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Education & Career/Life Planning

Limestone Learning Foundation

Ontario’s education and career/life planning program helps students in Kindergarten to Grade 12 to set and achieve their personal goals. The program, outlined in Creating Pathways to Successhelps students become competent, successful and contributing members of society. 

The vision of Creating Pathways for Success is to have all students leave secondary school with a clear plan for their initial post-secondary destination, whether in apprenticeship training, college, community living, university, or the workplace, and with confidence in their ability to implement, and revise or adapt, their plan throughout their lives as they and the world around them change. This vision sees students as the architects of their own lives.

To support this vision, students are encouraged to explore four inquiry questions: Who am I? What are my opportunities? Who do I want to become? What is my plan for achieving my goals?

Graphic outlining four questions to help guide students' planning.

From Kindergarten to Grade 12, students will continuously learn about themselves and their opportunities. Some of this learning will occur in the classroom, but many learning experiences will also occur at home or in the community. To help students reflect on their unique and individual learning students can collect evidence in two ways.

From Kindergarten to Grade 6, students will keep a portfolio of their learning called All About Me .

Starting in Grade 7 and throughout high school, students will use the myBlueprint education planner. myBlueprint allows students to plan and select high school courses, explore occupations and post-secondary option and record important information and reflections related to their career and education planning.

 

The Limestone District School Board is situated on traditional territories of the Anishinaabe & Haudenosaunee.