Spotlight

Ontario's Graduation Rate

The graph describes Ontario's increasing four-year and five-year graduation rates. In 2015, the five-year graduation rate surpassed 85 per cent, which is more than 17 percentage points higher than the 2004 rate of 68 per cent. The percentage of students graduating in four years exceeded 78 per cent, an increase of 22 percentage points since 2004.

In 2015, 85.5 per cent of students graduated with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) within five years of starting high school.

Ontario’s Well-Being Strategy for Education:

Promoting Well-Being in Ontario’s Education System

Ontario's Math Strategy:

Dedicating $60 million for renewed math strategy

Consultations:

Ongoing or recent consultations by the Ministry of Education

2015 Health and Physical Education Curriculum

Elementary
Secondary


 
Renewed Vision for Education in Ontario
 

Achieving Excellence: A Renewed Vision for Education in Ontario.
Learn more about Ontario's renewed education goals.

 
Find information about schools
 

Find information about schools
Search for any publicly funded school in Ontario and learn more.

Ontario Curriculum

Curriculum and other policy documents spanning kindergarten to Grade 12. The achievement charts provide guidelines for assessing students' work.

Resources for Financial Literacy for Grades 4-12 are available for educators and for parents.

Major Programs and Initiatives

 
Healthy Schools
 

Healthy Schools

Good food, daily physical activity and a healthy environment that supports learning and growth are vital to helping students reach their full potential.

 
Safe and Accepting Schools
 

Safe and Accepting Schools

Safe and Accepting Schools are a prerequisite for student success and academic achievement.

 
markers
 

Special Education

Special education programs and services to help all students benefit from their school experience.