CLC 12 is divided into 2 parts.
1. Career Life
This unit consists of activities and assignments. These will be given in a seminar or found online.
2. Capstone Project
Students are encouraged to select a capstone development process that aligns with their
interests and strengths, their community connections, and learning areas they would like to
explore more deeply in order to support their plans for post-graduation. They are also encouraged
to select a representation that aligns with their hopes and aspirations. The representation may
take many forms, including a product (e.g., a robot for a student interested in engineering
projects), a performance (e.g., a videotaped monologue for a student seeking to join a theatre
group), and/or a service (e.g., a series of early learning activities that the student applies with
children in a local StrongStart Centre). It is important for this capstone component to be student-driven and future-oriented, with the intent to connect personal strengths and interests with plans
for post-graduation and community opportunities.
You will need to document your process through the year. See Capstone Document Folder below for the various forms you will need.
Curriculum Outcomes for CLC 12 can be found on the Ministry of Education website