Presentation on theme: "All good things must come to an end. Grade 11 students must take 4 courses per semester Grade 12 students must take a minimum of 3 courses each semester."— Presentation transcript:
All good things must come to an end
Grade 11 students must take 4 courses per semester Grade 12 students must take a minimum of 3 courses each semester (Balance your workload!!) Check for compulsory course prerequisites for the courses you have chosen for next year as well as for your post secondary choices A mark of at least 70% in ENG2D0 and ENG3U0 is a good indicator of success in courses such as English, History, Geography, Economics and Law All students are encouraged to consider Co-op Teaching programs (especially concurrent ed programs) may require a Grade 12 4U math credit
Reminder – O.S.S. Diploma Requirements 30 credits 18 compulsory credits 12 optional credits 40 hours of community involvement Provincial grade 10 test of reading and writing (OSSLT)
4 credits in English (1 credit per grade) 1 credit in French as a second language 3 credits in mathematics (at least 1 in grade 11 or 12) 2 credits in science 1 credit in Canadian history 1 credit in Canadian geography 1 credit in the arts (music, art, drama, or dance) 1 credit in health and physical education 1/2 credit in civics & 1/2 credit in career studies (grade 10) Plus…..
Plus: Group 1: 1 additional credit in English, or French, or a native language, or a classical or an international language, or a Social Science, or Canadian and World Studies, Guidance or Co-op Group 2: 1 additional credit in Health and Physical Education, or Business studies, or the Arts (dance, music, art, drama), French or Co-op Group 3: 1 additional credit in Science (grade 11 or 12) or Technological Education (grades 9-12), or Computer Studies, French or Co-op… (French to be used only twice)
Students in Ontario have many options for post secondary training…Choose from… 28+ colleges (for diploma and degrees) 20 Ontario universities (and many more outside of Ontario) Hundreds of private career colleges (ie. Metalworks, Max the Mutt) Over 100 apprenticeship opportunities Right into the workplace…
Three math credits are required for your diploma BUT.... MCF3M0 is required for MCT4C0 (Math for College Technology). MCT4C0 is not offered at Cawthra but is available through night school and is required for many college tech programs MHF4U0 Advanced Functions is required for most university science and business programs, and some social science programs (Prerequisite is MCR3U0) MCV4U0 Calculus and Vectors is required for science, engineering, architecture and computer science programs (Prerequisite is MHF4UO) MDM4U0 Data Management my be used for admission to some business and social science programs. It can now also be used for some engineering programs (Prerequisite is MCF3M0)
You are strongly advised to have at least 70% in 3U Science courses to be successful in 4U Science courses For college diploma sciences....there is only one Biology (SBI3C0), one Chemistry (SCH4C0) and one Physics (SPH4C0) Cawthra offers Biology but Chemistry and Physics must be taken through night school or summer school.
Do your research now! University/Degree Programs - students considering university must have a minimum of 6 U or M courses to qualify for admission. ENG4U0 is required for all programs - many universities dictate which U/M courses are required College Diploma Programs - students considering college must have at least 6 Grade 11 and/or 12 courses. ENG4U0 or ENG4C0 is required (higher mark is better) - many college programs dictate required courses
ontariocolleges.ca -info on Ontario Colleges electronicinfo.ca - info on Ontario Universities Individual college and university calendars Apprenticeship pamphlets and documents Internet resources Cawthra Guidance website myBlueprint
Consider a realistic course load for Grade 12. Dropping a course 2-3 weeks into a semester will not be an option. Changes to current selections may be possible. Consult with your guidance counsellor Work hard...be optimistic about your future! There are many paths to the same destination Do your research and ensure you have the correct information.