Courses are offered twice a year in September and February. Interested students are asked to complete an application and submit to their principal as soon as possible.
Dual credit courses are available to any school division. Currently four divisions (see drop down) are involved. Interested school districts should contact Janice Aughey, program facilitator, to discuss dual-credit arrangements.
Currently students have the option to take 5 courses. For more details on each course, choose the "courses" tab on the left menu:
- ED 120 - Play
- HS 115 – Exploring Exceptionalities
- SC 140 – Environmental Sustainability
- HL 101 – Introduction to Heavy Oil and Gas
- HS 160 - Introduction to Esthetics
|What are the benefits?|
|What does it cost to enrol?|
|There is no cost for students.|
|How are dual credit courses offered?|
|You participate in 1 of 3 ways:
|Who can apply for dual credit courses?|
|High school students in grades 10 through 12.
|How do I apply?|
Get an application form from your school contact.
You complete an application form and write a paragraph or two explaining why you want to enrol in a dual credit course and how it may help your future career decisions.
|How will I know I've been accepted?|
|Who grades my work?|
|You will receive your final grade from the dual credit teacher. Marks for your CTS courses will be forwarded to your high school.|