As the center of operations in the Durham Region, Whitby town has many well established educational institutions ranging from kindergarten and elementary schools all the way to secondary schools. Below is an overview of some of Whitby’s most prominent high-school:
Donald A Wilson SS
Located at 681 Rossland Road, Donald A Wilson SS is one of the best performing high schools in area of Whitby Ontario, ON and also one of the newest. Opened in 2004, the school offers a very competitive curriculum that features a long list of educational programs including mathematics, sciences, and arts for 9th grade to 12th-grade students. There are also around ten sports teams in the school that are also very competitive within the region. Away from the leaning, the school has some of the most advanced facilities and is ranked among the most coveted school in Ontario which explains its high student population of over 1000.
Opened in the mid-1990s, Sinclair SS is a prominent high school Within the DDSB that has a student population of around 2000 students and a student-teacher ratio of 17:1. The establishment serves both French Immersion and Special Education students and has a great reputation when it comes to academic performances in the Region. As a matter of fact, it is by far the highest-ranking school within the DDSB. Sinclair SS is located at 380 Taunton Road.
This is a vocational training institute that offers the regular high school curriculum while still incorporating some advanced programs into the system. Established in the early 1960s, the school has been and still is one of the best education centers in the town. The school also features a wide selection of co-curricular activities for everyone with Drama being one of the school’s most competitive arm. Anderson CVI is located at 400 Anderson Street.
Henry Street High School
Last on the street is Henry Street High School, another school established in the ’60s that has grown to become of the town’s favorite high school. The school’s initial name was Whitby District High School but was changed to Henry Street High School following the establishment of the town’s second high school. With great infrastructure, a comprehensive high school curriculum and great teaching staff, Henry Street High School produce work-ready and college-oriented graduates every year.
Other top-ranking schools include Father Leo J Austin Catholic Secondary School on Dryden Boulevard and Blyth Academy Whitby on Dundas Street.