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Compulsory Provincial Course List and Elective Course List

Compulsory Provincial Course List

Most compulsory grade 9, 10, and 11 courses are prerequisites. This means that students who do not complete a compulsory course must repeat this course in summer school to remain on a four year graduation plan.

Notes:
· Although not compulsory, additional grade 11 and 12 science courses and additional grade 12 social studies courses are encouraged to be considered as electives.
· Students are encouraged to listen to the math course recommendation made by their math teachers and speak to them if they wish to register for a math course that they have not been recommended.

Elective Course List

The remaining credits that are required for graduation may be chosen from the list of electives.It is important to check to make sure you have passed or will pass any prerequisite courses by the time the new school year begins.

In addition to the Compulsory credits students also need the following:

*Grade 9 students need to choose 3 electives

*Grade 10 students need to choose 3 electives.
*Grade 11 students need to choose 4 electives.
*Grade 12 students need to choose 3 electives, at least two that are the grade 12 level

Course

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

ART

Art

AR10G

AR20G

AR30G

AR40G

AR40S

Business and Technology Courses

Technology

Info. and Communication Tech.

T115/T215

Web Design

WD35S/ IW35S

Animation and 3D Modeling

AN35S/ MD35S

Digital Filmmaking and Interactive Media

DF25S/ IM35S

*Yearbook (Digital Pictures and Desktop Publishing) (Grade 9 and 10 students welcome)

DP35S/ DI25S

GC40G

Computer Science

CS20S

CS30S

CS40S

Business

Futures in Business

FB15G/ SB25G

Financial Stream

Financial Literacy

FL21G

Accounting

AC30S

AC40S

Marketing Stream

Retailing/School Store

RT20S

Advertising/Promotions

PR30S

Marketing

MK40S

Canadian Law

CL40S

Dramatic Arts

Drama

DR11G

DR20G

DR30G

DR40G

*Musical Theatre

MT11G

MT21G

MT31G

MT41G

Human Ecology

Clothing and Housing Design

CD10G

CD20G

CD30S

CD40S

Family Studies

FS10G

FS20G

FS30S

FS40S

Foods and Nutrition

FN10G

FN20G

FN30S

FN40S

Industrial Arts

Drafting Technology

CAD10G

DT20G

Electronics

EE10G

EE20G

EE30G

EE40S

Engineering

CT10G

Power Mechanics/Auto Tech.

PM10G

PM20G

PM30G

PM40S

Woodworking

W10G

Graphic Communications

GC10G

Languages

French

FR10G

FR20G

FR30S

FR40S

English as an Additional Language

EAL21G

EAL31G

EAL41G

Performing Arts

*Jazz Band

JB10G

JB20G

JB30S

JB40S

Band

MB10G

MB20G

MB30S

MB40S

*Wind Ensemble

MW21G

MW31G

MW41G

*Choral Music

MC10G

MC20G

MC30S

MC40S

*Vocal Jazz

JV10G

JV20G

JV30S

JV40S

Guitar

MG10G

MG20G

MG30S

MG40S

*Jazz Guitar

JG30G

JG40G

Leadership

Recreational and Athletic Leadership

PE31G

PE41G

Science

Current Topics in Science

TS30S

Biology

B30S

B40S

Chemistry

C30S

C40S

Physics

P30S

P40S

Social Studies

CurrentTopics in First Nations, Inuit, and Metis Studies

IA40S

Contemporary Affairs

CS11G

CA21G

CA31G

Psychology

PY40S

History of Western Civilization

H40G/H40S

Global Issues

GI40S

Advanced Placement Courses

AP Biology

B42S

Intro to Calculas/Advanced Math

M45S/M45ST

AP Chemistry

C42S

AP English Language and Composition

E42S

AP World History (Online)

H42S

AP Physics

P42S

Notes:
It is best for students to take electives that are within their grade level.

Many students will consider additional English and Math courses as an elective.

*The followingare additional electives which students may take outside of the regular timetable. Because they are outside the timetable, they are in addition to the credits that most students will take in one year. These are usually scheduled at noon or after school. These courses are:

· Jazz Band
· Choral
· Musical Theatre
· Vocal Jazz
· Yearbook
· Wind Ensemble