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Current Grade 11 Students
Step 1 Check OSSD requirements by referring to your Status Sheet. Check OSSD requirements by referring to your Status Sheet. Step 2 Research post secondary prerequisites. Research post secondary prerequisites. Step 3 Complete on-line course selection, print Sign- off Sheet, return it to your homeroom teacher. Complete on-line course selection, print Sign- off Sheet, return it to your homeroom teacher.
30 credits (110 hours each) 30 credits (110 hours each) - 18 compulsory credits - 18 compulsory credits - 12 optional credits - 12 optional credits 40 hours of community involvement 40 hours of community involvement Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test
Student Status Sheet Compulsory Courses and Credit Completion Summary Pupil# All courses previously taken Community Service Hours
Compulsory courses that you have achieved. Compulsory courses and the number that you need to graduate. Potential total of compulsory courses this year.
It is the students responsibility to ensure that all graduation requirements will be met in order to earn an O.S.S.D. We recommend that students attain a MINIMUM OF 70% in Gr. 11 university courses in order to continue with the university stream in Gr. 12.
Workplace CollegeUniversity/ College University Designed for students planning to enter the workplace directly after high school. Designed to prepare students for entrance to most college and apprenticeship programs following high school. Designed to prepare students for entrance to specific college and university programs following high school. Designed to prepare students for entrance to university programs following high school. “E”“C”“M”“U” Six grade 12 “M” or “U” courses required for university.
1. OSSD with courses at the “C”, “M”, or “U” level. Colleges are not allowed to demand “U” level courses. Joint or collaborative College – University programs are the only exceptions to this rule eg. Nursing BScN 2. Completion of prerequisites. 3. Additional admission criteria: (interview/entrance test/portfolio). 4. Marks are a deciding factor in “oversubscribed” programs.
1. OSSD 2. Min. average of 70%+ in six Gr. 12 “U” or “M” level courses (including ENG4U1). 3. Completion of prerequisites (www.electronicinfo.ca). 4. Additional admission criteria for some programs (audition, portfolios, etc.). Note: Guidance offers seminars in the fall to assist students with postsecondary applications.
MEL 4E1 - Prerequisite - MEL 3E1 MAP 4C1 - Prerequisite - MBF 3C1 MDM 4U1 - Prerequisite - MCR 3U1 or MCF 3M1 (recommendation minimum 75%) MHF 4U1 - Prerequisite - MCR 3U1 MCV 4U1 - MHF 4U1 must be taken prior to or concurrently with MCV4U.
You MUST have at least 16 credits and a good attendance record. You MUST have at least 16 credits and a good attendance record. Select CWE 2O9 Complete a separate application form available in the Co-op office or the Guidance office. All applicants will be interviewed. Co-op is a 2 credit program and counts as 2 course selections.
You MUST have at least 16 credits and a good academic record. Assume the program DOES NOT exist and select 8 other courses. Complete a separate application form available in the Co-op office or in Guidance. Applicants will be interviewed before being accepted into the program.
Assume the program DOES NOT exist and select 8 other courses. Yearbook is a 2 credit course. One grade 11 credit and one grade 12 credit. You must commit to BOTH sections. Complete a separate application form available in the Art Department or Guidance. Applicants will be interviewed by the yearbook teacher.
Assume the program DOES NOT exist and select 8 other courses. Entrance to this course will be based on an audition/application. Students interested in this course must complete a supplementary application form available through the Art Department or the Guidance Office.
Be aware of any course fees required! Courses with large course fees may require a non- refundable deposit in the Spring.
Log on to: Your Username is: ddsb- followed by your Pupil# (found at the top of your status sheet). Your Password is your birth date (mmddyyyy) (e.g. August 25th, ) Login Instructions Reminder
Click on Choose My Courses
Click anywhere in the box to get a listing of courses to choose in that discipline. Start by picking your compulsory course (beige box).
Click on a course name to find out more information.
Course notes/warnings Prerequisites chart Click to add this course to your selections.
Click anywhere in the box to open a menu of options. of options.
Choose an elective following the same process as your compulsory. Review the alerts/warnings for that course. Hover over the blue dot for important course information. Hover over the red dot for important course selection information. You CANNOT submit if you have a red alert.
If you do not plan to attend summer school you must add it as one of your course selections for next year. If you are planning on attending summer school, you can add the course(s) that you wish to upgrade in the “Other Credit” section located below the SUBMIT button. In May, come to guidance to sign up for summer school.
Summer School? To repeat or upgrade – 2 weeks To accelerate – 4 weeks
If a student has earned 24 credits by the beginning of the school year, they are eligible for 2 study periods. One per semester. Select: STUDY1 & STUDY2 if you want 2 study periods.
If a student has earned 24 credits by the beginning of the school year, they may decide to take only take one study period next year. Select: STUDY1 for semester one Select: STUDY2 for semester two
If a student will earn their 24 th credit during semester one, they are only eligible for 1 study period and it must be in semester two. Select: STUDY2 in this scenario
If you are unsure of a course, take advantage of the Elective Course Fair and ask a teacher from that subject area what is taught!
Click on “Submit” once you have completed all of your selections. Once you “submit” your courses you cannot go back in to change selections. We will meet with all students who submit their courses on time in April/May to review your selections. If you book an appointment prior to this, you will not be seen a second time.
Print the “Course Request Sign-off Sheet,” get it signed and return it to your homeroom teacher.
The school library is available at lunch for your convenience.
Hand in the “Sign-off Sheet” to your homeroom teacher by Wednesday, February 25 th Course selections must be completed and submitted on-line by: Tuesday, February 24 th.
Choose your courses wisely and correctly the first time as options for timetable changes may be limited!!!!!!