BCP Co-op Application

The Bronte Creek Project is able to accommodate some student placements for co-operative education (maximum two per semester). Preference is given to former BCP or Trailhead students because of their understanding of the nature of the program. Students registered in the Specialist High Skills Major diploma are given additional consideration because co-operative education is required for graduation. Because of the integrated nature of the program, full day (four credit) co-op is preferred, although half day co-op for students who have their own transportation is possible. Full day students must apply for courtesy seat bussing through Halton Transportation. Students in half day programs will be registered through their home school. Students in full day co-op can be registered through Gary Allan High School or their home school.

BCP Co-op Application

Applications are to be submitted to the Program Leader and students will be contacted for an interview. Not all applicants are successful and students should consider a back-up plan should co-operative education be required for graduation.

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Funding provided by the Halton District School Board, the Halton Learning Foundation and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.

Halton District School Board Gary Allan High School

The Bronte Creek Project is a Gary Allan High School program in the Halton District School Board.