Education  is  Key  To  a  Successful  Future

We are proud to be a reflection of the Canadian society, and view diversity Equity and encounter as an asset and an opportunity for all.

DIVERSITY:   The presence of a wide range of human qualities and attributes within a group, organization, or society. The dimensions of diversity include, but not limited to, ancestry,
culture, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, language, physical and intellectual ability, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.
EQUITY:  A condition or state of fair, inclusive, and respectful treatment of all people. Equity does not mean treating people the same without regard for individual differences.
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: Education that is based on the principles of acceptance and inclusion of all students. Students see themselves reflected in their curriculum, their physical surroundings, and the broader environment, in which diversity is honored and all individuals are respected.

Canada’s education system
Find out how the education system in Canada  is structured.

Statistics Canada has online education statistics about Canada.

Studying in Canada
What you need to know about studying in Canada through Citizenship & Immigration Canada. When choosing Canada as your destination for education, discover what institutions and programs are available to select from.  To continue your education in Canada, please visit the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada web-site to find out the requirements.

Learning Today... Leading Tomorrow

Education in Ontario

The provincial governments of Canada are responsible for administering the education system. Find out how Ontario’s publicly-funded education system operates.
Learn what you need to know about the Ministry of Education’s elementary and secondary school system and the post-secondary school system in Ontario.
Universities in Ontario operate independently, with the exception that they are given funding and degree-granting authority by the Ministry of Education.
Learn about the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and how to apply for financial assistance.

Universities in Greater Toronto Area 

Find out how to apply to universities in Ontario through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre.


Here is a list of universities located in Grater Toronto Area:

Ryerson University 
University of Waterloo
University of Toronto 
McMaster University 
Victoria University (in the University of Toronto) 
York University


Language and literacy

Many organizations and institutions offer language and literacy programs such as English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) classes:

Toronto Public Library 
Toronto District School Board 
Toronto Catholic District School Board 
Government of Canada LINC Program 
Government of Canada 
Canadian Heritage 
Other resources