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School Programs K-12

Programs in the UCDSB

The Upper Canada District School Board offers a variety of unique programs and learning opportunities for student of all ages.

  • Co-operative Education - provides Grade 11 and 12 students with the opportunity to earn High School credits through an unpaid work placement.

  • Dual Credit – high school students to take college or apprenticeship course that counts towards both their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).

  • E-learninghigh school students can enroll in online classes not offered at their school, as way to customize their education based on their strengths, needs and interests.

  • English as a Second Language - a program intended to support English Language Learners (ELLs) as they learn English while simultaneously meeting curriculum expectations.

  • French ProgrammingStudents can take either core French or French Immersion within the UCDSB.

  • Indigenous StudiesLearn more about how the UCDSB incorporates indigenous studies throughout the curriculum.

  • Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Programan opportunity for students to begin working on an apprenticeship in a skilled trade while still in high school.

  • Specialist High Skills Major students focus on a career path that matches their skills and interests while meeting the requirements of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).

  •  Experiential Learning Students are given tasks that allow them to demonstrate their learning, demonstrate explicit thinking, and encourage discussion and deeper learning.

  • International EducationThe UCDSB welcomes hundreds of students from across the globe to our classrooms each school year.

  • Summer Learning OptionsThere are a variety of summer learning options for students who want to gain credits, improve there marks, or reach ahead over the summer.
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