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Class of 2023

This is where we will post all important information pertaining to your final year here at Laura Secord!

Dates and Times will be updated throughout the year!

Senior/Grad Fall Presentation - Wednesday, September 21 - Period 2 - Auditorium
Fall Senior/Grad Interviews - Starting Monday, September 26 - MSIP Schedule Posted
Financial Aid Seminar - Wednesday, October 19 - Lunch Room 105
University Application Seminar - Tuesday, November 1 - Lunch Room 105
How to Apply to College - Wednesday, October 12 - Lunch - Room 105
Course Drop Deadline - 5 School Days after Midterm Reports are distributed.  After this date all grades will appear on transcript.
Grad Student Profile - Submit as soon as possible.  Teachers will need this for Reference Letters and the Awards Committee will need this in semester 2.
University Application Deadline - January 12, 2023
College Application Deadline - February 1, 2023
Spring Senior/Grad Interview - March/April
Spring Grad Assembly - April 19 - Period 5 - 1:45 p.m.
OSAP Information Session -  April 5 - Period 3
Valedictorian Nominations - April 24 to 28
Rotary Medal Vote - Staff to Nominate and Vote
Spring Grad Meeting/Rehearsal/Luncheon - Wednesday, May 10
Laura Secord Award Application Deadline - Friday, May 19 - 2:30 p.m.
Community Involvement Hours Deadline - May 31, 2023 - 40 Hours Minimum Required
Graduation Ceremony -  Tuesday, June 27 - 7:00 p.m.

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  • Student Hyperdoc [PDF]: This document contains links to promotional material about applying to university and other important information, such as deadlines, university recruitment events and online resources, including Ontario Universities' Indigenous Student Resources.

Thinking of Apprenticeship Pathway?

Apprenticeship in Ontario (Government of Ontario)

This website put together by the Government of Ontario helps potential apprentices learn more about how to become an apprenticeapprenticeship programs for high school and college students, and the Apprenticeship Incentive Grant for Women. Potential apprentices can also explore Ontario’s skilled trades, search job profiles to learn about a job’s educational requirements, average pay and whether it’s in demand.


Funded by HIEC, a not-for-profit social enterprise, ApprenticeSearch.com seeks to address skills shortages by helping apprentices and the employers who hire them. ApprenticeSearch.com offers a free online job tool that can connect potential apprentices with apprenticeship trade positions in Ontario, as well as descriptions of skilled trades, free resources about apprenticeships, information on skilled trades news and events, and personal support for jobseekers.

Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program

This website provides information about the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program, a program designed for Grade 11 and 12 high school students who want to pursue an apprenticeship. Its website answers frequently asked questions and dispels common myths about apprenticeships.

Pathways to Apprenticeship

Designed to guide secondary school educators as well as service delivery managers and employment and training consultants, this document explores the benefits of apprenticeships for students, eligibility requirements, pathways to apprenticeship for high school students, youth apprenticeship programs and the role that secondary schools play in connecting students with apprenticeship opportunities.

Presentation for Parents/Guardians - Why Students Should Seriously Consider a Career in the Skilled Trades

Click on the links below to view or download: