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Using Blueprint.ca for High School Planning

MyBlueprint is an online program Palliser Regional Schools has licensed for our school division.  It is available to our school staff, students and families. High school students will find this powerful program “support[s] student exploration, planning, and decision making with a one-stop individual pathways planner.”

 

Initial account set-up - students:
  1. Go to myblueprint.ca/palliser
  2. Enter your school email (prs26.ca account) and password, and click “log in” at the bottom of the page.
  3. Enter Alberta Student Number (from PowerSchool or MyPass) and your birthdate.
  4. Continue following the instructions to set up your account.
Initial account set-up - family members:
  1. Go to myblueprint.ca/palliser
  2. Click “sign up” at the top of the page.
  3. Select school and click “create account”
  4. Indicate that you are a family member and select the appropriate grade range
  5. Continue following the instructions to set up your account.

PROGRAM FEATURES

 

MyBlueprint Menu 

What is found there

Who Am I

Five surveys including personality and interest surveys.  Results link to suggested occupations.

High School

Planner allows students to figure out what they need to graduate.  Completed and registered courses import from PowerSchool. Planner links to admission requirements in Post-Secondary.

Post-Secondary

Research apprenticeship, college and university programs including programs, admission requirements and tuition.  Use filters to narrow search by geography or by High School plan.

Work

Research close to 600 occupations (videos, employment projections, average wages, etc.), create a resumé  with the easy-to-use template, write a cover letter and even search for paid and volunteer work.

Money

Create a budget that prompts you to identify all of your expenses and sources of income as you head into life after high school.

Questions?  Email charlene.foster@pallisersd.ab.ca or jennifer.coutts@pallisersd.ab.ca, or talk with the MyBlueprint expert at your school.

When working with Alison on Palliser’s DiscoverU Student Leadership Conference I was exposed to everything from public speaking, formal presentations, brainstorming sessions, to conference calls and meetings while planning the logistics of the conference. Not only did Alison encourage students to be leaders in various elements of the project but she found ways of inspiring leadership through her charisma and positive attitude.

Andrew, 12

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www.pallisersd.ab.ca