Health Centre

Health centre

For the Lycée Claudel, student health is a priority.

  • The health center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 1:30 pm and from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
  • It is located on the second floor and consists of two rooms: a treatment room and a rest room.
  • It is open to all students, from Maternelle to Terminale.
  • On Wednesday mornings, from 8:00 am to 10:00 am, the health area is closed: the person in charge is in session with students or preparing for them.


The health area has several objectives that are essential to life in high school:

  • Provide first aid and proper emergency measures
  • Listen, advise, reassure and inform students, in complete confidentiality
  • Ensure personal monitoring of students’ health, in collaboration with parents and school staff
  • Organize vaccination campaigns planned by Ottawa Public Health
  • Recognize, intervene and report cases of children at risk
  • Participate in the integration of students with disabilities
  • Acting in the event of a communicable disease
  • Encourage health education

Important note

AllergiesImplementation of the recommendations of the Sabrina law at the beginning of each school year.

Sabrina’s Law, 2005, S.O. 2005, c. 7 (

For students with severe allergies, it is important to complete this form and return it to us by email:

These documents will complete the information you provided on your child’s health form.

Asthma: Implementation of the recommendations of the Ryan law at the beginning of each school year.

Ryan’s Law (Ensuring Asthma Friendly Schools), 2015, S.O. 2015, c. 3 (

In the case of students diagnosed with asthma, it is important to complete this form and return it to us by email

These documents more accurately supplement the information you had given on your child’s health form.


A written authorization signed by the parents and a medical prescription are mandatory to authorize any medical treatment (medication) to be taken at school.

It is not permitted to bring non-prescription medication into the school, as this can be dangerous for the student and his/her classmates.

Most common medications (Tylenol, Advil, Gravol, Benadryl, Polysporin, After bite cream etc) are available in the health area (stored in a safe place).


The health center asks parents of students with symptoms of illness (flu, covid and other communicable diseases) to act responsibly and not to send their child to school. This measure serves to limit the risk of contamination.