Planning Your Future
Making choices for your future isn’t always easy. We recognize that
every student is created in the image of God with unique gifts,
interests, goals and strengths. We appreciate your individuality as a
student and want to make sure you are provided with every opportunity to
succeed in high school.
There are so many options of things to do once you have completed high
school – perhaps you want to enter the world of work, train for an
apprenticeship or pursue post-secondary education at college or
university. Whatever path you choose, it is important to start planning
now so that you can be better prepared for the future.
If you have any questions or would like more assistance choosing your
high school courses, please book an appointment with your guidance
This guide has been created by the
Regional Assessment and Resource Centre (RARC). RARC provides accurate
and comprehensive assessments and follow-up services to post-secondary
students with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and ASD.
Transition to Post-Secondary Education Resource Guide for students with disabilities