Halton Catholic District School Board

Dual Credit

Through the School College Work Initiative, school boards and colleges partner to offer Dual Credit Programs that allow senior high school students to simultaneously earn high school and college credits towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma and a college diploma or Level 1 Apprenticeship Training.

Our Halton school boards are currently partnering with Humber, Mohawk, Seneca and Sheridan Colleges. For information on Dual Credit programs, please contact your Guidance Department.

Earning Dual Credits allows students to get a head start on learning and training for their future careers while earning post-secondary experience at little or no cost. Course costs, texts, and transportation are all covered.

Pathways to Post-Secondary

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Dual Credit Programs Offered at Sheridan College (Davis Campus)

Animal Care

Art Fundamentals



Early Childhood Education

Exploring the Trades

Fitness Leadership

Hardware Troubleshooting Maintenance

Introduction to Construction

Introduction to Industrial Trades




Performing Arts


Police Foundations

Precision Machining/ Welding

Sound Design

Click Seasonal Course Offerings below:

To register, please fill out the application below and print a copy for your Student Services to complete registration.

Sheridan College Dual Credit Program Online Registration

Additional Resources:

Dual Credit Connecting with the GTA: http://www.pathwaystopostsecondary.com/

Download a Ministry Fact Sheet (Dual Credit) in PDF format.

Or go to www.gotocollege.ca for more information.

OYAP/ Dual Credit Programs

ELECTRICAL at Bishop Reding CSS with Sheridan College. Contact Mario Ferko at ferkom@hcdsb.org

HORTICULTURE at Notre Dame CSS in conjunction with Humber College. Contact Al Nason at nasona@hcdsb.org

School Within A College (SWAC)

Click below for the SWAC application form:

School Within a College (SWAC)

Watch the SWAC Presentation for Winter 2022 here:


For more information, contact John Dietrich at dietrichj@hcdsb.org