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.
|Grade 9||Grade 10||Grade 11||Grade 12|
English (At least one choice at each grade level)
|English E10F||English E20F||Comprehensive ECOMF30S||Comprehensive |
|A second additional grade 11 or 12 English credit can be taken as an elective; see choices below.|
Mathematics (At least one choice at each grade level)
|Math M10F||Essentials ME20S||Essentials ME30S||Essentials ME40S|
|Intro to Applied & PreCal MAPC20S||Applied MA30S||Applied MA40S|
|PreCal MPC30S||PreCal MPC40S|
Physical Education (At least one choice at each grade level)
|Physical Education PE10F||Physical Education PE20F||Physical Education PE30F (Various Choices)||Physical Education PE40F (Various Choices)|
|Social Studies |
|Geography GI20F|| History |
|Additional Grade 11 and 12 courses can be taken as electives|
|Science SC10F||Science SC20F||Additional Grade 11 & 12 courses can be taken as electives|
- Although not compulsory, additional grade 11 and 12 Science, Social Studies, Math, and English courses can be considered as electives.
- Students are encouraged to consult with their math teachers and student services if they are unsure about with math course they would be most successful in.
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 3 electives.
- Grade 12 students need to choose 4 electives, at least two that are the grade 12 level
|Course Section||Grade 9||Grade 10||Grade 11||Grade 12|
|Visual Art Portfolio||VAPORT20S||VAPORT30S||VAPORT40S|
|Intro to Computer Programming and Virtual Reality||AITC1_15F/|
|Game Design and Development|| GDD1_25S/ |
|Cyber Defence and Network Security||CNS1_35S/ CNS2_35S||CSI40S||CSII40S|
|Computer Science|| ||CS30S||CS40S|
|Textile Arts & Design||TAD10S||TAD20S||TAD30S||TAD40S|
|Foods and Nutrition||FN10G||FN20G||FN30S||FN40S|
|Power Mechanics/Auto Tech.||PM10G||PM20G||PM30G||PM40S|
|Grade 12 Second Credit of English: Dual Credit Program||ELIT40S-DCP|
|English as an Additional Language|
|* Jazz Band||JB10S||JB20S||JB30S||JB40S|
|* Wind Ensemble||WE20S||WE30S||WE40S|
|* Choral Music||CC10S||CC20S||CC30S||CC40S|
|* Jazz Guitar||JG10S||JG20S||JG30S||JG40S|
|* Musical Theatre||MT20S||MT30S||MT40S|
|First Nations, Inuit and Metis Studies|| ||FNMI40S|
|History and Film||*HCW40S|
|History of Western Civilization||*HWC40S|
|Intro to Calculus/Advanced Math - Fast Forward: Dual Credit Program||*MIC45S-DCP/ MAD45S|