Post-Secondary Planning



Did you know that there are multiple post secondary destinations? With so many possibilities, it can be difficult to decide. It is never too early to make an appointment with your future!

*For university and college applications, you will create your account using your OEN - Ontario Education Number. This is not your TDSB student number. This number is on your report card, or please ask your guidance counsellor.


There are hundreds of degree programs and many university choices - it's a huge decision!. Start your journey into university programming by visiting Ontario Universities Info.


Ontario Colleges, through OCAS are on the cutting edge of career preparation and the teachers have experience in their field. It can be more cost effective, community oriented and colleges and universities have many opportunities to gain a diploma and move into a degree program. 

Thinking about college first and linking to a degree completion after? Check out the Ontario College-to-University transfer options


Skilled tradespeople are in high demand! If you are considering an apprenticeship, OYAP TDSB offers an Accelerated program that provides amazing opportunities in your last semester of high school to get training and a Co-op placement while earning hours toward your apprenticeship. 

To find out more about the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program visit OYAP

Share this information with a potential employer: Government of Ontario "hire an apprentice" program

Workplace Preparation

For students planning on going straight into the workplace from high school, our Co-operative Education program can give you a head start on preparing for skills that are essential for the workplace.

For help in your job search try: and to connect with community and job agencies in our area. For many employers, the minimum education requirement is earning your OSSD. 

Gap Year

Not quite sure about what you want to do after graduation? Consider taking a year off to buy into an enriching experience through work or service in your local and/or global community. See your counsellor for help in planning your gap year activities.