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Dual Credit

The School College Work Initiative is co-funded by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities and co-managed under the leadership of the Council of Ontario Directors of Education (CODE). Through the School College Work Initiative, school boards and colleges partner to offer Dual Credit Programs that allow senior high school students to simultaneously earn high school and college credits towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma and a college diploma or Level 1 Apprenticeship Training.

Our Halton school boards are currently partnering with Humber, Mohawk, Seneca and Sheridan Colleges. For information on Dual Credit programs, please contact the offering school.

Dual Credit program locations: 

Mohawk College Automotive Service Technician: Level 1 Apprenticeship** (Pending Approval)

M.M. Robinson High School

White Oaks Secondary School 

Mohawk College Construction & Welding Program

M.M. Robinson High School

Acton District High School 

Mohawk College Advanced Construction: Electrical**  M.M. Robinson High School 
Mohawk College Family and Community Services L.B. Pearson High School
Mohawk College Manufacturing: Advanced Robotics**

Burlington Central High School

M.M. Robinson High School

Mohawk College Child Youth Worker

Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary

Humber College Advanced Landscaping and Horticulture**

Craig Kielburger Secondary School

White Oaks Secondary School

Humber College Horticulture

Notre Dame Catholic Secondary

Seneca College Child Development Practitioner

Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary

Sheridan College Arts & Technology Programs Sheridan College
Sheridan College Electrical Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary
Sheridan College Industrial Trades Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary


** Indicates that the program is also part of a SHSM