District Partnership & Dual Credit Programs
District Partnership is a set of programs available to senior students, targeted at grade 12s. District Partnership Programs occur annually in second semester at other school sites around the city. Registered students earn credits towards their high school graduation, while also earning post-secondary level training.
To learn what Surrey School District has to say about Career Education and these programs visit: https://www.surreyschools.ca/careereducation
PLEASE NOTE: grade 11 students are selected through an application process in the early spring. While tuition is paid for by the district some programs require students to pay additional fees. These fees are highlighted in each individual brochure. Students will be required to to travel to an alternative school site daily.
Applications must be completed, signed and delivered to the Career Department room A150 by assigned deadline TBD
In the 2023-24 school year, SD36 is offering the following courses:
DISTRICT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS
- Automotive service Technician
- Baking and Pastry Arts
- CADD Drafting
- Collision and Refinishing Common Core
- Culinary Arts
- Early Childhood Education
- Education Assistant (diploma program)
- Exploration in Aviation Careers
- Heavy Mechanical
- Metal Fabrication
- Millwright/Industrial Mechanic
- Tah-tul-uh Indigenous Education Pathway
ACADEMIC DUAL CREDIT COURSES
- Community & Public Safety
- Graphic Design
- HeadStart in Art
- Introduction to Health Sciences
- Introduction to Legal Office Procedures
- Introduction to Practice for Child & Youth Care Counsellors
- HSOC/IHSOC - High School on Campus/Indigenous High School On Campus - Fall and Summer Cohorts Available. See Teams for more information.
Your District Partnership Program contact person is Ms. Nikkanen.