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Planning Parent Engagement

published by
CODE - Council of Ontario Directors of Education


Bishop Ryan Catholic Secondary School is pleased to provide an exciting education planning resource available immediately to your students at school or from home.

myBlueprint Education Planner ( lets your child create an engaging and interactive Education Plan . They can build customized high school course plans, instantly identify the post-secondary options that are available to them and explore valuable information about apprenticeships, college programs, university programs and workplace opportunities across Canada!

With direct access from home, now you can also get more informed and involved with your child’s education. Log in and learn about courses, graduation requirements and the endless options available to your child. The My Profile feature allows you to set goals, save unlimited plans, short-list programs and occupations of interest, record extra-curricular activities and more.

To access the site, visit and input the Activation Key.

Activation Key: bishopryan

myBlueprint helps ensure you can assist your child in making the most informed decision about their education. We encourage you to get started today and explore the website with them.

Please contact the guidance department with any questions!

Numerous articles, information and links to invaluable resources are available through our Board's site by clicking here. ...

The Annual Wismer Award for High School Coaching Excellence

The Wismer Award for High School Coaching Excellence was established in 2004 and is presented annually to the high school coach in the City of Hamilton, Ontario who best exemplifies the attributes of teacher, coach, and friend personified by John Wismer. This Award gives the Hamilton community an opportunity to honor talented, inspiring, and dedicated coaches whose efforts sometimes go unnoticed.

Click here for more information and to nominate a coach!

Note: Nominations received after Tuesday, April 27th, 2010, will be considered for the June 7th, 2011 Award

New Resources for Career Professionals and Parents!

Great resources you can access free of charge through the CERIC website. These resources were developed as part of a recent CERIC Partnership Project with Dalhousie University entitled Stories of Transition: Exploring the Antecedents of Career and Educational Choices among Young Adults.

Please note that the eBook version of The Decade After High School: A Professional's Guide is now available to download from the CERIC website at the following link:

The Decade After High School Professional Guide

The eBook version of The Decade After High School- A Parent's Guide is now available to download from our website at the following link:

The Decade After High School - Parents Guide