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.

School Resources

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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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High School
To obtain the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, students must earn 30 credits, do 40 hours of community service, and pass the OSSLT.
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High School
The OSSLT can be very challenging for students who are new to the country. If you fail, retake the test and use study materials.
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Universities, Colleges and More
To apply for university/college in Ontario, you'll need to verify and translate your high school records and prove your English proficiency.
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Universities, Colleges and More
Private career colleges are independent businesses that have been approved by the government to offer certificates or diplomas.
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More Resources
If you need to learn to speak, read, write, understand, or just improve your English, you can do so by taking ESL classes.