Students at Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School have the opportunity to gain experience, in the world of work, that supports students in their various pathways through Co-operative Education.
Besides, the regular academic pathways; Graydon hosts two additional ones. These include the school's two Specialist High Skills Majors sectors in Hospitality/Tourism and Non-Profit. Students have the opportunity to gain "real world" working experiences by taking Co-operative Education. While being registered in a Specialist High Skills Major, students also obtain specialized certifications and partake in numerous reach ahead/experiential learning opportunities.
The school's Dual Credits program gives students the opportunity to gain college and university credits, while attending high school. Any student interested in the Dual Credits program, should see the school's Co-operative education teachers for more details and how to register.
The Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) is another pathway offered to students. The work experience, in Co-operative Education, correlates to apprenticeship programming. The program assists students, interested in the trade industry, to gain possible employment and apprenticeship certification.
Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School has a diverse school population. As a result, Co-operative Education provides a pathway for all students; in all school programs.
Gordon Graydon's Co-operative Education teachers and contact information are detailed below.
Mrs. J. Rozario - ext. 442 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. V. Van Schepen - ext. 441 - email@example.com
Please contact either staff member if there are any questions about Co-operative Education programming.