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20th Century World History 12

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 ...
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Active Living 11

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 ...
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Active Living 12

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 ...
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Anatomy and Physiology 12

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 ...
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BC First Peoples 12

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 ...
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Career Life Connections 12

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: ...
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Career Life Education 10

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 ...
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Chemistry 11

Chemistry 11 explores the world of science on an atomic level and is designed to build students’ knowledge of core chemistry concepts. The course focuses on big ideas related to atoms, molecules and moles, chemical reactions and energy, solution chemistry, ...
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Chemistry 12

Chemistry 12 explores chemical reactions: why and how they happen, and chemical systems in equilibrium. This course builds on students’ knowledge of core chemistry concepts and focuses on big ideas related to reaction rates, dynamic equilibrium, saturated solutions, acid and ...
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Child Development & Caregiving 12

This four credit course provides invaluable information on topics surrounding pregnancy and child birth. It will also provide details on child development from birth to age 12, as well as how to care for babies and children in each stage ...
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Earth Science 11

Earth Science 11 explores both current issues that our planet is facing as well as processes that have shaped the planet we call home. The course focuses around five big ideas: how Earth materials are formed, changed and used as ...
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Economics 12

There are no pre-requisites for Economics 12, but it is recommended that you are a grade 11, 12 or adult student so you have been exposed to some of the language previously. In Economics 12, you will analyze the effects ...
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English 10: Composition and Creative Writing

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 ...
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English 10: Composition and Focused Literary Studies

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 ...
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English 10: Composition and Focused Literary Studies-Science Fiction

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 ...
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English 10: Composition and New Media

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 ...
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English 10: Composition and Spoken Language

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 ...
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English First Peoples 12

English First Peoples 12 builds upon and extends students’ previous learning experiences in ELA and EFP 10 and 11 courses. The course is grounded in the First Peoples Principles of Learning. It is designed for all students, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal, ...
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English Language Arts: Literary Studies 11: Dystopian Literature

English 11 Literary Studies (Dystopia) focuses on literature and stories focusing on visions of utopias and failed utopias (dystopias). The course offers poetry, a class novel study (The Marrow Thieves) as well as film. Methods of inquiry will involve assignments, ...
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English Language Arts: New Media 11

New Media 11 recognizes that digital literacy is an essential characteristic of the educated citizen. The course is designed to reflect the changing role of technology today and the increasing importance of digital media in communicating effectively and exchanging ideas ...
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English Studies 12

The English Studies 12 course is one of the two options for graduation requirements. It offers the opportunity for personal development in the context of making connections. Students will consider diverse perspectives and practice the respectful exchange of ideas in ...
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Explorations in Social Studies 11

In Explorations in Social Studies 11 students will build a strong foundation across many skill sets, engage in inquiry and community based learning, and improve critical thinking abilities. Students will explore various perspectives of the past, present, and future of ...
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Fashion & Makeup 11

This course cannot be used toward Adult Graduation Credits. This course will provide students with an in-depth look into the beauty industry with a focus on areas of fashion, make-up, and fashion photography. Students will learn the basic techniques of ...
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Food Studies 11

How do you take a Foods & Nutrition course online, you ask? It’s simple. Several online resources help you experiment with cooking, while developing knowledge, skills, and attitudes for present and future applications. Students are presented with a variety of ...
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Food Studies 12

Food Studies 12 focuses on planning and preparing nutritious foods, by accessing an online cooking school resource. Students learn how to make fantastic food, while understanding and demonstrating specific skills related to the lessons. Students also increase their knowledge of ...
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Foundations Of Math & Pre-Calculus 10

NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. Course is presented in a series of video lessons, with students completing practice questions. Topics to be covered include powers and exponent laws, prime factorization, multiplying and dividing polynomial expressions, trigonometry, linear relations and functions, graphing, function ...
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Foundations of Math 11

This pathway is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for post-secondary studies, in programs that do not require the study of theoretical calculus. Topics include mathematical reasoning, angle relationships, graphical analysis, applications of statistics, ...
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Foundations of Math 12

Foundations of Math 12 centers around the big ideas of probabilistic thinking, data modelling, financial decisions, and geometric explorations. The course instruction is offered through StudyForge lesson videos, note packages, and practice questions. The topics include geometry, graphical representations, regression ...
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Francais langue seconde-immersion 12

This course is for students who have knowledge of French such as students who have attended French Immersion (from kindergarten to grade 11), Intensive French (grades 6 to 11) or who are Francophone. Prerequisite courses are any of the BC ...
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French 10

This class offers a variety of tasks focusing on French language development. There are several units, covering many aspects of the French language and culture. The work includes watching clips, listening to audio files, producing audio files, and reading and ...
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French 11

French 11 is a prerequisite for entrance into certain B.C. Universities and colleges. Français 11 is a continuation of learning you have done in French 10. Students will be exploring communication, acquiring information, experience creative works and understanding cultural influences ...
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French 12

Français 12 is a continuation of learning you have done in French 11. Students will be exploring communication, acquiring information, experience creative works and understanding cultural influences. The activities and exercises cover oral, writing expression and comprehension ...
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Instrumental Music: Guitar 10

In this course, students gain the skills and knowledge to help develop their guitar "toolbox." This is the ultimate beginners' course covering everything from how to play, guitar maintenance, a history of the instrument and the nuances of music theory ...
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Instrumental Music: Guitar 11

In Guitar 11, students will gain an even broader understanding of music and the guitar's place in music history. Students will refresh their theory knowledge from previous guitar lessons as well as begin learning about sheet music and how to ...
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Instrumental Music: Guitar 12

In Guitar 12, students will learn the more intricate workings of music, such as how to develop themselves as artists after high school. Guitar 12 students will learn more about music theory and reading/writing sheet music as they dive deeply ...
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Instrumental Music: Piano 10

This course, enhanced with video and graphic supports, is an ideal introductory course for beginner piano players. Students will become familiar with the instrument. Musical elements, principles, vocabulary and theory are presented throughout the course. Students are encouraged to develop ...
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Instrumental Music: Piano 11

In Piano 11, students will continue their study of music and the piano. Students start to build an intermediate understanding of music and the instrument. Scales, chords and rhythm are analyzed, and material that is more challenging are learned. We ...
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Instrumental Music: Piano 12

Piano 12 offers students a higher look at music and the piano. Advanced scales, chords and rhythms are discussed as well as their role in music and what musical genres make use of this theory. Advanced songs and techniques are ...
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Interpersonal & Family Relationships 11

The overall goal of Interpersonal and Family Relationships is to provide students with a broad overview of how relationships form and change. Students explore a variety of relationships, including work relationships, friendships, and committed relationships, as well as examine how ...
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Introductory Spanish 11

Introductory Spanish 11 is a course specifically designed for students that have no previous knowledge of Spanish. The basic tools used in this class are a book, audio files, many video clips and written exercises. Many aspects of Spanish speaking ...
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Law Studies 12

Law Studies 12 introduces the student to the legal rights and responsibilities, which allow citizens to participate more fully in society. Laws maintain the status quo, but they are also a force for change. Students will examine how laws have ...
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Life Sciences 11

Life Sciences 11 introduces students to living things and to the taxonomic system.  You will learn about how scientists classify living things and features of organisms big and small. There are four main units of study:  Evolution and Taxonomy, Cells, ...
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Media Arts 10

Do you love exploring and creating digital artwork? Are you interested in developing and refining your skills as an artist? Students will learn about and apply the steps required to take an idea, and see it through to completion. Also, ...
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Media Arts 11

Do you have a passion for digital animation and illustration? Students will refine and extend their illustration skills while focused on drawing foundations, facial features, and human anatomy. The basics of colouring and the principles of perspective also feature in ...
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Media Arts 12

Do you love to create characters, in 2D or 3D?  In this course, students will refine and expand their illustration skills specifically, human anatomy, and gestures. Character rigging, the way a character moves, is the primary focus of this course ...
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Philosophy 12

Philosophy 12 is an academic course that prepares students for academic post-secondary studies. Students will complete five units on various topics.  Students will engage in philosophical discussion in forums via key word posts, complete unit learning guides and unit inquiry ...
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Physical and Health Education 10

Physical and Health Education 10 is divided into four units: Physical Literacy Healthy Living Social and Community Health Mental Well Being For each unit, there is also a corresponding 20 hours of activity that needs to be tracked and logged, ...
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Physical Geography 12

Physical Geography 12 is a comprehensive course, which examines the world around us from both a regional and global perspective using the five themes of geography, namely location, place, human/environmental interaction, movement and regions. Learners will investigate physical geography topics ...
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Physics 11

Physics 11 explores the world of motion and energy.  It is designed to build students’ knowledge of core physics concepts.  The course focuses on four big ideas.  An object's motion can be predicted, analyzed and described.  Forces influence the motion ...
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Pre-Calculus 11

Students will learn and develop mathematical skills that are foundational for use in pre-calculus and calculus thereafter. Pre-Calculus 11 focuses on quadratic relationships, their prevalence around us, and the use of algebra to generalize these relationships through abstract thinking. Students ...
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Pre-Calculus 12

Pre-Calculus 12 centers around the big ideas of inverses, functions, and transformations. The course instruction is offered through StudyForge lesson videos, note packages, and practice questions. The topics include trigonometry, rational and exponential functions, logarithms, polynomials, transformations, and geometric sequences ...
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Psychology 11

This course cannot be used toward Adult Graduation Credits Have you ever wondered…..why people have different personalities; what intelligence is and how it’s measured; why one person is attracted to another; and why people dream and what dreams mean? Psychology ...
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Psychology 12

This course cannot be used toward Adult Graduation Credits Psychology 12 can be taken on its own or as a continuation of Psychology 11. It surveys the topics on history of psychological thought, research in psychology, developmental psychology, psychological disorders, ...
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Science 10

Science 10 introduces main topics from Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Earth Science. This will form the basis for further studies in future grades and provide students with knowledge to find areas of interest. This course has four main units of ...
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Science For Citizens 11

Science for Citizens 11 prepares students for science in the work place and focuses on real-world, practical applications of science. The course focuses on helping students build skills around three big ideas: scientific processes and knowledge impact our daily lives ...
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Social Justice 12

Social Justice 12 is a current events course. While we use historical contexts to teach concepts, and show social changes over time, learners will focus on current events in projects and in a learning community on-line. The issues we explore ...
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Social Studies 10

Social Studies 10 involves an exploration of Canada and the World, from 1919 to the present, focusing on four Big Ideas. Global and regional conflicts have been a powerful force in shaping our contemporary world and identities. The development of ...
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Spanish 11

This class is a continuation of Introduction to Spanish 11. It deepens the knowledge of the Spanish language and culture through the use of video clips, dialogues, written exercises and the use of built in text book pages. Assignments are ...
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