have a Quebec English Language Eligibility Certificate to attend the school.

As of August 15, applications for the 2021-22 school year will be posted online, and all students, despite their previous language of study or immigration status, will be able to submit an application.

Although eligibility certificates will no longer be required for the 2021-22 school year, the school will still assist families in getting their sons’ eligibility certificates, if they qualify. This document is important for all students who wish to have their eligibility rights passed down to future generations.

For more information, please contact the Admissions Office at (514) 931-2775 or admissions@selwyn.ca.

PLEASE CONTACT THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Telephone: (514) 931-2775
Email: admissions@selwyn.ca

SELWYN HOUSE SCHOOL

95, chemin de la Côte-Saint-Antoine
Westmount (Québec)
H3Y 2H8