According to our poll on Instagram, students were very satisfied with their experience at the fair. It was definitely an informative night for everyone! Continue reading HUGE turnout for MD’s first ever University / College / Apprenticeship Fair
Many twelfth grade students from MD attended the fair, finding the presentations and booths highly useful in terms of learning more about their prospective universities.
Continue reading What happened at the Ontario Universities’ Fair?
Last week’s grade 12 assembly reminded the graduating class about some important upcoming dates and information and announced some new ones. May 3 – Grad breakfast, the last day to accept college offers May 6 – Full disclosure: all courses dropped after this point will appear on a transcript May 17 – Grad gown size due May 22-24 – Prom tickets are on sale. The … Continue reading Some Important Dates for Grads
Maija Shea Yesterday, the library was closed for a presentation on transitioning to university or college with advice from a Professor from University of Guelph. Grade 12 students were sorted by last name to provide a safer and smaller presentation groups running throughout the day. Professor Deanna Behnke-Cook is a sociology professor with children of her own transitioning or already living the life of university. … Continue reading Guelph University Professor Gives Advice to Future Post-Secondary Students
By Faria Usama From the 28th to the 30th of September the annual Ontario University Fair was held. During this time, students and their families gathered at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre to gain information about 21 Canadian universities and their programs. The OUF is a great opportunity to learn about admission requirements and various programs—including ones that incorporate internships and co-ops. Career options, scholarships, … Continue reading Ontario University Fair
By Hunter Culhane Image Source It’s that time of year again! For the next few weeks, post-secondary school representatives from across Canada will be visiting Milton District High School. They will be here to answer questions from grade 11 and 12 students during period 4. Be sure to listen to the announcements at the end of period 3 to know what room they will be … Continue reading Post-Secondary School Reps Visit MDHS + Schedule
BY MAIJA SHEA For more details, visit this article from The Global News. Fighting grade inflation with a secret list | Watch News Videos Online Watch Fighting grade inflation with a secret list Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca Global News All high schoolers worry about their transition to university and wonder if they will be able to cut it with their grades in the challenging environment. … Continue reading Waterloo University Engineering Program Tracking MDHS Grades
BY MASSIMO STEFANOVIC Are you looking at going to university or college, and wondering how you are going to pay for it? Currently, the average post-secondary student will spend $6000 – $12000 yearly on paying for their tuition, books, and academic supplies. The question is: how will you pay these associated fees? Some may suggest getting a student loan, others will tell you to beg … Continue reading Free Post Secondary Education
BY SCENE AND HERD A reminder for all senior mustangs that tomorrow is the deadline to apply for university is tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17. The Scene and Herd news team wishes luck to those students who will start a new chapter in their life next year. Continue reading University Application Deadline
BY E. WESSELING Back in December, Milton District’s AP Biology students visited a McMaster University molecular biology lab. One of the groups even won the title of “Best Lab Technique” for their DNA analysis. Keep up the science! Continue reading Biology Students take on University… Periodically