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Toronto Catholic District School Board

 
 
 
Guidance and Career Education
 
The guidance and career education program consists of courses that are intended to help students develop learning and interpersonal skills and to enable them to explore careers and the pathways that lead to them. 
 
All students are encouraged to explore and assess their own strengths, needs, and interests and to investigate a broad range of opportunities as they pursue their educational pathways and prepare for postsecondary destinations.
 
All guidance and career education courses encourage career exploration and skill development through experiential learning activities, such as job shadowing, community involvement, work experience, and cooperative education. [1] In addition, guidance and career education courses are particularly well suited for inclusion in programs designed to provide pathways to various destinations and in programs leading to a diploma with a Specialist High Skills Major.

NOTE:  See also Student Services on main menu for further information
 
Department Head:
 
Ms. A. Costa
Department Members:
 Ms. J. Panozzo
Ms. J. Ridgeway
 
 
  
Department Courses:
Courses
Grade 9
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
Learning Strategies 1:  Skills for Success in Secondary School
 
 
 
 
Learning Strategies 1:  Skills for Success in Secondary School
Recommendation of principal
 
GLE10
 
 
 
 
Career Studies (Required Course)
 
 
GLC20
 
 
Learning Strategies 1:  Skills for Success in Secondary School
Recommendation of principal
 
 
GLE20
 
 
 
Designing Your Future
 
 
 
GWL30
 
Leadership and Peer Support
 
 
 
GPP30
 
Advanced Learning Strategies Skills for Success After Secondary School
 
 
 
GLS40
 
Advanced Learning Strategies Skills for Success After Secondary School
Recommendation of principal
 
 
 
 
GLE40
 
[1]See Policy/Program Memorandum No. 139 for information about the use of cooperative education courses to fulfil additional compulsory credit requirements for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
 

College and University Applications

The deadline for College and University applications are approaching. 
In order assist you, please make use of the following links:

 

Ontario University Application Center

Ø         http://www.ouac.on.ca/

 

Ontario College Application Center

Ø         http://www.ocas.ca

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my Blueprint on-line resource and educational planner

Ø       http://myblueprint.ca/tcdsb

 

​Student Services Department