College Information 2023-2024

Registration – Grades 9 – 12

How to Register at Galt Collegiate Institute The following documentation is required to register at Galt Collegiate Institute: Proof of Age e.g. birth certificate, baptismal certificate, passport Proof of Address e.g. a copy of residence property tax bill or a utility bill containing parent/guardian name and address of residence or a copy of offer to purchase a […]

Scholarship Information

Scholarship and Bursary General Information  How to increase your chances of winning a scholarship and/or bursary:   1.     Complete the GCI Scholarship & Busaries Application that is available in the Guidance Office.    2.     Check out the following resources/websites:             (set up your own profile)                    (set up your own profile)                       (College […]

Mental Health Resource List

This page contains links that may be helpful to students/parents/guardians who are interested in learning more about mental health and wellness, as well as how to access support and services. The resources primarily provide information on specific topics in mental health and well-being with some providing further links to community resources. Resources in Waterloo Region […]

Mental Health & Well-Being

What does mental health and well-being have to do with school? Good mental health is vital to our well-being. It provides us with a positive world view, helps us to deal with life’s challenges, and supports healthy relationships with our friends, families and communities. Mental health helps us to reach our potential. Who can I […]

Summer School Co-op

  • The Application Form is a fillable PDF document. Students are encouraged to download, complete, and print the form before meeting with their Guidance Counsellor for the assignment of a related subject code and provision of supporting documents.
  • Summer School Co-op Teachers are responsible for arranging placements for the Summer School Co-op Program. Students, Parents, Counsellors, Teachers, Site-Based Coordinators etc. must not contact Employers.
  • An Information Session for parents and students will be held in the Cambridge Room at the Education Centre on Tuesday March 31st at 7:00 p.m.
  • Application packages must be received at the Education Centre by Friday April 10th–3:00 p.m.  Your guidance counsellor will mail it for you.


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English as a Second Language

GCI is home to the English as a Second Language (ESL) program and English Language Development (ELD) program for Cambridge.  The programs for English Language Learners bring richness and diversity to GCI.   Flags in the main hallway and the library represent countries from which former and current GCI students have come. The Welcome Centre The […]

Leaving School Early Resources

Have you left school without graduating? Transcripts – (a copy of all high school marks) available at GCI for $15.oo.  Call Mrs. Daub  519-623-3600  ext . 5520 High School Credits and Upgrading Re-engagment Program – For students who are 18+ and need 8 or less credits to graduate.  Please contact your guidance counsellor for a referral. […]

Enrichment Opportunities

Enrichment Links E=MC2 (Queen’s University Conference) Students are given the opportunity to explore a subject of their choosing at the advanced level for one week in May. Open to grades 9-12 Encounters Canada One week learning opportunities in Arts and Culture, Business, Ecology, International Affairs, Journalism, Law, Fitness etc. Guelph Interaction Conference One day introduction […]

E-Learning Courses

E-Learning  The following is general information about online learning.  For additional course and/or registration information, please contact your guidance counsellor. What is e-Learning? E-Learning is a program delivery model that provides students with an opportunity to earn secondary school credits online.  Students must be enrolled in a WRDSB secondary school during the time they are […]

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