Ursuline College Chatham Catholic Secondary School - Pathways to Success Course Calendar 2019-2020 - St. Clair Catholic District ...

 
Ursuline College Chatham Catholic Secondary School - Pathways to Success Course Calendar 2019-2020 - St. Clair Catholic District ...
Ursuline College
Chatham Catholic
Secondary School

 Pathways to Success
   Course Calendar
     2019-2020
Ursuline College Chatham Catholic Secondary School - Pathways to Success Course Calendar 2019-2020 - St. Clair Catholic District ...
Table of Contents
This resource is produced to help students plan their education pathways and career destinations. Parents/guardians are
encouraged to aid in their children’s education plans. The Steps on “How to Choose My Courses” and the Education Planner
on pages 6 and 7 will assist students and their parents/guardians with the course selection process.
                                                                                       Understanding Courses and Codes ............................... 22
 Our Mission - Lighting The Way - Rejoicing In Our
 Journey                                                                               Choosing Applied or Academic Level Courses. ............... 22
Our Mission .................................................................. 3       eLearning ................................................................... 24
                                                                                       Assessment and Evaluation .......................................... 24
 Ursuline College Chatham - A Brief Profile
UCC History .................................................................. 4        Specialized Programs
UCC Philosophy ............................................................. 4          Additional programs available to Ursuline College
                                                                                        students which will enhance their educational experience.
 Pathways Information                                                                  French Immersion Program ......................................... 25
 Information to help students reach a career
                                                                                       Religious Education Program ........................................ 25
 destination.
                                                                                       Co-operative Education Program .................................. 26
Pathways to Success ..................................................... 4
                                                                                       Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program (OYAP) .............. 26
Individual Pathways Plan Grade 7 to 12 .......................... 5
                                                                                       St. Clair College Dual Credit Program ........................... 27
How to Choose My Courses ........................................... 6
                                                                                       St. Clair College Level One Apprenticeship Program. ......27
Education Planner ......................................................... 7
                                                                                       Specialist High Skills Major Program ............................. 27
Graduation Checklist ..................................................... 7
                                                                                       Extracurricular Activities .............................................. 31
Career Pathways and Suggested Course Electives ........... 8
Sample Pathways ........................................................ 10             Course Descriptions
Course Selection By Department .................................. 14                    Major subject areas are listed alphabetically
                                                                                       The Arts ..................................................................... 33
 Resources For Success
                                                                                       Business Studies ......................................................... 36
 Resources and services available to Ursuline College
 students to help them be successful.                                                  Canadian and World Studies ........................................ 38
Guidance Department ................................................. 18               Classical and International Languages .......................... 41
Campus Ministry ......................................................... 18           Co-operative Ed., Peer Mentoring and Leadership .......... 41
Library ....................................................................... 18     Computer Studies ....................................................... 42
Chatham-Kent Public Health Nurse ............................... 18                    English ....................................................................... 43
Youth Worker.............................................................. 18          French as a Second Language ..................................... 45
Afterschool Homework Help ......................................... 18                 Guidance and Career Education ................................... 46
Online Resources ........................................................ 18           Health and Physical Education ..................................... 47
Tutoring......................................................................... 19   Mathematics ............................................................... 49
Student Success .......................................................... 19          Native Studies............................................................. 51
Lancer Link Crew Grade Nine Program ......................... 19                       Religious Studies ......................................................... 51
Special Education Program and Services ....................... 19                      Science ...................................................................... 52
                                                                                       Social Sciences and Humanities.................................... 54
 Course Calendar Information                                                           Technological Education .............................................. 55
 Essential information related to education in Ontario and
 within the St. Clair Catholic District School Board.
Graduation Requirements for Secondary School ............ 20
  2                                         Ursuline College Chatham Catholic Secondary School
Lighting the Way - Rejoicing in Our Journey

                       LIGHTING THE WAY - REJOICING IN OUR JOURNEY
                         Our Plan for Excellence in our Catholic Schools

                                       OUR MISSION
Walking together in Christ’s light with parish and family, we are called to build a safe and
 inclusive Catholic learning community and to serve as partners in the formation of life-
                                     long learners by:
                        • Living our faith;
                        • Promoting educational achievement and innovation;
                        • Fostering stewardship, leadership, and social justice.

STRATEGIC PRIORITIES              GOALS AND STRATEGIC ACTIONS                                              DESIRED RESULTS

LIVING OUR FAITH       We will live our faith when:                                      •   Our faith will be recognized as the foundation of who
                       •   We work in all ways to be living examples of our Mis-             we are as a Catholic school system.
                           sion as a Catholic school board.                              •   Our employees will model and teach our Catholic
                       •   Our Catholic elementary and secondary schools are                 faith by word and examples.
                           first choice for all Catholic families in our region.         •   Our Catholic faith, sacramental life and commitment
                       •   Our Catholic faith is present in all aspects of our cur-          to social justice will be taught, learned and lived in
                           riculum and visible in our school environments.                   partnership with parishes and homes.
                       •   We provide adult faith formation for our staff.               •   The community will be well-informed about the
                       •   Information about our quality Catholic school system              Catholic programs, services and choices that we offer.
                           is readily available in our community.

PROMOTING EDUCA-       We will promote educational achievement for all when:             •   Our educators will be skilled at providing 21st-Cen-
TIONAL ACHIEVEMENT     •   Our students’ learning experiences are 21st-Century:              tury learning and our learning environment will be
AND INNOVATION             reflective of the global and digital age in which we              equipped to do so.
                           live, rich in critical thinking, creativity and citizenship   •   Our students will achieve:
                           and enhanced by technology.                                       1. Developmentally appropriate literacy and math
                       •   Our students achieve their highest levels of appropri-                  benchmarks in the primary and junior divisions;
                           ate educational and personal development.                         2. Level 3 in literacy and numeracy in the interme-
                       •   We prepare our students for academic and practical                      diate and senior divisions;
                           success through innovative career-based opportuni-                3. 16 credits by the completion of Grade 10;
                           ties involving Colleges, Co-operative Education and               4. Increased graduation rates.
                           Apprenticeships.                                              •   Our partnerships and programs will create valuable
                       •   We commit to high levels of achievement and well-                 opportunities for student development both within
                           being for all students through professional learning              and beyond the classroom, that prepare them well
                           that is collaborative, job embedded and responsive to             for the future.
                           their needs within a caring Catholic culture.                 •   Our principals and teaching staff will continually learn
                                                                                             and collaboratively develop best practice teaching
                                                                                             and learning strategies.
FOSTERING STEWARD-     We will foster stewardship, leardership and social justice        •   Optimum use will be made of all our resources,
SHIP, LEADERSHIP AND   when:                                                                 schools and related facilities.
SOCIAL JUSTICE         •   We model behaviour that is ethical, courageous and            •   Communication, inclusion and fiscal responsibility will
                           deeply rooted in our faith.                                       underpin all our resource management decisions.
                       •   We are responsive, transparent and accountable in             •   We will take significant steps to show leadership in
                           our actions and decisions.                                        environmental responsibility, energy use and ecologi-
                       •   We make wise decisions on the use of human and                    cal practice.
                           public resources and facilities in our care.                  •   We will be recognized as valuable partners in com-
                       •   We are an active participant in the communities in                munity initiatives where we can make a positive
                           which we work.                                                    difference.
                       •   We all care for God’s creation by managing and re-
                           ducing our carbon footprint in measurable ways.

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UCC History and Pathways to Success

                         UCC History                                                     Pathways to Success

Our high school inherits a rich and lasting tradition of Chris- tian   A “program pathway” consists of a combination of courses,
education. St. Angela Merici (1474-1540), founder of the               supports and experiences that make up students’ educational
Ursuline Religious Order, stressed that her community would            programs as they move from Grade Nine to graduation. These
serve God’s people principally through education. Much later           supports consist of parental involvement, guidance counsellors,
one of her devoted followers, Mother Mary Xavier Le Bihan,             student success teacher, credit recovery, ongoing review of the
sailed from Brittany in northern France and founded a convent          IEP, experiential learning, eLearning, literacy course, and
and school in a tiny pioneer community, Chatham. Known later           compulsory credit substitutions. Program pathways are clearly
as Ursuline College, this school for girls, from 1860 to 1971,         aligned with the strengths and learning styles of each individual
drew students from widely scattered points in Canada, the              student.
United States and even Latin America. In 1972 the school
became co-educational and in 1973 our school, through                  “Pathways thinking” signals a new way to engage in the course
arrangements made with the Kent County Roman Catholic                  selection process. A program pathway is designed to lead a
School Board, provided a Catholic high school education for            student to a particular destination. This does not mean,
boys and girls from Chatham, and all sections of Kent County.          however, that the student will always end up at that destination.
In January 1998, the Kent and Lambton County Separate School           Plans can change, and students are encouraged to make new
Boards amalgamated to form St. Clair Catholic District School          choices as they revise goals and develop new interests and
Board.                                                                 abilities. The ideal program pathway has built-in flexibility so
                                                                       that new choices can be made without disrupting students’
The provincial government granted Catholic schools full funding        progress. This takes careful and early planning. Grade Seven
from Grade Nine to OAC in 1985. This funding has allowed               is an ideal time to start.
Ursuline College to flourish as a secondary school offering its
students programs in every educational area. We are proud of           The students' program pathways should reflect the goals that
our school because of its long tradition of excellence. It has been    motivate students to complete their secondary education. A
a quality educational facility since 1860 and will continue this       program pathway facilitates a smooth transition to the next
tradition for many generations.                                        stage of their lives, be that apprenticeship, college, community
                                                                       living, university or the workplace.
                      UCC Philosophy
                                                                                Message to Parents and Students
As a Catholic high school, one of our primary goals is to teach
and to encourage our students to live the gospel of Jesus. We          What students believe about themselves and          their oppor-
expect our students to grow in the knowledge of the Catholic           tunities, and what their peers and the adults      in their lives
faith and in the principles of living which it demands: love and       believe about them, significantly influences the    choices they
reverence for God and creation, justice and concern for all            make and the degree to which they are able to      achieve their
people, honesty and desire for truth, understanding of                 goals.
commitment and responsible behaviour.
                                                                       The new education and career/life planning policy for Ontario
A positive learning environment combined with a demand for             schools is based on the belief that all students can      be
excellence makes Ursuline College a superior educational facility.     successful, that success comes in many forms, and that there
Guided by our Catholic belief, staff work to expand the growth         are many different pathways to success.
of each individual student according to the student’s ability and
potential given to him/her by God.
                                                                       The policy is founded on a vision in which all students leave
                                                                       secondary school with a clear plan for their initial post-sec-
We are an institution that strives to have our students be proud       ondary destination - whether it be apprenticeship training,
of who they are, be productive individuals in the community, and       college, community living, university, or the workplace - and
be people who practice the teaching of Jesus Christ.                   with the confidence that they can revise their plans as they, and
                                                                       the world around them, change. This vision sees students as
We assume that individuals who choose our school are inter-            the architects of their lives (Education and Career/ Life Program
ested in knowing more about the teachings of Jesus Christ. As          for Kindergarten to Grade 12, 2013).
a facility whose foundation has been built on Catholic tradition,
it is expected that each student will participate in the religion
classes offered at Ursuline College.

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Individual Pathways Plan Grade 7 to 12

                                   Individual Pathways Plan Grade 7 to 12
              Gain Awareness Grade 7                               Explore Opportunities Grade 10
Students by the end of Grade 7 will document:            Students by the end of Grade 10 will document:
• 2 goals                                                • 2 goals
• 2 interests                                            • “About Me” article
• a High School Plan                                     • Plan courses to Graduation
• a Favourite Occupation                                 • a Favourite Opportunity
• 1 Reflection                                           • Rank top 3 Occupations
Other Activities:                                        • Financial Budget
• Attend a High School Event                             • 1 Reflection
• Attend Muskoka Woods                                   Other Activities:
                                                         • Guidance Visit
             Identify Strengths Grade 8                  • Co-Op Career Fair
Students by the end of Grade 8 will document:            • Update Resume
• 2 goals                                                • Play the “My Personal GPS” game in Careers Class.
• 5 Skills and Abilities
• Plan courses for Gr. 9                                              Gain Experience Grade 11
• a Favourite Occupation                                Students by the end of Grade 11 will document:
• 2 Reflections                                         • 2 Goals
Other Activities:                                       • Volunteer Work Experience
• High School Guidance Classroom Visit                  • Plan courses to Graduation
• Attend a High School Open House                       • a Favourite Opportunity (3 total)
                                                        • 2 Reflections
               Self-Discovery Grade 9                   Other Activities:
Students by the end of Grade 9 will document:           • Guidance Visit
• 2 goals                                               • Experiential Learning such as Co-operative Education,
• 2 Extracurricular Activities                              SHSM, OYAP or Dual Credits
• Plan courses for Gr. 10                               • Attend a Post-secondary information night
• a Favourite Opportunity
• a Favourite Occupation                                              Refine Your Plan Grade 12
• 2 Reflections                                         Students by the end of Grade 12 will document:
Other Activities:                                       • 2 goals
• Participate in “Take Our Kids to Work” Day            • 2 Achievements
• Guidance Visit                                        • Plan courses to Graduation
• Attend post-secondary Parent Night                    • Rank top 3 Opportunities
• Co-Op Career Fair                                     • Financial Budget
                                                        • 2 Reflections
                                                        Other Activities:
                                                        • Guidance visit to discuss transition
                                                        • Experiential Learning such as Co-operative Education,
                                                            SHSM, OYAP or Dual Credits
                                                        • Attend a post-secondary information night
                                                        • Visit post-secondary campuses
                                                        • Complete post-secondary applications
                                                        • Complete scholarship applications

                                                        Login to MyBluePrint: www.myblueprint.ca/stclair
                                                         Username: (first.last123@sccdsb.net)
                                                         Password: (Student number)

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How to Choose My Courses
Selecting your courses can be somewhat overwhelming. If you take these six simple steps, you may find your decisions easier to
make. A design-down or working-backward approach will help you determine what courses you need in order to pursue the career
you want in your future.

    Step 1           What career(s) interest me?
                      Use the following website to help you with your career research. www.myblueprint.ca/stclair

    Step 2          Which destination will best serve to lead to my career of choice?
                    Do research to find out the Grade 12 required courses needed for your destination.
                    Use the Education Planner (page 5), Pathways Charts (pages 6-11) and Course Selection Charts (pages 12-15) to help you.

         Apprenticeship                                College                              University                           Workplace
•   www.apprenticesearch.com           •   www.ontariocolleges.ca              •   www.electronicinfo.ca           • Refer to the Career Pathways
•   Click About Trades (at the top)    •   Click Find a Program                •   Click Find a Program              Chart on pages 8-9
•   Click a Sector                     •   Search for desired program          •   Search for desired program      • Refer to the Sample Pathways
•   Research different occupations     •   Click Visit in desired program to   •   Compare to find required          on pages 12-13
    to find required courses               find required courses                   courses

    Step 3
Fill in your Grade 12 courses. Keep in mind
the required courses from your research
above.                                                            Grade 12 Courses

        English           Religion            Option               Option             Option             Option         Option                Option

                     Fill in your Grade 11 courses.
    Step 4           Keep in mind the prerequi-
                     site courses needed for your
                     Grade 12 courses.
                                                                  Grade 11 Courses

        English           Religion          Mathematics            Option             Option             Option         Option                Option

                     Fill in your Grade 10 courses.
    Step 5           Keep in mind the prerequi-
                     site courses needed for your
                     Grade 11 courses.
                                                                  Grade 10 Courses
        English           Religion          Mathematics           Science          Careers/Civics        History        Option                Option

                     Fill in your Grade 9 courses.
    Step 6           Keep in mind the prerequi-
                     site courses needed for your
                     Grade 10 courses.
                                                                   Grade 9 Courses

        English           Religion          Mathematics           Science           Geography            French         Option                Option

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Education Planner

         Use the following chart to plan your course selection for obtaining your OSSD:
           Year One                       Year Two                      Year Three                      Year Four
            Grade 9                       Grade 10                       Grade 11                       Grade 12
English                        English                       English                         English
Religion                       Religion                      Religion                        Religion
Mathematics                    Mathematics                   Mathematics
Science                        Science
Canadian Geography             Canadian History
French                         Civics/Career Studies
Arts
Physical Education
Exploring Technologies

                                                  Graduation Checklist
                                                  18 Compulsory Credits:

 4     English                                                  One credit from each of the following groups:

                                                                Group 1 Additional credit in English, or French as
 3     Mathematics                                                        a Second Language, or a Native
                                                                          Language, or a Classical Language or
                                                                          an International Language, or Social
 2     Science
                                                                          Sciences and the Humanities, or Cana-
                                                                          dian and World Studies, or Guidance
 1     Canadian Geography                                                 and Career Education, or Co-opera-
                                                                          tive Education.*
 1     Canadian History                                         Group 2 Additional credit in Health and Physical
                                                                         Education, or the Arts, or Business
                                                                         Studies, or French as a Second Lan-
 1     Health and Physical Education
                                                                         guage or Co-operative Education.*

 1     The Arts                                                 Group 3 Additional credit in Science (Grade 11 or
                                                                         12), or Technological Education, or
                                                                         Computer Studies, or French as a
 1     French as a Second Language                                       Second Language, or Co-operative
                                                                         Education.*
 .5 Career Studies

                                                             12 Optional Credits**
 .5 Civics

* A maximum of two credits in Co-operative Education
  can count as compulsory credits.                                         40 Hours of Community Involvement Activities

** Will include four Religious Studies credits.                            Successful completion of the provincial literacy
                                                                           requirement OSSLT or OSSLC.

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Career Pathways and Suggested Course Electives

      Career
                                       Apprenticeship                                   College                                    University                               Workplace
     Pathway
        Arts,                      • Draftsperson - Mechanical              •   Librarian & Museum Technician             •   Librarian, Conservator                 •   Musical Band Player, Singer
                                   • Draftsperson - Plastic Mold Design     •   Photographer, Graphic Artist              •   Curator, Archivist                     •   Actor, Comedian, Dancer, DJ
  Communications                   • Draftsperson - Tool & Die Design       •   Animator                                  •   Writer, Editor, Journalist             •   Video Camera Operator
   and Recreation                  • Special Events Coordinator             •   Copywriter                                •   Public Relations Officer               •   Theatre/Stage Technician
                                   • Entertainment Industry - Electrical    •   Fitness Instructor                        •   Translator, Interpreter                •   Set Builder/Dresser
Programs related to the hu-          Technician                             •   Recreational Facilities Manager           •   Director, Producer                     •   Prop Person, Prompter
manities, recreation and to the    • Facilities Mechanic                    •   Multimedia Designer                       •   Choreographer, Dancer, Cinematog-      •   Fashion Model
performing, visual, literary and                                            •   Actor, Media Announcer                        rapher                                 •   Window Display Designer
                                                                            •   Community Program Planner                 •   Conductor, Composer, Arranger          •   Artisan/Craftsperson
media arts.                                                                 •   Public Relations Officer                  •   Musician, Singer                       •   Photographer
                                                                            •   Writer, Journalist                        •   Actor, Painter, Sculptor               •   Fitness Instructor
                                                                            •   Media Consultant                          •   Recreational Facilities Manager        •   Ski Lift Operator
                                                                            •   Graphic Designer                          •   Teacher                                •   Sign Maker
                                                                            •   Interior Designer                         •   Designer, Illustrator

 Business, Finance,                •   Appliance Service Technician         •   Manager, Supervisor (all sectors)         •   Senior Manager, Supervisor             •   Telephone Surveyor/Solicitor
                                   •   Assistant Cook                       •   Human Resource Officer                    •   Financial Auditor                      •   Mail Room Clerk and Sorter
 Sales and Service                 •   Baker                                •   Customer Service Representative           •   Accountant                             •   Business Messenger/Letter Carrier
                                   •   Chef                                 •   Insurance and Real Estate Agent           •   Securities Agent                       •   Travel Counsellor
Programs related to entrepre-      •   Cook                                 •   Bookkeeper, Payroll Officer               •   Investment Analyst                     •   Airline Ticket/Cargo/Sales Clerk
neurship, sales, marketing,        •   Gem setter/Goldsmith                 •   Secretary, Administrative Clerk           •   Investment Dealer and Broker           •   Tour and Travel Guide
hospitality and tourism, com-      •   Hairstylist                          •   Property Manager                          •   Human Resource Specialist              •   Street Vendor
puter/information systems, fi-     •   Interior Decorator                   •   Retail Sales Clerk                        •   Personnel and Recruitment Officer      •   Food and Beverage Server
nance, accounting, personnel,      •   Locksmith                            •   Chefs, Restaurant Manager                 •   Conference and Event Planner           •   Cleaner, Janitor, Housekeeper
economics and management           •   Retail Meat Cutter                   •   Police Officer and Firefighter            •   Public Relations Consultant            •   Security Guard
                                   •   Automotive Parts Person              •   Conference and Event Planner              •   Teacher                                •   Dry Cleaning and Laundry Worker
                                   •   Pool, Hot Tub and Spa Installer                                                    •   Financial Advisor                      •   Shipper/Receiver
                                   •   Pool, Hot Tub and Spa Service Tech                                                                                            •   Bank Teller, Cashier

Health, Natural and                •   Arborist                             •   Laser Technician                          • Physicist, Astronomer, Chemist,          • Animal Care Worker and Pet
                                   •   Agriculture: Dairy or Swine Herder   •   Environmental Consultant                    Geologist, Meteorologist                   Grooming/Kennel Worker
 Applied Sciences                  •   Fruit Grower                         •   Biomedical Equipment Technician           • Biologist, Forester, Agriculturalist     • Funeral Assistant
                                   •   Horticulturalist                     •   Civil, Mechanical, Industrial, Electri-   • Audiologist, Physio and Occupational     • Dental Receptionist
Programs related to the treat-     •   Turf Equipment Technician                cal, Manufacturing, Computer Engi-          Therapist                                • Health Care Aide
ment of illness and the promo-                                                  neering Technician and Technologist       • Architect, Urban Planner, Surveyor       • Landscaping and Nursery Worker
tion of health. It also includes                                            •   Paramedic and Dental Hygienist            • Mathematician, Statistician              • Groundskeeper
mathematics,        engineering                                             •   Horticulturalist/Landscape Techni-        • Physician, Dentist and Veterinarian      • Beef/Poultry/Sheep Producer
technologies,      architectural                                                cian                                      • Optometrist, Chiropractor, Psycholo-     • Conservation Fishery Worker
studies, horticulture, environ-                                             •   Agricultural Technologist                   gist and Other Health Professionals      • Water/Plant Worker
ment and planning.                                                          •   Farm Manager                              • Pharmacist, Dietician and Nutritionist   • Home Support Worker
                                                                            •   Massage Therapist, Practical Nurse        • Nurse Supervisor & Registered Nurse      • Nurse’s Aide/Orderly
                                                                            •   Veterinarian Technician                   • Engineer: Industrial, Metallurgical,
                                                                            •   Energy Specialist                           Aerospace, Computer

      Information                  • Information Technology Support         •   Computer and Network Operator             • Computer and Information Systems         • Computer Support Technician
                                     Analyst - Hardware, Help Desk,         •   Web Technician                              Professional                             • Data Entry Clerk
      Technology                     Network                                •   User Support Technician                   • Information Systems Analyst              • Retail - Computer Games, Com-
                                   • Network Cabling Specialist             •   Systems Testing Technician                • Database Analyst                           puter Parts, Communications
Programs related to com-           • Optics Technician                      •   Internet Web Site Technician              • Data Administrator                       • Multimedia Sales and Support
puter/information   systems,       • Telecommunications Installer and       •   Help Desk Technician                      • Software or Computer Engineer            • Web Master
information technology sup-          Repairer                               •   Database Administrator                    • Computer Programmer                      • Web Site Design
port, computer programming                                                  •   Broadcast Technician                      • Interactive Media Developer              • Desktop Publisher
or engineering.                                                                                                           • Web Site Designer and Developer          • Telephone Line Installer/Repair
                                                                                                                          • Computer Security Expert                   Worker

  Social Sciences,                 • Early Childhood Educator               •   Early Childhood Educator                  • Judge, Lawyer                            •   Law Office Worker
                                   • Educational Assistant                  •   Developmental Services Worker             • Educational Administrator                •   Real Estate Agent
  Government and                   • Child and Youth Worker                 •   Paralegal                                 • University Professor                     •   Women’s Shelter Worker
  Human Services                                                            •   Ergonomist                                • College & Other Vocational Instructor    •   Drop-In Centre Worker
                                                                            •   Educational Assistant                     • Secondary and Elementary School          •   Community Service Worker
Programs related to economic,                                               •   Immigration Worker                          Teacher                                  •   Aboriginal Outreach Worker
political and social systems,                                               •   Child and Youth Worker                    • Psychologist, Social Worker, Counsel-    •   Nanny or Babysitter
including education, law and                                                •   Social Services Worker                      lor, Clergy and Probation Officer        •   Government Courier/Messenger
legal studies, law enforce-                                                 •   Human Resource Specialist                 • Economist, Economic Development          •   Religious Assistant
ment, public administration,                                                •   Police Officer                              Officer, Social Policy Researcher        •   Day Care Worker
child, family, social services                                              •   Customs and Immigration Officer           • Biblical Studies, Pastoral Studies,      •   Elections Officer/Worker
and religion.                                                               •   Correctional Worker                         Theology

 Trades, Transport                 •   Automotive Body Repairer             •   Contractor and Trade Supervisor           •   Airport Manager                        • Construction Trade Helper and
                                   •   Automotive Service Technician        •   Transportation (Logistics) Supervisor     •   Railway Manager                          Labourer
   and Industrial                  •   Truck and Coach Technician           •   Air Traffic Controller                    •   Transit Manager                        • Cable Television Service and
   Technologies                    •   Motorcycle Mechanic                  •   Industrial Instrumentation Techni-        •   Distribution Manager                     Maintenance Technician
                                   •   Small Engine Technician                  cian                                      •   Logistics Manager                      • Motor Vehicle and Transit Driver
Programs related to engineer-      •   Farm Equipment Technician            •   Heating and Cooling Technician            •   Warehouse Manager                      • Carpet Installer
ing, transportation and related    •   Brick and Stone Mason                •   Logging and Forestry Supervisor           •   Plant Manager                          • Foundry Furnace Worker
technologies, mechanics and        •   Construction Trades                  •   Computerized Numerical Control            •   Primary Industry Manager (Mining,      • Oil and Gas Drilling Worker
repair, manufacturing tech-        •   General Carpenter                        (CNC) Operator or Programmer                  Fisheries, Forestry, Agriculture)      • Logging and Forestry Labourer
nology, precision production,      •   Refrigeration & Air Conditioning     •   Technologist: Chemical, Petroleum                                                    • Mechanical/Electrical Assembler
electronics,      construction,        Mechanic                                 Refining, Manufacturing, Construc-                                                   • Labourer in Processing and
fisheries management and           •   Plumber, Steamfitter                     tion Engineering                                                                       Manufacturing
forestry.                          •   Drywall , Acoustic & Lathing Ap-                                                                                              • Industrial Butcher, Meat Cutter
                                       plicator                                                                                                                        and Poultry Preparer
                                   •   Mould Maker, Tool and Die Maker
                                   •   Machinist, Welder
                                   •   Industrial Mechanic Millwright

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Career Pathways and Suggested Course Electives

         Grade 9                        Grade 10                                       Grade 11                                         Grade 12
    Suggested Electives             Suggested Electives                            Suggested Electives                              Suggested Electives
•   Comprehensive Arts          •   Communications Technology                  • Communications         • Languages for         • Canadian and          • Information &
•   Dramatic Arts               •   Core French                                • Co-operative Ed.         Travel                  World Issues            Communication
•   Healthy Active Living       •   Dance                                      • Core French            • Leadership and        • Communications          Technology
•   Instrumental Music          •   Discovering the Workplace                  • Dance                    Peer Support          • Co-operative Ed.      • Instrumental Music
•   Learning Strategies         •   Dramatic Arts                              • Dramatic Arts          • Media Studies         • Core French           • Mathematics
•   Visual Arts                 •   Fashion Arts                               • Film Studies           • Parenting             • Dance                 • Spanish
•   Exploring Technologies      •   French Immersion                           • French Immersion       • Personal and Fit-     • Dramatic Arts         • Studies in Litera-
                                •   Healthy Active Living Education            • Healthy Active Liv-      ness Activities       • Exercise Science        ture
                                •   Instrumental Music                           ing Education          • Resistance Training   • The Fashion           • Tech. Design
                                •   Introduction to Computer Studies           • Hospitality            • Spanish                 Industry              • Visual Arts
                                •   Learning Strategies                        • Information &          • Tech. Design          • Film Studies          • Vocal Music
                                •   Spanish                                      Communication          • Travel and Tourism    • French Immersion      • World History
                                •   Visual Arts, Crafts                          Technology             • Visual Arts, Crafts   • Healthy Active Liv-   • Writer’s Craft
                                •   Vocal Music                                • Instrumental Music     • Vocal Music             ing Education

•   Comprehensive Arts          •   Communications Technology                  •   Communications       • Intro to Anthropol-   • Analyzing Current     • Entrepreneurship
•   Dramatic Arts               •   Core French                                •   Co-operative Ed.       ogy, Psychology         Economic Issues       • The Fashion
•   Healthy Active Living       •   Discovering the Workplace                  •   Core French            and Sociology         • Building Financial      Industry
•   Instrumental Music          •   Fashion Arts                               •   Financial Account-   • Intro to Computer       Securities            • Financial Account-
•   Introduction to Business    •   French Immersion                               ing Fundamentals       Programming/          • Canadian and            ing Principles
•   Learning Strategies         •   Hairstyling and Aesthetics                 •   French Immersion       Science                 International Law     • French Immersion
•   Visual Arts                 •   Information and Communication Technology   •   Hairstyling and      • Marketing             • Communications        • Information &
•   Exploring Technologies      •   Introduction to Business                       Aesthetics           • Travel and Tourism      Technology              Communication
                                •   Introduction to Computer Studies           •   Hospitality          • Understanding         • Computer Pro-           Technology
                                •   Learning Strategies                        •   Information &          Canadian Law            gramming/Science      • International Busi-
                                •   Spanish                                        Communication                                • Core French             ness Fundamentals
                                                                                   Technology                                   • Co-operative Ed./     • Mathematics
                                                                                                                                  OYAP/Dual Credit      • Spanish

•   Comprehensive Arts          •   Core French                                • Biology, Environmental Science, Chemistry,     • Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Space Science,
•   Dramatic Arts               •   Discovering the Workplace                    Physics                                          Physics, Science
•   Healthy Active Living       •   French Immersion                           • Co-operative Education/OYAP                    • Computer Programming/Science
•   Instrumental Music          •   Healthy Active Living Education            • Healthy Active Living Education                • Co-operative Education/OYAP/Dual Credit
•   Learning Strategies         •   Information and Communication Technology   • Intro to Anthropology, Psychology and          • Environment and Resource Management
•   Visual Arts                 •   Introduction to Computer Studies             Sociology                                      • Exercise Science
•   Exploring Technologies      •   Learning Strategies                        • Intro to Computer Programming/Science          • Healthy Active Living Education
                                •   Spanish                                    • Leadership and Peer Support                    • Leadership and Peer Support
                                                                               • Manufacturing Technology                       • Manufacturing Technology
                                                                               • Mathematics                                    • Mathematics
                                                                               • Parenting                                      • Technological Design
                                                                               • Physical Geography                             • Computer Engineering Technology
                                                                               • Technological Design
                                                                               • Computer Engineering Technology

•   Comprehensive Arts          •   Communications Technology                  •   Communications Technology                    •   Communications Technology
•   Dramatic Arts               •   Discovering the Workplace                  •   Co-operative Education/OYAP                  •   Computer Programming/Science
•   Healthy Active Living       •   Information and Communication Technology   •   Information & Communication Technology       •   Co-operative Education/OYAP/Dual Credit
•   Instrumental Music          •   Introduction to Business                   •   Intro to Computer Programming/Science        •   Information & Communication Technology
•   Introduction to Business    •   Introduction to Computer Studies           •   Technological Design                         •   Mathematics
•   Learning Strategies         •   Learning Strategies                        •   Computer Engineering Technology              •   Technological Design
•   Visual Arts                                                                                                                 •   Computer Engineering Technology
•   Exploring Technologies

•   Comprehensive Arts          •   Core French                                • American History       • Parenting             • Analyzing Current     • Healthy Active Liv-
•   Dramatic Arts               •   Discovering the Workplace                  • Co-operative           • Peer Mentoring          Economic issues         ing Education
•   Healthy Active Living       •   French Immersion                             Education/|OYAP        • Personal and Fit-     • Canadian and          • Indiv. & Families in
•   Instrumental Music          •   Healthy Active Living Education            • Core French              ness Activities         International Law       a Diverse Society
•   Learning Strategies         •   Introduction to Computer Studies           • French Immersion       • Physical Geography    • Canadian and          • Issues in Human
•   Visual Arts                 •   Learning Strategies                        • Healthy Active Liv-    • Resistance Training     World Issues            Growth & Dev.
•   Exploring Technologies      •   Spanish                                      ing Education          • Spanish               • Co-operative Ed./     • Leadership and
                                                                               • Intro to Anthropol-    • Travel and Tourism      OYAP/Dual Credit        Peer Support
                                                                                 ogy, Psychology        • Understanding         • Core French           • Peer Mentoring
                                                                                 and Sociology            Canadian Law          • Environment &         • Physical Geography
                                                                               • Leadership and                                   Resource Mgt.         • Spanish
                                                                                 Peer Support                                   • French Immersion      • World History

•   Comprehensive Arts          •   Discovering the Workplace                  • Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science,     •   Biology, Chemistry, Physics
•   Dramatic Arts               •   Fashion Arts                                 Physics                                        •   Communications Technology
•   Healthy Active Living       •   Information and Communication Technology   • Communications Technology                      •   Computer Programming/Science
•   Instrumental Music          •   Introduction to Business                   • Construction Technology                        •   Construction Technology
•   Introduction to Business    •   Introduction to Computer Studies           • Co-operative Education/OYAP                    •   Co-operative Education/OYAP/Dual Credit
•   Learning Strategies         •   Learning Strategies                        • Hospitality                                    •   Hospitality
•   Visual Arts                 •   Manufacturing Technology                   • Information and Communication Technology       •   Information and Communication Technology
•   Exploring Technologies      •   Construction Technology                    • Intro to Computer Programming/Science          •   Manufacturing Technology
                                                                               • Manufacturing Technology                       •   Technological Design
                                                                               • Technological Design                           •   Woodworking Technology
                                                                               • Woodworking Technology                         •   Computer Engineering Technology
                                                                               • Computer Engineering Technology

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Sample Pathways

 University (Academic) English/College (Applied) Math and Science Pathway

       Grade 9              Grade 10                Grade 11               Grade 12                              Destinations
         ENG1D0                ENG2D0                  ENG3U0                 ENG4U0            University Programs:
         English               English                 English                English
        Academic               Academic               University             University
         HRE1O0                HRE2O0                  HRT3M0                 HRE4M0
                                                                                                •    Anthropology
         Religion              Religion                Religion               Religion          •    Criminology
          Open                   Open             University/College     University/College     •    English
         CGC1D0                CHC2D0                CHW3M0                  CHY4U0             •    History
        Geography              History              World History          World History
        Academic               Academic           University/College         University         •    International Relations
        MFM1P0                MFM2P0                  MCF3M0                 MDM4U0
                                                                                                •    Legal Studies
       Mathematics           Mathematics           Functions & Appl      Data Management        •    Linguistics
         Applied                Applied           University/College         University         •    Philosophy
         SNC1P0                SNC2P0                 CLU3M0                  CLN4U0            •    Political Science
         Science               Science              Canadian Law       Canadian and Int’l Law
         Applied                Applied           University/College     University/College     •    Psychology
         FSF1D0            CHV2O0/GLC2O0               HSP3C0                 HSB4U0
                                                                                                •    Social Justice Studies
         French             Civics/Careers        Intro to Sociology         Sociology          •    Social Work
        Academic                 Open             University/College     University/College     •    Sociology
           Arts                                         Option                HHG4M0
          Open                  Option                                       Psychology
                                                                         University/College
    Physical Education
          Open                  Option                  Option                 Option

   Technological Studies        Option                  Option                 Option
          Open

 University (Academic) Pathway

      Grade 9               Grade 10               Grade 11               Grade 12                               Destinations
        ENG1D0                 ENG2D0                 ENG3U0                  ENG4U0            University Programs:
        English                English                English                 English
        Academic              Academic                University             University
        HRE1O0                 HRE2O0                 HRT3M0                 HRE4M0
                                                                                                •    Engineering
        Religion               Religion               Religion               Religion           •    Health Science
          Open                  Open              University/College     University/College     •    Kinesiology/Human Kinetics
       MPM1D0                 MPM2D0                  MCR3U0                 MHF4U0             •    Medical Science
      Mathematics            Mathematics              Functions         Advanced Functions
        Academic              Academic                University             University         •    Nursing
        SNC1D0                 SNC2D0                  SBI3U0                 SBI4U0
                                                                                                •    Science
        Science                Science                 Biology                Biology
        Academic              Academic                University             University
        CGC1D0                 CHC2D0                  SCH3U0                 SCH4U0
       Geography               History                Chemistry              Chemistry
        Academic              Academic                University             University
         FSF1D0            CHV2O0/GLC2O0              SPH3U0                  SPH4U0
         French             Civics/Careers            Physics                 Physics
        Academic                Open                  University             University
           Arts                                                               MCV4U0
          Open                  Option                 Option           Calculus and Vectors
                                                                             University
   Physical Education                                                         PSK4U0
          Open                  Option                 Option             Exercise Science
                                                                             University
  Technological Studies         Option                 Option                 Option
         Open

NOTE: These are suggested pathways only. Not all courses listed are required courses. Please see your guidance
       counsellor who can help you create a customized course pathway for your desired destination.

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Sample Pathways

College (Applied) English/Workplace Math and Science Pathway

     Grade 9               Grade 10               Grade 11                 Grade 12                              Destinations
       ENG1P0                 ENG2P0                 ENG3C0                   ENG4C0             College Programs:
       English                English                English                  English
       Applied                Applied                 College                  College
       HRE1O0                 HRE2O0                 HRF3O0                   HRE4O0
                                                                                                 •    Child and Youth Worker
       Religion               Religion               Religion                 Religion           •    Community and Justice Services
        Open                   Open                    Open                    Open              •    Customs Border Services
       CGC1P0                 CHC2P0                  HPC3O0                  BTA3O0             •    Developmental Services Worker
      Geography               History                Parenting           Info & Comm Tech
       Applied                Applied                  Open                    Open              •    Early Childhood Education
      MAT1L0                 MAT2L0                  MEL3E0                   HHG4M0
                                                                                                 •    Educational Assistant
     Mathematics            Mathematics            Mathematics               Psychology          •    Journalism
      Workplace              Workplace              Workplace            University/College      •    Legal Office Assistant
       SNC1L0                 SNC2L0                CLU3M0               Physical Education      •    Native Community Worker
       Science                Science             Canadian Law                 Open
      Workplace              Workplace           University/College                              •    Office Administration
                                                                                                 •    Personal Services Worker
       FSF1P0             CHV2O0/GLC2O0               HSP3C0                   HSB4U0
       French              Civics/Careers        Intro to Sociology           Sociology          •    Police Foundations
       Applied                 Open              University/College      University/College      •    Protection, Security and Investigation
         Arts                                    GPP3OJ/GPP3OU                GWL3O2             •    Social Service Worker
        Open                   Option             Peer Mentoring        Co-op and Dual Credit
                                                       Open                    Open
  Physical Education                            Physical Education            GWL3O2
        Open                   Option                  Open             Co-op and Dual Credit
                                                                               Open
 Technological Studies         Option                 Option                   Option
        Open

 College (Applied) Pathway

      Grade 9               Grade 10               Grade 11                 Grade 12                             Destinations
        ENG1P0                 ENG2P0                  ENG3C0                  ENG4C0            College Programs:
        English                English                 English                 English
        Applied                Applied                 College                  College
        HRE1O0                 HRE2O0                  HRF3O0                  HRE4O0
                                                                                                 •    Cardiovascular Technology
        Religion               Religion                Religion                Religion          •    Chemical Laboratory Technician
         Open                   Open                    Open                     Open            •    Dental Assistant/Hygiene
       MFM1P0                 MFM2P0             MCF3M0 or MBF3C0         MCT4C0 or MAP4C0       •    Engineering Technology
      Mathematics            Mathematics            Mathematics             Mathematics
        Applied                Applied           Univ/Coll or College           College          •    Entertainment Technology
        SNC1P0                 SNC2P0                  SBI3C0                  SCH4C0
                                                                                                 •    Fitness and Health Promotion
        Science                Science                 Biology                Chemistry          •    Massage Therapy
        Applied                Applied                 College                  College          •    Medical Laboratory Technology
        CGC1D0                 CHC2P0                  HSP3C0                  SPH4C0            •    Occupational Therapist Assistant
       Geography               History            Intro to Sociology           Physics
        Applied                Applied            University/College            College          •    Paramedic
        FSF1P0             CHV2O0/GLC2O0              BTA3O0                    BTX4C0
                                                                                                 •    Pharmacy Technician
        French              Civics/Careers       Info & Comm Tech         Info & Comm Tech       •    Physiotherapist Assistant
        Applied                 Open                    Open                    College          •    Powerline Technician
          Arts                                   Physical Education            GWL3O2            •    Practical Nursing
         Open                   Option                  Open             Co-op and Dual Credit
                                                                                 Open            •    Pre-Service Firefighting
   Physical Education                                                          GWL3O2
                                                                                                 •    Respiratory Technology
         Open                   Option                 Option            Co-op and Dual Credit   •    Ultrasound Technology
                                                                                 Open            •    Veterinary Technology
  Technological Studies         Option                 Option                   Option
         Open

NOTE: These are suggested pathways only. Not all courses listed are required courses. Please see your guidance
       counsellor who can help you create a customized course pathway for your desired destination.

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Sample Pathways

 Carpenter, Cabinet Maker or Construction Pathway

      Grade 9                 Grade 10                   Grade 11                    Grade 12                             Destinations
   ENG1P0 or ENG1L0         ENG2P0 or ENG2L0           ENG3C0 or ENG3E0           ENG4C0 or ENG4E0          Employment Opportunities:
       English                  English                     English                    English
  Applied or Workplace     Applied or Workplace       College or Workplace       College or Workplace
        HRE1O0                    HRE2O0                     HRF3O0                     HRE4O0
                                                                                                            •   Building Centres
        Religion                  Religion                   Religion                   Religion            •   Cabinet Makers
          Open                     Open                       Open                       Open               •   Construction
        CGC1P0                    CHC2P0                    TWJ3E0                     TWJ4E0               •   Furniture Makers
       Geography                  History                 Woodworking                Woodworking
        Applied                   Applied                   Workplace                  Workplace            •   Lumber Yards
   MFM1P0 or MAT1L0         MFM2P0 or MAT2L0           MBF3C0 or MEL3E0           MAP4C0 or MEL4E0
                                                                                                            •   Kitchen Designers
     Mathematics              Mathematics                Mathematics                Mathematics             •   Pattern Makers
  Applied or Workplace     Applied or Workplace       College or Workplace       College or Workplace       •   Renovators
   SNC1P0 or SNC1L0         SNC2P0 or SNC2L0                 TCJ3E0                     TCJ4E0              •   Saw Mill
       Science                  Science                    Construction               Construction
  Applied or Workplace     Applied or Workplace             Workplace                  Workplace
         FSF1P0              CHV2O0/GLC2O0                  GWL3O2                     GWL3O2
         French               Civics/Careers          Co-operative Education     Co-operative Education
        Academic                   Open                       Open                       Open
           Arts                  TMJ2O0                     GWL3O2                     GWL3O2
          Open                 Manufacturing          Co-operative Education     Co-operative Education
                                   Open                       Open                       Open
    Physical Education            TCJ2O0
          Open                  Construction                  Option                     Option
                                   Open
  Technological Studies            Option                     Option                     Option
         Open

 Hairstyling and Aesthetics Pathway

       Grade 9                 Grade 10                   Grade 11                   Grade 12                             Destinations
    ENG1P0 or ENG1L0         ENG2P0 or ENG2L0
        English
                                                        ENG3C0 or ENG3E0           ENG4C0 or ENG4E0         Employment Opportunities:
                                 English                     English                    English
   Applied or Workplace     Applied or Workplace       College or Workplace       College or Workplace
         HRE1O0                    HRE2O0                     HRF3O0                     HRE4O0
                                                                                                            •    Beauty Salons
         Religion                  Religion                   Religion                   Religion           •    Make-up Artists
           Open                     Open                       Open                       Open              •    Nursing Homes
         CGC1P0                    CHC2P0               BMI3C0 or BMX3E0                BDV4C0              •    Retail Specialist
        Geography                  History                  Marketing               Entrepreneurship
         Applied                   Applied             College or Workplace              College            •    Salon Owner
   MFM1P0 or MAT1L0         MFM2P0 or MAT2L0            MBF3C0 or MEL3E0
                                                                                                            •    Skin Care Specialist
     Mathematics              Mathematics                 Mathematics                    Option
   Applied or Workplace     Applied or Workplace       College or Workplace
    SNC1P0 or SNC1L0         SNC2P0 or SNC2L0               GWL3O2                      GWL3O2
        Science                  Science              Co-operative Education      Co-op and Dual Credit
   Applied or Workplace     Applied or Workplace               Open                       Open
         FSF1P0               CHV2O0/GLC2O0                 GWL3O2                      GWL3O2
         French                Civics/Careers         Co-operative Education      Co-op and Dual Credit
        Academic                    Open                       Open                       Open
           Arts                     TXJ2O0                     TXJ3E0                     TXJ4E0
          Open             Hairstyling & Aesthetics   Hairstyling & Aesthetics   Hairstyling & Aesthetics
                                    Open                    Workplace                  Workplace
         BBI2O0
    Intro. to Business             Option                     Option                     Option
          Open
   Technological Studies
          Open

NOTE: These are suggested pathways only. Not all courses listed are required courses. Please see your guidance
       counsellor who can help you create a customized course pathway for your desired destination.

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Sample Pathways

 Manufacturing Engineering Pathway

      Grade 9                Grade 10               Grade 11                  Grade 12                           Destinations
   ENG1P0 or ENG1L0       ENG2P0 or ENG2L0        ENG3C0 or ENG3E0         ENG4C0 or ENG4E0        Employment Opportunities:
       English                English                  English                  English
  Applied or Workplace    Applied or Workplace   College or Workplace     College or Workplace
        HRE1O0                  HRE2O0                  HRF3O0                   HRE4O0
                                                                                                   •   Computer Aided Design (CAD)
        Religion                Religion                Religion                 Religion          •   Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
          Open                   Open                    Open                     Open             •   General Machinist
        CGC1P0                  CHC2P0                TDJ3M0                   TDJ4M0              •   Mechanical Engineering Technologist
       Geography                History          Technological Design     Technological Design
        Applied                 Applied            University/College       University/College     •   Sheet Metal Worker
   MPM1D0 or MFM1P0       MPM2D0 or MFM2P0        MCF3M0 or MBF3C0         MCT4C0 or MAP4C0
                                                                                                   •   Tool and Die Maker
      Mathematics            Mathematics             Mathematics             Mathematics           •   Welder
   Academic or Applied    Academic or Applied     Univ/Coll or College           College
   SNC1P0 or SNC1L0       SNC2P0 or SNC2L0             GWL3O2                   GWL3O2
       Science                Science            Co-operative Education   Co-op and Dual Credit
  Applied or Workplace    Applied or Workplace           Open                     Open
         FSF1P0            CHV2O0/GLC2O0               GWL3O2                   GWL3O2
         French             Civics/Careers       Co-operative Education   Co-op and Dual Credit
        Academic                 Open                    Open                     Open
          Arts                 TMJ2O0                  TMJ3C0                   TMJ4C0
          Open               Manufacturing           Manufacturing            Manufacturing
                                 Open                   College                  College
   Physical Education
          Open                  Option                  Option                   Option

  Technological Studies         Option                  Option                   Option
         Open

 Retail Sales and Service Pathway

      Grade 9                Grade 10               Grade 11                  Grade 12                           Destinations
   ENG1P0 or ENG1L0       ENG2P0 or ENG2L0        ENG3C0 or ENG3E0         ENG4C0 or ENG4E0        Employment Opportunities:
       English                English                  English                  English
  Applied or Workplace    Applied or Workplace   College or Workplace     College or Workplace
        HRE1O0                  HRE2O0                  HRF3O0                   HRE4O0
                                                                                                   •   Apparel/Fashion Stores
        Religion                Religion                Religion                 Religion          •   Car Rental
          Open                   Open                    Open                     Open             •   Convenience Stores
        CGC1P0                  CHC2P0                                                             •   Copying/Duplicating Services
       Geography                History                 Option                   Option
        Applied                 Applied                                                            •   Department Stores
   MFM1P0 or MAT1L0       MFM2P0 or MAT2L0        MBF3C0 or MEL3E0         MAP4C0 or MEL4E0
                                                                                                   •   Drug Stores
     Mathematics            Mathematics             Mathematics              Mathematics           •   Furniture Stores
  Applied or Workplace    Applied or Workplace   College or Workplace     College or Workplace     •   Grocery Stores
   SNC1P0 or SNC1L0       SNC2P0 or SNC2L0             GWL3O2                   GWL3O2             •   Lighting Stores
       Science                Science            Co-operative Education   Co-operative Education
  Applied or Workplace    Applied or Workplace           Open                     Open             •   Music/Video/Book Stores
         FSF1P0            CHV2O0/GLC2O0               GWL3O2                   GWL3O2
                                                                                                   •   Office Products
         French             Civics/Careers       Co-operative Education   Co-operative Education   •   Pet Products
        Academic                 Open                    Open                     Open             •   Rental Service Stores
          Arts                                    BMI3C0 or BMX3E0              BDV4C0
          Open                  Option                Marketing             Entrepreneurship
                                                 College or Workplace            College
         BBI2O0                 BTT2O0                  BTA3O0              BTX4C0 or BTX4E0
    Intro. to Business    Info & Comm. Tech.       Info & Comm Tech         Info & Comm Tech
          Open                   Open                    Open             College or Workplace
  Technological Studies         Option                  Option                   Option
         Open

NOTE: These are suggested pathways only. Not all courses listed are required courses. Please see your guidance
       counsellor who can help you create a customized course pathway for your desired destination.

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Course Selection By Department

COURSE SELECTION

                                                              Grade 9      Grade 10        Grade 11    Grade 12
ARTS
Comprehensive Arts                                             ALC1O0
Crafts                                                                      AWA2O0    AWA3M0/AWA3O0     AWA4M0
Dance                                                                       ATC2O0     ATC3M0/ATC3O0    ATC4M0
Dramatic Arts                                                  ADA1O0       ADA2O0     ADA3M0/ADA3O0    ADA4M0
Fashion and Textile Design                                                  AWI2O0     AWI3M0/AWI3O0    AWI4M0
Guitar Music                                                                AMG2O0          AMG3M0      AMG4M0
Instrumental Music                                             AMU1O0       AMU2O0          AMU3M0      AMU4M0
Visual Arts                                                    AVI1O0       AVI2O0          AVI3M0      AVI4M0
Vocal Music                                                                 AMV2O0          AMV3M0      AMV4M0
BUSINESS STUDIES
Introduction to Business                                                    BBI2O0
Information and Communication Technology - Open                                             BTA3O0
Information and Communication Technology - College                                                      BTX4C0
Information and Communication Technology - Workplace                                                    BTX4E0
Financial Accounting - University/College                                                   BAF3M0      BAT4M0
Financial Accounting - Workplace                                                            BAI3E0
Marketing: Goods, Services, Events - College                                                BMI3C0
Marketing: Retail and Services - Workplace                                                  BMX3E0
Introduction to Entrepreneurial Studies                                                     BDI3C0
Entrepreneurship: Venture Planning in an Electronic Age                                                 BDV4C0
International Business Fundamentals                                                                     BBB4M0
CANADIAN AND WORLD STUDIES
Issues in Canadian Geography - Academic                        CGC1D0
Issues in Canadian Geography - French Immersion                CGC1DF
Issues in Canadian Geography - Applied                         CGC1P0
Travel and Tourism: A Geographic Perspective                                                CGG3O0
Environment and Resource Management - University/College                                                CGR4M0
World Issues: A Geographic Analysis                                                                     CGW4C0
World Issues: A Geographic Analysis                                                                     CGW4U0
Civics and Citizenship                                                      CHV2O0
Civics and Citizenship- French Immersion                                    CHV2OF
Canadian History Since World War I - Academic                               CHC2D0
Canadian History Since World War I - French Immersion                       CHC2DF
Canadian History Since World War I - Applied                                CHC2P0
World History                                                                               CHW3M0      CHY4U0
Understanding Canadian Law - University/College                                             CLU3M0
Understanding Canadian Law in Everyday Life - Workplace                                     CLU3E0

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Course Selection By Department

COURSE SELECTION

                                                                      Grade 9      Grade 10   Grade 11   Grade 12
CANADIAN AND WORLD STUDIES CONTINUED
Legal Studies                                                                                             CLN4C0
Canadian and International Law                                                                            CLN4U0
Analyzing Current Economic Issues                                                                          CIA4U0
CLASSICAL AND INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES
Spanish                                                                             LWSBD0     LWSCU0     LWSDU0
CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION, PEER MENTORING
AND LEADERSHIP
Co-op Education Linked to a Related Course (or Courses) - 2 Credits                            GWL3O2     GWL3O2
Co-op Education Linked to a Related Course (or Courses) - 4 Credits                                       GWL3O4
Leadership and Peer Support at St. Joseph’s Elementary School                                  GPP3OJ      IDC4UJ
Leadership and Peer Support - Lancer Link                                                      GPP3OL      IDC4UL
COMPUTER STUDIES
Introduction to Computer Studies                                                    ICS2O0
Introduction to Computer Science                                                               ICS3U0
Computer Science                                                                                           ICS4U0
ENGLISH
English - Academic/University                                          ENG1D0       ENG2D0     ENG3U0     ENG4U0
English - Workplace                                                    ENG1L0       ENG2L0     ENG3E0     ENG4E0
English - Applied/College                                              ENG1P0       ENG2P0     ENG3C0     ENG4C0
English: Contemporary Aboriginal Voices                                                        NBE3C0
English: Contemporary Aboriginal Voices                                                        NBE3U0
Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course                                                       OLC4O0     OLC4O0
Studies in Literature                                                                                     ETS4U0
The Writer’s Craft                                                                                        EWC4U0
FRENCH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Core French - Academic/University                                      FSF1D0       FSF2D0     FSF3U0      FSF4U0
Core French - Applied                                                   FSF1P0      FSF2P0
Core French - Open                                                     FSF1O0
French Immersion                                                        FIF1D0      FIF2D0     FIF3U0      FIF4U0
GUIDANCE AND CAREER EDUCATION
Learning Strategies                                                   GLE/GLS1O0    GLE2O0     GLE3O0    GLE/GLS4O0
Career Studies                                                                      GLC2O0
Career Studies - French Immersion                                                   GLC2OF
Discovering the Workplace                                                           GLD2O0

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Course Selection By Department

COURSE SELECTION

                                                                   Grade 9   Grade 10       Grade 11   Grade 12
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Healthy Active Living Education - Male                              PPL1OB    PPL2OB         PPL3OB
Healthy Active Living Education - Female                           PPL1OG     PPL2OG         PPL3OG
Healthy Active Living Education - Co-ed                                                                 PPL4O0
Personal and Fitness Activities - Female                                      PAF2OG
Personal and Fitness Activities - Co-ed                                                      PAF3O0     PAF4O0
Resistance Training - Co-ed                                                                  PAI3O0     PAI4O0
Health for Life                                                                              PPZ3O0
Exercise Science                                                                                        PSK4U0
MATHEMATICS
Mathematics - Workplace                                            MAT1L0     MAT2L0
Foundations of Mathematics - Applied                               MFM1P0     MFM2P0
Principles of Mathematics - Academic                               MPM1D0     MPM2D0
Foundations for College Mathematics                                                          MBF3C0     MAP4C0
Functions and Applications                                                                   MCF3M0
Functions                                                                                    MCR3U0
Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life                                                       MEL3E0     MEL4E0
Calculus and Vectors                                                                                    MCV4U0
Mathematics for College Technology                                                                      MCT4C0
Mathematics of Data Management                                                                          MDM4U0
Advanced Functions                                                                                      MHF4U0
NATIVE STUDIES
Contemporary Aboriginal Voices                                                               NBE3U0
RELIGIOUS STUDIES
Religious Education: Discipleship and Culture                      HRE1O0
Religious Education: Discipleship and Culture - French Immersion   HRE1OF
Religious Education: Christ and Culture                                       HRE2O0
Religious Education: Christ and Culture - French Immersion                    HRE2OF
Faith and Culture: World Religions - Open                                                    HRF3O0
Faith and Culture: World Religions - University/College                                      HRT3M0
Faith and Culture: World Religions - French Immersion                                        HRT3MF
Religious Education: Church and Culture - University/College                                            HRE4M0
Religious Education: Church and Culture - French Immersion                                              HRE4MF
Religious Education: Church and Culture - Open                                                          HRE4O0

16                                     Ursuline College Chatham Catholic Secondary School
Course Selection By Department

COURSE SELECTION

                                                                       Grade 9     Grade 10       Grade 11      Grade 12
SCIENCE
Science - Academic                                                     SNC1D0        SNC2D0
Science - Workplace                                                     SNC1L0       SNC2L0
Science - Applied                                                       SNC1P0       SNC2P0
Biology - College                                                                                   SBI3C0
Biology - University                                                                                SBI3U0        SBI4U0
Chemistry - University                                                                             SCH3U0         SCH4U0
Chemistry - College                                                                                               SCH4C0
Earth and Space Science - University                                                                              SES4U0
Environmental Science - University/College                                                         SVN3M0
Environmental Science - Workplace                                                                   SVN3E0
Physics - College                                                                                                 SPH4C0
Physics - University                                                                                SPH3U0        SPH4U0
SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES
Raising Healthy Children                                                                           HPC3O0
Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology - College                                   HSP3C0
Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology - University                                HSP3U0
Challenge and Change in Society                                                                                   HSB4U0
Human Development Throughout the Lifespan                                                                         HHG4M0
TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES
Exploring Technologies                                                  TIJ1O0
Communications Technology                                                            TGJ2O0         TGJ3M0        TGJ4M0
Computer Engineering Technology                                                                     TEJ3M0        TEJ4M0
Construction Technology                                                              TCJ2O0         TCJ3E0        TCJ4E0
Custom Woodworking                                                                                 TWJ3E0         TWJ4E0
Hairstyling and Aesthetics                                                           TXJ2O0         TXJ3E0        TXJ4E0
Hospitality and Tourism                                                                             TFJ3E0
Manufacturing Technology                                                             TMJ2O0         TMJ3C0        TMJ4C0
Technological Design                                                                                TDJ3M0        TDJ4M0

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