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Post-Secondary Information

Please book an appointment if you have any questions or need assistance with your applications!


How to Apply

Community Service Hours

Community Service Requirements and Information

**Please note for the 2021-2022 School Year that only 20 hours are required to graduate

Community Hours
Your Community Involvement Activity Record can be filled out and submitted to Student Services

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Focus Programs / SHSM

SHSM
SHSM - Specialist High Skills Major

The Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) is an innovative approach to earning a secondary school diploma (OSSD) funded by the Ministry of Education as part of the provincial Student Success Strategy designed to “reach every student”.  
The SHSM enables students to customize their Secondary School experience to suit their interests and talents while preparing them for a successful post-secondary transition into apprenticeship training, college, university, or direct entry into employment.  
Limestone students will have the opportunity to qualify for an SHSM in one of the following sectors:  Arts & Culture, Construction, Energy, Environment, Forestry, Health & Wellness, Hospitality & Tourism, Justice, Community Safety and Emergency Services, Manufacturing, Sports and Transportation.


SHSM

SHSM in LDSB

Learn more about SHSM and how to apply

Check out all of the SHSM programs in LDSB!

OYAP

Co-operative Education

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Wes Garrod
Phone Image  613-544-4811 ext. 11134
[email protected] 
Please email or book an appointment

Coop info

Coop

Goals of Cooperative Education
All students can benefit from participating in cooperative education. In their experiences in cooperative education, students will develop:
• a reflective habit of mind to derive meaning from their experiences;
• the ability to apply (e.g., transfer) their learning to influence decisions and actions in various aspects of their lives;
• the skills, knowledge, and habits of mind required to become competent and confident education and career/life planners.


Co-op in LDSB

Cooperative Education - The Ontario Curriculum

Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program

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Duke of Edinburgh's Award

Duke of Ed

The Duke of Ed Award - Your journey starts here!

  • Looks great on applications
  • Is open to all students age 13-25
  • Is a process of personal development
  • Is a personal challenge that is non-academic and non-competitive
  • Is an adventure
  • Is fun!

Check it out. www.dukeofed.org. Need more information, see Ms. Huskilson in Student Services.

Getting started on your Bronze

Note: See Ms. Huskilson for more details

Guide to Bronze