The University of Winnipeg’s Collegiate Model School is a high school within a high school that opened in September 2008. Students who show potential but need a different kind of learning environment are referred to the Model School.
Approximately 40 high school students attend annually and receive individualized learning plans so they can reach their full potential. To date, 35 students have graduated high school and 18 are attending post-secondary institutions (12 attend The University of Winnipeg) while 9 are employed or furthering their education in other ways. All students are enrolled in the University’s Opportunity Fund Tuition Credit Account program, where they can earn up to $4,000 in tuition credits. They can use these tuition credits upon completion of Grade 12 to attend UWinnipeg.
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