The Transition program is aimed at young people at the end of elementary school or the beginning of secondary school who are entering secondary 1 for the first time. These young people find it difficult to adapt to secondary school or face personal issues. and social (ADHD, mood disorders, difficulties in establishing a relationship, etc.).

The Transition program prevents dropout by preparing at-risk youth for their transition from primary to secondary school.


  • Develop the autonomy of young people
  • Develop their sense of belonging to a group
  • Increase their knowledge of issues that affect them (stress management, work planning, drug addiction, etc.)
  • Maintain or develop academic motivation

The Transition program is …

A family atmosphere, a warm welcome and the smell of freshly-baked muffins after school!
Playtime to let loose with great facilitators
A self-help group to assist with homework (ratio of one facilitator for 4 students)
Tips and tricks to learn how to be a student
Information dealing with various issues (bullying, depression, addictions, respect for differences, etc.)
New friends
Arts and crafts workshops to experience success and discover your talents (science, jewellery, tinted glass, etc.)
An attentive ear from a professional counselor, as needed
A helping hand for parents to assist their children
Family celebrations and special events (Halloween, pedagogical days, end-of-year Olympiads, etc.).

And especially…

Encouragement throughout the year!


If you wish to register your child or refer a young person to the Transition program, contact Julie Dallaire at 514-769-1654.

Good to know!

It is from September to May, Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3.15 p.m. to 5 p.m.
And it costs only $ 30 / year!

Make a difference for young people!