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Lakehead Public School Board

 Aviation Link

Schools

High School Course

College Course

Type

Superior  High School

TTJ4C – Transportation Technology

SHSM

AM 130 – Aircraft Construction and Science

Team Taught

To engage students who are interested in the Aviation career path.  Students will experience authentic aviation experiences at Thunder Bay airport at Confederation Colleges Aviation Centre of Excellence. This program is designed to take students in Grades 11 and 12 from all areas and engage them in opportunities in the Aviation Sector. This is a one semester program in which Grade 11 or 12 students can earn college preparation level credits. The in-school and practical work-based cooperative curriculum will take place on-site at the Thunder Bay International Airport. This is a one semester program in which Grade 11 or 12 students can earn college preparation level credits. The program is offered each  semester to students from all high schools. The in-school and practical work-based cooperative curriculum will take place on-site at the Thunder Bay International Airport 

Transportation Link

Schools

High School Course

College Course

Type

Westgate High School

TTJ 4C – Transportation Technology

SHSM

HC123 - Electricity and Electronics

Team Taught

 To engage students who are interested in the Automotive and Transportation Sector.  Students will experience authentic college experiences in the Automotive and Transportation sector through SHSM and SCWI opportunities. This program is designed to take students in Grades 11 and 12 from all areas and engage them in opportunities in the Automotive and Transportation sector. Students enrolled in Transportation Technology and trade relevant SHSM programs will be automatically selected for dual credit studies. The in-school and practical work-based cooperative curriculum will take place at WestgateHigh School and at Confederation College.

Manufacturing Link

Schools

High School Course

College Course

Type

Churchill High School

Superior High School

TMJ4C - Manufacturing Technology

SHSM

WC 126 - T-Joints

Team Taught

To engage students who are interested in the Manufacturing Sector.  Students will experience authentic college experiences in the Manufacturing sector through SHSM and SCWI opportunities. Students enrolled in Manufacturing Technology and trade relevant SHSM programs will be automatically selected for dual credit studies. Non-SHSM students studying technology courses will be screened and interviewed at the school level. This is a program in which Grade 11 or  12 students can earn college preparation level credits. The in-school and practical work-based cooperative curriculum will take place at Sir Winston Churchill Collegiate and Vocational Institute and at Confederation College.

Mining Link

Schools

College Course

Type

Churchill HS

MN 130 - Introduction to Mining (SVB4T- Min.Code)

SHSM

College Delivered

 To engage students with an opportunity to learn about the vast number of jobs available in the ever expanding mining-manufacturing industries emerging in Northwestern Ontario. Students enrolled in the Grade 12 Science/ Geography and/or Technological  programs who would like to be involved in additional opportunities in the Mining sector. We will also be pursuing a SHSM introduction to Mining will be taught at the school level by a qualified College Instructor. There will be numerous trips to the College for additional learning opportunities.in this sector as part of the 2012-13 SHSM application process. Students interested in the Mining Sector will be interviewed and screened at the school level.

College Link and Jump Start

Schools

College Course

Type

College Link - Lakehead DSB

Jump Start -Thunder Bay CDSB

GE 113 - Building Skills for Success (JEB4T -Min.Code)

Top-up Courses

(variety of courses within the college)

 

College Delivered

 

 

College Link and Jump Start are secondary programs offered by the respective school boards at Confederation College. Both are student success programs emphasizing communication, literacy and planning for the future. Students complete credits with the goal of earning an OSSD. The dual-credits provide students the opportunity to experience college, earn a credit, and therefore be better prepared for the future

College Now

Schools

College Course

Type

All Thunder Bay High Schools

GE 113 - Building Skills for Success  (JEB4T- Min.Code)

MM 103 – Digital Photography (AFI4T-Min.Code)

CU 130 – Baking and Pastry Arts (TUE4-Min.CodeT)

MC155- Microsoft Applications (IBI4T-Min.Code)

TP 155 – Tech. Studies (Trades) (TAP4T-Min.Code)

PY114- Understanding Addictions (PPC4T-Min.Code)

SYO66 - Sociology of Community: The Aboriginal Context (NBC4T - Min.Code)

AS110 - Information Age (TQF4T- Min.Code)

AS220-Wellness for Life (PPI4T-Min.Code)

Top-up Courses

(variety of courses within the college)

College Delivered

 

 

 

High School students can attend college with an opportunity to earn credits by participating in college courses that count towards their secondary school diploma and their college diploma or certification. The College Now program provides opportunities to explore career prospects and helps ensure a successful transition to college. Dual credit courses also engage students to the college setting and culture, provide a smooth transition from secondary to post secondary education. Evidence has shown that dual credit programs increase the likelihood of graduation success and reduce dropout rates.