GDHSGeorgetown District High School
Address: 70 Guelph St. Georgetown ON
Phone:(905) 877-6966

Georgetown High School was officially opened on January 10th 1887, in a temporary space at the Chapel Street Public School. It was opened at its present location in 1889.  The school houses approximately 1950 students and staff who are dedicated to an educational environment where students can learn and achieve both academic and co-curricular excellence. GDHS offers a wide variety of programs and courses. It is an International Baccalaureate World School and is home to the Ontario Youth Apprentice Program for Carpentry & Cabinet Making; Hairstyling and Esthetics and Transportation. It also offers “high skill” programs such as Culinary Arts, Hospitality and Tourism in addition to several other programs. Visit their website for further information:


CTK Christ The King Catholic Secondary School
Address: 161 Guelph St. Georgetown ON
Phone:(905) 702-8836

Christ The King Catholic Secondary School opened its doors in September 2002 as the first Catholic High School in Halton Hills. Today they have approximately 1,600 students. The school offers a full range of courses in varied areas of specialty at the applied, open, university and college levels. CTK was successful in their application for the Communication and Information Technology, which will allow students to attain a specialty in the different avenues of technology, which will improve the value of their application to post-secondary institutions.  They also now offer a Sports Specialist High Skills Major and a vibrant Arts and Culture Specialist High Skills Major allowing students to add more value to their post secondary applications.  For further information visit their website:


ActonActon High School
 Address: 21 Cedar Rd., Acton ON
 Phone:(519) 853-2920

Acton High School was opened at its current location on November 29, 1977. Prior to this location the concept of a high school can be traced back to 1927 when an old stone building (now located on School Lane near Robert Little Public School) served as a continuation school. After a rapid increase in school population the first High School was built on Acton Boulevard in 1954 which is now McKenzie-Smith Bennett School that has seen multiple additions since.  The School today continues its focus on education and co-curricular activities. The schools motto is the Latin ‘Lux Sit” which means, “Let there be light”, the purpose of education.  For further information visit their website: