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Child immunization

Report your immunizations onlineImmunization helps protect your child against serious and potentially life-threatening illness.

In Ontario, children are eligible for free vaccinations for several communicable diseases. These include  polio, tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, measles, mumps, rubella, influenza (“flu”), and numerous others. 

Required immunizations for school children 

All children attending school between ages 4 to 17 need to be immunized according to Ontario’s Immunization Schedule. Children must have proof of immunization against many diseases, including meningococcal disease, whooping cough and chickenpox* to attend school. Children who are not fully immunized may not be allowed to attend school unless an exemption form is provided. 

If your children are not vaccinated, they are at risk of contracting these diseases or spreading them to others   For more information about immunization, including a schedule of free vaccinations for children in Ontario, please see the parent resources below. 



If you have questions, please call 519 539-9800 (toll free: 1 800 755-0394) and ask to speak to a public health nurse about immunization.


* Chickenpox only applies if the child was born on or after January 1, 2010.

2017 secondary school clinic schedule

Huron Park Secondary School - April 20th 2017

College Ave Secondary School - April 21st 2017

St. Mary’s Catholic High School - April 24th 2017

Ingersoll District Collegiate Institute – April 25th 2017

Glendale High School – April 26th 2017

Woodstock Collegiate Institute – April 28th 2017


For more information 

Immunization check list and schedule changes

2014 Immunization of school pupils act

Immunization regulation

Annual student immunization record review process