International Baccalaureate (IB) Advanced Placement (AP) Honours Senior High Transitions Knowledge & Employability Program (KAE) Steps to Enhance Personal Success (STEPS) Second Languages Fine Arts Career & Technology Studies (CTS) T.E.A.M. Leadership Off Campus Education
To meet your educational goals To explore new learning opportunities To discover the abundance of post- secondary options available To build your leadership potential as a student at Salisbury through the many clubs, activities, and sports teams.
FNA1420C3-1 Salisbury has a 2 day cycle. The numbers in parentheses indicate whether the course is Day (1) or Day (2) or both days (1-2). Salisbury features an extended timetable. In addition to blocks one through four found in the traditional school day. Salisbury has an additional block offered after school to accommodate certain specialty classes. Blocks one through four are 86 minutes long There are two terms: September through January is term one and February through June is term two We also have a number of classes which run for a full year and these are indicated by FY.
Alberta High School Diploma Certificate of High School Achievement Certificate of School Completion
A minimum of 100 credits including: English 30-1 or 30-1 Social Studies 30-1 0r 30-2 Physical Education 10 Math course to the 20 level Science course to the 20 level Career and Life Management (CALM) At least 10 credits in Career and Technology Studies, Fine Arts, Second Languages, Phys. Ed 20 or 30, Knowledge and Employability Occupational Courses, Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP); and At least 10 credits at the 30 level other than English and Social.
A minimum of 80 credits including: English 20-2 or 30-4 Social Studies 10-2 or 20-4 Physical Education 10 Math 10-3, 14 or 20-4 Science course 14 or 20-4 Career and Life Management (CALM) At least 5 credits in Career and Technology Studies (CTS) or Knowledge and Employability Occupational course; and At least 5 credits at the 30 level like: Knowledge and Employability Workplace Practicum course, Work Experience course, or Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)
To receive a certificate of high school completion, a student must have been involved special education programming and be nominated by the principal. Requirements include: The nominee has been a student for at least 12 years (and be 17 years of age by March 1 st of the current year. The school year in which the nomination is being submitted is the students last year of school programming. The student has worked towards goals and programming in an I.P.P., demonstrating special education coding and a significant cognitive delay. The student did not typically achieve credits in any English, Mathematics, Social Studies or Science courses.
Each course in High School is given a credit value. A credit is a unit of learning time based on hours of instruction. 1 credit is achieved with access to 25 hours of instruction. You must achieve at least 50% in each course to earn the credit(s). Credits can be achieved in singular units in a CTS course. For example: Food studies 10 has a 1 credit course called Basic Baking. Examples of 5 credit courses of 125 available instructional hours: Science 10Physical Education 30 English 20-2Musical Theatre 15
Most course have 3 digits. The first 2 digits generally refers to the year of high school: 10 refers to grade 10, 20 refers to grade 11, or 30 refers to grade 12. The hyphenated number refers to the route of the program. Social 10-1HEnglish 10-2English 20-2Chemistry 30IB Grade 10 Route of Program is a dash 1 in the Honours stream Grade 10 Route of Program Grade 11 Route of Program Grade12 Route of Program is in the International Baccalaureate stream
You usually must complete the 10 level courses in a sequence before you go on to the 20 level course. When you complete the 10 and 20 level courses, you can then go on to the 30 level course. 10-220-230-2 152535 Each course sequence has its own highly recommended minimum mark to continue in that particular course sequence.
The course needed to qualify for participation in a particular course is called a prerequisite For example: To qualify for placement in English 20-1, you must successfully complete English 10-1. That means 10-1 is the prerequisite for English 20-1.
Passing these courses is usually required to continue on to Grade 11 and 12 courses in that subject Passing these courses is usually required to continue on to Grade 11 and 12 courses in that subject Some of these courses run all year Some of these courses run all year At least 10 credits in these courses are required for an Alberta High School Diploma At least 10 credits in these courses are required for an Alberta High School Diploma Once requested, and time tabled, it may not be possible to change these requests (staffing is done based on requests) Once requested, and time tabled, it may not be possible to change these requests (staffing is done based on requests) For many students, these courses provide the backbone of their program in Grades 11 and 12 For many students, these courses provide the backbone of their program in Grades 11 and 12
Grade 10 students must have a FULL time table No spares allowed In 2011, Grade 10 students have 5 mandatory courses and 3 Student Choice Courses. These choices vary if students are enrolled in the Honours program. (Please check with the requirements for Honours or IB in the Handbook.)
Mandatory Courses 1. English 2. Social Studies 3. Mathematics 4. Science 5. Physical Education
Students will choose these courses from one or more of the following areas: International Languages Fine & Performing Arts Communication Studies Salisbury Leadership Programs Athletic Related Programs Science Related Programs CTS Business, Innovation, Technology CTS Technical & Trades
French 10-3Y & 10-9Y French 20-3Y & 20-9Y French 30-3Y & 30-9Y French 31 German 10 German 20 German 30 There are sections of Honours & IB
Art Drama Musical Theatre Instrumental Music Instrumental Jazz Choral Music
Communication Technology 10 Fabrication 10 Construction 10 Mechanics 10 Career and Technology Studies (CTS)
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