For Kindergarten in rural schools, visit your local school to register.
Pre-registration for the 2017/18 school year began on Monday, February 13, 2017
Kindergarten is not a required program in Yukon, but most families choose to start their children’s education there. On this page, you can learn about
Early French Immersion is offered at
You can request either school as your program preference when you pre-register your child, but we cannot guarantee enrolment in that school.
If you wish to select a Kindergarten French Immersion program, you can read details about the process for Kindergarten French Immersion pre-registration .
Two Catholic schools offer Kindergarten in Whitehorse:
We cannot guarantee that all families who request Catholic education will be accommodated every year. Children are required to attend whichever Catholic school is in their attendance area.
In Whitehorse, Kindergarten registration begins by completing an online pre-registration form. We use this form to assign children to schools.
The form asks for information about your child and allows you to specify the program preference for your child.
Before choosing a program, please read these notes carefully:
Children are assigned to schools in the order in which pre-registration forms are received.
When we have processed all the pre-registration forms, we will tell you which school your child has been assigned to. Should your child not be assigned to the school you selected, we will contact you to discuss further options.
Once your child has been assigned to a school, the school will ask you to show a birth certificate or other proof of age for your child, and you will fill out some additional forms.
If you live more than 3.2 kilometres from your child’s assigned school, you can register for a school bus. Children who attend schools outside their attendance areas at their family’s request are not entitled to school bus transportation.
Parents whose children live more than 3.2 km from the nearest school bus stop may be eligible for a transportation subsidy to offset driving costs.
There are two Kindergarten starting points in most rural Yukon schools:
Kindergarten may be a half- or full-day program, depending on the school. Some rural schools include Kindergarten in blended-grade classrooms.
Register your child for Kindergarten by visiting your local school and filling out the necessary forms. You will have to show a birth certificate or other proof of your child’s age.
Yukon families who qualify for French First Language education under Section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms may choose to enrol their children in École Émilie-Tremblay. To register, call the school at 867-667-8150.