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COURSE TYPES

The school offers ACADEMIC, APPLIED, or OPEN course types. Academic and applied courses differ in the balance between essential concepts and additional material, and in the balance between theory and application. Open courses, offered in all secondary school grades, are designed to prepare students for further study in certain subjects and to generally enrich their education. Like the other types of courses, open courses are credit-based and are counted towards the 30 credits required to meet diploma requirements. All course outlines are available for viewing. Please contact the school.

ACADEMIC COURSES - These courses will focus on essential concepts and include additional requirements, and greater emphasis will be placed on theory than on practical applications.

APPLIED COURSES - These courses will focus on essential concepts, but greater emphasis will be placed on practical applications than on theory. Students planning to switch from one course type in Grade 9 to the other in Grade 10 in the same subject will be strongly encouraged to successfully complete additional course work of up to 30 hours.

OPEN COURSES - These courses are designed to give students additional preparation for Grades 11 and 12 and to enrich their education generally. They are appropriate for all students.
 
SCHOOL-WORK TRANSITION: Now offering School-Work Transition career pathways (OSSD): Early Childhood Education Focus & Business Studies

EACH course is scheduled for 110 hours of instruction and is worth one credit toward the 30 credits required for a diploma. ALL courses in this calendar are offered subject to having sufficient enrolment.

Understanding Course Codes

Course Codes consist of five or six digits. The first three digits are letters that indicate the course.
For example - CHC2D

C - Canadian and World Studies
HC - Canadian History
The fourth digit indicates the grade: 2 - Grade 10
The fifth digit indicates the course type: D - Academic
Other Codes for the fifth digit: P - Applied, O - Open, U - University preparation, M - University/College preparation, C - College preparation, E-Workplace

Graduation Requirements

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (P.L.A.R.)

Students now have the opportunity to "challenge" the curriculum rather than take a course where their prior learning or experience indicates this would best serve their educational needs. A maximum of four credits may be challenged through this process. PLAR also involves the awarding of equivalency credits for out-of-province students. Please contact the principal for more information.

Course Selection

The decision as to which type of course is most appropriate is an important one. For Grade 8 students, recommendations will be made by the elementary school teacher as part of each student's educational plan. Successful completion of a course in Grade 9 prepares the student to proceed to Grade 10 but students wishing to switch course types will be strongly encouraged to complete extra course work.

Students registering for Grade 10 should consult with the principal to clarify the requirements of the goals set by the student.

Substitutions for Compulsory Courses

In order to allow flexibility in designing a student's program and to ensure that all students can qualify for the secondary school diploma, substitutions may be made for a limited number of compulsory credit courses using courses from the remaining courses offered by the school that meet the requirements for compulsory credits. To meet individual students' needs, principals may replace up to three of these courses (or the equivalent in half courses) with courses from the remainder of those that meet the compulsory credit requirements. In all cases, however, the sum of compulsory and optional credits will not be less than thirty for students aiming to earn the Ontario Secondary School Diploma and not less than fourteen for those aiming to earn the Ontario Secondary School Certificate.

All students should study the general information and the diploma requirements carefully. It is expected that all students will work directly toward a diploma.

Grade 9
Music
AMI 1OI MUSIC (INSTRUMENTAL-EXPERIENCED): OPEN
AMI 1OX MUSIC (INSTRUMENTAL-BEGINNERS): OPEN

Visual Arts
AVI 1OI VISUAL ARTS: OPEN

Business Studies
BTT 1OI INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS: OPEN

Canadian and World Studies
CGC 1DI GEOGRAPHY OF CANADA: ACADEMIC CGC 1PI GEOGRAPHY OF CANADA: APPLIED

English
ENG 1DI ENGLISH: ACADEMIC

French as a Second Language
FSF 1DI CORE FRENCH: ACADEMIC

Health and Physical Education
PPL 1OX (FEMALE) HEALTHY ACTIVE LIVING EDUCATION: OPEN
PPL 1OY (MALE) HEALTHY ACTIVE LIVING EDUCATION: OPEN

Mathematics
MPM 1DI PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS: ACADEMIC
MFM 1PI FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS: APPLIED

Science
SNC 1DI SCIENCE: ACADEMIC
SNC 1PI SCIENCE: APPLIED

Social Sciences and Humanities
HFN 1OI FOOD AND NUTRITION: OPEN

Technological Studies
TTI 1OI INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES: OPEN

Grade 10
Music
AMI 2OI MUSIC (INSTRUMENTAL-EXPERIENCED): OPEN

Visual Arts
AVI 2OI VISUAL ARTS: OPEN

Business Studies
BBI 2OI INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS: OPEN
BTT 2OI INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS: OPEN

History
CHC 2DI CANADIAN HISTORY IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: ACADEMIC
CHV 2OH CIVICS: OPEN

English
ENG 2DI ENGLISH: ACADEMIC

French
FSF 2DI CORE FRENCH: ACADEMIC Guidance and Career Education
GLC 2OH CAREER STUDIES: OPEN

Mathematics
MPM 2DI PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS: ACADEMIC
MFM 2PI FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS: APPLIED

Science
SNC 2DI SCIENCE: ACADEMIC
SNC 2PI SCIENCE: APPLIED

Social Sciences and Humanities
HFN 2OI FOOD AND NUTRITION: OPEN
HIF 2OI INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY LIVING: OPEN

Technological Studies
TGJ 2OI COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY: OPEN
TIK 2OI COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE: OPEN

Grade 11
Arts
ASM3O MEDIA ARTS
Prerequisite: Any Grade 9 or 10 Course In The Arts
AMU3M MUSIC: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any Grade 9 or 10 Course in Music -Open
AVI3O VISUAL ARTS:
Prerequisite: Grade 9 or 10 Course in Visual Arts - Open

Business Studies
BAF3M INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: None
BTA30 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS: OPEN
Prerequisite: None
BMI3C INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING: COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: None

Canadian & World Studies
CGD3M THE AMERICAS, GEOGRAPHIC PATTERNS & ISSUES: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 9 Course in Geography of Canada -Academic or Applied
CGF3M PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: PATTERNS, PROCESSES & INTERACTION: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION Prerequisite: Grade 9Geography of Canada-Academic or Applied
CHA3U AMERICAN HISTORY: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Canadian History in the Twentieth Century - Academic or Applied
CHW3M HISTORY TO THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Canadian History in the Twentieth Century - Academic or Applied
CHH3C CANADIAN HISTORY AND POLITICS SINCE 1945, COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Canadian History in the Twentieth Century - Academic or Applied
CLU3M UNDERSTANDING CANADIAN LAW: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Canadian History in the Twentieth Century - Academic or Applied
CPC30 CANADIAN POLITICS & CITIZENSHIP: OPEN
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Canadian History in the Twentieth Century - Academic or Applied

English
ENG3U ENGLISH: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION Prerequisite: Grade 10 English - Academic
ENG3C ENGLISH: COLLEGE PREPARATION Prerequisite: Grade 10 English - Applied
ENG3E ENGLISH: WORKPLACE PREPARATION Prerequisite: Grade 10 English - Applied
ELS30 LITERARY SKILLS, READING AND WRITING: OPEN
Prerequisite: None

French
FSF3U CORE FRENCH: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION:
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Core French - Academic or Applied
Health and Physical Education
PPL30 HEALTHY ACTIVE LIVING EDUCATION (CO-ED): OPEN
Prerequisite: None

Mathematics
MCR3U FUNCTIONS AND RELATIONS: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Principles of Mathematics- Academic
MCF3M FUNCTIONS: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Principles of Mathematics - Academic
MBF3C MATHEMATICS OF PERSONAL FINANCE: COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Foundations of Mathematics - Applied
MEL3E MATHEMATICS FOR EVERYDAY LIFE: WORKPLACE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 9 Mathematics - Academic or Applied

Science
SBI3U BIOLOGY: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION Prerequisite: Grade 10 Science - Academic
SBI3C BIOLOGY: COLLEGE PREPARATION Prerequisite: Grade 10 Science - Academic or Applied
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Science - Academic
SPH3U PHYSICS: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION Prerequisite: Grade 10 Science - Academic
SNC3M SCIENCE: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 10 Science - Academic or Applied

Social Sciences and Humanities
HPW3C LIVING AND WORKING WITH CHILDREN: COLLEGE PREPARATION Prerequisite: None
HIP3E MANAGING PERSONAL RESOURCES: WORKPLACE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: None
HPC3O PARENTING: OPEN
Prerequisite: None
HZB3O PHILOSOPHY: THE BIG QUESTIONS: OPEN
Prerequisite: None
HRT3M WORLD RELIGIONS: BELIEFS, ISSUES, AND RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: None

Music
AMU4A0 MUSIC INSTRUMENTAL: OPEN
Prerequisite: AMU3A0

Grade 12

English
ENG4U ENGLISH: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite : Grade 11 English, University Preparation
EWC4U THE WRITER'S CRAFT: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 English, University Preparation
ETS4U STUDIES IN LITERATURE: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 English, University Preparation
ETS4C STUDIES IN LITERATURE: COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 English, College Preparation
EWC4C THE WRITER'S CRAFT: COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: English, Grade 11, College Preparation
EBT4O COMMUNICATION IN THE WORLD OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: OPEN
Prerequisite: Grade 11 English, University Preparation, College Preparation, or Workplace Preparation

Mathematics
MCV4U CALCULUS AND VECTORS: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11Functions and Relations, University Preparation or Grade 11 Functions, University/College Preparation
MHF4U ADVANCED FUNCTIONS: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 Functions and Relations, University Preparation
MDM4U MATHEMATICS OF DATA MANAGEMENT: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION Prerequisite: Grade 11 Functions and Relations, University Preparation, or Grade11 Functions, University/College Preparation
MAP4C COLLEGE AND APPRENTICESHIP MATHEMATICS: COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 Mathematics of Personal Finance, College Preparation, or Grade 11Functions, University/College Preparation (or Grade 11 Functions and Relations, University Preparation)

Science
SBI4U BIOLOGY: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 Biology, University Preparation
SCH4U CHEMISTRY: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 Chemistry, University Preparation
SPH4U PHYSICS: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION Prerequisite: Grade 11 Physics, University Preparation
SNC4M SCIENCE: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Science, Grade 11, University/College Preparation

Geography
CGU4U WORLD GEOGRAPHY: HUMAN PATTERNS AND INTERACTIONS: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any University or University/College Preparation Course in Canadian and World Studies, English, or Social Sciences and Humanities
CGW4U CANADIAN AND WORLD ISSUES: A GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any university or university/college preparation course in Canadian and World
Studies, English, or Social Sciences and Humanities

History
CHY4U WORLD HISTORY: THE WEST AND THE WORLD, UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any University or University/College Preparation Course in Canadian and World Studies, English, or Social Sciences and Humanities
CHY4C WORLD HISTORY, THE WEST AND THE WORLD: COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any University, University/College, or College preparation course in Canadian and World Studies, English, or Social Sciences and Humanities
CHI4U CANADA: HISTORY, IDENTITY, AND CULTURE: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any University or University/College Preparation course in Canadian and World Studies, English, or Social Sciences and Humanities

Business/Economics
BAT4M PRINCIPALS OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE
PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 Introduction to Financial Accounting, University/College Preparation
CIA4U ANALYSING CURRENT ECONOMIC ISSUES: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any University or University/College Preparation course in Canadian and World Studies, English, or Social Sciences and Humanities.

Art
AVI4M VISUAL ARTS: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 Visual Arts, University/College Preparation or Open

French
FSF4O CORE FRENCH: OPEN
Prerequisite: Grade11University Preparation or Open

Information Technology
ICS4M COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE - UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11Computer and Information Science, University/College (ICS3M)
BTX4C INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS: COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Grade 11 Information Technology Applications in Business.

Physical and Health Education
PSE4U SCIENCE: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any Grade 11 University or University/College Preparation course in Science, or any Grade 11 or 12 Open course in Health and Physical Education

Social Sciences and Humanities
HZT4U PHILOSOPHY, QUESTIONS AND THEORIES: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any University or University/ College Preparations course in Social Sciences and Humanities, English, or Canadian and World Studies
CLN4U CANADIAN AND INTERNATIONAL LAW: UNIVERSITY PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any university or University/College Preparation course in Canadian and World Studies, English, or Social Sciences and Humanities
HFA4MFOOD AND NUTRITION SCIENCES: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any University, University/College, or College Preparation course in Social Sciences and Humanities, English, or Canadian and World Studies
HHG4M ISSUES IN HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT: UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE PREPARATION
Prerequisite: Any University, University/College, or College Preparation course in Social Sciences and Humanities, English, or Canadian and World Studies
 
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