2022 Best Private Schools in Ottawa

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2022 Best Private schools in Ottawa

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Académie Westboro Academy
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Académie Westboro Academy

independent Westboro Academy is a non-profit, registered charity, governed by an elected Board of Di...
JK-8 (JK. to Gr. 8)
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The Element High School
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The Element High School

The vision of Element High School is supporting inquisitive, passionate youth in search of their ele...
(Secondry) High School
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Kanata Academy
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Kanata Academy

In the west of Ottawa, there is a school called Kanata Academy, also known as KA. Kanata Academy fol...
P-12 (Pre-school to Gr. 12)
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Turnbull School
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Turnbull School

As a private school in Ottawa, Ontario, Turnbull school provides students with enriched programs for...
Elementary School
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Elmwood High school
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Elmwood High school

Elmwood High School is ranked as one of the best 25 schools in Canada. It is due to the innovative e...
P-12 (Pre-school to Gr. 12)
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Fern Hill School
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Fern Hill School

Fern Hill School has been a great place to flourish since 1981. Fern Hill School is a private school...
JK-8 (JK. to Gr. 8)
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March Academy
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March Academy

March Academy is a small private school in Canada, Ottawa. This unique school is a place to flourish...
Elementary School
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OMS Montessori
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OMS Montessori

OMS Montessori is a not-for-profit private school in Ottawa. This school is an accredited Montessor...
Nursery to Gr. 6
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About Ottawa and education there

Wondering how to say the name of this wonderful city? It’s pronounced Ott-uh-wah.
The capital city of Canada is on the south bank of the Ottawa River and contains the mouths of the Rideau River and Rideau Canal. The older part of the city (including what remains of Bytown) is known as Lower Town and occupies an area between the canal and the river.
In winter, the Rideau Canal in downtown Ottawa becomes the longest skating rink in the world (7.8 km).

Ottawa is home to 14 National Museums – Canadian Museum of History, Canadian Children’s Museum, Canadian Postal Museum, The National Gallery of Canada, Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Laurier House, Royal Canadian Mint, Library and Archives Canada, Currency Museum of the Bank of Canada, Canadian Museum of Nature, Canadian War Museum, Canadian Science and Technology Museum, and the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum.

In 1857 Queen Victoria of Britain chose Ottawa to be the capital of Canada. Did you know that Ottawa is a multilingual city? Approximately 50% of people speak English, 32% French and the rest a mix of other languages including Chinese, Arabic, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, but French and English are official languages. Ottawa is the largest city in Canada to have co-official languages!

Ottawa is the seventh coldest capital in the world. Others that are colder include in order of coldest first are Ulaan-Baatar in Mongolia, Astana in Kazakhstan, Moscow, Russia, Helsinki in Finland, Reykjavik, Iceland and Tallinn in Estonia.

Starting in the 1850s, entrepreneurs known as lumber barons began to build large sawmills, which became some of the largest mills in the world. Rail lines built-in 1854 connected Ottawa to areas south and the transcontinental rail network via Hull and Lachute, Quebec in 1886. The original Parliament buildings which included the Centre, East and West Blocks were constructed between 1859 and 1866 in the Gothic Revival style. At the time, this was the largest North American construction project ever attempted and Public Works Canada and its architects were not initially well prepared.

The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) is the largest in Eastern Ontario serving students within a 2,760 square kilometre area known as the city of Ottawa. OCDSB is the seventh-largest board by the school population in the province of Ontario. students are based out of 143 schools - 113 elementary including two special education sites, 25 secondary including the Adult High School, and 5 secondary alternate sites.

In order to find your child's talents, put him on a wide range of business this will activate the hidden talents don’t think that because he doesn’t show interest he doesn’t have the talent.

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