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Most Recent: Dual Credit Student Success Stories

School within a College (SWAC) students graduate

In addition to Georgian’s convocation, School within a College (SWAC) graduation ceremonies were held at our Barrie, Owen Sound, South Georgian Bay and Midland campuses in June.  These classes allow secondary students to finish their high school diplomas in an alternative setting while also earning college credits. Many SWAC students faced significant barriers to graduation, […]

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DUAL CREDIT TEACHER PROUD OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

As part of provincial policy, every dual credit student receives the support of a secondary teacher while attending Georgian College. The role encompasses a wide range of duties, from ensuring students know when a bus is bringing them to campus, to reminding them about assignments, to helping out when a crisis hits. Craig Robertson, who […]

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Dual Credit Courses Underway for Spring

Even though the college is between semesters, ten dual credit courses started this week at three different Georgian College campuses, along with one secondary school.   The dual credit project, a partnership of the college and five school boards has long run compressed courses in the spring to meet student need. “Most of our spring courses […]

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Emma Palmer

Emma Palmer demonstrates the range of students taking dual credits at Georgian College. The program is designed for students facing challenges towards graduation but that does not mean that these students are not academically strong.  The challenges are often connected to social and mental health. Emma came to dual credit on the Muskoka campus following […]

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Julia Sutherland

Less than a year ago, Julia Sutherland was not attending school. As of June, she will be a high school graduate with four college credits on her transcript.  And the 17-year-old can thank, in part, the dual credit program at Georgian. In the Summer of 2016, Julia took a chance and signed up for a […]

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