Intermediate (7-10)

By this age, many students will be using the Internet as a resource as easily as their textbook, the library, or other sources of information. However, they still may have problems separating truth from speculation, not to mention outright misinformation. These links will help students get the right information from the right sources, and guide their future choices.

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Senior (11-12)

At this point, students rely upon the Internet for much of their research for school projects, essays, and other learning. Just like adults though, they may be susceptible to picking up misinformation from questionable websites. Even “reputable” websites may be wrong from time to time – the old adage “Don’t believe everything you read” certainly applies in the Information Age. We have reviewed the following links to help increase accuracy of the information presented.

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Course Planning

Current grade 9, 10, 11, and returning Grade 12 students of St Ignatius and St Patrick will now be able to request courses for the next school year on line using the Career Cruising Course Planner. School guidance staff will be providing further information to students.

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Community Involvement

Getting involved and volunteering in the community is not only encouraged at our schools, it is a secondary school graduation requirement. It encourages students to respond as Christian disciples to the needs of our community.

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Specialist High Skills Major Program

This program allows students to focus their learning on a specific economic sector while meeting their diploma requirements. It enables students to gain sector-specific skills and knowledge in career-related learning environments and helps them focus on graduation and on pursuing their post-secondary goals.

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Summer Education

The Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board offers a Summer CLASS program at Confederation College each July. Summer CLASS offers students the opportunity to complete credits they were unsuccessful completing or allows senior students (Gr. 11 / 12) to earn both high school and college credits concurrently.

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