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Dual Credits


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Dual Credits, which are available to students throughout DPCDSB secondary schools, provides grade 11 and 12 students with a unique opportunity to earn both college and non-compulsory secondary credits at the same time. Credits earned count towards a students’ Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), and towards a postsecondary certificate, diploma, degree, or a Certificate of Apprenticeship.

Students may earn up to 4 approved dual credits towards their OSSD… and some College Delivered Dual Credits may also count towards a student's SHSM Major Requirements!

Senior students at DPCDSB have access to a large variety of courses each semester at colleges such as: Centennial, George Brown, Humber, Seneca and Sheridan.

Dual Credit Courses are a great choice for students:

  • In risk of not graduating with their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD); OR
  • Wanting to explore career pathways; OR
  • Requiring assistance with the transition to college; OR
  • Out of school, under 21, close to earning their OSSD; OR
  • Enrolled in a Specialist High Skills Major Program; OR
  • Enrolled in the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program.


Dual Credit Courses help students to:

  • Discover the various college and apprenticeship pathways available
  • Test drive a skilled trade
  • Benefit from the supervision and support of their college instructor and the dual credit teacher at their school
  • Complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma
  • Make a successful transition to college or an apprenticeship program
  • Get a new perspective on life beyond high school and begin training for a well-paid and fulfilling job
  • Experience College while still in High School - at no cost to the parent or student


Other benefits to students enrolled in a Dual Credit Course:

  • No cost - no cost for a college course, no cost for textbooks, subsidized transportation, and work boot subsidy (should the course require them)
  • Free access to all facilities at the college with their College ID - including athletics facilities, library, computer labs, etc.
  • Access to peer mentoring, peer tutoring, and other clubs/ organizations on campus
  • Support through Accessible Learning Services (Accommodations) to ensure students have the tools they need to succeed


Questions? Contact:

Elizabete Rego, Student Success Consultant
905-890-0708 ext. 24356 OR 905-301-9315
elizabeth.rego@dpcdsb.org

DUAL CREDIT APPLICATION PROCESS

Step 1:  Download the Dual Credit college application form for the program of interest and provide to student.

Step 2:  Student/Parent fill in the application form and return it signed and completed.

Step 3:  Teacher scans and saves the completed application form as a PDF.

Step 4:  Teacher completes this Google form​, attaches and submits student's PDF application.

Note:  To sign into Google, teacher uses employeenumber@educ.dpcdsb.org


Dual Credit Offerings 

Dual Credit At-A-Glance (Live Link)

Dual Credit Application Packages
Click HERE to access college specific application packages 

College Course Descriptors
George Brown College - Course Descriptors
Humber College - Course Descriptors
Seneca College - Course Descriptors
Sheridan College - Course Descriptors
Centennial College - Course Descriptors  

Additional Links
NEW School College Work Initiative Website 
Dual Credit (2020) Policy

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