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General Information
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BOOKING APPOINTMENTS
At any time students can visit student services and book an appointment through Val Cartier with one of the Counsellors. Appointments can be used to discuss areas such as course selection, special programming, college and university information, etc.

ADDING and DROPPING COURSES
Students can change courses that they're are currently in only within the first two weeks of the semester.

COURSE SELECTIONS
The course selection process occurs in late February and early March.

COURSE DESCRIPTION CATALOGUE
Students and parents can look through the following catalogue to see what courses are offered at Ernestown.
Course Calendar 2017-2018.pdf


OPTION SHEETS FOR COURSE SELECTIONS
Grade 9 option sheet.pdf
               
Grade 10 Course Selection.pdf
Grade 11 Course Selection.pdf
   
Grade 12 Course Selection.pdf

TRANSCRIPTS
Students requiring a transcript can visit student services and order one through Val Cartier. The cost of printing an offical transcript is $5.00.

COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS
In order for student's to graduate with an OSSD they need to complete 40 hours of community service or volunteer work. Students can pick up a tracking sheet in Student Services or download this Community Service Activity Record.  Once all of the hours are completed they will be kept within the Student's OSR. For more information check out Ontario Ministry of Education.

Community Service Hours Form.pdf


COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
Co-operative education (co-op) is an increasingly popular program in which senior students receive credits towards secondary graduation for practical on-the-job experience. Students in co-op spend time at a work placement under the supervision of a teacher coordinator and an employer supervisor.  The program offers 1 to 4 credits per semester. Our placements offer a wide variety of options for students. At present we have over four hundred employers that have participated in our co-op program.

Students can become  involved in Coop by visiting Student Services and booking a meeting with Mike Zanibbi or one of the counsellors.














































 

 
Last Modified: Feb 22, 2017
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