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Other Programs

Advanced Placement
The Advanced Placement Program (AP) is a cooperative agreement between participating secondary schools and post-secondary institutions. AP courses permit you to undertake additional academic content as identified by postsecondary institutions. 

More Information about AP in Canada 

Cisco/Nortel Systems
These programs provide specialized equipment and staff training so that technology departments in several schools can offer selected you the opportunity to earn CISCO/Nortel Networking certification through the completion of successive Communications Technology credits. 

The Literacy Enrichment Academic Program (LEAP) is for newcomers who need intensive upgrading in literacy, mathematics, and study skills. To enter these programs, you must have an assessment at one of the Newcomer Reception Centres

Extended French 
These courses have been designed for students who have had 1,080 to 1,440 hours of instruction in French in elementary school. The program includes French, plus other subjects studied in the French Language.  

French Immersion 
These courses have been designed for students who have had 3,000 to 6,000 hours of instruction in French in elementary school. This program includes French, plus other subjects studied in the French language.  

Specialized Tech/Co-op OYAP Programs
These programs offer you the opportunity to take concentrated senior tech courses combined with cooperative education experiences to help find paid employment in the workplace. 

More Information About Specialized Tech/Co-op OYAP Programs 

Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
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