Our School to Career Program comprises four experiential programs that promote learning through experience and observation. The Ontario curriculum of the Creating Pathways to Success Program for career development allows for a broad range of opportunities.
Choosing a program based on their skills and ambitions, students can practice a career both within and outside of the classroom with full assistance and support, easing the transition as they move on to post-secondary education, whether in an apprenticeship, college or university.
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The Co-operative Education program allows students heading to an apprenticeship, college, university or the workplace to earn secondary school credits while completing a work placement. The program consists of a Co-op course monitored by a Co-operative education teacher, a related curriculum course in any subject, and a work placement. Visit the Co-op office for more information.