List of high schools in Ontario

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The following is a list of secondary schools in Ontario. Secondary education policy in the Canadian province of Ontario is governed by the Ministry of Education. Secondary education in Ontario includes Grades 9 to 12. The following list includes public secular institutions, public separate schools, and privately managed independent schools in Ontario.[1] All public schools in Ontario (secular and separate) operate as a part of either an English first language school board or a French first language school board.

Although Ontario's secular and separate school systems are both considered public, colloquially the term public school typically distinguishes a secular institution from its separate counterparts: institutions operated by a public secular school board are typically referred to as public schools, whereas institutions operated by a public separate school board are typically referred to as Catholic schools.[note 1]

Public secular secondary schools may operate under a number of designations, including collegiate institute, école secondaire, high school, and secondary school. Public separate secondary schools are typically named academy, Catholic high school, Catholic secondary school, college school or école secondaire catholique.

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Algoma District[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

  • École secondaire catholique Jeunesse-Nord, Blind River
  • École secondaire Notre-Dame-du-Sault, Sault Ste. Marie
  • École secondaire Saint-Joseph, Wawa

Brant County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Bruce County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

  • Sacred Heart High School, Walkerton

Municipality of Chatham-Kent[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

  • École secondaire catholique de Pain Court, Pain Court

Cochrane District[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

  • Centre d'éducation permanente, Kapuskasing
  • École catholique Georges-Vanier, Smooth Rock Falls
  • École catholique Nouveau-Regard, Cochrane
  • École secondaire catholique l'Alliance, Iroquois Falls
  • École secondaire catholique Cité des Jeunes, Kapuskasing
  • École secondaire catholique de Hearst, Hearst
  • École secondaire catholique Thériault, Timmins
  • La Clef, Timmins

Private[edit]

Dufferin County[edit]

English public[edit]

Regional Municipality of Durham[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

French public[edit]

Private[edit]

Trafalgar Castle School, Whitby

Elgin County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Essex County[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

  • École secondaire Michel-Gratton, Windsor

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Frontenac County[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Grey County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Haldimand County[edit]

English public[edit]

Haliburton County[edit]

English public[edit]

Regional Municipality of Halton[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

City of Hamilton[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

English private[edit]

Hastings County[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic/Christian[edit]

First Nations Private[edit]

  • Ohahase Education Centre, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

Huron County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

City of Kawartha Lakes[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Kenora District[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Lambton County[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Lanark County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Leeds and Grenville United Counties[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Lennox and Addington County[edit]

English public[edit]

Manitoulin District[edit]

English public[edit]

Middlesex County[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

District Municipality of Muskoka[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Norfolk County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Northumberland County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Regional Municipality of Niagara[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

English private[edit]

Nipissing District[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

City of Ottawa[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Oxford County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Parry Sound District[edit]

English public[edit]

Regional Municipality of Peel[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French public[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

English private[edit]

Perth County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Peterborough County/City[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Prescott and Russell United Counties[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Prince Edward County[edit]

English public[edit]

Rainy River District[edit]

English public[edit]

Renfrew County[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Simcoe County[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Sudbury District[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Thunder Bay District[edit]

English public[edit]

French public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

First Nations private[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Timiskaming District[edit]

English public[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

City of Toronto[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French public[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

English private[edit]

Regional Municipality of Waterloo[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

Private Schools[edit]

Wellington County[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

Regional Municipality of York[edit]

English public[edit]

English Catholic[edit]

French Catholic[edit]

French public[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Formally, depending on the school district, separate schools may be Catholic or Protestant. Only one Protestant separate school board operates in Ontario (which does not operate any secondary schools); all other separate school boards in Ontario are Catholic.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Institution is operated as an alternative school
  3. ^ a b c Institution operates as a "combined institution," providing some elementary levels of schooling in addition to secondary education.
  4. ^ Institution operates as a combined elementary and secondary institution.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Search for a secondary school". School Information Finder. Ontario Ministry of Education. 10 February 2011. Retrieved 19 April 2013.
  2. ^ "Entering Secondary School 2013" (PDF). Huron-Perth Catholic District School Board.
  3. ^ "Toronto & Mississauga Private School | Mentor College". www.mentorcollege.edu. Retrieved 2019-03-08.
  4. ^ "Entering Secondary School 2013" (PDF). Huron-Perth Catholic District School Board.
  5. ^ "Georgian Bay District Secondary School". Simcoe County District School Board. Archived from the original on July 4, 2017.