Did you know there are great pathways for students starting in high school that lead to awesome careers in the skilled trades?
A former Upper Grand District School Board student credits her pathways planning and co-op placement when she was in school for helping her start her career.
A year of hard work has paid off for Guelph CVI’s Electric Vehicle Team. On Saturday May 25, GCVI SHSM students competed at the Waterloo Electric Vehicle Challenge.
Upper Grand District School Board and Wellington Catholic District School Board students in grades 11 and 12 met with eager employers at the 3rd annual Youth Employment Opportunity Fair on May 14.
Hundreds of eager job seekers from across Guelph-Wellington-Dufferin to benefit from employment fair
Students who are completing grade 11 and 12 will gain connections to local employers who are hiring for seasonal or longer-term positions.
Secondary students with the Upper Grand District School Board have been busy since February participating in Skills Canada challenges with the goal of advancing to the Provincial Skills competition.
In the week leading up to the holiday break, College Heights Secondary School organized a number of events that got everyone into the holiday spirit and showcased the skills of the students.
Earlier this year College Heights Secondary School launched a pilot program for grade 8 students who have shown a keen interest in studying at CHSS.
Upper Grand District School Board students have been hard at work over the last couple of weeks with many great hands-on learning opportunities for students.
Specialist High Skills Major students at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute have stepped up their manufacturing game this school year with the latest technology.