Grade 8 Students

Course Selections Due – Monday, February 5th, 2024

PowerSchool closes February 5th. Email your Guidance Counsellor if you missed the deadline.

NON-TLDSB students: How to enrol at Weldon for Grade 9?

1. Select courses, using this google form.

2. Submit the TLDSB e-Registration form (select 2024-25) *EReg is currently closed. It should be open shortly. Please ensure that you have filled in the course selection google form above – you will be contacted as soon as EReg opens. Thanks for understanding.

Students living in the TLDSB catchment area that are not currently attending a TLDSB school must attend their TLDSB homeschool by address. To determine your homeschool, search My Bus to School website. Exceptions are outlined in the Letter to Grade 8 families: 2024 secondary enrolment

Registration at IE Weldon is available for students continuing in French Immersion programming

Any questions can be answered by contacting a Weldon Student Services representative listed here.


Grade 8 Course Selection presentation

Grade 8 Course Selection Worksheet for the Class of 2028:Regular Program / French Immersion

Course Calendar 2024-25 & General Programs and Services

Online Course Selection using PowerSchool

Grade 8 Transition to High School Events

Wednesday, January 17th, 2024: 7:00pm-8:30pm- Grade 8 Family Open House

SLIDEDECK – Grade 8 Family Information Night January 17 2024-Class of 2028

Thursday, February 1st, 2024: 11:00am-2:30pm – Explore Your Options

TLDSB students:

Students that currently attend Central Senior, Dunsford, Jack Callaghan, Rolling Hills, or Scott Young attending Weldon in September 2024 will be attending Explore Your Options with their classroom teacher(s).

NON-TLDSB students:

Are you interested in learning more about Grade 9 elective courses offered at IE Weldon?  Please register for Explore Your Options HERE. An adult must accompany the student(s). *Students must be eligible to register at Weldon for September 2024. Exceptions are listed in Letter to Grade 8 families: 2024 secondary enrolment


Each school has a defined catchment area for determining eligibility for transportation. Transportation for out of area students will be the responsibility of the parent.

For students registering in a Specialized Pathway Program (i.e. French Immersion, Grade 10 PowerPack, Grade 11/12 International Baccalaureate, Grade 11/12 SHSM – Agriculture, Manufacturing or Robotics Engineering), transportation will be provided. 

Yearly bus forms are available by contacting [email protected]. The form will be filled in by the guidance department. A parent/guardian signature is required and the form must be approved by the I. E. Weldon Principal.

A home school is defined as the school in the catchment area where the student resides. If the student is registered in a specific program, the home school would be the school offering that Pathway program. If the student withdraws from that particular program, their home school immediately becomes the school where the student resides and transportation is discontinued at the end of the semester to the pathway school.

For further information, please refer to the TLDSB Transportation Procedure