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GRADE 12 PLANNING 
 
   
  • Review your credits to ensure you have 30 credits in all required categories. Log into www.myblueprint.ca/tcdsb​.
  • Ensure that you have completed AND SUBMITTED your completed community service hours (20 required for 2021-2022 Graduation)
  • If you're applying to university, ensure you have 6 U/M courses and that you've met admission requirements for the university program. Check the list of online resources below to help you with this research
  • Our Guidance Counsellors hosted a virtual assembly on Thursday November 4th to review the application process. You can access the presentation here:
  •               Post Secondary Applications 2021.pdfPost Secondary Applications 2021.pdf
 
APPLYING TO COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY 
 
 
Our Guidance Team is using GOOGLE CLASSROOM to communicate information to this year's graduating students. The join code for The Class of 2022 is zizh725.

Students are encouraged to explore the following websites for programs and admission requirements:
 
 
                                               
UNIVERSITY APPLICATION DEADLINE:  January 13, 2022
Applications are submitted on http://www.ouac.on.ca/. Students received their access code in class on November 4th.
 
The base application fee is $150 for 3 Program Choices and $50 for each additional program. ​
See below for video tutorials and a full application guide.
 
 
COLLEGE APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 1, 2022
Applications are submitted on http://www.ontariocolleges.ca/​. Students create their own account and do not need a personal access code.
Click on the following link for a video tutorial and answers to Frequently Asked Questions:  How To Apply to College
 
FINANCIAL AID - ​OSAP
 
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is available to students living in Ontario with a demonstrated financial need who plan to attend college or university. The OSAP website is an excellent resource for planning and exploring post secondary options. Click here OSAP for more information on eligibility and how to apply.

 

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