20th Century World History 12 introduces the student to the history of the twentieth century, beginning with the treaties that ended World War I, and ending with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
While studying these events, students will also be learning something of the skills necessary to interpret historical events — how to ensure historical information is accurate and relevant, how to develop historical empathy, and how to present clear, logical arguments based on a knowledge of the events, for example.
These skills will be helpful throughout life.
Accounting 11 examines the: ethics, purpose, principles, equation, accounting cycle, procedures, analyzing, decisions and best practices of financial accounting.
Students can expect walk-through lessons and practice exercises, cumulating with students successfully following all the steps in the accounting cycle to produce financial statements for a corporation using spreadsheet software.
Accounting 12 examines what it takes to be in a management accounting position and explores: payroll, inventory, specialized journals & ledgers, internal controls, investments, and the Cash Flow Statement, all used in managerial accounting.
Practical application of the skills learned in Accounting 11 are used in Accounting 12 to mimic real-life accounting policies, and to examine a company’s standing in the market. There is an opportunity to test out an active accounting program, at no cost, if students choose to fully engage in the course
In this course, students will participate in a variety of activities through the course that they enjoy.
Students will demonstrate that physical activity is an important part of overall health and well-being.
Finally, students will look at safety and injury prevention practices that will allow them to stay healthy and active throughout their lives.
The focus of PHE 12 is to allow students to explore physical activities of their choice.
Students will have the opportunity to investigate recreation opportunities in their community.
They will look at why it is important to look after oneself in terms of physical and well-being.
Students will look at safety concerns in different environments and perform 10 hours of volunteer work.
Anatomy and Physiology 12 is a course which studies cell structure, function and processes as well as the human body. It focuses on big ideas related to homeostasis, DNA and cells, and organization of organ systems. There are 6 main units of study: Cells and Biochemistry; DNA, RNA and Protein Synthesis; Cell Membrane and Enzymes; Digestive and Urinary Systems; Circulatory and Respiratory Systems; Nervous and Reproductive Systems.
Students may take this course as part of the EBUS Academy pre-science program. The EBUS pre-science program offers students an opportunity to take online science 11 and 12 courses and access enriched learning opportunities through the University of Northern BC (UNBC). For more information, please visit the EBUS pre-science program
If you love to experiment with art materials and expand your artistic skills and knowledge, then this is the course for you!
In this gamified Art Studio 10, learners will create a variety of artwork, using a different processes, techniques, and materials, in addition to exploring noteworthy artists.
Learners will become familiar with the elements of visual, principles of design in addition to learning to critique artwork and becoming familiar with major art movements.
Learners are encouraged to take creative risks and reflect on their personally meaningful artistic works. Independent thinking and creativity are encouraged, while you improve your artistic skills through a variety of 2-D and 3-D projects.
BC First Peoples 12 looks at how the identities, worldviews, and language of BC First Peoples are renewed, sustained, and transformed through their connection to the land.
Students will investigate how the impact of contact and colonialism continues to affect the political, social, and economic lives of BC First Peoples.
Students will study how cultural expressions convey the richness, diversity, and resiliency of BC First Peoples.
Students will gain an understanding of how, through self-governance, leadership, and self-determination, BC First Peoples challenge and resist Canada’s ongoing colonialism.