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2021-22 Campus EPSB options for high school students

Wed, 24 Mar, 2021

News item: 2021-22 Campus EPSB options for high school students

Are you interested in cooking up a culinary arts career? Do you want to take flight in professions related to aviation and tourism? A number of opportunities are available for 2021-22 through Campus EPSB semester programming.


Campus EPSB is designed as another way for students to earn high school credits and industry credentials, get ahead of their studies or prepare for post-secondary. It’s a great way for students to explore opportunities and get hands-on learning experiences that can help them plan their next steps.

These opportunities allow students to take courses that may not be currently offered at their home school and immerse themselves in an area of study that interests them. Campus EPSB opportunities are scheduled for 3–4 blocks of the day at a school or an industry site for one full semester. If a course runs for three blocks, students can take a fourth block class at that same school.

The 2021-22 options include:

  • Automotive Service Technician, M.E. LaZerte School
  • Community Care, McNally School
  • Computer Technician, Queen Elizabeth School
  • Connecting Occupational Opportunities (CO-OP), worksites
  • Cosmetology, W.P. Wagner School
  • Culinary Arts, Harry Ainlay SchoolNew
  • Exploring Aviation and Tourism, J. Percy Page SchoolNew
  • Exploring Trades in Metalworking, industry sites
  • Fashion and Design, Lillian Osborne School - New
  • Performing Arts, Eastglen School
  • STEAM: Architecture and Engineering, W.P. Wagner School

Centre High Campus has a wide range of Career Pathways offerings for fourth and fifth-year high school students.


Students should speak with their family, teachers or school counsellors about these options and decide what is right for them. Interested students and/or families can get started by completing the 2021-22 Expression of Interest form.


Learn more about Career Pathways, which fosters growth and success for every student by supporting their journey from early learning through high school completion and beyond. Career Pathways enhances public education through communication, engagement and partnerships.

The delivery of Campus EPSB programming will be modified in response to COVID-19.