Making My Way offers online resources and tools to help you make informed decisions and explore your options after high school. You'll also learn about the five pathways to success after high school—apprenticeship, college, independent living, university and the workplace.
Explore career options and educational requirements in different sectors —arts, business, health/sciences, IT, social sciences and skilled trades.
If you're in grade 8 or in high school, you'll need to select courses for the following year. The Common Course Calendar will provide course descriptions, prerequisites and information about how to select courses. Talk to your parents, a guidance counsellor at your school or a teacher about your choice of courses.
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Making My Way: Pathways for all students brochure
Peel District School Board pathway programs provide a range of diverse and engaging learning opportunities, courses and programs.
The pathways brochure will help you discover some of the dynamic and innovative pathway programs in Peel schools.
Find important information about 40 hours of volunteer work needed to graduate
myBlueprint.ca/peel is an interactive education planning tool that gives you the ability to make the most informed decisions about your education. It requires a username and password which you can get from your guidance counsellor at your home school.
Parent's Guide to High School will provide you with a snapshot of what you need to know to help your teen be successful.
Parent resources are available to help support your child's success in all grade levels and subject areas.
JobsPeopleDo.com allows students to identify career choices that interest them and select the appropriate academic requirements needed for a career in that chosen field.
Real Talk is designed to provide high school students with the opportunity to gain "peer to peer" perspectives, tips and advice from young people who have recently made the school to work transition.
Parent's Guide to High School
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Translations of the guide are available here.
myBlueprint is an online educational planning tool, students begin the process of exploring education and career choices. Students and parents can visit our myBlueprint resource page.