Welcome to CTC!
The Career Technical Centre program is a partnership between the College of New Caledonia and School District No. 57. This partnership allows high school students to have a unique opportunity during Grades 11 and 12. Students in select school districts can take a course at the college while earning dual credits, graduating with both their Grade 12 and their first year of technical training. Imagine graduating high school with one year of college already completed!
“CTC will give [anyone] an advantage in life that many students [can] only dream of.” Rob Bacon, CTC graduate
The education provided to high school students through the CTC program is the same college education that can ladder directly to further post-secondary training. Students receive both high school elective credits and college credits in their program of choice. These college credits are also transferable to dozens of post-secondary institutions throughout Canada and elsewhere.
Great reasons to choose CTC
- We provide high school students with drastically reduced college costs
- Graduate high school with one year of college already completed
- Become a journey person one year sooner
- We provide opportunities for summer work experience in the industry
- We provide a chance at a possible $1000 Secondary School Apprentice (SSA) Scholarship
CTC also offers Student Awards & Financial Assistance opportunities including the $1000 Secondary School Apprentice Scholarship and the Jim Rose Legacy Endowment Fund. Find out more.
How reduced are the college costs?
CTC students do not pay tuition costs, they simply pay the standard student fees based on the length of their program of choice, as well as supplies and textbooks. For more information, please contact the CNC Trades office at 250-561-5853 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.