Welcome to the Bishop McNally

Off Campus Information & Enrollment Center

Let’s get started and Click here!

We are located in the Career Center (Room 1218)

Off-Campus Coordinator: john.kennedy@cssd.ab.caCall/text 403-990-0115

Career Practitioner: Mrs. Marchand -vicki.marchand@cssd.ab.a

Hello everyone,

The Off-Campus work experience program will continue to operate through the summer and for the upcoming school year at Bishop McNally. There are several Off-Campus / Dual Credit programs available to choose from. At this point you can review and choose a program that interest you.

  1. For the following Off- Campus Programs Contact: J. Kennedy call/text 4039900115 john.kennedy@cssd.ab.ca or enroll at BMHS Off-Campus Information & Enrollment Center
  • HCS 3000(Workplace Safety)/Work Experience/RAP (Registered Apprenticeship Program)
  • Work Experience
    Students who are or are planning on working this summer will have an opportunity to earn Work Experience credits. Please let Mr. Kennedy know as soon as possible if you plan to work this summer or next year.
  • HCS3000 Workplace Safety
  • Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) Trade related opportunities
  1. For the following Dual Credit Programs contact: Vicki Marchand Phone: 403-500-2091 Extension #305 vicki.marchand@cssd.ab.ca

or

visit your D2L home page (Dual Credit applications can be found on D2L under DUAL CREDIT PROGAMS)

or

learn more at the BMHS Off-Campus Information & Enrollment Center

Dual Credit Programs

We are pleased to announce that the following Dual Credit Programs will be available for CSSD students during the 2020/2021 School Year. These programs will have both an online and in-person/practicum component.

Off-Campus Education Expression of Interest is the first step to register for a Dual Credit program.

  • Healthcare Career Essentials (SAIT)
  • Pharmacy Assistant (SAIT)
  • Pre-Employment Carpentry (SAIT)
  • Pre-Employment Pipe Trades (SAIT)
  • Pre-Employment Welding (SAIT)
  • Software Development (Bow Valley)
  • Veterinary Technical Assistant (Olds)

Hope to hear from you soon.

J. Kennedy

V. Marchand

he Calgary Catholic School District’s Off-Campus Education programs are designed to help all students recognize their special gifts, talents and interests, and to put education into a meaningful framework. Our programs play a vital role in assisting students’ transition into the workforce and post-secondary education through their participation in out-of-class study while gaining their high school diploma.

We provide a variety of Off-Campus opportunities for students, including:

Work Experience
Work Experience is available to high school students who are already working or volunteering and want to earn credits towards their high school diploma.

Dual-Credit
These programs are designed for high school students who are interested in specific career areas and would like to work towards post-secondary and/or workplace certification while still attending high school.

Exploratory Programs
These programs are designed for high school students who are interested in a skilled trade and would like to work with a journeyman to explore the trade and earn both workplace certifications and high school credits.

Green Certificate
Green Certificate is an apprenticeship-style program designed for young people interested in the agricultural industry who would like to learn on the job, under the direction of experienced farm personnel, earn high school credits and obtain certification from Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.

Career Discovery Program
This two-week long summer program provides Grade 10 and 11 high school students the opportunity to explore a particular career field, be mentored by an adult in a workplace environment and earn high school credits.

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)
The RAP program is designed for high school students who want to begin training in a trade of their choice, work towards becoming an indentured apprentice and earn credits toward their high school diploma.

To enroll or to learn more about each program. Click below for more information about these programs or contact your school’s off-campus education teacher or career practitioner.

Let’s get started and Click here!

Off Campus Information & Enrollment Center

Welcome to the Bishop McNally

Off Campus Information & Enrollment Center

Let’s get started and Click here!

We are located in the Career Center (Room 1218)

Off-Campus Coordinator: john.kennedy@cssd.ab.caCall/text 403-990-0115

Career Practitioner: Mrs. Marchand -vicki.marchand@cssd.ab.a

Hello everyone,

The Off-Campus work experience program will continue to operate through the summer and for the upcoming school year at Bishop McNally. There are several Off-Campus / Dual Credit programs available to choose from. At this point you can review and choose a program that interest you.

  1. For the following Off- Campus Programs Contact: J. Kennedy call/text 4039900115 john.kennedy@cssd.ab.ca or enroll at BMHS Off-Campus Information & Enrollment Center
  • HCS 3000(Workplace Safety)/Work Experience/RAP (Registered Apprenticeship Program)
  • Work Experience
    Students who are or are planning on working this summer will have an opportunity to earn Work Experience credits. Please let Mr. Kennedy know as soon as possible if you plan to work this summer or next year.
  • HCS3000 Workplace Safety
  • Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) Trade related opportunities
  1. For the following Dual Credit Programs contact: Vicki Marchand Phone: 403-500-2091 Extension #305 vicki.marchand@cssd.ab.ca

or

visit your D2L home page (Dual Credit applications can be found on D2L under DUAL CREDIT PROGAMS)

or

learn more at the BMHS Off-Campus Information & Enrollment Center

Dual Credit Programs

We are pleased to announce that the following Dual Credit Programs will be available for CSSD students during the 2020/2021 School Year. These programs will have both an online and in-person/practicum component.

Off-Campus Education Expression of Interest is the first step to register for a Dual Credit program.

  • Healthcare Career Essentials (SAIT)
  • Pharmacy Assistant (SAIT)
  • Pre-Employment Carpentry (SAIT)
  • Pre-Employment Pipe Trades (SAIT)
  • Pre-Employment Welding (SAIT)
  • Software Development (Bow Valley)
  • Veterinary Technical Assistant (Olds)

Hope to hear from you soon.

J. Kennedy

V. Marchand

he Calgary Catholic School District’s Off-Campus Education programs are designed to help all students recognize their special gifts, talents and interests, and to put education into a meaningful framework. Our programs play a vital role in assisting students’ transition into the workforce and post-secondary education through their participation in out-of-class study while gaining their high school diploma.

We provide a variety of Off-Campus opportunities for students, including:

Work Experience
Work Experience is available to high school students who are already working or volunteering and want to earn credits towards their high school diploma.

Dual-Credit
These programs are designed for high school students who are interested in specific career areas and would like to work towards post-secondary and/or workplace certification while still attending high school.

Exploratory Programs
These programs are designed for high school students who are interested in a skilled trade and would like to work with a journeyman to explore the trade and earn both workplace certifications and high school credits.

Green Certificate
Green Certificate is an apprenticeship-style program designed for young people interested in the agricultural industry who would like to learn on the job, under the direction of experienced farm personnel, earn high school credits and obtain certification from Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.

Career Discovery Program
This two-week long summer program provides Grade 10 and 11 high school students the opportunity to explore a particular career field, be mentored by an adult in a workplace environment and earn high school credits.

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)
The RAP program is designed for high school students who want to begin training in a trade of their choice, work towards becoming an indentured apprentice and earn credits toward their high school diploma.

To enroll or to learn more about each program. Click below for more information about these programs or contact your school’s off-campus education teacher or career practitioner.

Let’s get started and Click here!