Summer Session

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

Career Life Connections 12 is a 4 credit online self-paced course required for graduation.  It is intended to prepare grade 12 students for a successful transition to career and life beyond high school.

The 6 main areas of study include:

  •  Looking at how active citizenship and lifelong learning foster career opportunities
  • Examining how a sense of purpose and career-life balance support well-being
  • Engaging in network building and mentorship opportunities
  • Examining internal and external factors, local and global trends for ongoing cycles of career-life decisions
  • 30 hours of work or volunteer experience
  • The CLC capstone presentation

CLC is required under the 2018 Graduation Program.

Career Life Education (replacing BC Planning 10) is an important and useful course that teaches practical life skills and is a required course for all students in BC.  Career Life Education emphasizes the practical nature of the course, giving students an opportunity to learn about the graduation program, job search skills and resume writing, and to produce a resume that can be used for finding a summer or part time job. Students also learn about safe work practices, budgeting for college, university or a personal goal, and creating a “life compass” to help in making healthy decisions. This course is delivered online and students are provided with handy entry windows for responses to questions or “upload” buttons for larger files.

Career Life Education 10 is required for 2004 Graduation Program.

This course combines the ELA Composition and Creative Writing curriculums to offer students a way to get all four credits in one course.

Students will complete a discrete Composition unit where they choose a form of writing to focus on (screenplays, proposals, Indigenous stories, or editorials).

Beyond that they will work through four units exploring the core competencies: thinking, communication, personal and cultural identity, and personal and social responsibility, culminating with an independent novel study and a final exam.

 

This course combines the ELA Composition and Focused Literary Studies curriculums to offer students a way to get all four credits in one course.

Students will complete a Composition unit where they will write a short story.  Beyond that they will work through four units, exploring the core competencies: thinking, communication, personal and cultural identity, and personal and social responsibility.

This culminates with an independent novel study and final exam (a self-assessment assignment).

This course combines the ELA Composition and Focused Literary Studies curriculums to offer students a way to get all four credits in one course.

Students will complete a discrete Composition unit where they choose a form of writing to focus on (screenplays, proposals, short stories, or editorials).

Beyond that they will work through four units Novel Study, Poetry, Short Stories, and Non-Fiction;  exploring the core competencies: thinking, communication, personal and cultural identity, and personal and social responsibility, culminating with a final exam.

This course combines the ELA Composition and New Media curriculums to offer students a way to get all four credits in one course.

Students will gain personal experience with various forms of digital media including text, audio, video, web, and graphics.

Students will develop skills and knowledge in effective written, oral, and visual communication. Students will explore the writing process in the context of heroes, memories, and storytelling.

Both individually and through asynchronous peer connection, students will investigate the concept of being social in today’s world with guided studies in digital citizenship, bias, personal agency and responsibility, personal and cultural identity, and careers and trends in digital technology and new media.

This course combines the ELA Composition and Spoken Language curriculums to offer students a way to get all four credits in one course. Students will complete a discrete Composition unit where they get to choose a form of writing to focus on (screenplays, proposals, short stories, or editorials). Beyond that they will work through four units exploring the core competencies: thinking, communication, personal and cultural identity and personal and social responsibility.  Specifically, students will look at effective speaking, the dialogue in film and drama, oral traditions, oral news reporting, podcasts and public service announcements; culminating with an independent novel study and a final exam.

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