Grade 10
Course
Selection
Information
Graduation Requirements
30 credits
18 compulsory credits:
4 credits
English
3 credits
Math (at least 1 in Gr. 11 or 12)
2 credits
Science
1 credit
Canadian Geography - Grade 9
1 credit
Canadian History - Grade 10
1 credit
French as a second language
1 credit
Arts
1 credit
Health & Physical Education
1 credit
Careers/Civics ** Substitute with a RAP Art Credit
Additional Credits
•
Three additional credits - one from each of the following lists:
Group 1: Additional credit in English, or French or a Native language or
an International language, or Social Sciences and the Humanities or
Canadian and World Studies, or Guidance and Career
Education, or Cooperative Education
**** GRADE 11 WORLD RELIGION *****
Group 2:
Additional credit in Health and Physical Education, or the Arts,
or Business Studies, or Cooperative Education or French
****** RAP ART CREDIT GRADE 9 *****
Group 3:
Additional credit in Science(11 or 12), or Technological
Education, or Computer Studies, or Co-operative Education or French
****** SUMMER CO OP AT HARBOURFRONT*****
•
Plus successful completion of the Grade 10 Literacy Test
•
Plus 40 hours of Community Service
Types of Courses in Grades 11 & 12
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Five streams (types) of courses may be offered.
Streams are geared to students’ destinations after high school.
Open courses, which are not specific to destinations are offered.
Where appropriate, transfer courses allow movement between
different streams.
Workplace
For students
planning to
enter the
workplace.
(L)
College
To prepare
students for
most
college
programs.
(C)
University/College
To prepare
students for
specific college
and university
programs. (M)
University
To prepare
students for
university.
(U)
Open
• For all students
• Used to meet
compulsory
requirement and/or
for personal interest
(O)
• Not specific to a
particular postsecondary
destination.
Sample of
Post-Secondary
Destinations
Chart for Mathematics, Grades 9 – 12
Advanced Functions is a
prerequisite for Calculus and
Vectors.
Grade 12 U
Calculus and
Vectors
MCV4U
Grade 12 U
Advanced
Functions
MHF4U
Grade 11 U
Functions
MCR3U
Grade 9
Principles
Academic 75
MPM1D
Grade 10
Principles
Academic
MPM2D
Grade 9
Foundations
Applied
MFM1P
Grade 10
Foundations
Applied
MFM2P
Grade 9
MAT1L
Grade 10
MAT2L
Grade 11 M
Functions and
Applications
MCF3M
Grade 11 C
Foundations for
College Math
MBF3C
Grade 11
Math for Work
and Everyday Life
MEL3E
Grade 12 U
Math of Data
Management
MDM4U
Grade 12 C
Math For College
Technology
MCT4C
Grade 12 C
Foundations for
College Math
MAP4C
Grade 12
Math for Work
and Everyday Life
MEL4E
University Degree
engineering
computer science
commerce
life science
architecture
University Degree
business
kinesiology
general science
life science
nursing
many programs
require a 2nd math
eg. business
College Diploma
auto mechanics
engineer technician
Tool and Die
College Diploma
practical nursing
business
Hotel, Travel
direct to workplace
vocational programs
service industries
UNIVERSITY?
COLLEGE?
APPRENTICESHIP?
DIRECTLY TO WORK?
Grade 11 & 12 Course Types
Universities will accept for admission:
• U courses
• M courses (some universities will only accept a certain #
of this course type)
• RAP courses
Colleges will accept for admission:
•
U courses
•
M courses
•
RAP courses
•
C courses
•
O courses
SUMMER SCHOOL JULY 2013
• Reinforcement (repeat) summer school
credits are offered for core subjects from
grades 9 - 12
• You may take reinforcement courses in
summer school if your mark is between
35%-49%
• Limited offerings of full credit courses are
offered for grades 10 to 12
1. Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences (DEGREES)
2. : Business Related Programs (DEGREES)
3. Life Sciences Programs (DEGREES)
4. Engineering or Physical Sciences (DEGREES)
5. Fine Arts (DEGREES)
1.
Non-Technical (General Arts, Early Childhood Ed.)
Diploma and/or Degree
2. Business Related Programs (Marketing, Accounting)
Diploma and/or Degree
3. Science or Health (Massage Therapy, Paramedic)
Diploma and/or Degree
4. Technical (Computer Systems, Automotive Technician)
Diploma and/or Degree
University:Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
English – Academic
English – ENG3U
English – ENG4U
Religion/Gym
World Religions - HRT3M
Religion -HRE4M and or
Philosophy-HZT4U
Math Academic or Applied
Math MCR3U / MCF3M /MBF3C
RAP COURSE – 1 or 2
Science Academic/App.
*Group 3 –Sr. Science/Tech/Co op
World History - CHY4U
History Academic / App
RAP COURSE
Geography World Issues - CGW4U
RAP course
RAP COURSE
Law - CLN4U
RAP course
Antro,Psych,Soc. - HSP3M
Politics - CPW4U
Elective
Ancient History Course-CHW3M
Challenge/Change - HSC4U
Law – CLU3M
Literature - ETS4U
Fitness-PAF3O
Writers Craft - EWC4U
College: Non-Technical General Arts, Youth
Worker, Early Childhood Education
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
English – Applied
English – ENG3C
English – ENG4C
Religion/Gym
World Religions - HRF3O
Religion - HRE4O
Math –Applied
Math MBF3C
RAP 1 or 2 courses
Science – Applied
RAP course
Food and Nutrition - HFA4C
History - Applied
RAP course
Entrepreneurs BDV3C
RAP course
Parenting – HPC3O
College Mathematics - MAP4C
RAP course
Intro. Anthro. Psych.,Sociology HSP3C
Arts/Phys.Ed/Tech
Arts /Phys.Ed./Tech
University: Business Related Programs
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
English – Academic
English – ENG3U
English – ENG4U
Religion/ Phys.Ed.
World Religions - HRT3M
Religion - HRE4M/R
Math –Academic
Math MCR3U / MCF3M
Philosophy - HZT4U
Science – Academic
RAP course
RAP 1 or 2 courses
History Academic
RAP course
Math – Functions/Calculus
Data
RAP course
Accounting –BAF3m
Accounting-BAT4M
RAP course
Arts/Soc.Sci./Phys.Ed./Tech/
Languages
Economics – CIA4U
Bus Leadership - BOH4M
International Business BBB4M
Arts/Soc.Sci/Tech/Phys.Ed.
College: Business Related Programs,
ie. Marketing, Accounting
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
English – Acad./Applied
English – ENG3C
English – ENG4C
Religion/ Phys. Ed.
World Religions - HRF3O
Religion - HRE4O
Math – Academic/App
Math - MBF3C
RAP 1or 2courses
Science–Academic/App
RAPcourse
Math – MAP4C
History Applied
RAP course
Accounting –BAT4M
RAP course
Accounting-BAF3M
Entrepreneur-BDV4C
RAP course
Marketing –BMI3C
CO - OP (half or full day)
Elective
Arts//Phys.Ed/Soc.Sci./Tech
College: Science or Health Programs ie.
Massage Therapy, Paramedic
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
English – Applied
English – ENG3C
English – ENG4C
Religion/Phys.Ed
World Religions - HRF3O
Religion-HRE4O
Math – Applied
Math MCF3M of MBF3C
RAP 1 or 2 courses
Science – Applied
RAP course
Physics - SPH4C
History Applied
RAP course
Chemistry – SCH4C
RAP course
Biology- SBI3C
Business/ Arts / Tech/ Soc.Sci/
Phys.Ed.
RAP course
Business/ Soc.Sci./ Tech/
Phys.Ed./Arts
CO-OP (half or full day)
University: Life Sciences
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
English – Academic
English – ENG3U
English – ENG4U
Religion/Gym
World Religions –HRT3M
ReligionHRE4M/R and or
Philosophy
RAP
Math MCR3U
RAP 1 or 2 courses
RAP
RAP
Functions-MHF4U
Science – Academic
RAP
Calculus - MCV4U
Math - academic
Chemistry - SCH3U
Physics – SPH4U
Physics – SPH3U
Biology –SBI3U
Chemistry – SCH4U
Biology – SBI4U
University: Engineering or Physical Sciences
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
English – Academic
English – ENG3U
English – ENG4U
Religion/Gym
World Religions –HRT3M
ReligionHRE4M/R and or
Philosophy HZT4U
RAP
Math MCR3U
RAP 1 or 2 courses
RAP
Chemistry - SCH3U
Functions – MHF4U
Science – Academic
Physics – SPH3U
Calculus - MCV4U
Math - academic
RAP
Physics – SPH4U
RAP
Chemistry – SCH4U
Accounting/Social Sci./Art/
Business/Social
Science/Art/Study period
Strategies for the
Post-Secondary
Search,
NOW is the time to
prepare….
University & College
Admissions
• Check
– University:
– College:
– Apprenticeship:
www.electronicinfo.ca
www.ontariocolleges.ca
www.apprenticesearch.com
• Look for cut off marks, prerequisites, new programs
offered, limited enrolment programs, coop programs,
financial opportunities, addition requirements,
housing.
General Admission Requirements
for University
• High School Diploma
• 6 grade 12 university or U/C courses
• admission based on popularity of program and top
marks in grade 12 core courses
-- prerequisites differ by program chosen.
• The Program dictates additional criteria for admission
e.g. letters of reference, interview
• Know your program's requirements!
Marks are not always enough!
• Some programs may require :
profile sheet,
essay,
letter of intent
supplementary application,
reference letters,
interview,
admission testing,
portfolio or
audition
General Admission Requirements
for College
• High School Diploma
• admission based on popularity of program and top
marks in grade 11 and 12 core courses -- prerequisites
differ by program chosen -- see College calendars.
• English & Math proficiency admission test
• The Program dictates additional criteria for admission
e.g. letters of reference, interview,
• mandatory orientation interview
How Do You Decide??
• Look at interests, goals, grades, what’s important to you…..
• Plan your courses backwards, from post secondary
prerequisites down to grade 11 -- use the Educational
Planning Sheet at the back of the course calendar
• Know what prerequisites (especially English/Math/Science)
are needed to keep the doors open to your destination
pathway
• Stay informed – check often as colleges and universities
release details
• Allow for flexibility -- have a backup plan!
Need HELP ????
Make an appointment with Mrs. Carey
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Planning for Grade 11 and Beyond - St. Elizabeth