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​​​​​​Post Secondary Pathways

​Planning an initial post secondary pathway is exciting, but can also be a time of uncertainty.

​Sometimes, students will graduate and return to St. Michael in the following school year to complete additional courses in order to gain greater experience or obtain additional education required for a post-secondary destination.

Post secondary destinations, the programs they offer, the campuses available, the flexibility in carving your way, have all changed significantly over the years.

​Students who are leaving St. Michael to community living can also speak with their Special Education Resource Teacher (SERT) about Partners in Employment.








​App​renctice​ship





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​College

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​Collaborative Programs (University/College)

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World of Work






The Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities provides a wealth of information related to job market trends, job searching, and job profiles.  Open the Employment and Learning tab when visiting the website linked to the Ontario image.ontario_logo.gif


Youth Connect has a lot of valuable information related to job hunting, both during your secondary school days, and also if the world of work is your post-secondary destination.​
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University



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myblueprint.ca access allows every student and parent to also research, plan, collect data, and become more familiar with post-secondary opportunities.  
It is also the program through which students select their high school courses from year to year.
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