Secondary Education


Approximately 700,000 students attend more than 850 publicly funded secondary schools in Ontario. Every student is unique, and our high schools are changing to meet students' individual needs.

Innovative programs that help students customize their learning are helping more students graduate. The government's goal is to have 85 per cent of students graduating by 2010-11.

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Graduates

Student Success Strategy

The government's strategy to help all students graduate.

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Ways to Succeed

Changes in high school are helping more students graduate

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Secondary Curriculum

Curriculum documents, exemplars and other policy documents for all subjects for Grade 9 to 12.

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School Information Finder

Search for any publicly funded secondary school in Ontario and learn more.

Special Education

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

Teacher Resources

Learn more about resources available to teachers.

Evaluation of Student Success/Learning to 18 Strategy

The 2008 report by the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) on the ministry's Student Success Strategy.

EQAO

The Education Quality and Accountability Office is an arm's-length agency providing accurate and reliable information about student achievement.

School Year Calendar

Key dates in the school year.

French as a Second Language

Learn more about the requirements and options for English students studying French as a Second Language.

Ontario Schools Kindergarten to Grade 12: Policy and Program Requirements, 2011

Learn more about the requirements of the Ministry of Education that govern the policies and programs of all publicly funded elementary and secondary English-language schools in Ontario.