Arts Education Facilities

YorkU Career Centre

The Career Centre is a team of professionals who work with students, alumni, staff, faculty, and employers to support students and new graduates (up to two years after graduation) in the development of career self management skills.

Halton District School Board 40 hr Requirement

Every student who begins secondary school during or after the 1999-2000 school year must complete a minimum of forty hours of community involvement activities as a graduation requirement.

Arts Unionville (Markham, ON)

The ARTS UNIONVILLE program is a package of eight specialized arts courses for artistically talented students interested in Dance, Drama, Music or Visual Arts. The ARTS UNIONVILLE program is held at Unionville High School.

Claude Watson School for the Arts (Toronto, ON) 

The Claude Watson School for the Arts offers an enriched arts education for students in grades four through eight who reside within Toronto and have demonstrated a talent in music, drama, dance and visual arts.

Etobicoke School of the Arts (Etobicoke, ON)

The Etobicoke School of the Arts (ESA) is a specialized, public arts-academic high school located in Toronto, Canada. Founded on September 8, 1981, the Etobicoke School of the Arts has the distinction of being the oldest, free standing arts-focused high school in Canada.

Mayfield Secondary School (Caledon, ON)

The mission of the Mayfield learning community is:

  • to enable our students to reach their potential and to become confident, resilient, responsible, successful and well-rounded citizens.
  • to provide a positive, safe, caring and respectful environment in which students focus on character, academics, arts and athletics.

St. Elizabeth Catholic High School (Thornhill, ON)

Guided by Gospel Values and Catholic Virtues, in partnership with home and Church we educate and inspire all students to reach their full potential in a safe and caring environment.

Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts (Scarborough, ON)

Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts delivers Visual + Media Arts and Performing Arts at a professional level, provides a strong academic, athletic and technological program for all its students. Its safe and caring environment inspires life-long learning and a desire for personal excellence.

Ontario College of Art & Design

OCAD U is the largest and most comprehensive art, design and media university in Canada.

Sheridan College

Since 1967, Sheridan has been moving undergraduate education way ahead-way ahead. With our creative Campus approach and deep program offerings, we can offer you an amazing learning experience that prepares you for work and life.

Humber College – Post Graduate Arts Administration Program

Humber’s Arts Administration and Cultural Management graduate certificate program is for those who wish to successfully combine passion for the arts, culture and heritage with business acumen and management skills.

Metalworks Institute of Sound and Music Production

Our school campus, situated  just outside of Toronto, is the educational creation and natural extension of renowned Metalworks Studios, home to some of the world’s most successful artists and music producers. Our diploma programs are designed for those who wish to understand the complexities of the entertainment industry and build a successful career on a solid base of knowledge. We are providing an opportunity for students to explore their art through the understanding of its science.

The Royal Conservatory of Music: Learning Through the Arts

The Royal Conservatory of Music, established in 1886, has provided an unparalleled music education to millions of individuals from all across Canada. Today, The Royal Conservatory Certificate Program is considered the preeminent music education system in many countries around the world.

Visual Arts Programs and Ontario Colleges

There are many visual arts programs at Ontario colleges – some that cover a broad spectrum of art forms and others that focus on one specific type of art. Students in these programs hone their skills and develop unique artistic styles that can be applied to diverse opportunities in this field.

Fine Arts Programs at Ontario Colleges

Fine arts programs at Ontario colleges are designed to provide students with a well-rounded arts education that covers a number of disciplines. From drawing and painting to sculpting and printmaking, and so much more, students will have the opportunity to experiment with the different disciplines while developing their own unique artistic style.

Ontario Universities' Application Centre- Program Grouping- Fine and Applied Arts

A list of programs offered at various Ontario Universities

Theatre Ontario- Theatre Program

Theatre Programs offered by public colleges and universities in Ontario. Programs offered outside of Ontario is also listed. Other things to consider.

Music Performance Programs at Ontario Colleges

Ontario college music performance programs provide students with the practical training and theoretical music knowledge they need to succeed in this demanding industry.

Canada's Higher Education and Career Guide

Music undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate advanced certificates and degrees available in Ontario.


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