School

Everyone in Ontario has to go to school, at least until the age of 18. Higher education, like college and university, can create new opportunities for graduates, and more education often means better paying jobs.

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Universities, Colleges and More
In Ontario, students interested in going to university use a centralized application service to apply for admission.
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Schools in Ontario, like Queen’s University, offer first-generation students grants to help them pay for university or college.
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Schools in Ontario must identify when students have unique learning needs, and help them get the support they need to meet their goals.
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To obtain the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, students must earn 30 credits, pass the OSSLT, and do 40 hours of community service.
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To graduate, all Ontario high school students must take many kinds of courses . When you pass a course, you earn credits.
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To graduate, all Ontario high school students must show that they've achieved a certain level of English proficiency by passing the OSSLT.
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If you’re feeling unmotivated or having a hard time learning in school, there are different kinds of support available to help you succeed.
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Universities, Colleges and More
In Ontario, students interested in going to college use a centralized application service to apply for admission.
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Canada's two official languages are French and English, and residents should try to learn both if possible.
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Universities, Colleges and More
Universities focus on academic and professional programs, whereas colleges specialize in career training and trades programs.
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Pay for Post-secondary School
School can be very expensive. Aside from loans, there are ways to fund your education without having to pay the money back!
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Pay for Post-secondary School
In addition to OSAP, university and college students in Ontario are eligible for additional financial aid if they have a disability.