2015 Secondary School Regional Program Information

1)  Most if not all of these programs are online applications only.  The Ministry of Education will still not allow us to issue OEN (Ontario Education Numbers).  I have contacted the schools and you can leave the OEN box blank and still complete the registration package.

2)  As you can see the two boards have decided that they don't want to work together and all Peel Board of Education applications are due before the Dufferin-Peel Board applications are available.

3)  This is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT - IF YOU ARE APPLYING TO MULTIPLE PROGRAMS AND ARE ACCEPTED INTO MORE THAN ONE, YOU CAN ONLY CHOOSE ONE PROGRAM.  ONCE YOU MAKE A CHOICE ALL OTHER OFFERS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE, SO PLEASE CHOOSE WISELY.

4)  We will try and have another evening like we did last year with Alumni available to to speak to the various regional programs, but with Peel moving all their applications dates up it is difficult to organize quickly.


A List of Regional High School Programs
And Private High Schools in Peel

Grade 9 Regional High School Programs
 

Regional Arts Program (RAP)

Mayfield Secondary School (Peel Board of Education)
5000 Mayfield Rd, RR. No. 4
Caledon, L7C 0Z5
905-846-6060
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
***For any student living south of the 401 – you need to apply to Cawthra Park***

Cawthra Park Secondary School
1305 Cawthra Rd.
Mississauga, ON  L5G 4L1
905-274-1271
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
 
St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School (Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board)
25 Corporation Dr.
Brampton, L6S 6A2
Tel. (905) 791-1195 (Choose Option 6)
Fax. (905)793-4665
Open House:  Thursday, November 13th
Application Dates – December 1st – December 4th
 
 
Flexography
Flexography is all about package print technology and a growing segment of the printing industry. Students learn to design and manufacture industry-standard packaging products. The program prepares students for entry into post-secondary programs, or a career in the printing industry upon graduation.  Students may apply to begin the program in grades 9, 10 or 11.
 
Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School (Peel Board of Education)
1490 Ogden Ave.
Mississauga, L5E 2H8
905-274-2391
Online Application available:  Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
International Baccalaureate (IB)
The International Baccalaureate program provides a stimulating academic environment that celebrates learning and connects it to the world outside the classroom. It emphasizes awareness and acceptance of all cultures and attitudes, and fosters an understanding of how and why we learn.
The International Baccalaureate program is designed by the International Baccalaureate Organization, a non-profit Swiss-based educational foundation. It was formed in 1968 with an initial goal of establishing a common curriculum and university entry credentials. Upon completion of the IB program, students earn a diploma that is recognized by universities internationally.
 
 
**All students who live south of Bovaird apply to Turner Fenton.


Turner Fenton Secondary School (Peel Board of Education)
7935 Kennedy Rd., South
Brampton, L6V3N2
905-453-9220
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
 
***All students who live north of Bovaird apply to Harold Braithwaite


Harold M. Brathwaite Secondary School (Peel Board of Educaton)
415 Great Lakes Dr.
Brampton, ON  L6R 2Z4
905-793-2155
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
 
Notre Dame Secondary School (Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board)
2 Notre Dame Avenue
Brampton, L6Z 4L5
Phone: 905.840.2802
Fax: 905.846.2625
Information Night:  Thursday, October 23rd at 6:30 p.m.
 
 
International Business and Technology (IBT)
The International Business Technology (IBT) program builds on the traditional curriculum by providing students with a challenging program in all academic areas. Students enrolled in the program will explore subjects from a global perspective.
The IBT program's award-winning and innovative approach extends beyond the classroom to the real world. Since the program began in 1994, it has become a recognized leader in:
business and entrepreneurial innovation
the use of technology to support learning
the development of positive student attitudes towards academics, personal management and teamwork
providing students with lifelong learning strategies that encourage success
North Park Secondary School (Peel Board of Education)
10 North Park Dr.
Brampton, L6S 3M1
905-456-1906
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
 
International and Executive Leadership Academy
The International and Executive Leadership Academy builds leaders for tomorrow. In this technologically engaging program, students in the International and Executive Leadership Academy complete all of the requirements of the Ontario curriculum while participating in enhancements such as conferences, field trips, camps and specialized workshops designed to develop critical thinking, creativity and confidence. The program provides opportunities for students to take part in local, national and global projects and complete industry-recognized certifications. Students will participate in the prestigious and internationally recognized Duke of Edinburgh Award to further develop their leadership skills in the areas of community service, adventurous journey, skill and physical recreation.
 

TL Kennedy Secondary School (Peel Board of Education)
3100 Hurontario St.
Mississauga, ON  L5B 1N7
905-279-6540
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
 
Regional Single Sex Secondary School
Holy Name of Mary Catholic S.S. - Regional All Girls School
115 Glenvale Boulevard, Brampton  
Information Night: November 20, 2014 at 7:00 p.m
 
 

SciTech
The SciTech program integrates a hands-on, minds-on philosophy and provides students with an interactive approach to learning. The program is enhanced through the science and technology curriculum and through participation in activities such as excursions, guest speakers, competitions and clubs.
 
Chinguacousy Secondary School
1370 Williams Parkway
Brampton, ON  L6S 1V3
905-791-2400
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
 
Sports
The Regional Sports Program exposes students to a range of physical activities and focuses on lifelong health, wellness and leadership. Students in the program participate in physical education year round and take part in co-curricular athletics or community involvement to build leadership skills. Students have the opportunity to complete industry-recognized certifications in first aid, personal training, coaching and officiating, among others. In grade 11, students will have the option to transition into the Specialist High Skills Major program in sports.
 
Applewood Heights Secondary School (Peel Board of Education)
945 Bloor St. E
Mississauga, ON  L4Y 2M8
905-279-6090
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
Strings
Students enrolled in the Regional Strings program (for violin, viola, cello and bass) have the opportunity to explore the many facets of string playing through Chamber Strings (for advanced players), Intermediate Strings (for students with one or two years experience), and Beginning Strings (for students with no previous experience). While still completing the Ontario curriculum, students in the strings program will experience a range of musical opportunities including performing with full orchestra and ensemble, professional coaching sessions, attendance at live concerts and rehearsals, master classes with professional musicians, and an educational excursion to Europe in alternate years. Students receive a certificate upon completion of the four-year program.
 
Central Peel Secondary School (Peel Board of Education)
32 Kennedy Rd. N.
Brampton, ON  L6V 1X4
905-451-0432 ext. 337
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
 
Truck and Coach Technology
The Truck and Coach Technology program offered at Bramalea Secondary School compliments the school’s existing Specialist High Skills Major program in transportation. Students in the Truck and Coach Technology program will complete all requirements of the Ontario secondary school diploma, while taking courses focused on various aspects of the transportation industry. Classes will take place in a new state-of-the-art facility. The program prepares students for entry into post-secondary programs, or a career in the transportation industry upon graduation.
 
Bramalea Secondary School (Peel Board of Education)
510 Balmoral Drive
Brampton, ON  L6T 1W4
905-793-2400
Online Application available: Thursday, October 16th
Deadline for Applications: November 11th
 
 
****More information about each of these programs is available through the respective school’s website. ***
 
 
Private High Schools in the Area
 
Toronto Montessori School                                               Mentor College
8569 Bayview Ave. Richmond Hill, ON                           40 Forest Avenue, Mississauga, ON
Telephone: (905) 889-6882                                              Telephone: (905) 271-3393

Bronte College                                                                  Kings College
88 Bronte College Court, Mississauga, ON                    16379 The Gore Road, Caledon, ON
Telephone:(905) 270 7788                                               Telephone:  (905) 880 - 7645
 
Brampton Christian School
12480 Hurontario Street, Caledon, ON
Description: TPS_CoatofArms_wInspiring.jpgTelephone: (905) 843-3771