Career Readiness for High School


According to the World Economic Forum, 65 percent of children currently entering primary school will have jobs that do not yet exist and for which their education will fail to prepare them, exacerbating skills gaps and unemployment in the future.

The new Ontario Career Studies curriculum is intended to support students to plan for and prepare for this changing world. Leverage our resources for deep implementation of this curriculum.

Support students to reflect on their skills and capabilities, think about effective transition to appropriate post-secondary opportunities, learn about financial literacy and understand the implications of decisions on their lives

    Career Readiness for High School
    Career Readiness for High School
    Regular price $ 495.00 CAD

    iPad app

    Everything you need.

    Leverage easy to implement curriculum that develops essential competencies and future ready skills while meeting education expectations.

    This course contains:
    • Videos
    • Handouts
    • Assessment
    • Robust teacher's guide
    • Slideshows
    • Online support

    Want to transform your students' independent learning?

    An Incredible Experience

    Developed by world-class educators, the program empowers students to take ownership of their learning while meeting learning goals and curriculum expectations.

    Big Ideas Explored

    • Design Thinking
    • Global and Future Vision
    • Entrepreneurship

    Competencies Developed

    • Critical Thinking
    • Communication
    • Collaboration
    • Creativity

    Exceptional Learning Experiences

    Leverage our programs to provide your students with exceptional learning experiences

    Tenets of Exceptional Learning

    • Problem Driven
    • Real-World Connection
    • Student Choice and Voice
    • Real Solutions
    • Individual Mastery
    • Public Sharing

    Get started by downloading our Future Design School app from the Apple App Store

    Modular by design

    Maps to Curriculum

    Assessment included

    Supported by community