Sir Winston Churchill
101 Glen Morris Drive, St. Catharines, Ontario L2T 2N1
District School Board of Niagara
Safe School Procedures
Arts and Culture
The Chocolate War (Theatrical Production with Music)
Instrumental - Band
Music Ensembles / Rehearsals
Music Course Offerings + Pathways
Vocal Booth Recording
Canadian and World Studies
MLA Citation Information Sheet
FSL Exchanges & Learning Opportunities
OSSLT - Literacy Test
Phys Ed Courses
Extra Curricular Gym Schedule
Department Teachers and Schedule
Canadian Physical Fitness Guidelines
Social Science & Humanities
RESEARCH - Start Here...
SWC Student Course Guide...
Gr. 10-12 Math Routes
Scholarships & Awards...
Glossary of University Terms
Career Cruising - Course Plans and IPP...
New Students - WELCOME!
Grade 8s - WELCOME!...
Connecting to College
SWC Student Support
SWC Points Program
Basketball, Junior Girls
Basketball, Senior Girls
Basketball, Senior Boys
Project Spirit 2018
Soccer - Boys & Girls
Tech Design Makers Club
White Pine Book Club
The cooperative education program gives students an opportunity to explore a career of their choice. SWC students can register for a one, two, three, or four credit placement per semester. Cooperative education students use
for assignments and report completion.
Students interested in any cooperative education program area must indicate their interest on their Course Plans, which are submitted to the Guidance Department in December of the previous year. Please note that the application and interview process for the Brock University or University of Guelph Mentorship Program begins in March for the Fall semester.
Cooperative Education program options include; Career Exploration Cooperative Education, Specialist High Skills Major in Information and Communications Technology, Specialist High Skills Major in the Arts and Culture, Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program, Army Reserve Cooperative Education, Brock University or University of Guelph Mentorship Program.
Cooperative education student applicants must also immediately schedule a
with their cooperative education teachers. Based on the
results the cooperative education teacher will begin the process of
Establishing a Placement.
Students planning to enrol in a cooperative education program should ensure they have completed the in-school academic course which supports the placement they have selected. (i.e. a student interested in a placement as a veterinarian assistant should also have achieved a significant mark in SBI3U Biology).
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