Presentation on theme: "Archbishop M.C. O’Neill High School"— Presentation transcript:
1 Archbishop M.C. O’Neill High School Division 4 Subject Selection
2 Students Must Have 24 Credits 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 levelWellness or PhysEd CreditMath at the 20/21 levelScience 20/21 level or 30 level1 Social science at the 20 or 30 level(Psychology, Social/Native Studies or Law)**French Immersions Students must have a minimum of 12 credits in French Immersion courses within the 24 credits.
3 Course Requirements Grade 10- Minimum of 10 classes Grade 12- Completion of credit requirementsKEY: Working towards post-secondary institution requirements
4 Grade 10 Course Requirements Christian Ethics 10Math 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 ElectivesClass of 2018!
5 Grade 10 French Immersion Course Requirements Éd Chrétienne 10Mathématiques 10 FondementsFrançais 10ELA A10 or B10 (ELA A 10 AD and B 10 AD)Sciences Naturelles 10Histoire 104 ElectivesClass of 2018!
6 Grade 11 Course Requirements Christian Ethics 2020 Level Math (or Math 21)ELA 20 (ELA 20AD, ELA 21)Social Science 20 or 3020 Level Science (or Science 21)Electives (5)Class of 2017!
7 Grade 11 French Immersion Course Requirements Éd Chrétienne 20Mathématiques 20 (Fondements and/or Pré-Calcul 20)Français 20ELA 20 (or ELA 20 AD)Social Science 20 or 3020 Level ScienceElectives (4) (Histoire)Class of 2017!
8 Grade 12 Course Requirements Christian Ethics 30ELA 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)Electives5 Credits need to be at the 30 levelClass of 2016!
9 Grade 12 French Immersion Course Requirements Éd Chrétienne 30ELA A 30 or B30 (A30 AP and B30 AP)Français 30Sciences Sociales 30Electives (Fondements 30, Pré-Calcul 30)5 Credits need to be at the 30 levelClass of 2016!
12 Advance Placement Programs Students can challenge themselves academicallyProvide 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 AP Mathematics Track Semester One Two Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Math Foundations 10 OR Mathématiques 10 FondementsMath Foundations 20 ORMathématiques 20 FondementsGrade 11Pre-Calculus 20 ORPré-Calcul 20Pre-Calculus 30 ORPré-Calcul 30Grade 12AP CalculusAP Calculus (Exam in May)
14 AP English Track Semester One TWO Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 ELA A10 ADELA B10 ADGrade 11Creative Writing 20ELA 20 ADGrade 12ELA B30 APELA A30 AP(Exam in May)
15 AP Computer Science/Psychology/Studio Art SemesterOneTwoGrade 11orGrade 12CS/Psych/Studio Art20AD Level30 AP(Exam in May)
19 Canadian Armed Forces Primary Reserve Co-op Students earn 2 credits for completing:Canadian Studies 30Basic Military TrainingRequirements:Students must be Canadian CitizensMust be over 16 and have parent/guardian consentSome weekends for completion of field training requirement
20 REGISTRATION FORMMarch 16Students 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.