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DEGREE PROGRAMS
- Universities and Colleges offer 4 year degree programs in a variety of areas. 
- Students interested in a degree program would apply for a Bachelor's Degree. 
- All degree programs require ENG4U + 5 Grade 12 U/M courses.  Some programs will require specific course in Math & Science.  
- Applications will begin in November. 
- All program pre-requisites and admission averages can be found here:

 

Researchwww.ontariouniversitiesinfo.ca  and  www.ontariocolleges.ca

Applications:  www.ouac.on.ca   and  www.ontariocolleges.ca

 

University Deadline:  January 15th 2021

College Deadline:  February 1st 2021


 

DIPLOMA PROGRAMS
- Colleges offer 2 or 3 year diploma programs in a variety of areas. 

- Colleges also offer 1 year certificate programs in specialized areas.
- All diploma programs require ENG4C + 3 Grade 11 or 12 C/U/M courses.  Some programs will require specific courses in Math & Science.   Students with ENG4E are also eligible for many diploma and certificate programs.
- Applications will begin in October / November
- There are many opportunities for students to continue their education with pathways from diploma to degree.
- All program pre-requisites can be found here:

 

Research & Applications:  www.ontariocolleges.ca

College Deadline:  February 1st 2021


 

COLLEGE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
 - Colleges also offer 1 year certificate programs in specialized areas.
- Many of these certificate programs are available to students who have taken Workplace Level English and Math credits to complete their high school diploma
 
  At this time, there are primarily 3 colleges that offer a variety of certificate programs for students with Workplace Level high school courses:
When researching College Certificate programs, it is very important to review the Admission requirements for EACH program that interests you.  Some certificate programs require you to have College Level English and/or Math.  
If you are unsure how to navigate the college websites to find admission requirements, do not hesitate to contact your guidance counsellor.


 

APPRENTICESHIPS
There are two main pathways for students to pursue an apprenticeship in a service, industrial or construction trade.


#1 - Obtain employment with a licensed trades person after graduation.  Become a member of the College of Trades.  Complete on-the-job training plus Level 1, 2 & 3 in-school.


#2 - Complete a pre-trades program at College to build your employable skills.  Then obtain employment with a licensed trades person.  Become a member of the College of Trades.  Complete on-the-job training plus Level 1, 2 & 3 in-school.


We strongly suggest a semester of co-op at Humberview.  High school students can register as a youth apprentice (OYAP) and begin tracking their apprenticeship hours and skill completion.  Each trade has their own academic requirements.  Most trades require Grade 12 English and Math.  Guidance Counsellors can assist with trade requirements.

 

Useful websites: 

Peel OYAP - https://www.peelschools.org/PARENTS/PROGRAMS/OYAP/Pages/default.aspx

Skilled Trades Ontario:  https://www.ontario.ca/page/skilled-trades


 

All Grade 12 students will participate in an EXIT INTERVIEW with their Guidance Counsellor in November / December.  This meeting will review graduation status and post-secondary pathways.  Parents / Guardians are welcome to attend.

 

Class of 2021 Google Classroom - class code: vp7wga4

 

Last Names A-B
Mrs. Reale ext. 418   
[email protected]

Last Names C-G 
Mrs. McCauley ext. 414   
[email protected] 

Last Names H-L
Mr. White ext. 419    
[email protected] 

Last Names M-Q  
Ms. Matson ext. 415  
[email protected] 

Last Names  R-Z 
Mr. Maskell ext. 413  
[email protected]

Vocational 1 & 2 Students
Mrs. Krauter ext. 512   
[email protected] 


 

 

Students with an IEP

Students are encouraged to meet with their Special Education monitor teacher to receive an updated copy of their IEP.  Once students have confirmed and accepted their post-secondary program, they should connect with the college / university to establish academic supports. More useful information can be found at www.transitionresourceguide.ca


 


 


 

 
 

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