Grade 10 Students: Backwards Planning for Course Selection
Post Secondary Program Planning and Career Planning
Not sure of your future career path? Visit the Real Talk website and read about personal stories from students and their career choices.
Interested in a career in the Trades? Would you like to have the chance to start an apprenticeship during high school? If yes, visit the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program website for complete details!
Interested in pursuing an Apprenticeship after high school? Visit the Ontario College of Trades to learn more.
Interested in College Programs? Research and explore programs offered by Colleges in Ontario by visiting the Ontario Colleges website.
Interested in University Programs? Research and explore programs offered by Universities in Ontario by visiting the Ontario Universities website.
Ready to apply to your University Programs? Have your list of schools ready, complete with program names and program codes. Visit the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre website and complete the OUAC 101 application.
Need help paying for school? You’re in the right spot.
This is where you apply for OSAP or 30% Off Ontario Tuition. Get started by registering or login to apply online or check the status of your application – all in one place.
Are you struggling with your course work? Do you need some extra help? Come to the Guidance Office and speak to a Guidance Counsellor about IE Weldon’s Tutor List. Counsellors will provide students with a list of senior students who have offered their time to provide tutoring. It is the responsibility of the student and parents to contact and arrange times with the prospective tutor. Tutors can provide their service for Community Service hours, or for a fee.
If you specifically need some extra help with Math, visit the Homework Help website to access tutoring on-line.
Do you need help to organize and plan how long you spend on specific activities? Use the following PowerPoint presentation for some useful tips on becoming more organized, have greater productivity, and have less stress.
See the attached brochure provided for your guide to Social Services in the City of Kawartha Lakes.
Are you in need of help right now? Do you need to talk to a counsellor? Visit the Kids Help Phone website for details.
Are you in need of legal advice? Do you need to speak to a Lawyer? Visit the Teen Legal Help Line website to find assistance.