Return-to-school Support

The Return-to-school Support program concerns young people aged 13 to 16 in secondary 1 to 3 who have dropped out or who are at risk of dropping out. These young people face certain issues: intimidation, demotivation, drug addiction, neglect, low self-esteem, etc.

The Return-to-school Support program offers 360 ° supervision to help each young person drop out of school and into society.


  • Avoid early school leaving and promote the return to school
  • Develop motivation
  • Increase autonomy and self-esteem
  • Consolidate academic achievements

The Return-to-school Support program is…

Family atmosphere and homemade soup at lunchtime!
Meaningful learning relationships with a teacher-student ratio of 1:1 (Math, French and English)
Psychosocial follow-up each week to get to know oneself and review progress
Arts and crafts workshops to experience success and discover your talents (cooking, science, pyrography, photo, stained glass, woodworking, etc.)
Enriching discussions about healthy romantic and sexual relationships
Discoveries during cultural and social outings (theatres, museums, sugar shack, etc.)
A new circle of friends and a community of adults who value learning
Encouragement throughout the year and an open door for life!


If you wish to refer a young person to the Return-to-school Support program, contact Gabrielle Joseph Blais at 514-769-1654, p. 259.

Good to know!

Return-to-school Support youth must be enrolled in a regular high school and be referred by the administration or by social workers (psychoeducators, psychologists, social workers, etc.).

Return-to-school Support takes place from September to June and Monday to Friday. The daily schedule is 10:15 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 10:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday. And that’s only $ 160 / year!

Make a difference for young people!