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Grade 12 Option Presentation
40 hours community service: Do you have them? Due to Guidance by end of May.
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
New for Landscape Architecture THD 4M1 This will be a hands on course that will teach you the various aspects of landscape design and construction Students will have an opportunity to work in the courtyard to develop real life skills
New for Fitness and Recreation Leadership PLF4C This course will be 70% classroom based and 30% activity based Ideal for those students looking to develop or improve their leadership abilities in a phys ed setting This course will prepare students for Fitness and Recreation programs at College
Co-op Program at Mowat 1.There is no application process– simply choose COOP as an option in myBlueprint.ca/tdsb 2.COOP4 – 4 credit full day every other day 3.COOP2 – 2 credit half day every other day 4.For more information: a) see Mrs. Graves or Mr. Dias Monday’s in the library b) see a guidance counselor 5.In March and April the COOP teachers will meet with you to discuss your placement and options moving forward
On line course selection opens: February 8 th, 2012 On line course selection closes: February 21 st, 2012 Students that do not submit course selections in myBlueprint by Feb. 21 st must see a guidance counsellor Course Selection Timelines
Not 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 tab ie: COLLEGE, APPREN, NEWHS, WORK, UNIVER, OTHER
MYBLUEPRINT COURSE SELECTION GUIDE
Add Courses to Official Plan Review and Submit Courses Log into myBlueprint Enter OEN/DOB (on first visit) Access High School Planner STUDENT COURSE SELECTION STEPS Print and Return Sign-Off Sheet
VISIT: 2 SELECT YOUR SECONDARY SCHOOL 1 Visit... Select your school
ENTER OEN/DOB (FIRST VISIT) Select your Grade Enter your OEN & Date of Birth
ACCESS HIGH SCHOOL PLANNER Click on “Plan Courses”
step 1 Click on Add step 2 Click on the course you would like to select step 3 Click Add Course to Plan
HIGH SCHOOL PLANNER step 2 Click “Submit” when you have selected your courses and are ready to submit step 1 Click “View Progress” to view your Graduation Status
REVIEW AND SUBMIT COURSES step 1 Review your selections step 2 Click Confirm and Print when you are ready to submit Note: You will not be able to change your course selections in myBlueprint after this step. Please consult your Guidance Counsellor if you wish to make any changes after you have submitted your courses. Note: You will not be able to change your course selections in myBlueprint after this step. Please consult your Guidance Counsellor if you wish to make any changes after you have submitted your courses.
PRINT SIGN-OFF SHEET Congratulations! You’re done! Please print and return a signed copy of your Course Selection Sign-Off Sheet to your Counsellor or Teacher. Congratulations! You’re done! Please print and return a signed copy of your Course Selection Sign-Off Sheet to your Counsellor or Teacher.
VISIT: 2 SELECT SECONDARY SCHOOL & CREATE ACCOUNT 1 3 ENTER OEN & DATE OF BIRTH 4 BEGIN PLANNING YOUR COURSES CONTACT US
Record Your Goals, High School Plans and Graduation Requirements
Short List (Save) the Opportunities That Interest You
Standardized Data Saves You Time and Makes Exploration Easy
NOC Code Regulated/Unregulated Length of Program In-Class Hours Training Breakdown Suggested Courses Main Duties Apprenticeship Information Provided: Description Industry Sector Minimum Entry Grade Red Seal Trade Average Wage Rate Governing Body Industry Committee College & University Information Provided: Overview Number of Students/Faculty Male/Female Ratio Location, City Population Living Expenses Transportation Options Varsity Sports Contact Information Direct Links Program Description Credential Awarded Length of Program Tuition Fees Course Prerequisites Minimum Average Non-Academic Requirements Study Options Focus of Study Workplace & Occupation Information Provided: Overview Nature of the Work Main Duties Skills and Abilities Average Wage/Earnings Required Education Employment Prospects Work Prospects Related Occupations NOC Code Comprehensive Information to Make Informed Decisions
That’s it - you’ve successfully submitted your course selections!
OCAS and OUAC Transmission Dates: November Transmission: Marks for college, demographic data for universities February Transmission: Interim marks for both college and university April Transmission: Interim marks for both college and university July Transmission: Final Marks and proof of graduation
Offers of Admission Offers 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 transmission Offers must be accepted by May 1, 2012 for Ontario colleges. Each college will determine the due date to confirm offers made after May1, 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.
Ontario 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.