Grades 5-12 Application Process

It is important to review the grades 5-12 Application process below before you apply.  Applications will be submitted online for the 2021-2022 school year.

All Grade 5-12 Applicants are Required to Submit a Psychological Assessment with Their Application.

  • We do not offer assessments through Westmount Charter School.
  • All applicants for Grades 5-12 will be required to submit a psychological assessment with their application.
  • We will no longer accept CCAT testing as a valid assessment to include with your application.
  • Your application will not be submitted to our database if you do not upload a Psychological Assessment when prompted.

Applications and supporting documents will be submitted online.

  • Applications for the 2021/2022 school year are now closed.

5-12 Guide to Application Information – Click here to Read.

Applications not accompanied by a Psycho-Educational Assessment will not be accepted.

Application for Admission, which includes:

  • Application Package (This is completed online by clicking the APPLY NOW button on the Admissions Home page. All supporting documentation is uploaded during the application process) Applications for the 2021/2022 school year are now closed.
    • Application Form
    • Demographic Overview
    • Application Checklist
    • Supporting Documentation in digital format Have digital copies of the documents below available when you begin your online application.  Make sure you include BOTH sides of your documentation where there is information on the back – this is especially important for Government documents. The application cannot be submitted if any of your supporting documents are missing and you will have to exit the application.
      • Psychological Assessment *Required
      • Birth Certificate *Required
      • Immigration Documentation (If applicable; ideally in the form of a Permanent Residency Card, but may also
        include a Work Visa, Student Visa, Permanent Landed Immigrant papers or a Canadian Citizenship card).
        Passports are not considered valid ID.
      • Copy of student’s current grades *Required
      • Social/behavioural assessment summary document (If any)
      • An IPP associated with intensive behavioural intervention funding, primary unit funding (PUF), or severe disabilities funding (if any).
      • Parent Inventory for Finding Potential (PIP) (Download here, complete form, scan or take photos of the pages and upload to the Online Application Form when prompted) *Required
      • Teacher Inventory of Learning Strengths (TILS) form. (Form to be sent to the school by the person completing it. Download the form here or provide the document link to the individual completing the form. This form can be completed by your child’s teacher, coach, or community member who understands your son or daughter. If these individuals are unavailable, please write N/A on the TILS and return it with your application.)

Please do not call the office to find out the status of your application. We will contact applicants by email if they are being considered for an available spot.

An initial email will be sent to the primary email address you have provided on the application showing “Receipt” of the application package in the subject line. By the end of March, you will receive an “Update” email indicating the status of your student’s application and where we are in our admissions process. If we are able to offer a space for your student we will send a separate email with “Offer” in the subject line. An offer may be extended from the end of March through to the middle of September.

If you do not receive any notification email by April 23, 2021, please email