Career Education

Courses:  Career Education 8, Career Education 9, Career Life Education 10, & Career Life Connections 11-12

Career & Health Education 8 and 9 (Required)
The aim of Career Education 8 and 9 is to provide students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will assist them in making informed decisions related to their education, skill set and their future careers.

Career Education 8 and 9 provides a foundation of learning, personal development, connections to the community, and hopefully a start to a student’s life and career plan.  Furthermore, Career Education offers individual students opportunities to acquire the knowledge and competencies necessary for success in school, in the workplace, and in their daily lives.


Career Life Education & Career Life Explorations 10-12 (Required)
Career-Life Education (CLE) is a required course for graduation. The goal of the course is to enable students to develop the skills they need to become self-directed individuals who display initiative, establish goals, make thoughtful decisions, and take responsibility for pursuing their goals in an ever-changing society.

CLE provides opportunities for students to plan for successful learning in the Graduation Program, explore a wide range of post-secondary education and career options, think critically about health issues and decisions, develop financial literacy skills related to pursuing their education and career goals, and begin planning the actions required to pursue post-secondary destinations and career paths.​