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Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

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Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board
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40 Matheson Boulevard West, Mississauga, ON L5R 1C5

Coordinates43°37′10″N 79°40′18″W / 43.6195°N 79.6716°W / 43.6195; -79.6716 (HQ building)
District information
January 1, 1998 (present form)
Schools148 total (122 elementary and 26 secondary)
Budget$CAD 777 million
Students and staff
Studentsapprox 83,600[1]
Other information
Chair of the BoardSharon Hobin
Director of EducationMarianne Mazzorato
Elected Trustees11
Student TrusteesAlejandro Garcia Polo (North - St. Thomas Aquinas S.S.) Heather Fernandes (South - St. Francis Xavier S.S.)
ScheduleQuadmester (amended to meet provincial COVID-19 regulations)

The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board (DPCDSB, known as English-language Separate District School Board No. 43 prior to 1999[2]) is the separate school board that oversees 148 Catholic school facilities (122 elementary schools, 26 secondary or high schools and 2 continuing education schools or adult learning centers) throughout Peel Region (Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon) and Dufferin County (including Orangeville). It employs roughly 5,000 teachers; about 3,000 at the elementary level, and the remaining 2,000 at the secondary school and continuing education level, for 90,000 students.

Its headquarters is on Matheson Boulevard West in Mississauga.[3] The board was previously known as the Dufferin-Peel Separate School Board (DPSSB) before 1998.


The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board is the successor to The Dufferin-Peel Separate School Board (French: Conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de Dufferin & Peel), which was established in 1969 by the merger of eight small separate boards.

As of 1986 the Dufferin-Peel Separate School Board was Ontario's second largest Catholic school board.[4] On January 1, 1998, the DPSSB was renamed to DPCDSB and its French schools within the board became part of the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud.

By 1999 the district had a co-operative transportation service with the Peel District School Board. During that year its school operation costs were $4.65 ($6.68 when adjusted for inflation) per square foot. The funding guidelines by a ministry[clarification needed] were $5.20 ($7.47 when adjusted for inflation).[5]

Around the time of the DPSSB's existence, the board operated six francophone schools.


As of 1999, there is one dual DPCDSB-Peel District School Board Catholic-secular public school.[5]

Continuing Education

  • Blessed Trinity Catholic Centre For Learning
  • Brian J. Fleming Center
  • St. Gabriel Adult Education Center
  • St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Learning Centre

Secondary schools

Elementary schools

Defunct Schools

  • Blessed Trinity Elementary (repurposed for continuing education)
  • Our Lady of the Airways Elementary (sold to the City of Mississauga)
  • Mother Mary Ward Elementary (sold on open market to independent school)
  • St. Dunstan Elementary
  • St. Gabriel Elementary (repurposed for continuing education)
  • St. Gertrude Elementary
  • St. James Elementary (repurposed as a regional elementary school)
  • St. Mary's Elementary (Port Credit) (leased to a child care operator)
  • St. Michael Elementary (sold to the City of Mississauga)

See also


  1. ^ Dufferin-Peel CDSB - About Us
  2. ^ "Ontario Regulation 107/08". e-Laws. Government of Ontario. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  3. ^ "Contact". Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. Retrieved 17 December 2016.
  4. ^ "U.S. college honors education director for Dufferin-Peel." Toronto Star. April 15, 1986. Neighbors Section p. W.15. Retrieved on May 20, 2013. "Brian Fleming, director of education of the Dufferin-Peel Separate School Board, will be honored by his alma mater, Niagara University in Lewiston, N.Y., as administrator of the year." and "As director of the second largest Catholic school board in Canada, Fleming was[...]"
  5. ^ a b Calleja, Frank. "Peel Catholic board told to reduce costs; Administrative spending violates guidelines." Toronto Star. September 30, 1999. News 1. Retrieved on June 8, 2012.

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