Hi 👋, if you have any questions, comments or concerns about our centre, please check out our FAQ which includes information that answers the most popular questions asked by parents, students, and the community.

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You must bring your Permanent Resident Card, your passport and a valid (not expired) Quebec Medicare Card.

Born in Canada, you must bring a long format (Parent’s names included) Birth Certificate.

Morning classes start at 8:40am and finish at 12:40pm.

When you come to register you will be tested by a teacher and placed in the appropriated level.

The morning classes are from Monday to Friday

We have classes in the evening from 5:30pm to 9:00pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

From the Plamondon metro take bus 161 west. Get off at Kildare and Parkhaven in Cote St. Luc

Testing for placement is done upon registration.

Yes, every student that registers at Wagar for English or French must buy the book corresponding to that particular level.

Yes, every student that registers at Wagar for English or French must buy the book corresponding to that particular level.

Usually there is no problem, but you will have to speak to administration to get permission.

Yes you can, but your English level of speaking and writing must be at least at a pre-secondary level.

You will receive a mark from the Quebec Ministry of Education certifying your studies.

You will need to practice speaking English with other people outside of school, this will help your listening and speaking skills. This will depend on the time effort and practice you are able to give to your studies.

Wagar does not have academic courses, you have to call one of the other adult education centres.

Please try to advise your teacher of all absences.

Your child can register but she must be 16 years old before July 1st of the current year. And the parent must also sign for him/her.

Yes you can but are you sure you want to do that?!

Yes you can but are you sure you want to do that?!

Wagar has free parking, a bus direct to and from Villa Maria for evening students, field trips, guest speakers, holiday celebrations and more.

Social Integration Services​ (SIS)​
This instructional service is designed for adults experiencing adjustment difficulties of a psychological, intellectual, social or physical nature.​
Socio Vocational Integration (SVI))

This instructional service is a response to the need to diversify the training offered to adults who wish to enter the labour market, remain employed or pursue an education.​

The C.A.R.E. Centre
We are a non-profit organization in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. We offer a recreational and educational day program for adults over the age of 21 with physical disabilities.