myBLUEPRINT is an excellent resource that will help you guide you through high school and beyond. Explore post-secondary options all across Canada as they relate to specific careers. Check out scholarships, resumes, financial planning, job finder and more.

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Post-Secondary Planner - compare detailed information on apprenticeships, college programs, university programs and workplace sectors across Canada

Career Spectrum - complete six unique assessments for self-exploration and discovery (including Learning Styles, Myers-Briggs Personality, Holland Interests, Knowledge, Motivations, and Compatibility) and be matched with suited occupations

Goal Setting - add interactive SMART goals and action plans

High School Planner - visually plan courses, track progress toward graduation, and instantly identify post-secondary eligibility for opportunities in every pathway

Occupation Planner - compare comprehensive information on occupations

Resume & Cover Letter - record experiences, build a resume, write a cover letter

Financial Planner - build a budget to track income and expenses

Job Finder - find real-world job postings that relate to occupations of interest

My Portfolio - create a personal or career portfolio and share it with parents, teachers, or future employers

myPass is an Alberta Education secure self-service website for high school students to:

  • view and print diploma exam results statements
  • order transcripts
  • and more

Diploma marks will not be mailed out from Alberta Education. Students must apply for an account on to access marks. You will need to know your Alberta Education nine-digit number.

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs: for academic year, language, semester and three-month programs, and summer homestay adventures

International Studies Abroad: various programs available

EF Education First: student exchange program

YES Youth Ed Services: high school student exchange opportunities

AFS High School Programs: offers trimester, semester and year programs

Encounters with Canada / Rencontres du Canada: students must be 14-17 years old, enrolled in a school and a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada

Get "Office 365" for free

It's not a trial! Students and teachers are eligible for Office 365 Education, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Microsoft Teams, plus additional classroom tools.

Students need to keep the download link in their inbox after it's emailed to them in case they need it in the future. The license will last a year at which time, they'll get another query to receive future links to re-activate or re-employ their account. Students and staff must use their school Gmail account.