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1 Archbishop M.C. O’Neill High School Division 4 Subject Selection

2 A credit is earned when a class is passed. Of the 24 required credits, students must have the compulsory subjects at each grade level and must have the following: 5 Credits at the 30 level 5 Credits at the 30 level Wellness or PhysEd Credit Wellness or PhysEd Credit Math at the 20/21 level Math at the 20/21 level Science 20/21 level or 30 level Science 20/21 level or 30 level 1 Social science at the 20 or 30 level 1 Social science at the 20 or 30 level (Psychology, Social/Native Studies or Law) (Psychology, Social/Native Studies or Law) **French Immersions Students must have a minimum of 12 credits in French Immersion courses within the 24 credits **French Immersions Students must have a minimum of 12 credits in French Immersion courses within the 24 credits.

3 Grade 10- Minimum of 10 classes Grade 11- Minimum of 8 classes Grade 12- Completion of credit requirements KEY: Working towards post-secondary institution requirements

4 Christian Ethics 10 Math 10 FP/WA (or Math 11) ELA A 10 (or A 10 AD or A 11) ELA B10 (ELA B 10 AD or B 11) Science 10 (or science 11) History or Native Studies 10 (or Native Studies 11) 4 Electives

5 Éd Chrétienne 10 Mathématiques 10 Fondements Français 10 ELA A10 or B10 (ELA A 10 AD and B 10 AD) Sciences Naturelles 10 Histoire 10  4 Electives

6 Christian Ethics Level Math (or Math 21) ELA 20 (ELA 20AD, ELA 21) Social Science 20 or Level Science (or Science 21) Electives (5)

7 Éd Chrétienne 20 Mathématiques 20 (Fondements and/or Pré-Calcul 20) Français 20 ELA 20 (or ELA 20 AD) Social Science 20 or Level Science Electives (4) (Histoire)

8 Christian Ethics 30 ELA A 30 and B30 (ELA A30 AP, B30AP or ELA A31, B31) Social Studies 30 (Social Studies 31) or Native Studies 30, (Native Studies 31) Electives 5 Credits need to be at the 30 level

9 Éd Chrétienne 30 ELA A 30 or B30 (A30 AP and B30 AP) Français 30 Sciences Sociales 30 Electives ( Fondements 30, Pré-Calcul 30) 5 Credits need to be at the 30 level

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11 The New Science Curriculum

12  Students can challenge themselves academically  Provide challenges for higher level thinking and more in-depth application of knowledge and skills.  Students can opt in or out of the Pre-AP courses.  Scoring a 4 or 5 on an AP exam will help students gain a university credit (save time and money)

13 Math Foundations 10 OR Mathématiques 10 Fondements Math Foundations 20 OR Mathématiques 20 Fondements Pre-Calculus 20 OR Pré-Calcul 20 Pre-Calculus 30 OR Pré-Calcul 30 AP CalculusAP Calculus (Exam in May)

14 ELA A10 ADELA B10 AD Creative Writing 20ELA 20 AD ELA B30 APELA A30 AP (Exam in May)

15 CS/Psych/Studio Art 20AD Level CS/Psych/Studio Art 30 AP (Exam in May)

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18 Course Offerings

19 Canadian Armed Forces Primary Reserve Co-op  Students earn 2 credits for completing:  Canadian Studies 30  Basic Military Training Requirements:  Students must be Canadian Citizens  Must be over 16 and have parent/guardian consent Some weekends for completion of field training requirement

20 March 16 Students will enter their course selections into the computer. They will receive a verification sheet for parent approval which needs to be returned by March 23.


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