An element of Ontario's educational heritage dates to 1882 when founder George Chaffey established a relationship with the University of Southern California to found an agricultural school.
The land for the school is the current Euclid Avenue campus of Chaffey High School.
Today, the City's schools place an emphasis on academic excellence including fundamental skills essential for continuing learning and career opportunities.
The Ontario region boasts an ‘innovation corridor’ with over 14 colleges and universities- from the nationally known Claremont Colleges and University of Redlands, to the Accredited University of La Verne School of Law in Ontario- which graduates some of the top attorneys in California.
2012 taxable sales were $6.4 billion, the highest in the Inland Empire and 3rd in Southern California
If you are seeking a new career, visit Career Visions Alliance or CareerQuest TV - which provide information and resources about job opportunities in Ontario and the Inland Empire.
If you are interested in starting your own business, Ontario’s Entrepreneur Network can assist you with resources and strategic contacts. To learn more, click here.
Whether you are looking to further your education or establish your career - Ontario provides strategic access to a wide array of educational and job opportunities.