Halton School District
The Halton District School Board in Ontario serves approximately 64,000 students in the municipalities of Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville in the Region of Halton. Among the largest English school boards in Ontario, the Halton public board offers high-quality education for elementary and secondary students as well as continuing education opportunities for adults and newcomers to the area.
Together, more than 6,000 Halton District School Board staff inspires students to learn, grow and succeed. These staff members include teachers, support and non-teaching staff, administrators and senior staff. Many professional development workshops and opportunities are offered to staff to provide the expertise and knowledge to engage students in their learning. Halton offers first-class education that supports all students regardless of where they come from, what languages they speak, and what career path they want to follow. Its teachers work hard to customize lessons and course content to match individual student’s learning styles and previous learning. There is a wide variety of course types and levels that help students move towards their goals for post-secondary education and future careers. All teachers of the school are certified and follow the high standards set by the Ontario government.
Halton is centrally located between Toronto and Niagara Falls and communities here are consistently ranked as some of the best places in Canada to live and work. The region is one of the fastest growing regions in Canada because of its perfect balance of big city amenities and small town charm.
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