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Students' comprehension of the fundamental ideas in physics is improved by taking this course. Students will investigate kinematics, focusing on linear motion, various forces, energy transformations, the characteristics of mechanical waves and sound, as well as electricity and magnetism. As they put physics rules to the test, they will improve their scientific research skills. Additionally, they will examine the connections between physics and technology and take into account how physics' technical applications affect people's lives and the environment. 

Grade 10 in academics and science is required.

Students' comprehension of the biological processes that take place is enhanced by this course. In the fields of biodiversity, evolution, genetics, animal structure and function, and plant anatomy, growth, and function, students will study theory and undertake experiments. The course helps students hone abilities linked to doing scientific research by concentrating on the theoretical components of the subjects being studied. Prerequisite: Academic, Science, 10th grade

By building on students' prior knowledge of quadratic relations, this course presents the fundamental characteristics of the function. It emphasises the application of exponential, trigonometric, and quadratic functions in replicating actual-world circumstances. Students will simplify expressions, solve equations, and work through application-related challenges as they describe functions algebraically, numerically, and visually. While resolving problems that require multiple steps, students will use mathematical reasoning and articulate their ideas.

Prerequisites include either Foundations of Mathematics, Grade 10 Applied or Principles of Mathematics, Grade 10 Academic.

Students can deepen their grasp of mathematics as a tool for problem solving in the real world by taking this course. In addition to extending their understanding of quadratic relations, students will investigate exponential growth scenarios, solve compound interest problems, work out financial issues related to vehicle ownership, improve their capacity for reasoning by gathering, analysing, and evaluating data involving a single variable, connect probability and statistics, and solve geometry and trigonometry-related issues. As they resolve issues and express their ideas, students will solidify their mathematical abilities. 

prerequisite: Applied Mathematics Foundations, Grade 10

Students learn the basics of computer science in this course. Students will use industry-standard programming tools and the software development life-cycle model to individually and collaboratively construct software. Additionally, they will create and employ computer programmes' subprograms. As their knowledge of the computing environment expands, students will come up with original solutions for many kinds of issues. Additionally, they will look at current computer science research, new job trends, and ergonomic and environmental concerns. 

No prerequisites

As they research specific postsecondary possibilities based on their abilities, interests, and personal qualities, this course equips students with the tools they need to successfully transfer to their postsecondary destinations. Students will develop their job-search and employability skills while learning about the prospects and realities of the workplace and variables that influence success. Students will create their portfolios with a specific destination in mind and create an action plan for success in the future.

In order to succeed academically and in daily life, this course places a strong emphasis on the development of reading, communication, and critical and creative thinking abilities. In order to construct oral, written, and media texts for both practical and academic reasons, students will examine the content, form, and style of a variety of informational and graphic texts as well as literary writings from Canada and other nations. The use of precise and clear language will be a key focus. The goal of the course is to get pupils ready for the required college preparation course for Grade 12. 

 Prerequisite: Applied English in Grade 10

This course examines Canadian law with an emphasis on cases that have an impact on Canadian citizens' daily lives. Students will receive knowledge of the legal system, family, contract, employment, tort, and criminal law as well as laws pertaining to rights and freedoms in Canada. In order to research a variety of legal issues, form educated opinions about them, and communicate those perspectives to others, students will strengthen their legal reasoning abilities as well as use the concepts of legal thinking and the legal studies inquiry process. Grade 10 academic or applied Canadian history since World War I is required.

The basic concepts and practice's of accounting are covered in this course. Students will acquire decision-making and financial analytical abilities that will help them in their future academic and/or professional endeavors in business. Students will gain knowledge of computerized accounting, financial analysis, accounting ethics, and contemporary concerns for both service and retail businesses. No prerequisites

Students' experience with functions is expanded in this course. Students will learn methods for combining functions, expand their knowledge of rates of change, examine the properties of polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, and become more adept at using these ideas and abilities. Additionally, students will hone the mathematical techniques required for success in senior mathematics. This course is designed for students who are taking Calculus and Vectors as a requirement for a university programme as well as those who want to strengthen their mathematical knowledge before enrolling in any of the many university programmes available.

 Functions, Grade 11 University Preparation, or Grade 12 College Preparation Mathematics for College Technology are prerequisites.

Students' grasp of mathematics as it applies to data management is broadened by this course. Students will use techniques for categorising and evaluating huge volumes of data, work through probability and statistics-related challenges, and conduct a concluding study that combines statistical knowledge and abilities. Additionally, students will hone the mathematical techniques required for success in senior mathematics. This course will be of special interest to students wishing to enrol in business, social science, and humanities programmes at universities.

Functions, Grade 11, College Preparation, or Functions and Applications, Grade 11, College Preparation are prerequisites.

Students are able to deepen their understanding of functions through this course. Students will learn how to represent functions numerically, graphically, and algebraically. They will also become more adept at simplifying expressions and resolving equations. Finally, they will solve problems that involve the use of algebra, trigonometry, vectors, and geometry. While resolving problems that require multiple steps, students will use mathematical reasoning and articulate their ideas. Students taking this course will be ready for a range of college technology programmes.

Functions, Grade 11, University Preparation, or Functions and Applications, Grade 11, University/College Preparation is required.

Students can deepen their grasp of the practical uses of mathematics with this course. Students will use statistical techniques to examine data, apply geometry and trigonometry to problems, work with annuities, budgeting, and renting or owning real estate, as well as simplify expressions and solve equations. As they work through multi-step puzzles, students will use mathematical reasoning and explain their ideas. Students who take this course will be well-prepared for certain skilled occupations as well as for business, health sciences, and human services programmes in college.

 Functions and Applications, Grade 11, University/College Preparation, or Foundations for College Mathematics, Grade 11, College Preparation, are prerequisites.

Through problem-solving, decision-making, personal meaning creation, and presentation of discoveries outside the purview of a particular subject or field, this course will assist students in developing and consolidating the skills necessary for and understanding of various subjects and disciplines. In order to effectively use a variety of print, electronic, and mass media resources, analyse historical innovations and exemplary research, and investigate real-life situations and career opportunities in interdisciplinary endeavours, students will apply the principles and processes of inquiry and research. Additionally, they will evaluate their own cognitive and affective methods, use general abilities in both familiar and unfamiliar contexts, produce novel products, and share new information. 

Any university or college preparation course is required.

Students can increase their computer science knowledge and abilities with this course. Students will develop intricate, completely documented programmes in accordance with industry requirements using the concepts of modular design. Large software development projects will be managed by student teams from planning to project evaluation. Additionally, students will evaluate the efficiency of algorithms. They will look at computer science research fields, environmental concerns, upcoming technologies, and computer science careers. They will also look into ethical issues in computing. 

Prerequisite: Grade 11 preparation for university and introduction to computer science

This course is designed to examine and explain changes in knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and conduct as well as their effects on society using the ideas, perspectives, and methodology of social science. Students will critically examine the causes and effects of alterations in societal, cultural, and behavioural patterns. They will examine social theorists' theories and utilise them to examine the origins and solutions to problems including technological change, deviance, and global inequality. Students will investigate how to study societal change using social science research techniques.

Any university or college-level preparation course in the social sciences and humanities, English, or Canadian and international studies is a prerequisite.

In order to analyse the development of people, intimate relationships, families, and parent-child connections, students in this course can draw on theories and research from sociological, psychological, and anthropological disciplines. Students will concentrate on the problems and difficulties that families and individuals in Canada's diverse society face. In order to evaluate numerous aspects influencing families and take into account policies and practises aimed at supporting families in Canada, they will build analytical tools. They will grow in their ability to conduct study on people, interpersonal relationships, and parent-child connections and to communicate the findings. 

Any university or college-level preparation course in the social sciences and humanities, English, or Canadian and international studies is a prerequisite.

This course explores the connections between diet, energy balance, and nutritional status as well as the dietary requirements of people at various periods of life and the function of nutrition in both health and disease. Students will assess nutrition-related trends and decide how dietary decisions might advance environmental responsibility and food security. By looking into nutrition and health-related concerns, students will gain knowledge about healthy eating, broaden their knowledge of food preparation methods, and improve their social science research approaches. Prerequisite: Any college or college-level social sciences and humanities, English, or Canadian and global studies course

In order to succeed academically and in daily life, this course places strong emphasis on the development of reading, communication, and critical and creative thinking abilities. In order to generate oral, written, and media texts for both practical and academic objectives, students will analyse variety of factual and graphic texts as well as literary texts from different nations and cultures. key emphasis will be placed on establishing stronger writing control and employing language with clarity and precision. The goal of the course is to get pupils ready for college or the workforce.\

English 11th grade and college preparation are prerequisites.

In order to succeed academically and in daily life, this course places a strong emphasis on the development of reading, communication, and creative and critical thinking abilities. Students will analyse difficult literary works from various nations, eras, and cultures as well as a variety of informational and media texts; they will also produce a variety of original, persuasive, and analytical written and media texts; and they will put their oral communication skills to use in a variety of formal and informal settings. Independent study, the innovative and accurate use of language, clarity of speech, and fluency and assurance in speaking are crucial areas of emphasis. Prerequisite:

This course examines a variety of current legal challenges and how Canadian and international law approach them. Students will gain knowledge of the fundamentals of both Canadian and international law as well as topics including human rights and freedoms, resolving conflicts, and criminal, environmental, and employment law, both domestically and abroad. When researching these and other topics in both domestic and international contexts, students will put the principles of legal thinking and the legal studies inquiry method into practise as well as develop their ability to reason legally.

 Any university or college-level preparatory course in English, social sciences and humanities, or Canadian and international studies is required.

This course traces significant changes and occurrences in historical development since roughly 1450. The historical causes of current problems, social, economic, and political developments, and the function of conflict and cooperation in international relations will all be covered by the students. As they look into important questions and concepts and gauge societal development or decline throughout history, they will be able to apply historical thinking concepts and the historical inquiry method, including the interpretation and analysis of data, to a greater extent. 

Any university or college-level preparatory course in English, social sciences and humanities, or Canadian and international studies is required.

This course explores Canada's history with a focus on how our national identity and culture have changed over time, as well as how the identities and cultures of the diverse people that make up Canada have changed. From precontact to the present, students will analyse a variety of national and international trends and events, as well as the role that distinct Canadian communities have played in the formation of Canada's identity and heritage. Students will research how and why Canadian culture and identity, especially national identity, have changed over the course of the nation's history. As students research the people, events, and culture of the past, they will increase their ability to apply the principles of historical thinking and the historical inquiry process, including the interpretation and analysis of evidence. As they look into the people, occasions, and forces that have shaped Canada, they will increase their capacity to use the principles of historical thinking and the historical inquiry process, including the interpretation and analysis of evidence. Any university or college-level preparatory course in English, social sciences and humanities, or Canadian and international studies is required.

Students will discuss the difficulty of establishing a more just and sustainable world in this course. They will examine government policies, international agreements, and personal duties in relation to a wide range of problems, including economic inequality, environmental dangers, globalization, human rights, and quality of life. Students will study these complex challenges and their effects on natural and human communities all over the world by using the principles of geographic thinking and the geographic inquiry method, including the use of spatial technologies. 

Any university or college-level preparatory course in English, social sciences and humanities, or Canadian and international studies is required.

The development of leadership abilities necessary for running a successful business is the main objective of this training. The role of a leader in business will be examined by students, with an emphasis on planning, motivating people, managing group dynamics, handling stress and conflict at work, and making decisions. Ethics, social responsibility, and effective business communication are also emphasised. 

 No prerequisites

In addition to examining the elements that affect performance in global markets, this course gives an overview of the significance of international trade and business. The best practice's for marketing, distribution, and running an effective global firm will be taught to the students. Students taking this course will be ready for postsecondary business programmes in management, marketing, and international business.

No prerequisites

Students will learn advanced accounting fundamentals in this course, preparing them for business tertiary study. Students will gain knowledge of financial statements for various firm ownership structures and how to evaluate those statements while making business decisions. This subject broadens students' understanding of sources of funding, develops asset accounting techniques further, and introduces partnership and corporate accounting. 

 Financial Accounting Fundamentals, Grade 11, University/College Preparation are prerequisites.

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In this course, students learn how to create and realise personal goals for their future education, employment, and involvement in the community. Students will evaluate their interests, abilities, and personal traits as well as look into employment options, workplace trends, and strategies for job searching. The course examines postsecondary alternatives for education and employment, equips students with tools for handling changes in their professional and personal lives, and aids them in focusing on their objectives by assisting them in creating a career plan.

No prerequisites

This course examines the duties and rights that come with participating in a democratic society as a citizen. While developing their understanding of the role of civic engagement and political processes in the local, national, and/or global community, students will explore issues of civic importance such as healthy schools, community planning, environmental responsibility, and the influence of social media. In order to research and articulate well-informed perspectives regarding a variety of political topics and events that are both significant in today's world and of personal interest to them, students will employ the concepts of political thinking and the political inquiry process.

 No prerequisites