240 hours community service: Do you have them? Due to Guidance by end of May.
3Not ready? Need to upgrade marks? Missing prerequisites? Year 5?Not ready? Need to upgrade marks? Missing prerequisites?If you need 6 or more credits, you may want to return to Mowat. If so, you will be required to meet with your Vice Principal or Guidance counselor.If you need less than 6 credits, consider a semestered school or an alternative school ie: ASE or SCAS
4New for 2012-2013 Landscape Architecture THD 4M1 This will be a hands on course that will teach you the various aspects of landscape design and constructionStudents will have an opportunity to work in the courtyard to develop real life skills
5New for 2012 - 2013 Fitness and Recreation Leadership PLF4C This course will be 70% classroom based and 30% activity basedIdeal for those students looking to develop or improve their leadership abilities in a phys ed settingThis course will prepare students for Fitness and Recreation programs at College
6Co-op Program at MowatThere is no application process– simply choose COOP as an option in myBlueprint.ca/tdsbCOOP4 – 4 credit full day every other dayCOOP2 – 2 credit half day every other dayFor more information: a) see Mrs. Graves or Mr. Dias Monday’s in the library b) see a guidance counselorIn March and April the COOP teachers will meet with you to discuss your placement and options moving forward
7Course Selection Timelines On line course selection opens: February 8th , 2012On line course selection closes: February 21st , 2012Students that do not submit course selections in myBlueprint by Feb. 21st must see a guidance counsellor
8Not returning?Still need to register online with MyBlueprint.ca/tdsb and indicate you are not returning.Need a parent/guardian signature if you are not 18 years of age.All exit codes are found under the Guidance and Career Education tabie: COLLEGE, APPREN, NEWHS, WORK, UNIVER, OTHER
18REVIEW AND SUBMIT COURSES step1Review your selectionsstep2Click Confirm and Print when you are ready to submitNote: You will not be able to change your course selections in myBlueprintafter this step. Please consult your Guidance Counsellor if you wishto make any changes after you have submitted your courses.18
19PRINT SIGN-OFF SHEET Congratulations! You’re done! Please print and return a signed copy of your Course SelectionSign-Off Sheet to your Counsellor or Teacher.19
20CONTACT US VISIT: WWW.MYBLUEPRINT.CA/TDSB/ 1VISIT:2SELECT SECONDARY SCHOOL & CREATE ACCOUNT3ENTER OEN & DATE OF BIRTH4BEGIN PLANNING YOUR COURSESCONTACT US20
21Record Your Goals, High School Plans and Graduation Requirements myProfileIt is important to set goals and plan for how you want to achieve themSaved High School Plans - Create multiple “what-if” scenariosSave your plan with whatever name you like (my college plan, engineering plan, etc.)Calculates pathway eligibility based on the courses you are takingRecord Your Goals, High School Plans and Graduation Requirements1
22Short List (Save) the Opportunities That Interest You Annual Education PlanType in details here and access it at any timeShort List (Save) the Opportunities That Interest You1
24Standardized Data Saves You Time and Makes Exploration Easy -Clear, easy to read and concise overviews with detailed information on every destination.-Compare standardized details side-by-side in an organized and readable format.- Learn about potential occupations for post-secondary programs of interest or vice-versa.- Explore further with direct website links.Standardized Data Saves You Time and Makes Exploration Easy3
25Comprehensive Information to Make Informed Decisions College & University Information Provided:OverviewNumber of Students/FacultyMale/Female RatioLocation, City PopulationLiving ExpensesTransportation OptionsVarsity SportsContact InformationDirect LinksProgram DescriptionCredential AwardedLength of ProgramTuition FeesCourse PrerequisitesMinimum AverageNon-Academic RequirementsStudy OptionsFocus of StudyApprenticeship Information Provided:DescriptionIndustry SectorMinimum Entry GradeRed Seal TradeAverage Wage RateGoverning BodyIndustry CommitteeNOC CodeRegulated/UnregulatedLength of ProgramIn-Class HoursTraining BreakdownSuggested CoursesMain DutiesWorkplace & Occupation Information Provided:OverviewNature of the WorkMain DutiesSkills and AbilitiesAverage Wage/EarningsRequired EducationEmployment ProspectsWork ProspectsRelated OccupationsNOC CodeComprehensive Information to Make Informed Decisions3
26That’s it - you’ve successfully submitted your course selections!
27OCAS and OUAC Transmission Dates: November Transmission: Marks for college, demographic data for universitiesFebruary Transmission: Interim marks for both college and universityApril Transmission: Interim marks for both college and universityJuly Transmission: Final Marks and proof of graduation
28Offers of AdmissionOffers of admission may be granted as early as February, and will be given on an ongoing basis until May.Most students will receive an offer of admission after the April transmissionOffers must be accepted by May 1, 2012 for Ontario colleges. Each college will determine the due date to confirm offers made after May1, 2012.Offers must be accepted by June 1, 2012 for Ontario universities. The latest date of an offer by any university will be May 29, 2012.
29Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) Students may apply for OSAP once offer from college or university has been accepted.Contact OSAP Officer at the school you will be attending.