GRADE 10 TO 11
REGISTRATION
2015/2016
Centennial High School
REGISTRATION
DOCUMENTS
YOTES class Feb. 20th & 27th:
• Centennial Course Guide with Planner
• Transcript
• First semester report cards
ALBERTA HIGH SCHOOL
DIPLOMA
 Minimum of 100 credits
 English Language Arts 30-1 or 30-2
 Social Studies 30-1 or 30-2
 Math 20-1, Math 20-2, or Math 20-3
 Biology 20, Chemistry 20, Physics 20, Science
20, or Science 24
 Physical Education 10
 Career and Life Management (CALM)
ALBERTA HIGH SCHOOL
DIPLOMA
 10 credits in any combination from:
- Career and Technology Studies (CTS)
- Fine Arts
- Second Languages
- Phys. Ed. 20 and/or 30
 10 credits in any 30-level course (in addition to
English and Social)
CERTIFICATE OF HIGH SCHOOL
ACHIEVEMENT
Total of 80 Credits including the following:
Course
English Language Arts
Social Studies
Mathematics
Science
Physical Education
CALM
Eligible
Sequences
30-4/20-2
20-4/10-2
20-4/10-3
20-4 /14
10
20
CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Total of 80 Credits including the following:
Course
Knowledge
and
Employability
Occupational
courses, or
Career and Technology Studies (CTS), or
Locally developed course with an occupational
focus
Eligible
Sequences
Minimum
Credits
30 level
5 credits
AND
Knowledge
and
Employability
Practicum course, or
Work Experience course, or
Green Certificate course
Workplace 30 level
5 credits
OR
Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) course
30 level
5 credits
COURSE RECOMMENDATIONS
• Recommendations are in the Registration Guide
• Review teacher recommendations that are on
the January report card
• A 50% indicates that a student may not be
successful at the next level
• Students are placed in courses that teachers
have recommended
COURSE
RECOMMENDATIONS
• Correct academic placement is critical !
• It is often extremely difficult to change
academic course levels once a semester
has started
• Give serious consideration to
complementary course selections changes later are often extremely difficult
COURSE SEQUENCING
• A Grade 11 student requesting a course above
grade level (Bio 30, Chem 30, or Physics 30)
must have 80%+ in the pre-requisite course &
teacher recommendation. *See your counsellor.
• Acceptance into the course is always dependent
on available space
• Students wishing to upgrade a mark must do so
at Summer School or on-line
ENGLISH
Grade 10 Courses
65%+
ELA 10-1 (5)
65%+
ELA 20-1 (5)
40%+
40%+
75%+
75%+
50%+
ELA 10-2 (5)
ELA 20-2 (5)
75%+
ELA 30-2 (5)
40%+
75%+
50%+
75%+
50%+
40%+
ELA 10-4 (5)
ELA 30-1 (5)
ELA 20-4 (5)
75%+
50%+
ELA 30-4 (5)
SOCIAL STUDIES
Social
Studies 10-1
(5)
65%+
+
Social
Studies 10-2
(5)
65%+
40%+
75%+
Social
Studies 10-4
(5)
Social
Studies 20-1
(5)
75%+
65%+
+
Social
Studies 20-2
(5)
50%+
75%+
50%+
Social
Studies 20-4
(5)
40%+
Social
Studies 30-1
(5)
75%+
Social
Studies 30-2
(5)
MATH
POSSIBLE COMPLEMENTARY
PATHWAYS
COMMERCIAL FOODS 10
Comm Foods 20 (5 cr)
Domestic Foods (5 cr)
Comm Foods Apprenticeship (20 cr)
POSSIBLE COMPLEMENTARY PATHWAYS
Cosmetology 10
Cosmetology 20 (5 cr)
Cosmetology Apprenticeship (20 cr)
POSSIBLE COMPLEMENTARY PATHWAYS
Construction 10
Cabinetmaking 20 (5 cr)
Construction Project Management 20/30
(10 cr)
COMPLEMENTARY COURSES
REQUIRING A PRE-REQUISITE
Course
Pre-requisite
Outdoor & Environmental Science 20
Forensic Science 25/35
50%+ in Sci 10
2 Sciences
(co- or pre-req)
COMPLEMENTARY COURSES
REQUIRING A PRE-REQUISITE
Course
Military Studies 15
Psychology 20
Legal Studies 20
Work Experience
Pre-requisite
Social 10-1 or 10-2
Social 10-1 or 10-2
Grade 11 student
HCS 3000
COMPLEMENTARY COURSES
REQUIRING A PRE-REQUISITE
Course
Studies in Religions 20/30
Studies in Gov’t & Politics 20/30
Aboriginal Studies 30
Pre-requisite
Social 10-1 or 10-2
NEW COMPLEMENTARY COURSES
Course
Fashion Design
Textile Arts
Robotics 20
Pre-requisite
Robotics 10
GRADE 10  11 COURSES
As a Grade 11 student, you must:
• Register in a minimum of 7 courses plus
CALM
• Register in an English, Social Studies, Math,
and Science class(es)
• Register to repeat a course if you failed it in
Grade 10
GRADE 10  11 COURSES
• Aim to have a minimum of 75-80
credits by the end of Grade 11
• If you are taking a course at summer
school, you still must register in the
course here
• If you do not receive all your credits in
Grade 10 you will not be allowed to take
a spare
CHOOSE WISELY
• If you have questions, please speak to your
Counsellor
• Verification forms will come out later
• Verifications do not mean that you are in the
course (it just confirms that these are the
courses you have requested)
CHOOSE WISELY
• Choose wisely as the course decisions you make
are what determines the courses that will run next
year
• Adjustments may be made when verifications
come out
• Changes after that may not be possible
REGISTRATION FOR NEXT YEAR
• You should begin the registration process
after today’s YOTES class by discussing this
with your parent(s)/guardian(s)
• Be prepared to record your course
selections on a Program Planner in your
next YOTES class, Feb. 20th
REGISTRATION FOR NEXT YEAR
• Record your course selections on page 75 in
your Registration Guide
• Beginning Sunday, March 1st to Sunday, March
15th , you will have the opportunity to go into
Home Logic and enter your course requests.
• Students will meet with their counsellor the
week of March 9th to review & register for next
year’s courses
SUMMER SCHOOL
• Students register for Summer School in May
with their Counsellor
• Summer School is meant for students who have
passed a course but would like a higher mark
OR who are repeating a course because they
didn’t pass it (40%+)
• Summer School is not meant for “first time
through”
• Summer School will run July 2 – 31
(mornings or afternoons)
CENTENNIAL COUNSELLORS
Counsellors see students according to
student’s surnames:
Ms. Greyson: A-G
Mrs. Floyd: H-N
Ms. Hunter: O-Z
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