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Career Education & Course Planning

Prairie Valley School Division is committed to delivering an equitable and effective education program to best prepare students for life beyond high school.

Course planning is an important step in a high school student's time in school. It helps students to plan for graduation and identify areas of interest and areas of need to help them achieve their post-high school plans. From there, career education helps students to build their career aspirations and experience for life after the Kindergarten to Grade 12 education system.

Prairie Valley employs career counsellors who are available to all students in Grades 9 to 12. 

Contact Career Counsellors​  

Secondary Course Planning  

This publication will help parents and students plan for life beyond high school by providing readers with a complete overview of the high school program.  The publication includes important information about th​e types of high school courses available, course descriptions and credit requirements. 

Secondary Course Planning Handbook 2015-2016.pdfSecondary Course Planning Handbook 2015-2016.pdf

​Looking at Life Beyond High School
This online publication will help parents work with their teenage children in preparation for their futures.  It includes good information about the personal career planning process like; how to prepare a resume and cover letter, preparing for a job interview, how to request high school transcripts, different types of post-secondary options available, and what types of funding options are available to students who wish to take post-secondary education.   

Career Education Partnerships​
Follow the link to learn more about Prairie Valley's career partnerships, RDIEC and Trades & Skills, ​which allow students to explore specialized career training and opportunities.  

Curricular Connections​

Click this link to see information about math and science prerequisites, to aid in course planning. ​​​​​​​​