JK to Grade 12

By law, in Canada, children must go to school starting at the age of 5 or 6, and continue until they are between 16 and 18, depending on the province or territory in which they live. Public education in Canada is provided by, funded by, and overseen by federal, provincial, and local governments. Education can also be provided by a specific religious school, private school, or in a home-school setting. Regardless of the type of school, the Ministry of Education and education acts within the provinces offer guidelines around policy and minimum standards for education. Are you wondering if your child is required to attend school in your area based on their age? Are you looking for various education options in your community, including instruction offered in a specific language or by a religious denomination? Are you trying to find out the ranking of a school near you? Are you searching for private school options? Parents want the best possible start for their children, and that includes a good, solid education. We want that for your family as well. You’ve come to the right place.

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12 Step Expansion

12 Step

FIFA 12

Graded Coins

Non-12 Step Recovery

12-hour kirtan

Pattern Grading

John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area - HWDSB Youth Worker Contract for the Grade 12 and 12+ initiative and the Urban Priorities Initiative

Provides Youth Worker contracted services to these initiatives to support students who are at risk of not completing grade 12 or who have returned to school to complete grade 12. The services supports training and facilitation of restorative justice to further explore goal development, social, emotional, and cognitive skill development. The aim is to support students to reach success and graduate Grade 12.

Halton District School Board - Gary Allan High School - International and Indigenous Languages (Elementary) Program - Burlington - Mailing Address

An elementary school-aged, international language program
* programs run at various sites throughout Halton

Halton Regional Police Service - Halton Regional Police Service, Milton - 12 Division - Milton - 12 Division

The Halton Regional Police Service is recognized as one of the leading police agencies in the areas of diversity and community policing initiatives, and is committed to ensuring Halton Region remains as safe tomorrow as it is today.

For more information about the HRPS and its numerous crime prevention and community initiatives, visit www.haltonpolice.ca

Police stations are located throughout Halton Region:
* 11 Division - 1 District (Georgetown) - 217 Guelph Street, 905-878-5511
* 12 Division - 1 District (Milton) - 490 Childs Drive, 905-878-5511
* 20 Division - 2 District (Oakville) - 95 Oak Walk Drive, 905-825-4747 ext 2205
* 30 Division - 3 District (Burlington) - 3800 Constable Henshaw Boulevard, 905-825-4747 ext 2305

McMaster University - McMaster Performance Competitive Edge Academy - David Braley Athletic Centre

Promotes the foundations of strength and conditioning and features themed challenges including Amazing Race, Survivor Challenge, X-treme Obstacle Course and Family Feud, and lessons in strength, conditioning, nutrition, team and leadership development with fun as the catalyst for athletic development.

Bus service available from Ancaster, Burlington, Carlisle, Dundas, Hamilton Mountain, Oakville, Stoney Creek, Waterdown for an additional fee.

Métis Nation of Ontario - Education and Training - Hamilton Mountain Central

Provides a full range of employment training programs and supports for the educational success of all Métis across Ontario beginning in early childhood, continuing through K to 12 to post-secondary education and into adulthood.

Métis Nation of Ontario - Education and Training - Hamilton Mountain Central

Provides a full range of employment training programs and supports for the educational success of all Métis across Ontario beginning in early childhood, continuing through K to 12 to post-secondary education and into adulthood.

Support & Housing - Halton - Youth Harm Reduction Project - Milton - 348 Bronte St, Unit 12

A free non-judgmental support service for young people in Halton.

Services include:
* delivery of safer sex and safer drug use supplies
* counselling on how to stay safer
* information on overdose prevention, safer drug use and sexual health
* get connected to services you may need including - homelessness, violence, addiction, mental health, food and employment
* personal information not required

Halton Regional Police Service - Collision Reporting Centres - Milton - 12 Division

There are three collision reporting centres (CRC) in Halton Region
* centres take reports for minor property damage collisions
* if the combined damage (from all vehicles or property involved in the collision) is $2000 or more you have a legal obligation to report that collision
* vehicle must be able to be driven to reporting centre
* reporting centres are privately owned and staffed with non-police service employees

Locations and operating hours
Burlington, 30 Division Lobby
2800 Constable Henshaw Blvd
905-331-0232
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-8 pm * Sat-Sun and holidays 10 am-6 pm

Milton, 12 Division Lobby
490 Childs Dr
905-636-3100
Hours: Mon-Fri 10 am-6 pm * Sat 10 am-4 pm

Oakville, 20 Division Lobby
95 Oak Walk Dr
905-825-4640
Hours: Mon-Fri 10 am-6 pm

* for more information on the Collision Reporting Centres, visit Accident Support Services

Kendellhurst Academy - Licensed Child Care Centre

Government licensed child care centre for children aged 18 months to 6 years.
* offering toddler, preschool and JK/SK classrooms
* early reading program
* French language program beginning at 2.5 yrs
* classical and jazz listening program
* printing and arithmetic programs
* separate library room

Métis Nation of Ontario - Education and Training - Hamilton Mountain Central

Provides a full range of employment training programs and supports for the educational success of all Métis across Ontario beginning in early childhood, continuing through K to 12 to post-secondary education and into adulthood.

Banyan - Centralized Services for Children under 12 in Conflict with the Law - 688 Queensdale Ave

Support services focusing on individuals who have been charged/found guilty of an offence under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA)

HSR - Student Identification Card - 36 Hunter St - Hamilton GO Centre

A card proving eligibility of the bearer to use student-rate tickets and monthly passes on public transit. Provided during regular in-school photo sessions free of charge, and at the HSR Customer Service Centre at 36 Hunter St E. for a small fee.