|Conseil scolaire catholique Mon Avenir|
|Schools||47 elementary schools|
13 secondary schools
58 total[note 1]
|Budget||CA$150.1 million (2010-2011)|
|Students and staff|
|Chair of the Board||Mélinda Chartrand|
|Director of Education||André Blais|
Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir (English: My Future Catholic School Board) is a Roman Catholic French first language public-separate school board that manages elementary and secondary schools in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. The school board operates 46 elementary schools, 11 secondary schools, and two combined institutions[note 2] within that area. Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir is headquartered in the Centre d'éducation catholique Omer-Deslauriers (Omer Deslauriers Centre of Catholic Education) in North York, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The school board was formed in 1998 after several local school boards were amalgamated into the French-language Separate District School Board No. 64. From 1999 to 2017, the school board was known as the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud. The school board adopted its current name in 2017.
The school board does not operate public-secular French first language in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Public-secular French language schools in the Greater Golden Horseshoe are operated by Conseil scolaire Viamonde.
The CSDCCS provides French-language school services to the following areas in Ontario:
The school board was formed as the French-language Separate District School Board No. 64 in 1998, as a part of the province-wide restructuring of Ontario's school boards resulting from the Fewer School Boards Act, 1997, The new school board assumed control over public French-language separate school previously managed by other school boards in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. French separate school boards and departments that were amalgamated into the new school board includes the Conseil des écoles catholiques du Grand Toronto, the French language unit the Metropolitan Separate School Board (reorganized into the Toronto Catholic District School Board after the enactment of the Fewer School Boards Act).
In 1999, the school board was renamed Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud. In May 2017, it was renamed to the Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir.
The Board's schools cover the Greater Golden Horseshoe area of Ontario. The school board operates 46 elementary schools, 11 secondary schools, and two schools that provides both elementary, and secondary levels of education.
|City/Region/County||Pre-1998 school boards||Elementary schools||Secondary schools|
|City of Hamilton||Le conseil des écoles séparées catholiques romaines de Hamilton-Wentworth||
|City of Peterborough||Peterborough, Victoria, Northumberland & Clarington Roman Catholic Separate School Board||
|City of Toronto||Conseil des écoles catholiques du Grand Toronto||
|County of Brant||Le conseil des écoles séparées catholiques du comté de Brant||
|County of Norfolk||Le conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de Haldimand-Norfolk||
|County of Simcoe||Simcoe County Roman Catholic Separate School Board||
|Regional Municipality of Durham||Conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de la région de Durham||
|Regional Municipality of Halton||Conseil des écoles catholiques de Halton||
|Regional Municipality of Niagara||Le conseil des écoles catholiques du comté de Lincoln
Le conseil scolaire des écoles catholiques romaines du comté de Welland
|Regional Municipality of Peel||Conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de Dufferin & Peel|
|Regional Municipality of Waterloo||Le conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de la région de Waterloo|
|Regional Municipality of York||Conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de la région de York|
|Wellington County||Conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de Wellington||