Pickering College is located at 16945 Bayview Avenue, which is 30 minutes (45 kms) north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada in the town of Newmarket. The Town of Newmarket has a population of 87,000 and includes amenities such as sports complexes, a state-of-the-art regional hospital and cancer centre, movie theatres, shopping malls, library, theatres, public transportation, restaurants, places of worship and parks.
Pickering College is located on a beautiful 35-acre campus in the heart of the town. Our majestic buildings speak to the history and tradition of Pickering College, and with regular investments and upgrades, continue to provide leading edge learning space for our students.
Ample recreation space includes: four playing fields; a baseball diamond; a rubberized surface track; a fully-equipped athletic complex; and an indoor skating arena. Facility rentals are available to the public during designated times.
Pickering College is the only JK-Grade 12 school in Canada with a CRTC-licensed radio station. Broadcasting from New House, this fully functioning station serves the wider Newmarket community and provides a range of community-based programming including a live morning show, sports updates, music and feature programs.
Offsite, Blue & Silver Farm is home to our Outdoor Education Program. We invite you to explore our campus virtually using the map feature (below) or by taking a virtual tour.
We would like to acknowledge this land as a sacred meeting place for the many Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island, particularly the Chippewas and Mississauga First Peoples. We would also like to acknowledge the Chippewas of Georgina Island as the closest indigenous community to Pickering College and recognize the ancient and enduring legacy of First Nations and Metis Peoples in Ontario as stewards of this land.