Population: 175, 779 people (as of 2011)
Burlington is a city for everyone. It was ranked the #1 mid-sized city in Canada, the #1 city in Canada for new immigrants and the fourth best city in which to retire, according to MoneySense magazine.
Population: 182, 520 people (as of 2011)
Oakville is a dynamic community located on the shores of Lake Ontario. Oakville radiates small-town charm, natural beauty and cultural vitality, while providing all the advantages of an economically diverse and well-serviced urban community.
Motto: Together Aspire – Together Achieve
Population: 519, 949 (as of 2011)
Lovingly known as Steeltown or The Hammer, Hamilton is home to the mass steel producers Stelco and Dofasco.
Waterdown has a small town feel, yet is a growing, young-family community, ever expanding in amenities to suit the growing neighbourhood…
If you would like to live in the country and be 5 minutes from the city, Carlisle is the place to live. It is a lovely, quaint village, with a population of 2,363 population (2011).
Here you will find information on elementary and secondary schools in these communities. This page is intended to provide parents/guardians with a detailed look at our schools including school boundaries.