Land-based learning is a way for students to engage in learning opportunities grounded in Indigenous knowledges, cultures, traditions, and ways of being.
Cooperative education gives students an opportunity to earn credits by integrating course curriculum with learning at a work placement.
Adult Dual Credits
Dual credits give students a unique opportunity to earn both college and high school credits at the same time.
Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP)
OYAP is a school-to-work program that opens the door to explore and work in apprenticeship placements.
Independent learning courses allow students to complete course work at home or at school on their own schedule.
Blended Learning with Technology
Students have the opportunity to work and learn online using platforms such as Google Classroom and Brightspace.
PLAR allows mature students to earn up to 16 grade 9 and 10 credits by completing 4 assessments and up to 10 grade 11 and 12 credits through an evaluation of their previous work, education, and life experiences.