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2019 Secondary School Rankings

2019 Secondary School Rankings for Oakville by Fraser Institute

On May 5, 2019 the Fraser Institute released Oakville’s 2019 Secondary School Rankings. They include both public and catholic boards. The rankings look at the school year 2017/2018.

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Oakville Teacher Arrested for Child Pornography

​As a result of a child pornography investigation conducted by the Halton Regional Police Service – Internet Child Exploitation Unit, a 52 year-old man from Burlington was arrested on October 17th, 2018.

Griffin Yacynuk

Silicon Halton TU20’s Summer Intern: Griffin Yacynuk

We are continuing to share the stories of young people who found summer internships through the Silicon Halton Tech Under 20 (TU20) program. This week will cover Griffin Yacynuk 

Mayor Rob Burton with Bring it to Council! student Councillors (L-R) William Sherren, Raaed Majid, Trey Magrin, Emily Hutchinson, Julia Xu, Erin Wright, Bethan Gorman, Gabriella Pareja-Duque, Evan Ibbott, Jacob Pierog, Zoe Perenack and Michael Tahir. (L-R) Instructional Program Leader, Leanne Rust, Halton District School Board, and Lead Teacher Jennifer Moore, Palermo Public School.

Grade 5 Students participate in Mock Town Council

Twelve Grade 5 Oakville students assumed the role of Oakville Town Councillors when they presented and debated their Livable Oakville idea in the first-ever Bring it to Council! competition this afternoon in Council Chambers.

High School Lockers

More Halton Students Graduating High School Than Ever Before

Ontario’s provincial high school graduation rate has increased again. More students are gaining the skills and knowledge they need to thrive and prosper. The rate of students graduating in Ontario within five years of starting ...

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Siemens employees inspire Canadian youth

This fall, Siemens Canada introduced an educational program with Halton Learning Foundation. This partnership aligned with Siemens’ goals to foster the development of young people and encourage future technology-related careers.

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In the last 7 years did your income grow by 42%: Oakville’s Budget Did!

Doing a quick, informal survey, it appears that a number of people don’t realize that their property taxes are paying for the Town of Oakville’s Budget and Oakville’s portion of Halton Region’s budget and Boards ...

PC Candidate a No-Show at Education Debate

The Progressive Conservative candidate for MPP of Oakville riding failed to show up at a debate on education issues Tuesday night at White Oaks Secondary School.

Halton District School Board Announces First LGBTQ Pride Semi-Formal dance

Halton’s first annual LGBTQ semi-formal dance called, The Snow Ball, will be held at Burlington Central High School (1433 Baldwin Street) on Thursday, February 13, 2014 and is being organized by the school’s Gay Straight ...

Who’s Afraid of Christmas? A Christian Perspective

If the holiday concerts taking place in public schools in Halton this year are like the one I saw this week, the Halton District School Board is really afraid of Jesus.

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