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The Orangeville area is served by three school boards, the Upper Grand District School Board, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, and the Conseil Scolaire Viamonde, a French language school board. There are two secondary schools, and an ongoing elementary school building program. There are also several well-respected, privately-funded schools in Orangeville and the surrounding areas.

Public Elementary Schools

Credit Meadows Elementary School
Island Lake Public School
Mono Amaranth Public School
Montgomery Village Public School
Parkinson Centennial
Princess Elizabeth
Princess Margaret
Spencer Avenue Elementary

Separate Elementary Schools

St. Andrew R.C. Separate
St. Benedict R.C. Separate
St. Peter R.C. Separate

Public Secondary Schools

Orangeville District Secondary School
Westside Secondary School

Privately Funded Schools

Elder Tree Montessori
Headwater Hills Montessori
Dufferin Area Christian School
Hillcrest Private School
The Maples Independent Country School
Orangeville Christian School

French Elementary School

Ecole elementaire des Quatre-Rivieres

Community Colleges and Universities

Georgian College operates a regional campus in Orangeville. The College offers quality education and training opportunities, academic upgrading, customized courses and training, professional development and employment assistance programs, and a growing selection of distance education courses.

The Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning has established a satellite campus in Orangeville and is planning to build a full-service campus. In the interim, Humber offers several full-time diploma programs and continuing education courses in an alternate facility.

Easily accessible and within a short commuting distance of Orangeville stand many of the finest universities in Canada, including the Universities of Toronto, Waterloo, McMaster, York, Ryerson, Guelph, and Wilfrid Laurier.

Other Education Skills and Training

Continuing education and skills training is also provided by the Learning Enterprise, operated under the auspices of the Upper Grand District School Board.