Pathways are directions students will follow after graduation—to an apprenticeship, college or university, to the community, or to the workplace.
Discovering who you are and what you are passionate about can take time. Knowing who you are involves understanding your physical, social and emotional strengths. To choose a pathway, start by exploring your opportunities, setting goals and making a plan to achieve them.
MyBlueprint is an inquiry based approach program. It follows a comprehensive education and career planning process that meets the learning needs, interests, and aspirations of all students. Students actively learn about their interests, skills, passions, and feelings, and document what they discover about themselves in pictures, videos, and journals. It’s also a planning tool to help students choose their courses in high school and find a pathway to post-secondary success.
Log in to your myBlueprint account and click on View All Tasks. Ensure all IPP Tasks are completed before you start.
The first three letters identify the subject.
For example, ENG for English.
The fourth character, the first number, indicates the grade.
For example: 1 = Grade 9
(2 = Grade 10; 3 = Grade 11; 4 = Grade 12)
The fifth character identifies the course type.
For example, D = Academic
(P = Applied; L = Locally Developed; O = Open)
The sixth character is assigned to further distinguish course characteristics.
For example: 1 = 1 Credit
(2 = 2 Credits; 5 = 1/2 Credit; X = Girls; Y = Boys; F = French Immersion; E = ELearning)
4 credits in English (1 per Grade)
3 credits in Mathematics (at least 1 credit in Grade 11 or 12)
2 credits in Science
1 credit in the Arts
1 credit in Canadian Geography (Grade 9)
1 credit in Canadian History (Grade 10)
1 credit in French as a Second Language or FNMI Language
1 credit in Health and Physical Education
0.5 credit in Career Studies
0.5 credit in Civics
3 additional credits (from specific areas)
Secondary School Principal
Beaver Brae Secondary School — Tracey Benoit, (807) 468-6401
Crolancia High School — Andrew Grant, (807) 928-2381
Dryden High School — Richard Hodgkinson, (807) 223-2316
Ignace High School — Adele Marth, (807) 934-2212
Red Lake District High School — Taryn Vachon, (807) 727-2092
Sioux North High School — Darryl Tinney, (807) 737-3500