Learners are innovative thinkers who are successful, confident, respectful and caring

Scenario 1: In-school classes resume

Knowledge and Employability Program

Knowledge and Employability courses provide students with opportunities to experience success and become well-prepared for employment, further post-secondary studies, engaged citizenship, and life-long learning. Students have the opportunity to participate in two, three week work experience placements when they are in grade 10 and 11. The attitudes, skills, knowledge, and workplace competencies found within the various core and occupational Knowledge and Employability courses are aligned with other grade-level programs of study. They are intended to maximize opportunities for student success and to support high school completion. Students enrolled in K&E courses work toward a Certificate of High School Achievement (80 credits), they can then choose to continue on to complete their High School Diploma requirements (100 credits).