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Career Life Connections 12

  Students focus upon career-life exploration. Students explore the links between personal development and competencies, with post-secondary transitions, career decisions, work place preparation and opportunities in a changing world. Career Life Education 12 is only

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Career Life Education 10

Students focus upon career-life exploration. Students explore the links between personal development and competencies, with post-secondary transitions, career decisions, work place preparation and opportunities in a changing world.

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Career Life Education 12

  Students focus upon career-life exploration. Students explore the links between personal development and competencies, with post-secondary transitions, career decisions, work place preparation and opportunities in a changing world. Career Life Education 12 is only

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Chemistry 11

A basic general chemistry course on atoms, molecules, elements, compounds, the mole concept, stoichiometric calculations, types of chemical reactions, chemical bonds, gases, solutions, and elementary organic chemistry.

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Chemistry 12

An advanced course in basic physical chemistry, focusing on the following topics: kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, solubility, and electrochemistry.

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Comparative Civilizations 12

This course explores selected aspects of major world civilizations, both Eastern and Western. Aspects examined include everyday life, family relations, religion and world view, literature, art, and architecture. The course is designed to show the diversity

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Drama 10

This is an introductory course in drama that focuses on the development of basic drama skills. Through extensive work in both small and large groups, students gain confidence as they explore and communicate ideas, experiences

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English 10

This course focuses on structured writing, terminology, and the analysis and interpretation of text. Students will study short fiction and poetry from a selection of culturally diverse authors.

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English 11

This is a course in literature and language skills. Through the development of skills in reading, writing, speaking, listening and critical thinking, students will broaden their ability to comprehend and analyze works in the four

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English 12

This is an advanced course in the study of literature and language skills. Students will build on their skills of reading, writing, speaking, listening and critical thinking, and will learn to more fully comprehend, analyze,

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Foundations of Mathematics 10 and Pre-Calculus 10

This course includes operations on powers with integral exponents, prime factorization, functions and relations(connecting data, graphs, and situations), linear functions(slope and equations of lines) , arithmetic sequences, systems of linear equations, multiplication of polynomial expressions,

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Foundations of Mathematics 11

This course includes forms of mathematical reasoning, angle relationships, graphical analysis (linear inequalities, quadratic functions, systems of equations and optimization), applications of statistics, scale models and financial literacy (compound interest, investments and loans).

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Foundations of Mathematics 12

This course includes geometric explorations (constructions, conics and fractals), graphical representations of polynomial, logarithmic, exponential, and sinusoidal functions, regression analysis, financial planning, combinatorics, odds, probability and expected value.

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Geography 12

This course introduces students to an understanding of tectonic and gradational features and processes, weather and climate and their impact on human activities, biomes, resources, and environmental sustainability.

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Graduation Transitions

This is a 4 credit requirement of the BC Secondary Program (2004). It requires student participation in 2.5 hours per week of physical activity throughout the program and completion of 30 hours of volunteer work.

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