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Grade 10 Parent Course Selection Information Night Graduation Requirements 30 credits, 110 hours/credit 18 compulsory credits: 4 credits English 3 credits Math (at least 1 in Gr. 11 or 12) 2 credits Science 1 credit Canadian Geography - Grade 9 1 credit Canadian History - Grade 10 1 credit French as a second language 1 credit Arts 1 credit Health & Physical Education 1/2 credit Grade 10 Civics 1/2 credit Grade 10 Career Studies Additional Credits (OSS) • Three additional credits - one from each of the following lists: Group 1: Can & World Studies, 5th English, Social Science & Humanities, French as a second language, Native or international language, Co-op, or Guidance Group 2: Business Studies, 2nd Art, 2nd Phys. Ed., Co-op, or French as a second language Group 3: Science - 11 or 12, Technological Education or Co-op, or French as a second language • Plus 12 elective credits • Plus successful completion of the Grade 10 Literacy Test • Plus 40 hours of Community Service CONSIDERING “CO-OP” EDUCATION? • WHAT IS IT? – LINKS ACADEMIC STUDIES WITH WORK EXPERIENCE • WHO CAN TAKE CO-OP? – GRADE 11 or 12 – HOW DO I APPLY? • ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS? – SEE Ms. Presutto or Mr. Corrigan in the Co-op office Types of Courses in Grades 11 & 12 – Five streams (types) of courses may be offered. – Streams are geared to students’ destinations after high school. – Open courses, which are not specific to destinations are offered. – Where appropriate, transfer courses allow movement between different streams. Workplace College University/College University Open For students To prepare To prepare To prepare • For all students planning to students for students for students for • Used to meet enter the most specific college university. compulsory workplace. college and university requirement and/or (U) programs. programs. (M) for personal interest (L) (C) (O) • Not specific to a particular post- secondary destination. Sample of Post-Secondary Destinations Chart for Mathematics, Grades 9 – 12 University Degree engineering Grade 12 U computer science Note: The new Advanced Calculus and commerce Vectors life science Functions is a prerequisite for architecture MCV4U Calculus and Vectors. Grade 12 U University Degree Advanced business Functions kinesiology MHF4U general science life science Grade 11 U nursing Functions Grade 12 U MCR3U Math of Data Grade 9 Grade 10 Management many programs Principles Principles MDM4U require a 2nd math Academic 75 Academic eg. business MPM1D MPM2D Grade 11 M Grade 12 C Functions and Math For College College Diploma Applications Technology auto mechanics Grade 9 Grade 10 MCF3M MCT4C engineer technician Foundations Foundations Tool and Die Applied Applied Grade 11 C Grade 12 C MFM1P MFM2P Foundations for Foundations for College Diploma College Math College Math practical nursing MBF3C MAP4C business Hotel, Travel Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 MAT1L MAT2L Math for Work Math for Work direct to workplace and Everyday Life and Everyday Life vocational programs MEL3E MEL4E service industries Grade 11 & 12 Course Types Universities will accept for admission: • U courses • M courses (some universities will only accept a certain # of this course type) Colleges will accept for admission: • U courses • M courses • O courses • C courses Summer School - July 2011 • Reinforcement (repeat) summer school credits are offered for core subjects from grades 9 - 12 • You may take reinforcement courses in summer school if your mark is between 35%-49% • Limited offerings of full credit courses are offered for grades 10 to 12 UNIVERSITY? COLLEGE? APPRENTICESHIP? DIRECTLY TO WORK? 1. Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences (DEGREES) 2. : Business Related Programs (DEGREES) 3. Life Sciences Programs (DEGREES) 4. Engineering or Physical Sciences (DEGREES) 5. Fine Arts (DEGREES) 1. Non-Technical (General Arts, Early Childhood Ed.) Diploma and/or Degree 2. Business Related Programs (Marketing, Accounting) Diploma and/or Degree 3. Science or Health (Massage Therapy, Paramedic) Diploma and/or Degree 4. Technical (Computer Systems, Automotive Technician) Diploma and/or Degree 1. APPRENTICESHIPS 2. WORK University:Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences University Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences Programs Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 English – Academic English – ENG3U English – ENG4U Religion World Religions - HRT3M Church and Culture - HRE4M Math Academic or Applied Math MCR3U / MCF3M /MBF3C Philosophy - HZT4U Science Academic/Applied World History - CHW3M Canadian History - CHI4U History Academic / Applied US History - CHA3U World History - CHY4U Career Studies / Civics Law - CLU3M Geography World Issues - CHW4U Parenting - HSP3M Law - CLN4U Media Studies - EMS3O Politics - CPW4U Art courses Economics - CIA4U Tech courses Literature - ETS4U Writers Craft - EWC4U College: Non-Technical General Arts, Youth Worker, Early Childhood Education College Non-Technical (ie. General Arts, Child and Youth Worker, Early Childhood Education, etc.) Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 English – Applied English – ENG3C English – ENG4C Religion World Religions - HRF3O Church and Culture - HRE4O Math –Applied Math MBF3C Parenting - HHS4M Science – Applied World History - CHW3M Food and Nutrition - HFA4M History - Applied Anthro & Soc HSP3M Entrepreneurial Studies - BDV3C Career Studies/Civics Law - CLU3M College Mathematics - MAP4C Parenting - HSP3M Current Aboriginal Issues - NDA3M Media Studies - EMS3O Phys ed courses Aboriginal Beliefs NBV3C Art and Tech courses CO – OP (half day) CO – OP (half or full day) University: Business Related Programs Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 English – Academic English – ENG3U English – ENG4U Religion World Religions - HRT3M Church and Culture - HRE4M Math –Academic Math MCR3U / MCF3M Philosophy - HZT4U Science – Academic Accounting BAF3M Advanced Functions MHF4U History Academic World History - CHW3M Calculus & Vectors MCV4U Career Studies/Civics US History - CHA3U Data Management MDM4U Law - CLU3M Accounting - BAT4M Parenting - HSP3M Bus Leadership - BOH4M Media Studies - EMS3O International Business - BBB4M Current Aboriginal Issues - NDA3M Art and Tech courses College: Business Related Programs, ie. Marketing, Accounting Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 English – Acad./Applied English – ENG3C English – ENG4C Religion World Religions - HRF3O Christ and Culture - HRE4O Math – Academic or Applied Math - MBF3C or MCF3M Math MAP4C Science–Academic / Applied Accounting BAF3M Accounting - BAT4M History Applied Computer Studies - ICS3C Bus Leadership - BOH4M Career Studies/Civics Aboriginal Beliefs - NBV3C International Business - BBB4M Parenting - HSP3M Entrepreneurial Studies - BDV4C Media Studies - EMS3O Computer Studies - ICS4C Current Aboriginal Issues - Art and Tech courses NDA3M CO - OP (half day) CO - OP (half or full day) University: Life Sciences Programs English – Academic English – ENG3U English – ENG4U Religion World Religions - HRT3M Christ & Culture HRE4M Math – Academic Math MCR3U Advanced Functions – MHF4U Science – Academic Biology – SBI3U Calculus & Vectors - MCV4U History-Academic/Applied Physics – SPH3U Data Management MDM4U Career Studies/Civics Chemistry – SCH3U Biology – SBI4U Business courses Physics – SPH4U Art courses Chemistry – SCH4U Tech courses Business courses College: Science or Health Programs ie. Massage Therapy, Paramedic College: Science or Health (i.e. Massage Therapy, Paramedic, Practical Nursing, etc.) Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 English – Applied English – ENG3C English – ENG4C Religion World Religions - HRF3O Church and Culture -HRE4O Math – Acad. or Applied Math MCF3M of MBF3C Math - MAP4C Science – Acad. or Biology – SBI3C Chemistry – SCH4C Applied History Applied Business courses Physics - SPH4C Career Studies/Civics Art courses Food & Nutrition - HFA4M Tech courses Business Arts or Tech courses CO-OP (half day) CO-OP (half or full day) University: Engineering or Physical Sciences University Engineering or Physical Sciences Programs Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 English – Academic English – ENG3U English – ENG4U Religion World Religions - HRT3M Christ & Culture HRE4M or Math MCR3U Philosophy HZT4U Math – Academic Chemistry - SCH3U Advanced Functions – MHF4U Science – Academic Physics – SPH3U Calculus & Vectors - MCV4U History-Academic/Applied Business courses Physics – SPH4U Career Studies/Civics Art courses Chemistry – SCH4U Tech courses Art, Business or Tech courses College: Technical ie. Automotive Tech., Computer Systems, Electronics College: Technical (i.e. Aviation Technician, Automotive Technician, Computer Systems, Electronics) Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 English – Applied English – ENG3C English – ENG4C Religion World Religions - HRF3O Christ & Culture - HRE4O Math – Academic/Applied Math -MCF3M or MBF3C Math - MCT4C or MAP4C Science – Applied Computer Studies ICS3 U/C Physics SPH4C History-Applied Construction - TCJ3C Computer Studies ICS4U/C Career Studies/Civics Transportation - TTJ3C Construction - TCJ4C Art or Business courses Transportation - TTJ4C CO - OP (half day) CO - OP (half or full day) 5. APPRENTICESHIP GRADE 10 GRADE 11 GRADE 12 English Applied English - ENG3C English - ENG4C Religion World Religion HRF3O Christ and Culture HRE4O Math - Academic Functions - MCF3M Math - MCT4C or or or Math - Applied Math - MBF3C Math MAP4C History CHC 2D/2P Chemistry SCH4C Physics - SPH4C Science SNC2D/2P Manufacturing Tech - TMJ3C Manufacturing Tech TMJ4C Careers/Civics Transportation - TTJ3C Transportation TTJ4C Technology- TIK2O CO - OP (half day) CO - OP (half or full day) For OYAP information see pages 18 - 21 in course calendar Strategies for the Post-Secondary Search, NOW is the time to prepare…. University & College Admissions • Check – University: www.electronicinfo.ca – College: www.ontariocolleges.ca – Apprenticeship: www.apprenticesearch.com • Look for cut off marks, prerequisites, new programs offered, limited enrolment programs, coop programs, financial opportunities, addition requirements, housing. General Admission Requirements for University • High School Diploma • 6 grade 12 university or U/C courses • admission based on popularity of program and top marks in grade 12 core courses -- prerequisites differ by program chosen. • The Program dictates additional criteria for admission e.g. letters of reference, interview • Know your program's requirements! Marks are not always enough! • Some programs may require : profile sheet, essay, letter of intent supplementary application, reference letters, interview, admission testing, portfolio, audition Why Consider College? •offer a wide variety of programs from certificate to diploma/joint degrees •focus on practical education -- towards a specific career •highly experienced faculty •innovative new programs quickly develop •co-op (paid!) and apprenticeship opportunities •excellent employment placement rate •becoming a ‘stop’ on the educational journey -- either before or after university •close to home •cheaper $$$$$$$ General Admission Requirements for College • High School Diploma • admission based on popularity of program and top marks in grade 11 and 12 core courses -- prerequisites differ by program chosen -- see College calendars. • English & Math proficiency admission test • The Program dictates additional criteria for admission e.g. letters of reference, interview, • mandatory orientation interview How Do You Decide?? • Look at interests, goals, grades, what’s important to you….. • Plan your courses backwards, from post secondary prerequisites down to grade 11 -- use the Educational Planning Sheet at the back of the course calendar • Know what prerequisites (especially English/Math/Science) are needed to keep the doors open to your destination pathway • Stay informed – check often as colleges and universities release details • Allow for flexibility -- have a backup plan!
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