Students will explore how they can pursue their passions in high school, in post-secondary education and beyond. What sets the Pathways program apart from other enriched academic programs is the unique opportunity to round out classroom learning with real-world experience. As students move from Grades 10 through 12 they benefit from an increasing number of out-of-school experiences. Community learning experiences are tailored to the student and allow them to explore their interests in supportive academic and workplace settings. Students will have the opportunity to participate in individualized, community-based learning experiences in the field of interest in Grade 11. Grade 12 students are expected to complete an intensive community learning experience in a professional or academic placement.
Pathways is designed to allow all students, regardless of their passion, to pursue high academic standards and meaningful community experiences. A range of interests ensure that students have opportunities that prepare them for post-secondary study at a university or a technical school or for direct entry into the workforce. Students choose from a variety of programs including: Construction, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Digital Arts and Media, Education, Emergency Services, Engineering, Health Science, Information Communication Technology, Metal Fabrication, Music Industry, Sports and Recreation, Tourism.
For more information download the Pathways program brochure and information sheet.