To help better serve and satisfy our clientele, École Socrates-Démosthène offers an on-site after-school educational service, known as the Service éducatif parascolaire (SÉP).

This quality service results in a harmonious, stimulating, and safe environment that promotes the overall development of children. The philosophy of the EES is based on 5 principles from the educational program of the Ministry of Family and Seniors (MFA):

  1. Every child is unique.
  2. The child is the primary agent of their own development.
  3. The development of the child is a holistic and integrated process.
  4. The child learns through play.
  5. Collaboration between educational staff, school personnel, and parents is essential for the harmonious development of the child.

Educators and technicians are trusted professionals.

The SÉP is subject to the conduct rules and safety measures of École Socrates-Démosthène. This document contains the provisions that specifically apply to the SÉP.


Mission and philosophy of the SÉP:

École Socrates-Démosthène aims to offer a high-quality SÉP, resulting in a harmonious, stimulating, and safe environment that promotes the overall development of children. Its mission is to provide homework assistance, promote the learning of the French language, and offer various educational activities allowing the child to develop cognitively and linguistically, emotionally, socially, morally, physically, and psychomotorically.


Registration and re-registration:

An enrollment and medical form must be completed for all children attending the SÉP, at the beginning of each new school year through the Pluriportail. The enrollment form must be received before the child attends the SÉP. Any new user is welcome provided that the capacity is respected. Re-registration is done annually around the month of May through the Pluriportail. The information entered on the form is confidential.


Schedule and closure:

The SÉP is open every day of the school calendar (class days), including pedagogical days. It is closed on public holidays, during Christmas vacations, and the spring break week. The service starts on the first day of class and ends on the last day of class.

Definition, Reservation, and Status Change:

Regular Status: When the child attends the SEP 5 days a week. The fees are determined based on the reservation. Occasional Status: When the child attends the SEP 4 days a week or less, the fees are charged per day based on the reservation.




*** The payment of $2,300/year is made through registration at the School according to their payment terms.



One educator for 20 children (5 years and older), one educator for 10 children (under 5 years).



A period is allocated for elementary school children to start their homework. However, it is the responsibility of the parents to check and complete the assignments with the children.

For more information regarding the daycare service, you can contact the coordinator at the following address: Nadia Noun, Phone: 514-738-2421 extension 152.