Another Pathways Planning Information evening is taking place at Abbey Park High School this evening (Thursday, November 4th). Pathway sessions allow parents and students to explore opportunities that high schools have to offer in Halton.
The Halton District School Board believes that the needs of students are changing and that looking into the various programs offered by the board can help students succeed in their chosen pathway after high school, whether they are pursuing apprenticeship, college, university or the workplace. Find out more information about new and innovative programs and how to plan for them in your child’s senior years of high school.
Tonight session starts at 6:30 pm. Additional sessions take place as follows:
Thursday, November 4 at Abbey Park High School, Oakville
Tuesday, November 30 at Robert Bateman High School, Burlington
Thursday, December 2 at Acton District High School, Acton
Come out and get more information on how your child can better prepare themselves for a rapidly changing world, at the same time as receiving a relevant, engaging and active education that meets their individual interests and needs.
These programs include:
- new Specialist High Skills Major programs
- Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Programs
- Specialty School to Career programs
- expanded Cooperative Education programs
- Dual Credit college programs and more.