Continuing education - after school or university
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC)
Finding the best scholarship for you
Going back to school as an adult
Financial services industry education
Data Science, Website design and programming
Looking to pursue a career in nursing?
- For Canadians
I am not aware of a website listing nursing schools in Canada (unlike USA; see below)
- For Americans, or those seeking US nursing education
'RN to BSN' on-line programs
On-line Math education for youth
Financial education for youth
Other education for youth
Adult high school
Christian educational establishments
- Augustine College - Ottawa
- Calvary Christian Academy, Beckwith, near Carleton Place, ON
- Heritage College, Seminary, Cambridge, ON, includes classes in Ottawa
- Houghton Christian College - Houghton, NY, USA
- Multnomah Online Bible College
- Ottawa Christian School
- St. Timothy's Classical Academy - Primary school, Ottawa
- Redeemer Christian High School 82 Colonnade Rd., Ottawa, 613-723-9262, Grades 9-12
- Ryle Theological college, Ottawa (was Ottawa Theological College)
Private schools in the Ottawa region
- Academie de la Capitale 1B World School. 1010 Morrison Dr., Ottawa, 613-721-3872, Kindergarten - Grades 12
- The Greenwoods Academy 1056 Klondike Rd., Kanata, 613-591-3100, Kindergarten
- Joan of Arc Academy 2221 Elmira Dr., Ottawa, 613-728-6464. Bilingual girls school.
- OMS Montessori 335 Lindsay St., Ottawa, 613-521-5185 (Don), Grades 7-12
- Peak Centre Academy Bell Sensplex, 1565 Maple Grove, Kanata, 613-737-7325, Grades 4-8
- St-Laurent Academy 641 Sladen Ave, Ottawa, 613-842-8047, Kindergarten-Grade 9, Bilingual.
- Westboro Academy 200 Brewer Way, Ottawa, 613-737-9543, Bilingual
Promoting excellence in education; special educational programs
- Oxford Learning Centre - Learning programs for students aged from 3 to 20. Sue Chapman, Centre Director, (613) 591-2400
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Now here's an interesting statistic. Immigrants are not only hard working and ambitious, they are also highly educated.
Compared to all Canadians, immigrants are three times as likely to have a batchelor degree, four times as likely to have a master's degree, and twice as likely to have a doctorate.
Source: 1996 Census, Statistics Canada; Immigration Overview 1999, Citizenship and Immigration Canada.