The Engineering Certificate Program is designed to provide students with the hands on, practical skills needed to be successful in several fields of engineering. By emphasising academic achievenement in science and mathematics, along with courses in technology to practice and apply the theory, and participation in robotics and/or e-car competitions, students will leave high school fully prepared for their post-secondary challenges.

Students must take a combination of required courses in math, science, robotics, computer engineering and mechanical engineering as well as participate in at least one related club or competition.

In order to get started you can register by using the link on the right.

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Please speak with your guidance counselor to ensure that you are making the correct choices for your pathway and career goals.

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Please speak with your guidance counselor to ensure that you are making the correct choices for your pathway and career goals.

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In order to achieve the ECP Certificate, students must actively participate in at least one club/competition:

  • FIRST Robotics
  • E-Car
  • Skills Canada Robotics
  • Skills Canada Robotics and Control Systems
  • Skills Canada Precision Machining

Completion of the ECP Certificate is intended to help prepare for university level programs in the following program areas (among others):

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Systems Design Engineering

Completion of the ECP Certificate is intended to help prepare for college level programs in the following program areas (among others):

  • Electronics Systems Engineering
  • Building Systems Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering Technician
  • Robotics and Industrial Automation
  • Computer Engineering Technician

Completion of the ECP Certificate is intended to help prepare entry into professional skilled trades in the following program areas (among others):

  • Electrical Control (Machine) Builder
  • Elevating Devices Mechanic
  • Instrumentation and Control Technician
  • CNC Operator
  • Machine Tool Builder and Integrator

Absolutely not. Only you can create the opportunity for your future success by achieving high levels of academic achievement and working to set yourself apart.

We are offering you the opportunity to learn at a level higher than any other high school can offer and make genuine connections between what you learn in a classroom and what you need to know to be successful when you leave high school.

How to Get Started

  • Step 1: Register in the program HERE

  • Step 2: Choose your stream

  • Step 3: Talk with your guidance counsellor

  • Step 4: Find your club(s)

  • Step 5: Register for courses

  • Step 6: Keep track of your team participation hours.

Request Certificate for Graduation

  • Step 1: Double check to make sure that you have taken the required courses.

  • Step 2: Double check to make sure that you have the required team participation hours.

  • Step 3: Complete the graduation application HERE.

  • Step 4: Walk across the stage with your head held high.