|The #FutureGrad campaign aims to encourage high school students to graduate! Our campaign course Graduation 101 explains all the requirements for graduating from secondary school in Ontario, and offers information on alternative paths students can take to graduation, if the traditional way isn’t working for them. Our course includes a Graduation Checklist planning worksheet and Did You Know fact sheet.||Students that are engaged in school and succeed in graduating are less likely to engage in crime. 40,000 Canadian students drop out of school every year and 1 in 3 high school dropouts leave after Grade 9 or less. Over 80% of the inmates in federal jails are dropouts.|
|Register for the Graduation 101 course by clicking here! The course is self-directed, self-paced, and available 24/7 on our online platform. At the end of the course, you can download a Graduation Checklist to plan course credits and community involvement/volunteer hours.
If you’re a high school student in Mississauga and you’re interested in leading a #FutureGrad campaign in your school, register for our School Watch program by clicking here! You will gain access to our Campaign Toolkit, which includes everything you need to run a successful campaign. Campaign leads earn volunteer hours which can be used toward the 40 hours required for graduation.