Planning for Post Secondary for Grade 11 and 12 Students

If you or your son/daughter have/has an IEP and is entering grade 11 or grade 12, now is the time to start planning for transitioning to either college or university. Please refer to the current postings which outline how to begin the process of calling accessibility service departments, accessing financial supports, where to go for mental health supports and other key information to help this transition run smoothly. 

If you have any other information, please contact our Special Education Department via

How to plan for post secondary in grade 11 

How to plan for post secondary in grade 12



Tips on How to Have a Productive Day

This information has been collected by the BCI Special Education Department using a variety of sources
about productivity, inattention/ADHD, and issues with the unmonitored use of technology. It is hoped that there
are some tools and resources below that will be helpful in organizing your student’s day, especially if they are
experiencing issues with focus.

Tips on How to Have a Productive Day

Apps and Tools to Support Student Learning From Home

The Bluevale Special Education Department has compiled some apps and sites to help support students with literacy, numeracy and organizational needs during distance learning.  Please check out the variety of helpful tools HERE.  This resource will also be posted in students’ Spec Ed Google Classroom to explore more or engage support or assistance from their Special Education Resource Teacher.