Education and training
Learn about Ontario’s early years, education and training systems. Includes information on child care, elementary schools, secondary schools, colleges, universities, skills training and financial aid.
Kindergarten to grade 12
Find information about the kindergarten program, including what children will learn and do.
The subjects taught in our elementary and secondary schools and the achievements expected from students.
Key dates in the school year.
Learn about school programs that can help students discover the skilled trades and explore them as careers of choice.
Find out more about child care, including what programs are available, how to get funding and how to know if a program is licensed.
Search for a school near you and get information about that school and student achievement.
College or university
Attend one of Ontario’s 23 public universities, 24 colleges or more than 500 registered career colleges.
Information for international students who want to attend college or university in Ontario.
Learn how to transfer credits between schools in Ontario’s postsecondary system.
Information to help you get started in the skilled trades.
Programs for adults looking to upgrade their skills or go back to school.
Get skills training and financial support when you qualify for Better Jobs Ontario (formerly Second Career).
Delivering early years, child care and publicly funded education from kindergarten to Grade 12.
Helping you get the education you need to build a rewarding career.
Helping protect workers and settle workplace disputes, supporting skilled trades, apprenticeships and employment services, attracting highly-skilled newcomers and helping people get settled in Ontario.