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myBlueprint

myBlueprint All About Me (K-6) and Education planner (7-12 and beyond) are online, interactive education and career planning tools that personalize learning for Kindergarten to Grade 12 students through self-reflection, goal setting, portfolio building and exploring age-appropriate pathways and occupations.

Student accounts are automatically created. Students have single sign on through their SchoolZone accounts>Apps>myBlueprint. Student information is updated weekly on Wednesdays. To create an account without accessing myBlueprint through SchoolZone, you can find detailed instructions the Getting Started Guide for Students.

 

CAMPUS EPSB

Through Campus EPSB, students earn high school credits or industry credentials to prepare for post-secondary education. Campus EPSB allows students flexible, exciting ways to explore career opportunities and get hands-on experience.  Campus EPSB is offered in the first or second semester at six district high schools - Centre High, Eastglen, M.E. LaZerte, McNally, Queen Elizabeth and W.P. Wagner.

Once registered in their high schools, international students can meet with their international student advisors, to investigate the possibility of participating in Campus EPSB. Students who participate in Campus EPSB are considered students of the school they initially register in. The following options are available:

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN:  Work with industry professionals in this dual credit program as you start apprenticeship training in the automotive service technician program.  

COMPUTER SCIENCE:Understand the world of computers from start to finish. This program will give you time to build your skills in computing and technology.

COSMETOLOGY:  Start apprenticeship training in cosmetology and hairdressing and work alongside industry professionals.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE CAREER PATHWAYS (ERCP LEVEL 1):  Gain exposure and skills in a variety of emergency response pathways. ERCP Level 1 introduces students to careers in Fire, Paramedic, Police and Security. Students may gain certification or instruction and meet industry professionals working in the field. This course is open to 4th-year high school students who are a minimum of 18 years old before September 28th, 2018.

HEALTH CARE AIDE: Obtain provincially recognized certification as a Health Care Aide.  This opportunity has associated costs including a $250 program cost, a $50 criminal record check, and a $48-$60 immunization assessment appointment fee.

PERFORMING ARTS:  Immerse yourself in the performing arts. Learn and develop your skills while connecting with community and performing arts professionals.

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, ARTS, MATH (STEAM):  Apply concepts by designing hands-on projects to demonstrate your understanding of science, technology, engineering, and art through literacy and mathematics.  Explore engineering fields with an emphasis on art and science.  Earn credentials and certifications while exploring engineering fields.

STEEL CONSTRUCTION: Learn about construction through hands-on activities that combine industry-level skill development and networking opportunities.

If Campus EPSB is of interest to you, connect with your EPS international student advisor for more information!