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POST-SECONDARY PLANNING GRADE 12. N. Smith A-F C. Borden G-M & Mac L. MacLean N-Z & Mc. Graduation Requirements You are responsible to make sure you have the following compulsory credits for graduation (18 in total):. 3 English 2 Math 2 Science

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Post secondary planning grade 12

POST-SECONDARY PLANNING GRADE 12

N. Smith A-F

C. Borden G-M & Mac

L. MacLean N-Z & Mc


Graduation RequirementsYou are responsible to make sure you have the following compulsory credits for graduation (18 in total):

  • 3 English

  • 2 Math

  • 2 Science

  • 2 of Technology, Math or Science

  • 1 Physical Education

  • 1 Canadian History

  • 1Fine Arts

  • Global His 12/Geo 12

  • 5 Grade 12

  • French Immersion

    9 Credits


Steps in career planning
Steps in Career Planning

  • Self-assessment – Career Cruising

  • Career awareness match between self and careers

  • Occupational trends

  • Post-secondary awareness

  • Decision making

  • Follow through


Information
Information

  • Announcements

  • Virtual Guidance Office

  • Scholarship Binder

  • Bulletin Boards


Options after High SchoolAbout 80% of high school students will eventually go on to some form of post-secondary educationAbout 54% of university students graduate from their original program of interest.(Globe and Mail, 2011)

  • University/College

  • Paid/Volunteer Work

  • Private school

  • Apprenticeship

  • Travel

  • Upgrading


Application process
Application Process

  • Atlantic universities and colleges - February

  • Deadlines vary

  • NSCC apply now

  • Transcripts - Julie King


Admissions information

Check admission requirements and deadlines

First semester marks and grade 11 marks for early admission.

Processing fee

On-line

Separate application for residence

Admissions Information


Scholarships
Scholarships

  • External: Community based scholarships that arrive throughout year

  • Internal: School based scholarships

  • Entrance scholarships

  • Internet options

    Studentawards.com

    Scholarshipscanada.com

  • Parent/Guardian work scholarships

  • Involvement i.e. community and school involvement

  • Bursaries/scholarships for visible minorities, students with disabilities


Student loans

Are meant to supplement income

Not all students are eligible

Student Line of Credit another option to subsidize education

Students don’t apply until late May/June

Students must apply on-line

Processing time takes from 4-6 weeks

Website:

studentloans.ednet.ns.ca

Student loans


Apprenticeship
APPRENTICESHIP

  • On-the-job training

  • Graduate must find employer

  • 2000 hours = 1 year of training

  • Apprentices earn 40-90% of journeyperson while training

  • Only certain trades have apprenticeship options (60+)

  • For more information:

    nsapprenticeship.ca/


Nova scotia community college
Nova Scotia Community College

  • 13 campuses across Nova Scotia

  • Over 140 program options

  • Programs suitable for all types of students

  • Nova Scotia is experiencing a shortage of skilled workers

  • Articulation Agreements

  • Waitlists


Private career colleges
Private Career Colleges

  • Occupational training offered by a business

  • Less stringent admission requirements but tuition maybe more expensive

  • Nova Scotia has over 40 registered private colleges


Coop internship programs
Coop/Internship programs

  • Post-secondary study and work experience combined


Students with disabilities
Students with Disabilities

  • May qualify for post-secondary special grants and/or services: tutoring, note taking, assistive technology, computers, etc.

  • Indicate on applications and student loan forms

  • Verification required


University Requirements: Halifax

  • Bachelor of Arts – English plus 4 academic grade 12 courses

  • Bachelor of Science – English, Pre-Calculus, 2 grade 12 Sciences plus 1 grade 12 academic course

  • Bachelor of Commerce – English, Mathematics (in some cases, Pre-Calculus) plus 3 other academic courses

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Un iversity requirements halifax
University Requirements: Halifax

  • Bachelor of Engineering – English, Pre-Calculus, Chemistry, Physics plus 1 other academic course

  • Bachelor of Computer Science – English, Pre-Calculus plus 3 other academic courses

  • Bachelor of Nursing – English, Math, Chemistry, Biology plus 1 other academic courses

  • Please check with institution regarding which academic classes will be accepted (FVP 12).


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