Post Secondary Planning
Students in their last year of high school need to be able to set goals and plan for the future.
In order to support education and career/life planning students investigate various aspects of themselves as they relate to their current learning and future planning by addressing several key questions.
Therefore students need to register for different seminars, field trips and workshops that we orgzanise from our department.
On this page students will find:
- Grade 12 Seminars/workshops- Post-secondary processes and procedures
- Apprenticeship, College and University Fair Information
- Personal appointments to support program planning
- Timelines for grade 12 students
- Personal counselling to meet student needs
Transition to Post Secondary:
- Apprenticeship Search
- Comparative Chart of Apprentice Training Programs
- Red Seal Home - All about the trades
- School to Career
- Skills Work - Post-Secondary Options
- Skilled Trades
- Finding Ontario Colleges and Programs - OntarioCollege.ca
- French Language Colleges in Ontario
- College online learning in Ontario
- Distance Education - Ontario Online Learning Portal
- French Language Universities in Ontario
- Ontario University Guide - University,Program, & other listings
- Ontario University Application Centre - OUAC
- Job Search Engine for Youth
- Social Insurance Number (SIN) - Service Canada
- The Employment Champion for Youth
- OSAP Presentation
- Employment Profile and other career details
- Labour Market Information
- Learn how to transfer your credits in Ontario postsecondary
- myBlueprint - have all your plans online
- Study in the USA
- SAT - AP and USA College Information
The gap year—taking a year off school to work, travel or volunteer. A Statistics Canada survey of about 8,500 high school graduates from 2000 to 2008 found that just 50 per cent had started college or university within the usual three months; 73 per cent had begun in a year’s time; and by 28 months after graduation, 81 per cent of students were attending a post-secondary school. Here are some websites that may help you find out more about this choice:
OUAC - Admissions Information Service
The Admissions Information Service at OUAC allows applicants to determine which universities have places remaining in specific programs.
It is available from June 6 to August 30
NEW this year: If your students applied to an Ontario university, but did not receive any offers of admission by June 3, they can add programs after this date at no additional charge.
Visit the 101 web page and click “Search Open Programs” to access the AIS.
The new AIS flyer [PDF]