All Peel District School Board students in grades 7 to12 have access to a myBlueprint account. Using the online educational planning tool, students begin the process of exploring education and career choices.
Students should consider the following 4 questions:
- Who am I?
- Who do I want to become?
- What are my opportunities?
- What are my plans to achieve my goals?
In the Peel District School Board, all grades 7-12 students have access to myBlueprint through BYOD to plan for high school and explore future pathways.
Pathway planning tools in myBlueprint:
high school planner for course selection and to plan for future courses
Who Am I? surveys to complete revealing your student’s interests, strengths, and motivations
occupation planner for exploring careers based on survey results
post-secondary planner for opportunities after high school
Grade 7-12 student access to myBlueprint:
- Go to www.peelschools.org
- Click BYOD Login (use Peel student username and password)
- Click View all Apps in the BYOD portal
- Click myBlueprint(under Learning Resources)
- Click High School Planner to view courses available at your child’s high school
Whether students are preparing for apprenticeship, college, community living, university or the workplace, these activities empower students to explore their future. Students can access myBlueprint and work through the activities from home or school. Making My Way offers online resources and tools to help you make informed decisions and explore your options after high school. You'll also learn about the five pathways to success after high school.
"Not only did myBlueprint assist me in course selection, but I was also able to narrow my future aspirations down to two majors; computer and electrical engineering. A lot of the experiences I made within my own planned courses contributed to my decision, but what started my thought process geared towards these majors was the simple career survey available on the myBlueprint website," said Lucas W., grade 12 student at Meadowvale Secondary School and winner of the $1,000 post-secondary scholarship from myBlueprint.