Now you are in grade 11….. Overview of session Overview of session Resources Resources Making Choices about Post- secondary options Making Choices about.

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  • Now you are in grade 11.
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  • Overview of session Overview of session Resources Resources Making Choices about Post- secondary options Making Choices about Post- secondary options Timelines Timelines Course Selection/Prerequisites Course Selection/Prerequisites
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  • My Blueprint http://www.myblueprint.ca http://www.myblueprint.ca http://www.myblueprint.ca
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  • University Tools: http://www.electronicinfo.ca http://www.ouac.on.ca http://www.degreesindemand.ca/
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  • College http://www.ontariocolleges.ca http://www.ontariocolleges.ca http://www.ontariocolleges.ca College articulation agreements: University degrees offered through colleges http://www.ONTransfer.ca College articulation agreements: University degrees offered through colleges http://www.ONTransfer.cahttp://www.ONTransfer.ca
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  • Apprenticeships An apprenticeship is a combination of on-the-job training and classroom learning that leads to a trade credential. Once you complete your hours in the apprenticeship, you are qualified to work in the trade. An apprenticeship is a combination of on-the-job training and classroom learning that leads to a trade credential. Once you complete your hours in the apprenticeship, you are qualified to work in the trade. You can start the hours in high school through a coop program, but you need to be signed up with the Ministry of Training in a formal agreement to officially get the trade You can start the hours in high school through a coop program, but you need to be signed up with the Ministry of Training in a formal agreement to officially get the tradeOR A certificate program at a college will give you some fundamental skills before approaching an employer A certificate program at a college will give you some fundamental skills before approaching an employer http://apprenticetrades.ca http://apprenticetrades.ca http://apprenticetrades.ca http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng http://workingincanada.gc.ca http://workingincanada.gc.ca http://workingincanada.gc.ca
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  • Dual Credit Students in the Dual Credit Program spend some of their time at St. Lawrence taking college or apprenticeship courses and the rest of their time at Holy Cross taking regular high school courses and/or Coop courses. Students in the Dual Credit Program spend some of their time at St. Lawrence taking college or apprenticeship courses and the rest of their time at Holy Cross taking regular high school courses and/or Coop courses. Successfully completing a Dual Credit college course or apprenticeship program enables a student to earn both a high school credit and a college credit at the same time. Successfully completing a Dual Credit college course or apprenticeship program enables a student to earn both a high school credit and a college credit at the same time.
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  • Dual Credit Courses Nursing Nursing Psychology Psychology Computer Science Computer Science Databases Databases Networking Networking Web Page Design Web Page Design C++ Programming C++ Programming Esthetician Esthetician Make - Up Make - Up Body Treatments Body Treatments Manicure Manicure Business Business Accounting Business Fundamentals Communications Marketing Culinary Culinary Baking Techniques Cuisine and Culture Kitchen Management Food Theory
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  • Dual Credit Courses (continued) Social Science Social Science Child Development Child Development Nutrition Connections Nutrition Connections First Nations Peoples - Issues on Society First Nations Peoples - Issues on Society Justice Studies Justice Studies Media and the Arts Media and the Arts Fitness Fitness Addictions Addictions Others Others Medical Lab Technician Taste of the Trades Musical Theatre Production Child & Youth Worker Apprenticeship Programs Apprenticeship Programs Carpentry Hairstylist Brick and Stone Masonry Plumbing
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  • Things to Remember: University Requirements University Requirements 6 U/M GRADE 12 courses (research each university) 6 U/M GRADE 12 courses (research each university) Math prerequisites (MCR 3U leads to MHF 4U and MCV 4U) Math prerequisites (MCR 3U leads to MHF 4U and MCV 4U) Coop is not a U or M level course Coop is not a U or M level course Ontario Scholar (80% in top six grade 12 courses) Ontario Scholar (80% in top six grade 12 courses) Financial Information Financial Information http://www.hctoday.ca http://www.hctoday.ca http://www.hctoday.ca Entrance Scholarships Entrance Scholarships Specific Scholarships Specific Scholarships OSAP meeting in May OSAP meeting in May Community Service Hours Community Service Hours 40 hours required 40 hours required 60 hours for a Crusader Certificate 60 hours for a Crusader Certificate Appointment Slips Appointment Slips Fill in slip Fill in slip Pick up slip in the morning!!! Pick up slip in the morning!!!
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  • Have fun researching!!!

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