After graduation from High School students have several options:
Enter the Work Force
This may involve short-term coursework (6 weeks – 6 months) at a private training centre or a community college.
Counsellors or the Career Information Advisor can be consulted for help in choosing a university to research. Please check the university websites for on-line registration, programs and admission requirements.
Scholarship and bursary opportunities are also found on this website.
General University Program Requirements (Entrance requirements vary significantly for different Post-Secondary Institutions).
Please check the institution's website!
Science students must have a minimum of Pre-Calculus 11 with Calculus 12 strongly recommended. In addition, English 11 and 12, Physics 11 and Chemistry 11 are required with at least two of Biology 12, Chemistry 12 or Physics 12. A second language 11 and 12 course may be required.
Arts students must have English 12 and at least three other academic grade 12 courses such as: History 12, Law 12, Economics 12, Social Justice 12 (not all schools), Sustainable Resources 12 (some schools), Literature 12, French 12 or French Immersion 12, Biology 12, Physics 12, Chemistry 12 or Foundations of Mathematics 12. A second language 11 and 12 may also be required.
Fine Arts students will require an English 12, as well as a least three other grade 12 provincially authorized courses. These may include one music, drama or art course. A portfolio of work or an audition may be required.
Technical Students Technical programs call for English12 or Communications 12, but may have special requirements that need to be researched before starting grade 11. An appointment with a counsellor, career information advisor or a visit to the appropriate website is strongly advised. Please see this website for more information on Trades programs.