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High School Diploma Requires 100 Credits 15 credits in ELA (30-1 or 30-2) 10 credits in 30 level courses 24 credits your choice 15 credits in SS (30-1 or 30-1) 10 credits in CTS/Fine Arts 10 credits in Science (20 level) 3 credits in PE 10 10 credits in Math (20 level) 3 credits in CALM Pre- Requisites for Post Secondary? Determine Program, Degree… then Institution. Not all Institutions offer all degrees and/or programs. Get the 411! University Degree (Concordia, MacEwan, University of Alberta) ‘The Big 5’: 1)English 30-1 (Academic English) is required. 2)2, 3, 4 & 5: depending on the degree*, the other 4 pre- requisite courses are prescribed from the subject ‘groups’. Group A ‘Humanities’ Social 30 -1 OR Aboriginal Studies 30 30 Level Languages Group B ‘Fine Arts’ Art 30, 31 Drama 30 Musical Theatre 35 Dance 35 Music 35 Music 30 (choral, general, instrumental) Performing Arts 35 A, B, C Group C ‘Math and Sciences’ Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Math 30-1 OR Math 30-2 Physics 30 Science 30 Computing Science (CSE OR CTS 3000 series – 5 credits) Math 31 *Each Faculty/Department/Degree program has specific high school requirements – other than English 30-1. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure he or she has the correct 4 courses and the competitive grade point average needed for successful entry into the program. Confirm ALL requirements on the institution’s website. Applied Degree, Diploma, Certification - Poly-Technical Institution (NAIT) Pre-requisites depend on Department and Program* http://www.nait.ca/d ocs/CounsellorBrochu re.pdf See the institution website for additional admission criteria. *6 programs require English 30-1: Combined Lab and X-Ray Technology, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Medical Laboratory Technology, Medical Radiologic Technology, & Respiratory Therapy *16 programs require Math 30-1: Alternative Energy Technology, Biomedical Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Engineering Design and Drafting Technology, Industrial Heavy Equipment Technology, Instrumentation Engineering Technology, Materials Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Nanotechnology Systems, Network Engineering Technology, Power Engineering Certificate, Power Engineering Technology, Wireless Systems Engineering College Diploma or Certification (MacEwan, NorQuest, Kings) Depends on Department and Program See the institutions’ website for high school course admission requirements, and additional admission criteria. Career and Post-Secondary Planning at Centre High Campus
Your Program at CHC! Your Goals for attending CHC!What you need to know! High School Completion? You want your high school diploma. You want to enter a program that requires a high school diploma. A high school diploma does not match up to a university or college program. YOU need to find out what specific courses the program demands. Most good paying jobs require some kind of ‘post-high school’ training. Upgrading? You need higher grades to get into post- secondary. You need a specific course for a post- secondary program. Not all universities or colleges offer all programs. Entry into ‘popular’ programs is competitive. Unless you’re rich, ‘exploring’ different options at university is not a good idea. Get informed! CHC is a scholarship POWERHOUSE. Career Pathways! Firefighter Educational Assistant (Teacher, Speech Pathologist, School Counselor) Paramedic Police Officer Nurse Office Assistant Web Designer Computer Repair Computer Networking Computer Engineering Animator Graphic Artist Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technologist Cytotechnologist Medical Laboratory Technologist You want advance standing in your post-secondary program. You want the chance to see what ‘the job’ looks like before you pursue it deeper. You want to give yourself the chance to experience a post-secondary course without worrying about the heavy tuition costs. You want a chance to practice the skills and attributes needed to be successful at university or college before you get there. You don’t have a career goal, and you need some practical ideas to help you make a decision about ‘what’s after high school?!’ You are a curious person who enjoys the chance to try out different things. Dual credit opportunities let you get ahead of the crowd by completing two things at once: high school AND college or university credit recognition! Improve your chances of keeping motivated while enhancing your academic abilities! Build confidence and the independent learner skills that are essential for success in post- secondary! SAVE $1000.00’s of dollars in tuition! Build your resume with skills and abilities that employers are looking for! Develop leadership, collaboration, communication team-work, and problem-solving skills! Build your network! Improve your chances of success in ALL AREAS of your life!
Take This at CHC… …to get valuable skills, credits and/or certifications… …to work your way to one of these careers! Police and Security Leadership: Team-work, Problem Solving, Strategic Thinking, Community Involvement Volunteer Experience: Cops for Cancer, Y Strong Kids, Burn Treatment, Santa Claus Parade Enhanced Security Checks $ Hard Target Training Certification Neighborhood Empowerment Team (NET) events Security License (Handcuffing) Training Certification Commissionaires $ Standard FIRST AID, C.P.R. & AED $ Emergency Medical Responders Certification (EMR) ^ Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (CSBA) $ Canadian Firearms Safety Certification $ Teen Plus Driving School Drivers Ed. $ H2S Alive (Sulfur Gas Awareness) $ Mental Heath Awareness $ OSSA Industrial/Commercial End User Fall Protection-Group Certification $ OSSA Confined Space Entry/Monitor-Fusion Safety- Certification $ Speechcraft Certification Occupational Health & Safety Literacy Certification ^ Live Burn, Vehicle Extraction and Confined Space Experience Public Safety Unit, EPS Law & Administration of Justice course (MacEwan/PSSC-121) * $ National Life Saving Certification (NLS) $ Citizens Police Academy Certification Don Wheaton Y Membership $ Physical Strength and Endurance Training Diet and Nutrition Anatomy and Exercise Physiology Stress Management Skills Drill (marching) Edmonton Police Services RCMP Correction Officer Commissionaires Security Parole Officer Military Bylaw Enforcement Peace Officer Park Rangers Border Security Sheriff Loss Prevention Officer (LPO) Criminology Social Work 911 Communications Volunteer Opportunities Hospital Security Private Investigations EMS/Fire EMR EMT EMT-P Inter- Hospital Transfers Air Ambulance AHS/EMS Edmonton Fire Rescue Fire Services Forest Fire Oil and Industrial Fire Fighting EMS- Private Services such as Oil field and Industrial AHS/EMS OHS Nursing ER Doctor Fire Rescue Personal Fitness Training Legend: NAIT = ^ MacEwan = * NorQuest = @ Tuition Waived or Discounted = $
Take This at CHC… …to get valuable skills, credits and/or certifications… …to work your way to one of these careers! Anatomy and Physiology = 3 credits for Human Anatomy *$ Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technology ^ Cyto-technology ^ Medical Laboratory Technology ^ Licensed Practical Nurse @ Health Care Field Nurse Physiotherapist Introduction to the Special Needs Educational Assistant 35 (COMMUNICATION and TEAM EFFECTIVENESS) 5 credits at the 30 level Can be used for high school diploma = to TAST125 * $ Know how to learn Think critically Identify and solve complex problems Manage information Innovate Create opportunities Apply multiple literacies Demonstrate good communication skills and work cooperatively Demonstrate global and cultural understanding Identify and apply career and life goals. Teacher Educational Assistant* Speech Pathologist School Counselor Rehabilitative Therapist Parent Assistive and Adaptive Technologies 35 5 credits at the 30 level Can be used for high school diploma = to TAST128 * $ Know how to learn Think critically Identify and solve complex problems Manage information Innovate Create opportunities Apply multiple literacies Demonstrate good communication skills and work cooperatively Demonstrate global and cultural understanding Identify and apply career and life goals. Teacher Educational Assistant* Speech Pathologist School Counselor Rehabilitative Therapist Informational Technologist Legend: NAIT = ^ MacEwan = * NorQuest = @ Tuition Waived or Discounted = $