Vocational trade programs at high schools in Canada are designed to combine the traditional academic requirements of a provincial secondary school diploma with training in a particular trade or vocation. Vocational trade programs may be offered at regular high schools, and you can also find focused vocational high schools. Secondary school apprenticeship programs (SSA) may also be available. Vocational trade programs at high schools in Canada can give career-oriented students a substantial head start.
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Chinook International Program, Chinook School District Hazlet, Saskatchewan The goal of the Chinook International Program is to provide international students the opportunity to be immersed in English while ...
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