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Revised: Feb.6/2015 7 Compulsory Courses (which includes 2 half credit courses) English (1) Religion (1) Math (1) History (1) Science (1) Career Studies.

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4 7 Compulsory Courses (which includes 2 half credit courses) English (1) Religion (1) Math (1) History (1) Science (1) Career Studies (0.5) Civics (0.5)  2 Elective Courses Arts Business Canadian & World Studies French & International Languages Student Services Technological Education Physical Education

5 Academic (D) Applied (P) Locally Developed (L) Open (O) Pre AP (Y)

6 English Academic Applied Locally Developed Pre AP Math Academic Applied Locally Developed Pre AP History Academic Applied Locally Developed Pre AP Science Academic Applied Locally Developed Pre AP

7  Analyze your learning skills  Grade 9 marks  Discussion with subject area teacher and student support teacher  Discussion with guidance counsellor  Discussion with parents Important to note: You can register for a combination of Pre AP, academic, applied, open and locally developed courses!

8 ART  If you did not take a grade 9 art credit (music, vocal or visual art), you should select a grade 10 credit in the arts PHYSICAL EDUCATION  If you did not take a grade 9 physical education credit, you should plan on taking a physical education course in grade 10 or 11

9  Select 2 alternate courses  Alternate choices are frequently placed in schedules - so choose wisely!!!  Please note - no elective changes will be made for grade 9 & 10’s Why are alternates used? › Course may be cancelled due to low enrollment, conflict in schedule etc.

10  Include any failed compulsory course to your course selection  If a failed compulsory course is earned at summer school, Guidance will replace course will alternate in August Failed: English grade 9 Grade 10 Course Selection: Compulsory Choices ENG1P ENG2P

11 WARNING: Taking a grade 10 compulsory course will not guarantee that your 1st or 2nd alternate will be in your schedule!!!! Summer SchoolAlternates Grade 10 Course1stPhysical Education 2nd Intro. To Business FULL

12 Offered for Grade 11 and 12 Students to earn a red seal diploma REQUIREMENTS-along with OSSD 4 Major courses (2 in Gr. 11 and 2 in Gr. 12) Grade 11 Math, Grade 12 English & 1 Elective from a pre- selected bundle of courses-must complete an assignment connecting broadcast to each of these 3 courses (TGJ3M1 & EMS3O1 are mandatory courses) Earn 6 Industry Recognized Certifications Complete a 2 Credit COOP in the area of Broadcast and Create Work Plan Complete one Career Exploration and one Post- secondary site visi t

13 Steps to Register ….. Sign the SHSM Application Form and submit to your Guidance Counsellor together with your “ Course Request ” form SHSM Liaison and Administration will interview to determine Program Suitability of student

14 How to access Career Cruising? Under Guidance Select “Career Cruising”.

15 Username: Student number (7 digits) If you have a 6-digit student number, add a zero to the beginning of student number. What’s my Password? Find instructions here!

16 Enter Courses here!! Choose ‘Alternate’ wisely!

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19 FINAL STEPS: 1.Print & sign “course request sign off sheet” 2.Attach – Student Activity Fee of $ WARNING: Draft copies will not be accepted!

20  Course selections sheets are DUE: FEBRUARY 24 th, 2015  Attach a $100 student activity fee made payable to St. Theresa of Lisieux CHS NOTE Students who do not meet the deadline dates cannot be guaranteed their courses for next year!

21 WE ARE HERE TO ASSIST IN THIS PROCESS! Please make an appointment with your guidance counselor. Student SurnameCounsellor A to C, XYZB. Knuff D to F, RL. Joseph G to LT. Hayhoe M to QE. Wong S – WT. Emmanuel

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