Grade 12 Overview
Students have the opportunity to learn life skills in the form of time management, accountability, organisation, focus, and passion. This final year of high school is a crucial time to prepare for post-secondary, and life. Grade 12 is a time to take full control of one’s education, and acknowledge the freedoms and repercussions of individual choices.
English Studies 12
Prerequisite: English 11
Preparation for literacy 12 assessment
The required English Studies 12 course builds on and extends students’ previous learning experiences and is designed for all students. In the course students will work on the following:
- refine their ability to communicate effectively in a variety of contexts and to achieve their personal and career goals
- think critically and creatively about the uses of language
- explore texts from a variety of sources, in multiple modes, and that reflect diverse worldviews
- deepen their understanding of themselves and others in a changing world
- gain insight into the diverse factors that shape identity
- appreciate the importance of self-representation through text
- contribute to Reconciliation by building greater understanding of the knowledge and perspectives of First Peoples
- expand their understanding of what it means to be educated Canadian and global citizens
Mathematics 12 – Pre-Calculus
Prerequisite: Pre-Calculus 11
The more math you take, the more money you make. This old saying often rings true because a strong foundation in mathematics prepares students for careers in science, technology, and engineering among other important professions. In this course students will be taught the following topics:
- transformations of functions and relations
- exponential functions and equations
- geometric sequences and series
- logarithms: operations, functions, and equations
- polynomial functions and equations
- rational functions
- trigonometry: functions, equations, and identities
Prerequisite: Chemistry 11
Reactions occur everyday among the elements that surround us. A strong background in Chemistry allows students to understand interactions at the molecular level and use that knowledge anywhere from food processing, energy, and countless other areas. By the end of the course, students should have an understanding of the following:
- reaction rate
- collision theory
- energy change during a chemical reaction
- Le Châtelier’s principle and equilibrium shift
- equilibrium constant (Keq)
- saturated solutions and solubility product (Ksp)
- relative strength of acids and bases in solution
- hydrolysis of ions in salt solutions
- applications of acid-base reactions
- the oxidation-reduction process
- electrochemical cells
- electrolytic cells
Career Life Connections (CLC)
Prerequisite: Career-Life Education 10
Everyone has a place in society and career exploration is vital to finding the right fit for your skills and life aspirations. In this course students are expected to learn how to set goals and explore jobs in the community. Some topics in this course includes the following:
- mentorship opportunities
- self-advocacy strategies
- strategies for personal well-being and work-life balance
- employment marketing strategies
- rights and regulations in the workplace, including safety
- social capital and transferable skills, including intercultural, leadership, and collaboration skills
- diverse post-graduation possibilities, including personal, educational, and work options
- labour market trends and local and global influences on career-life choices
- post-graduation budget planning
- capstone guidelines
Comparative Cultures 12
Prerequisite: Social Studies 10
Culture changes and adapts over time and oftentimes one culture will clash with that of another due to different world views and values. Culture is what shapes society in any which direction and understanding cultural change will help when adapting to the inevitable changes our future holds. Included in this course are the following topics:
- definitions of culture and how these have changed over time
- elements of culture and cultural expressions
- conflict and conflict resolution within and between cultures
- systems of power, authority, and governance
- role of value systems and belief systems in the development of cultures
- interactions and exchanges between cultures
- interactions between cultures and the natural environment
Genocide Studies 12
Prerequisite: Social Studies 10
Understanding human nature is not always easy. In this course, students are taught the characteristics of a genocide and the strategies implemented to incite genocidal acts. Included in this course are the following topics:
- origins and development of the term “genocide”
- economic, political, social, and cultural conditions of genocide
- characteristics and stages of genocide
- acts of mass violence and atrocities in different global regions
- strategies used to commit genocide
- use of technology in promoting and carrying out genocide
- recognition of and responses to genocides
- movements that deny the existence of or minimize the scope of genocides
- evidence used to demonstrate the scale and nature of genocides
- genocide prevention, including international law and enforcement
Law Studies 12
Prerequisite: Social Studies 10
A strong understanding of the legal landscape in Canada is extremely helpful in business and everyday life. Knowing your rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms can aid in future dealings with law enforcement, the court system, or everyday situations. In this course, students are expected to learn the following:
- the Constitution of Canada and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
- structures and powers of the federal and provincial courts and administrative tribunals
- key areas of law such as criminal law, civil law, and family, children’s, and youth law
- Canadian legislation concerning First Peoples
- indigenous legal orders and traditional laws in Canada and other global jurisdictions
- Canada’s correctional system and principles of rehabilitation, punishment, and restoration
- structures and roles of global dispute resolution agencies and courts
Forestry and Natural Resources 12
This course satisfies the Specialized Science 12 requirements.
Whether you are a treehugger or not, everyone loves the beauty and serenity of a healthy forest. Our precious woodland species not only supply us with aesthetic beauty but also play a valuable role in nature. Trees uphold a great deal of our wildlife’s ecosystem while providing us humans with needed lumber, paper products, and even food. But these forests cannot protect themselves and depend greatly on humans for conservation. In Forestry and Natural Resources 12, you will learn more about this meaningful relationship and how environmental policy, land use, water resources, and wildlife management all factor into current forestry issues. After better understanding these variables and how they affect the majesty of our forests, you may just be hugging these gentle giants after all.
- explore the importance of forests to the world we live in
- learn how professionals fight forest fires and why they sometimes use controlled fires to restore the forest
- investigate how trees are turned into wood products
- consider how forests are used and how they can best be conserved and managed for all uses
Veterinary Science 12
This course satisfies the Specialized Science 12 requirements.
Lions and tigers and bears (oh my!) Whether you want to step into the wild side of veterinary medicine or just take care of the furry dogs and cats down your street, Veterinary Science 12: The Care of Animals will show you how to care for domestic, farm, and wild animals and diagnose their common diseases and ailments. Learn how different veterinary treatments are used and developed to improve the lives of animals and, as a result, the lives of those people who treasure them. If you have always been drawn to the world of our furry, scaly, and feathered friends, this may be just the course for you!
- discover the workplace routine inside a vet office
- explore career options in the field of veterinary science
- investigate large animal and exotic animal care and treatments
- examine diseases and illnesses that can spread between humans and animals
Agriculture and Natural Resources 12
Did you know that the world’s population could be as high as 11 billion people by the year 2050? And certainly, as our population is growing, so too are our food needs. Even today, millions of people around the world experience hunger. How can we balance growing populations and keeping everyone fed? This is where the importance of agriculture, food, and natural resources comes in! Through the study of Agriculture and Natural Resources 12, you will gain a stronger sense of how food ends up on the plate and how we can maximize the foods and natural resources the earth provides. You’ll learn more about agriculture’s history, animal husbandry, plant science, and natural resources, and you’ll be better prepared for your part in sustaining the world.
- discover the changing face of today’s agriculture and its continued importance in our lives
- examine emerging trends in agriculture, food production, and natural resources
- investigate the use of technology in agriculture and food production
- explore how we can feed the world and manage our natural resources
Do you wonder what it would be like to create the next blockbuster animated movie or do you want to make the next big video game? Do you have an eye for drawing, technology, and timing? If so, Animation is the course for you! You will learn how to use animation tools to conceptualize and bring your creations to life. You’ll learn the ins and outs of creating 2D and 3D animation, from start to finish. You’ll even begin working on our own design portfolio and get hands on experience with creating your own animation projects. Learning about Animation could lead to a thriving career in the growing world of technology and animation.
- explore the many career opportunities in the animation industry
- create your own animations and see your work come alive on the screen
- learn about the different uses for animation
- discover various animation techniques and how they have evolved over time
Digital Photography 12
In today’s world, we are surrounded by images. We are continually seeing photographs as they appear in advertisements, on websites, in magazines, and on billboards; they even adorn our walls at home. While many of these images have been created by professional photographers, it is possible for your photos to take on a more professional look after you discover how to increase your creative potential. In Digital Photography 12: Discovering Your Creative Potential, you will examine various aspects of the field including specialty areas, ethics, and famous photographers throughout history. You will also learn how to effectively critique photographs so you can better understand composition and go on to create more eye-catching photographs on your own.
- try your hand at capturing events and situations like a photojournalist
- examine darkroom techniques and practice using photo-editing software
- investigate and practice some areas of professional photography, such as product photographs and special-event photography
- explore photography as a career option
Game Design 12
Prerequisite: Game Design 11
We live in a technologically-advanced world where virtual reality and video games play a major role. Have you ever thought about designing your own video game? By signing up for Game Design 12: Building a Game, you will learn the skills needed to conceptualize, design, and fully create your very own video game. Explore various video game software and hardware, sharpen your coding skills, learn about game storylines, player progression, and algorithmic decision making. Learn to analyze player goals, actions, rewards, and challenges, among many other game play components. Utilize the 21st century skills of creativity, critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and technical expertise. When you sign up for Game Design 1b: Building a Game, you are putting yourself at the forefront of a future in technology!
- discover how geo-location is impacting gaming trends
- select audio files that will give your game some edge
- determine what controls and inputs will make the most sense for your game
- design 3D assets in Blender
- learn what common game design blunders to avoid…like having your player character fall off the playfield!
Business Information Management 12
Building on the prior prerequisite course, you will become more familiar with the application of information management in business. You will learn about professional conduct, team work, and managerial skills while also examining careers in business technology. The basics of word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentation software are explored while you become comfortable operating each of these programs. Finally, the future of business technology is discussed, providing you a foundation in business information management.
- learn to meet project goals through collaboration and team communication
- visualize documents by applying your knowledge of document design
- think of your spreadsheets as another form of communication
- imagine what your advantage will look like in the global marketplace
Marketing Foundations 12
Building on the prior, prerequisite course, you will dive deeper into the marketing world with real world applications and practices. Engage with the marketing mix by studying understanding branding, advertising, promotion strategies, and more. Learn about effective sales techniques and discover employment opportunities to pursue a career in this exciting field!
- explore the ins-and-outs of product and service development and planning
- uncover the secrets of promotion and advertising
- become a pricing pro in the marketing mix
- understand the symbiotic relationship between entrepreneurship and human relations
- learn the employability skills needed for a successful career in marketing
What does it really take to own your own business? Does the sound of being your own boss make you feel excited or anxious? Either way, Entrepreneurship 12: Starting Your Business will get you started in the right direction. This course explains the ins and outs of such an enterprise, giving you the confidence needed to be your very own boss. You will discover what is needed to operate a personal business from creating a plan, generating financing, and pricing products to marketing services and managing employees. If you’ve ever dreamed of being a true entrepreneur but feel daunted by the prospect, this is your chance to learn all you need to know.
- create a business plan and explore the financial obligations of businesses
- examine the characteristics and skills needed to run your own business
- explore different types of businesses and their legal requirements
- consider the legal, political, and social factors that influence businesses
Early Childhood Education 12
Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education 11
Building on the previous prerequisite course, discover the joys of providing exceptional childcare and helping to develop future generations. Learn the importance of play and use it to build engaging educational activities that build literacy and math skills through each stage of childhood and special need. Use this knowledge to develop your professional skills well suited to a career in childcare!
- write a personal and professional plan for your goals and development
- create an age-appropriate lesson plan with activities
- fun activities in each unit to help you apply what you have learned
- develop a deeper understanding of human development
Anatomy & Physiology 12
Building on the prior prerequisite course, students will examine the form and function of even more body systems. Students will learn about the structure, function, and interrelation between the lymphatic, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and the endocrine systems. The reproductive system is also discussed along with hereditary traits and genetics. Finally, students will explore the importance of accurate patient documentation as well as technology used in the industry.
- explore the structure and function of body systems and how they work together
- discover what can go wrong with the body systems
- investigate the skills for assessing health and documenting the data while protecting the privacy of patients
- explore today’s health professions while appreciating how earlier contributions have made healthcare what it is today
Health Science 12: Patient Care and Medical Services
Are you looking for a job that’s challenging, interesting, and rewarding? These three words describe many of the different careers in health care, and Health Science 12: Patient Care and Medical Services will show you how to become part of this meaningful vocation. Promoting wellness, communicating with patients, and understanding safety in the workplace are just a few of the essential skills you will learn, all the while becoming familiar with some of the more prominent areas in the field, such as emergency care, nursing, infection control, and pediatrics. You’ll learn about some of the inherent challenges faced by this age-old profession and how you can become a significant part of the solution.
- explore the roles health care professionals play in treating patients
- analyze how to reduce medical errors and the risks of infection
- receive first aid and emergency training
- examine patients’ rights and health care workers’ responsibilities
Health Science 12: Public Health
What is public health? Who is in control of our health systems and who decides which diseases get funding and which do not? What are the human and environmental reasons for health inequality? Health Science 12: Public Health answers all of these questions and more. You will study both infectious and non-communicable diseases as well as learn how we conquer these on a community and global level through various methods, including proper hygiene, sanitation, and nutrition. Explore the role current and future technologies play worldwide as well as consider the ethics and governance of health on a global scale. Discover unique career opportunities, and fascinating real-life situations.
- explore how healthcare systems and inequity play a role in global health
- learn about programs in countries around the world to solve global health problems using handwashing, nutrition, and maternal and child health
- explore careers in global health, and learn the education required, typical salaries, and more
Culinary Arts 12
Whether you aspire to be a world-class chef or just want to learn the skills needed to create your own dishes, Culinary Arts 12 will help you build a strong foundation and grow your knowledge of this exciting industry. In this course, you will explore baking and desserts, learn how to prepare proteins, and study nutrition and safety in the kitchen. You will also enhance your understanding of sustainability in the food industry, learn to prepare meals from a global perspective, and dissect the business of cooking, from managing a kitchen to successfully running a catering company. Discover the delights that await you on this delicious culinary adventure!
- practice new recipes and cooking techniques you can use at home
- learn to bake complex, delicious dishes like a true professional
- discover the skills and experience you’ll need to be a professional chef
- examine the world of catering and the food service industry
Restaurant Management 12
Have you ever dreamed of running your own eatery? Maybe you’ve thought of collaborating with a famous chef to create an unforgettable dining experience? What goes on behind the restaurant dining room is a very different world than what goes on out front and really determines the success or failure of an establishment. Restaurant Management 12 will show you exactly what’s needed to run a successful restaurant, including ordering supplies, hiring quality workers, maintaining inventory, and managing a large staff. Understanding such concepts as food safety, hygiene, customer relations, marketing, and using a point-of-sale system are crucial to being an effective restaurateur. Whether you are hoping to operate a casual sit-down eatery, oversee a fine dining establishment, or buy a food franchise, this course is the perfect first step.
- investigate the different roles and responsibilities within restaurants
- examine how to reduce risks to safety in the kitchen and throughout the restaurant
- learn what to look for when hiring employees
- explore what creates great customer service and how to achieve it
Cosmetology 12: Advanced Hair Skills
Building on the prior prerequisite course, students will delve into the realm of hair styling and cutting techniques. Students will explore varieties wigs, extensions, and hairpieces, while also developing knowledge about shampooing and conditioning. Manual curling and the use of chemicals to curl and straighten hair are highlighted in this course as well as safety when working with chemicals. Students can expect to be well versed with a plethora of hair skills upon completion.
- explore the art of hairstyling and create beautifully designed styles
- learn hair cutting skills from the basics to specialized techniques
- gain the necessary skills to perform a variety of barbering services
- create exciting hairstyles with a variety of chemical hair treatments
Personal Psychology 12
Why do you sometimes remember song lyrics but can’t remember where you left your phone, your keys, or even your shoes? How does language affect the way we think? Why is your personality so different from (or so similar) your brother’s or sister’s personality? Personal Psychology 12: Living in a Complex World will you to explore what makes you ‘you’. Why do some things motivate you more than others? How can you determine your IQ? If you’ve ever wanted to dive right into the depths of who you are and how you got to be you, jump on board and start your exploration now!
- explore how we learn and remember. Investigate some common mental illnesses and their treatments
- examine the impact of stress on our emotions and mental health
- learn more about what influences your personality and emotions
Social Problems 12: Crisis, Conflicts, and Challenges
It may seem like we live in a sometimes scary and ever-changing world. Everywhere we “look” from the homeless living on the streets, to world-wide health epidemics, to the often negative effects of our global world problems seem to appear at every corner. In Social Problems 12: Crisis, Conflict, and Challenges, you’ll explore more of the challenges we face and learn what we can do to reduce the effects of these conflicts and problems. From drug abuse to terrorists to the changing nature of communities in our digital world, we can better face and solve these problems when we have a deeper understanding of their causes and influences on our lives.
- trace the development of humans as consumers and the effects this can have on our pocketbooks
- consider whether living in a global world is better for us or whether it creates bigger problems
- examine the effects of problems in health care and what happens when science goes wrong
- explore possible solutions to social problems
Prerequisite: Coding 11
Coding 11 & 12 together satisfy Computer Science 11
- advance your understanding of how programs are built and modified
- examine various tools and programming languages for developing code
- discover methods to build basic programs and root out bugs
- learn all about encryption and security vulnerabilities
Information Technology 12
Prerequisite: Information Technology 11
Building on the prior prerequisite course, you will gain further knowledge of information technology. Starting with an overview of programming, algorithms, and compilers, students will then learn the basics of webpage design and creating graphics. You will also explore security and cybercrime, emerging technologies, presentation software, and intellectual property laws. Finally, you will prepare for the future by discovering various careers in this field and planning your education!
- learn advanced design skills that will make your webpages and presentations really pop
- master important tips for keeping data safe on your devices and on the Internet
- enhance your soft skills to resolve conflicts with coworkers
- use your computer skills to make a positive impact in your community
Fingerprints. Blood spatter. DNA analysis. The world of law enforcement is increasingly making use of the techniques and knowledge from the sciences to better understand the crimes that are committed and to catch those individuals responsible for the crimes. Forensic science applies scientific knowledge to the criminal justice system. This course focuses on some of the techniques and practices used by forensic scientists during a crime scene investigation (CSI). Starting with how clues and data are recorded and preserved, the student will follow evidence trails until the CSI goes to trial, examining how various elements of the crime scene are analyzed and processed.
- investigate how forensic scientists analyze evidence for information about crimes
- learn more about what information can be gained from human remains, physical evidence, and burned materials
- examine how forensic scientists recognize and preserve physical evidence
- explore how forensic scientists investigate crime scenes
Sports & Entertainment Marketing 12
Whether you are watching a famous athlete make an unbelievable play or witnessing a sensational singing performance, the world of sports and entertainment is never boring. Although it may seem impossible for you to be a part of this glittery world, it’s not! The Sports and Entertainment Marketing field offers careers that combine entertainment with traditional marketing, but with a whole lot more glamour. Explore basic marketing principles while delving deeper into the multi billion dollar sports and entertainment industry. Learn how professional athletes, sports teams, and famous entertainers are marketed as commodities and how the savvy people who handle these deals can become very successful. This course will show you exactly how things work behind the scenes of a major entertainment event and how you can be part of the act.
- explore basic marketing principles for sports and entertainment marketing
- analyze the common responsibilities and duties for managing and marketing large sports and entertainment events
- learn more about the sports and entertainment industries
- examine endorsements and sponsorships
The famous Spanish philosopher and writer George Santayana once said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” We know from studying history how true this statement is, and the age-old field of archaeology helps us to better understand, through discovery and analysis, how ancient civilizations have shaped the modern world. This fascinating course, Archaeology 12: Detectives of the Past, explores the various techniques, methods, and theories of this field and illustrates how archaeologists conduct their studies. What is it like to uncover precious artifacts? How are they located and preserved? Find the answer to these questions and more as you learn how ancient discoveries can unlock the secrets of a long and colorful past.
- explore the beginnings of human culture
- discover how archaeologists use ancient artifacts to learn more about the cultures they came from
- investigate how archaeologists conduct research
- examine how ancient artifacts are recovered and preserved
Building on the prior prerequisite course, expand your knowledge in the field of biotechnology. Explore the discovery of antibiotics and the concerns of antibiotic resistance while also examining the agricultural, pharmaceutical, ad genetic applications of biotechnology. Finally, learn about the future of biotechnology to understand the depth and breadth of this field.
- listen to audio summaries that bring the course content to life
- understand the role that ethics and public policy play in biotechnology
- learn about the drivers of innovation in biotechnology that will help shape the future
- discover recent advances in pharmaceutical biotechnology, including new types of drugs and cancer treatments
African American History 12
Over the course of U.S. history, how have African Americans helped shaped American culture? This African American History course answers that question by tracing the accomplishments and obstacles of African Americans beginning with the slave trade on up to the modern Civil Rights movement. What was it like during slavery, or after emancipation, or during the years of discrimination under Jim Crow? Who were some of the main figures who have shaped African American history? In this course, you’ll learn about the political, economic, social, religious, and cultural factors that have influenced African American life, come face to face with individuals who changed the course of history, and explore how the African American story still influences current events today.
- learn about the African societies and family histories that were torn apart by the slave trade
- trace the effects of the slave trade in the forming of the United States
- see other ways African Americans have laid their lives down for their country, even when that country was not respecting them
- recognize the key players in the Civil Rights Movement
- set the Obama presidency as a milestone in historical context; see what current strides and struggles African Americans are facing
- analyze what the Black Lives Matter movement and other movements say about race relations in contemporary society
Gothic Literature 12
Vampires, ghosts, and werewolves have lived in our collective imagination since the 18th century, and they continue to influence the world of fiction even today. Gothic Literature 12: Monster Stories focuses on the major themes found in Gothic literature and demonstrates the techniques writers use to produce a thrilling psychological experience for the reader. The themes of terror versus horror, the power of the supernatural, and the struggle between good and evil are just a few of the classic Gothic subjects explored in this course. Are you brave enough to go beyond the fear and find an appreciation for the dark beauty of Gothic stories?
- connect the themes of Gothic literature to the social, political, and cultural environments in which they were created
- explore the common themes of Gothic literature
- gain an understanding and appreciation for the classics of dark literature
- analyze major pieces of Gothic literature, including Dracula and Frankenstein
Human Geography 12
Modern humans have been roaming the earth for about 200,000 years. How do the places we live influence the way we live? How do geography, weather, and location relate to our customs and lifestyles? In Human Geography 12: Our Global Identity, you will explore the diverse ways that different people have physically influenced the world around them and how they, in turn, are changed by their surroundings. Discover how beliefs and ideas spread through time, shaping and changing the cultures they encounter. In this course, you’ll gain tremendous insight into human geography and begin to better understand the important relationship between humans and their environments.
- investigate how culture, religion, and language influence our lives
- explore how the world around us shapes who we are
- analyze how humans have adapted to living in different climates and environments
- examine the movement and population of people around the world
Mythology and Folklore 12
Since the beginning of time, people have gathered around fires to tell stories of angry gods, harrowing journeys, cunning animals, horrible beasts, and the mighty heroes who vanquished them. Mythology and folklore have provided a way for these colorful stories to spring to life for thousands of years. Mythology and Folklore 12: Legendary Tales will illustrate how these famous anecdotes have helped humans make sense of the world. Beginning with an overview of mythology and different types of folklore, you will journey with age-old heroes as they slay dragons, outwit gods, defy fate, fight endless battles, and outwit clever monsters with strength and courage. You’ll explore the universality and social significance of myths and folklore and see how these powerful tales continue to shape society even today.
- explore myths and folklore, including Greek gods like Poseidon
- investigate modern myths and legends
- examine the use and symbolism of animals in mythology and folklore
The Lord of the Rings 12
Hobbits, Orcs, wizards, dashing knights, and powerful elves are all part of the magic created in J.R.R. Tolkien’s famously epic tale, The Lord of the Rings. For years, the vivid characters within this beloved story could exist only in the “reader minds”until it was adapted into a movie that allowed fans to finally see, through the eyes of Hollywood magic and brilliant technology, the manifestation of these characters onscreen. What does it take to transport these well-known images like Gollum and the Shire from dusty pages to the giant screen? In The Lord of the Rings 12: An Exploration of the Films & Its Literary Influences, you will see first-hand how classic literature can become modern film and bring the fantasy alive for a whole new generation of believers.
- explore Tolkien’s writing, themes, and impacts
- examine the fantasy genre and its place in Tolkien’s work
- discover the challenges of adapting a book to the big screen
- analyze influences such as the Arthurian legends on Tolkien’s works
Women’s Studies 12
Maybe you grew up watching movies with female characters like Cinderella, Belle, Snow White, or Ariel. Maybe you’ve wondered why there are stereotypes about women being bad drivers or ignorant about sports. Maybe you want to know about feminism and the women’s movement. Women’s Studies 12: A Personal Journey Through Film can help you answer these questions. Though it focuses on the experience of women, it’s appropriate for anyone who wants to learn to critically examine films while learning about the history of the women’s movement and how gender, race, and social class influence us. Women have earned their right to stand up and be recognized as equal partners and reap the benefits of their hard work. As the anonymous quote goes, “History is Herstory too.”
- trace the history of the women’s movement
- consider how socialization and stratification influence children
- critically analyze popular films for women’s studies themes
- explore the effects of stereotypes on men and women in society
Mathematics 12 – Foundations
Prerequisite: Foundations of Mathematics 11
Mathematics is a skill valued highly no matter where you live or what time you lived. A strong understanding of mathematical principles will be valuable throughout one’s life. Included in this course are the following topics:
- geometric explorations in constructions, conics, fractals
- graphical representations of polynomial, logarithmic, exponential, and sinusoidal functions
- regression analysis
- odds, probability, and expected value
- financial planning
Prerequisite: Mathematics 12 – Pre-Calculus
The more math you take, the more money you make. This old saying often rings true because a strong foundation in mathematics prepares students for careers in science, technology, and engineering among other important professions. In this course, students cover the following concepts:
- functions and graphs
- left and right limits
- limits to infinity
- rate of change
- differentiation rules
- fundamental theorem of calculus
- methods of integration
Prerequisite: Physics 11
An understanding of scientific principles and theories allows students to better understand our position in the world and our understanding of life. Putting physics to use is a rewarding experience as students can conduct simple experiments and add further clarity to how objects and waves move around us. This course will cover some of the following topics:
- relative motion within a stationary reference frame
- postulates of special relativity
- uniform circular motion
- First Peoples knowledge and applications of forces in traditional technologies
- gravitational field and Newton’s law of universal gravitation
- gravitational potential energy
- gravitational dynamics and energy relationships
- electric field and Coulomb’s law
- electric potential energy, electric potential, and electric potential difference
- electrostatic dynamics and energy relationships
- magnetic field and magnetic force
- electromagnetic induction
- conservation of momentum and energy in collisions
- graphical methods in physics
Active Living 12
Prerequisite: Active Living 11
An appreciation for physical activity will better allow students to understand the connection between the body and mind. PE can enhance our connection to one another through sports and other shared activities. This course emcompasses topics in healthy choices influencing physical and emotional wellbeing. There are required hours of physical activity that need to be logged and monitored in order to receive credits for this course. Some topics included in this course include the following:
- the role of nutrition and how it can affect health and performance
- potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions
- benefits of physical activities for health and mental well-being
- physical activity safety and etiquette
- injury prevention and management
- proper physical movement patterns, including non-locomotor, locomotor, and manipulative skills
- ways to monitor and adjust physical exertion levels
- rules and guidelines for different types of sports and activities
- recreational resources available in the community
Comparative World Religions 12
Prerequisite: Social Studies 10
A world view that includes religious actions will help students better understand society and actions of individuals from one religion to another. By the end of the course students should have developed an understanding of the following topics:
- characteristics of religion, mythology, and spirituality
- core beliefs, practices, and ethics of world religions, including spirituality in First Peoples cultures
- approaches to doctrines or belief systems
- institutional and social structures
- sacred texts, traditions, and narratives
- art, architecture, narratives, and other forms of expression
- relationship between religion and government at different times and places
Human Geography 12
Prerequisite: Social Studies 10
Understanding human migration patterns and the effects of globalism allows us to understand civilization better. Through the course, some topic mentioned will include the following:
- demographic patterns of growth, decline, and movement
- relationships between cultural traits, use of physical space, and impacts on the environment
- relationship between First Peoples and the environment
- global agricultural practices
- industrialization, trade, and natural resource demands
- factors behind increased urbanization and its influence on societies and environments
- relationships between natural resources and patterns of population settlement and economic development
- political organization of geographic regions
This course satisfies the Specialized Science 12 requirements.
How can we make our food more nutritious? Can plants really communicate with each other? These are just two of the questions tackled in Introduction to Agriscience. From studying the secrets in corn roots to examining how to increase our food supply, this course examines how agriscientists are at the forefront of improving agriculture, food production, and the conservation of natural resources. In Introduction to Agriscience, you’ll learn about the innovative ways that science and technology are put to beneficial use in the field of agriculture. You’ll also learn more about some of the controversies that surround agricultural practices as nations strive to provide their people with a more abundant and healthy food supply.
Have you ever strolled past a bright green cauliflower at the market and paused to ponder its unusual color? Ever wonder why “broccolini” is suddenly a thing? Well, if you find yourself curiously questioning these, and other, peculiar vegetables and wondering about the role of agriculture in the modern world, Agriscience II is for you. Learn how science and technology are revolutionizing our food supply and promoting innovative ways to produce healthy plant-based foods, such as developing better hybrids and growing edible plants in challenging places. Food is our most essential resource; see how plant science will change the face of eating in the 21st century and give us the knowledge to continually improve our green thumbs!
- investigate plant biology and how to care for agricultural crops
- examine the use and care of agricultural animals
- explore how science and technology are being applied to agriculture
- learn more about careers in agriscience
- define horticulture
- identify different types of horticulture
- recognize key trends and technology relevant for plant scientists
- understand the basics of workplace safety for horticulturalists
Renewable Technologies 12
This course satisfies the Specialized Science 12 requirements.
Cars that run on used vegetable oil. Electricity produced from your garbage. A windmill made from spare bicycle parts that pumps water to crops. Energy is life. So, how do we address the world’s growing concerns about energy sources? Where will it come from in the future? How can energy be something sustainable, renewable, and accessible? Renewable Technologies 12 begins to uncover the development of new energy technologies and explores how recent approaches to generating, storing, and creating this precious resource have evolved. By gaining a larger understanding of this challenge, we, as thoughtful people, can implement real change and unlock the solution needed for a safer, cleaner, and more enduring world.
- explore the different types of alternative, renewable technologies
- discover how consumer behaviors and government policies influence energy production around the world
- investigate how different technologies can be used to produce electricity
- compare the advantages and disadvantages of traditional and alternative energies
Marine Science 12
This course satisfies the Specialized Science 12 requirements.
Have you ever wondered about the secrets of the deep, and how the creatures below the ocean’s surface live and thrive? It is truly a new frontier of discovery, and in Marine Science you will begin to better understand the aquatic cycles, structures, and processes that generate and sustain life in the sea. Through the use of scientific inquiry, research, measurement, and problem solving, you will conduct various scientific procedures that will lead to an increased level of knowledge about Marine Science. You will also have the opportunity to use technology and laboratory instruments in an academic setting. By recognizing the inherent ethics and safety procedures necessary in advanced experiments, you will become progressively more confident in your abilities as a capable marine scientist.
- define marine science
- describe the development of oceans
- explain different movements in plate tectonics and their results
- discuss the scientific method
- differentiate between a hypothesis and a theory
3D Modeling 12
Are you interested in a career in technology? Are you curious about working in fields like virtual reality, video game design, marketing, television and motion pictures, or digital imaging? If so, this course in 3D Modeling is a great place to start as it is the foundation for all these career paths. Gain a deeper understanding of graphic design and illustration as you use 3D animation software to create virtual three-dimensional design projects. Hone in on your drawing, photography, and 3D construction techniques and develop the skills needed to navigate within a 3D digital modeling workspace. This course is an excellent introduction to careers in the fast-growing field of technology and design.
- let your imagination run wild while rendering your own 3D models
- discover how 3D modeling contributes to various industries
- develop a deeper understanding about the growing 3D modeling career opportunities
- learn how 3D modeling enhances the world of video games and animation
Art in World Cultures 12
Who do you think is the greatest artist of all time? Maybe Leonardo da Vinci? Michelangelo? Maybe a more modern artist like Claude Monet or Pablo Picasso? Or is it possible that the greatest artist of all time is actually someone whose name has been lost to history? In Art in World Cultures, you’ll learn about some of the greatest artists in the world while creating your own art, both on paper and digitally. This course explores basic principles and elements of art and teaches you how to critique different art works art. And along the way, you will get to discover some traditional art forms from various regions of the world including the Americas, Africa, and Oceania.
- examine the social, political, religious, and culture influences found in art
- learn more about American, African, and Oceanic art
- trace the development of Western art from the ancient Greeks to modern art
- explore the beginnings of art and the people who made them
Fashion and Interior Design 12
Do you have a flair for fashion? Are you constantly looking for new ways to decorate or design your room? If so, Fashion and Interior Design 12 is the course for you. Explore the world of design and begin to understand the background and knowledge needed to develop a career in this exciting field. Try your hand at designing through a project-based process, learning how color, composition, and texture can all affect great aesthetics. You’ll develop the essential communications skills necessary to build a successful business and begin to develop the kind of portfolio that will lead to future career opportunities. Perhaps it’s time to get your stylish foot in the door?
- explore the tools used in fashion and interior design
- develop essential communication and design skills to run a business
- create or add to your design portfolio
- learn the basics of color and design
Building on the prior prerequisite course, go beyond the world of print and discover how journalism can lead to exciting careers that will put you right in the action. Learn how to cover important events while honing your research and observational skills. Discover how journalism can shape your future and others.
Advertising and Sales Promotion 12
What comes to mind when you think of “marketing”? Perhaps a familiar television jingle plays in your head? Or maybe you think of those irritating sales phone calls? There’s no denying the sheer magnitude and power of the marketing industry. Every year companies spend approximately $200 billion promoting their products and services – and that’s just in the United States alone! You may be familiar with being on the receiving end marketing, but what’s it like on the other side? In Advertising and Sales Promotion 12, you’ll see how these marketing campaigns, ads, and commercials are brought to life and meet some of the creative folks who produce them. You’ll learn about different marketing career opportunities and discover ways to be part of this exciting, fast-paced industry.
- research careers in the advertising and marketing fields
- explore how companies use advertising and marketing to sell products
- evaluate different strategies for selling products
- learn how to use persuasive sales techniques
Principles of Business Marketing and Finance 12
Building on the prior prerequisite course, you will expand your knowledge of the basics to explore advanced topics, such as marketing strategy, banking, and investments. Finally, examine employability skills and careers in business, finance, and marketing as well as various entrepreneurship opportunities.
- explore the world of marketing and how to attract customers when promoting products and services
- investigate the principles of money and credit and understand the basics of financial management
- uncover the important basics of business finance, including accounting, budgeting, and investing
- learn what careers are available in business and discover important employability skills
International Business 12
Imagine meeting with suppliers at an office in Europe while calling your salesroom that’s back in Asia. Imagine investing in foreign markets and visiting partners in exotic locales. With the evolution of current technology, our world is more connected than ever before, and the business community today is larger than ever. International Business 12: Global Commerce in the 21st Century will demonstrate just how you can gain the knowledge, skills, and appreciation to live and work in the global marketplace. You will begin to understand how both domestic and international businesses are affected by economic, social, cultural, political, and legal factors and what it takes to become a true manager of a global business in the 21st century.
- examine the basic principles of working in the global marketplace
- analyze business management practices in the global world
- investigate how culture, politics, and legal factors influence business practices
- explore how emerging technologies influence international business
We all know money is important in life. But how important? In fact, the financial decisions you make today may have a lasting effect on your future. Rather than feeling anxious about money feel empowered by learning how to make smart decisions! Economics 12: Personal and Family Finance will begin the conversation around how to spend and save your money wisely, investing in safe opportunities and the days ahead. Learning key financial concepts around taxes, credit, and money management will provide both understanding and confidence as you begin to navigate your own route to future security. Discover how education, career choices, and financial planning can lead you in the right direction to making your life simpler, steadier, and more enjoyable.
- examine credit and learn how to use credit wisely
- explore how to better control your money and avoid money problems
- create a plan to reach your financial goals
- learn about different types of banks and how taxes will affect you
Life and Health Management 12
Imagine the healthiest people you know . . . what’s their secret? While some health traits are genetically determined, the truth is we all have the ability to make positive changes in our physical lives. In Life and Health Management 12, you will learn how to promote better health by decreasing stress and finding a fuller vision of your life. Explore different lifestyle choices that can influence your overall health, from positively interacting with others, to choosing quality health care, to making sensible dietary choices. You will have the opportunity to build your own plan for improvement and learn how to create the type of environment that will ensure your overall health, happiness, and well-being.
- evaluate your health and what you can do to improve it
- evaluate how the environment impacts your health
- create a plan to reduce your stress and increase your wellbeing
- explore the connections between your physical, mental, and social health
Health Science 12: Nursing
Nursing is an in-demand career, perfect for someone looking for a rewarding and challenging vocation in the healthcare sector. With a strong focus on patient care, a nurse must be skilled in communication, promoting wellness, and understanding safety in the workplace. In Health Science 12: Nursing, you will explore communication and ethics, anatomy and physiology, and the practice of nursing. Learn how to build relationships with individuals, families, and communities and how to develop wellness strategies for your patients. From emergency to rehabilitative care to advances and challenges in the healthcare industry, discover how you can launch a fulfilling career providing care to others.
- explore the many career opportunities in nursing
- learn about the structure, systems, and workings of the human body
- learn how to communicate with patients, their families, and coworkers
- discover how to stop the spread of disease
Nutrition and Wellness 12
Have you ever heard the phrase “your body is your temple” and wondered what it means? Keeping our physical body healthy and happy is just one of the many challenges we face, and yet, many of us don’t know how to best achieve it. Positive decisions around diet and food preparation are key to this process, and you will find the essential skills needed to pursue a healthy, informed lifestyle in Nutrition and Wellness 12. Making sure you know how to locate, buy, and prepare fresh delicious food will make you, and your body, feel amazing. Impressing your friends and family as you nourish them with your knowledge? That feels even better!
- discover how to improve your nutrition and wellness
- use new strategies to get the best food to fuel your body
- create delicious dishes for your family and friends
- create safe eating, cooking, and cleaning habits in the kitchen
Hospitality and Tourism 12
Prerequisite: Hospitality and Tourism 11
Building upon the prior prerequisite course, students will embark on their journey to becoming managers in the hotel and restaurant industry by gaining knowledge and developing a variety of skills. Students will learn of different management styles, laws, and regulations that govern hotels and restaurants as well as how to develop job descriptions and business plans. In addition, students will learn how to create menus, advertise vacancies, perform interviews, and understand financials of the hotel or restaurant.
- explore how to meet the varied demands faced by hospitality managers
- discover how to make solid hiring decisions and create dynamic teams
- consider the many departments involved in the Hospitality business
- create innovative marketing tools to give your hospitality business an edge
Cosmetology 12: Hair Skills
Cosmetology is a specialized field with a high skill set. Students taking this course will be exposed to the complexities of cosmetology by learning to perform a hair, scalp, and skin analysis. Students will also learn about hair types, face shapes, and color theory. Finally, to effectively prepare students for a career in cosmetology, color techniques with an emphasis on salon and chemical safety is examined.
- learn all about the science behind your hair and how to properly care for it
- study the scalp and learn about the products that affect scalp health
- explore the basic principles of design and how they apply to haircutting
- gain a deeper understanding of color theory and practice working with hair color
Peer Counseling 12
Are you the person that people come to for advice? Does it seem that your friends always talk to you about their problems? If so, Peer Counseling 12 may be the perfect course for you. It offers ways for you to explore this valuable skill and better understand how it can make a difference in the lives of others. Helping people achieve their personal goals is one of life’s most rewarding experiences, and Peer Counseling will show you the way to provide support, encouragement, and resource information. Learn how to observe others as a Peer Counselor as you carefully listen and offer constructive, empathic communication while enhancing your own communication skills.
- explore how to handle conflicts and resolve problems
- learn what a peer counselor is and how they can help others
- master effective communication skills, including active listening
- examine what makes someone a leader and how to increase leadership skills
Do you love children? Maybe you dream of being a parent someday. But perhaps you are also asking yourself, just how, exactly, do you learn to parent? Learning how to care for children while teaching them confidence and accountability is not an easy feat. In Parenting 12, you’ll learn that being a parent is much more than simply feeding, bathing, and protecting a child. Creating a positive environment, nurturing, fostering education, and serving as a role model are all critical aspects as well. You’ll learn how to be a positive force in the development of your future children as well as others around you.
- examine how to effectively communicate with children of all ages
- investigate how to best approach parenting problems and challenges
- explore how to create a positive, healthy environment for children to grow up in
- reflect on the practices and skills that will help children become successful adults
This course satisfies Comparative Cultures 12 requirements.
Why do people disagree on so many big issues? Where do culture wars come from? Maybe you’ve wondered this as you’ve looked through your social media feed or read the latest online article about groups fighting over different social issues. Sociology 12: Your Social Life takes a powerful look at how social institutions like families, religion, government, and education shape our world and how collective behavior and social movements can create change. Although the reality of the battles isn’t always pretty, gaining a clearer picture of the different sides can help you better understand how our lives are shaped by entertainment, social institutions, and social change.
- explore how social change can happen in society
- analyze the effects of cities, population growth, and urban life on society
- examine the benefits and effects of sports and entertainment
- investigate the influence of religion, education, and other organizations on society
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a hacker? Or think about who is trying to steal your passwords while you’re shopping online using the free Wi-Fi at your local coffee shop? Unmask the cybersecurity threats around you by understanding hackers and identifying weaknesses in your online behavior. Learn to avoid the various types of cyber attacks, including those to your social media accounts, and to predict the potential legal consequences of sharing or accessing information that you do not have rights to. Dig into these crimes in depth by taking a look at cyber forensics and other cybersecurity careers. In a world where such threats have no boundaries, cybersecurity will undoubtedly play an increasingly larger role in our personal and professional lives in the years to come.
- strategize ways to launch your cyber career
- anticipate how your online movement will be monitored by hackers
- forge a personal protocol for the internet and beyond
- take a critical look at your online behavior and lifestyle
Understanding the criminal mind is not easy. Why do certain people commit horrible acts? Can we ever begin to understand their reasoning and motivation? Perhaps. In Criminology 12: Inside the Criminal Mind, you will be given the rare opportunity to climb inside the mind of a criminal and examine the ideas and motivations at work. The mental state of a criminal can be affected by many different aspects of life-psychological, biological, sociological-all of which have differing perspectives and influences. You will investigate not only how these variables affect the criminal mind but also how the criminal justice system remains committed to upholding the law through diligence and an uncompromising process.
- analyze the factors that influence crime and the criminal justice system
- investigate how crimes and criminals are handled in the criminal justice system
- explore why people commit crimes
- examine the consequences of crime for individuals and society
Product Design & Innovation 12
Think about the last time you visited your favorite store. Now picture the infinite number of products you saw. Have you ever wondered how those things made it to the shelves? Whether it’s video games, clothing, or sports equipment, the goods we purchase must go through a manufacturing process before they can be marketed and sold. In Introduction to Product Design and Innovation 12, you will learn about different types of manufacturing systems as well as career opportunities, including engineers, technicians, and supervisors. As a culminating project, you will plan your own manufacturing process and create an entirely original product! If you thought manufacturing meant mundane assembly lines, this course will show you how exciting, creative, and practical this industry can be.
Prerequisite: Anthropology 11
How does your culture influence you? Find out how different locations shape various cultures and, in turn, how these cultures shape people’s lives around the world – from the jungles of the Amazon to the islands of Indonesia. Anthropology 12: More Human Mysteries Uncovered provides a fascinating look at this puzzle of culture. Many of our ancient cultures and languages were shaped by the geographical locations of our ancestors, and in this course, you will begin to visualize new ideas about how ancient cultures flourished through examining their views on life, death, art, and survival. In looking back and learning about cultures through the ages, we are better equipped to understand the world around us today.
- investigate how art is shaped and how it shapes culture
- discuss the research methods anthropologists use in studying people around the world
- explore the human life course and cultural approaches to death and dying
- learn more about specific cultures around the world, such as the Maasai
Prerequisite: Astronomy 11
Building upon the prior prerequisite course, this course presents a variety of subjects that allow the student to become more familiar with the universe. Students will explore the solar system, the sun, comets, asteroids, and meteors as well as become familiar with the concepts of space travel and settlements. Students will also examine the life cycle of stars and the properties of planets.
- explore the future of space travel
- learn what it’s like to live and work in space
- investigate how comets, asteroids, and meteorites influence life on earth
- learn about our closest star, the sun, and the role it plays in our solar system
Great Minds in Science 12
Sometimes there are simply more questions than answers. Does life exist on other planets? How extreme is the human ability to survive? Will the issue of global warming ever be solved? Today, scientists, explorers, and writers are working to answer such questions by using extensive inquiry to find innovative solutions. Similar to such famous minds from history as Edison, Einstein, Curie, and Newton, the scientists of today are finding ways to revolutionize our lives and the world. Great Minds in Science: Ideas for a New Generation takes an in-depth look at the extraordinary work of these individuals and demonstrates how their ideas may very well shape the world of tomorrow.
- look to the future to see how emerging science and technologies will help protect and sustain humans
- travel from the depths of the ocean into space with some of the world’s more innovative scientists
- explore some of the world’s more extreme environments and learn what they have to teach us
- ask big questions and look for answers with some of the greatest minds in science
Creative Writing 12
For many hundreds of years, literature has been one of the most important human art forms. It allows us to give voice to our emotions, create imaginary worlds, express ideas, and escape the confines of material reality. Through creative writing, we can come to better understand ourselves and our world. This course can provide you with a solid grounding in the writing process, from finding inspiration to building a basic story. Then, when you are ready to go beyond the basics, learn more complicated literary techniques to create strange hybrid forms of poetry and prose. By the end of this course, you can better discover your creative thoughts and turn those ideas into fully realized pieces of creative writing.
- develop your one-of-a-kind writer’s voice
- create three-dimensional characters that jump off the page
- transport your readers to places they’ve never seen
Genocide Studies 12: History of the Holocaust
“Never shall I forget that night, the first night in camp, which has turned my life into one long night, seven times cursed and seven times sealed.”Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor, wrote these words about his experiences in a Nazi concentration camp. History of the Holocaust will take you through the harrowing details of anti-Semitism, the power of the Nazi party, the persecution of European Jews and other groups, and the tremendous aftermath for everyone involved in World War II. You’ll explore the causes of the Holocaust, the experiences of Jews and other individuals during this time, and what has been done to combat genocide since WWII. “For the dead and the living, we must bear witness.”
- examine the factors that contributed to the start of the Holocaust
- learn about the “Final Solution” and the impact it had on the groups included
- learn about life in the ghettos and concentration camps
- investigate the liberation of the concentration camps and the aftermath of the Holocaust
Music Appreciation 12
Have you ever heard a piece of music that made you want to get up and dance? Cry your heart out? Sing at the top of your lungs? Whether pop, classical, or anything in between, music provides a powerful way for people to celebrate their humanity and connect with something larger than themselves. Music Appreciation 12: The Enjoyment of Listening not only will provide a historical perspective on music from the Middle Ages to the 21st century, but it will also teach you the essentials of how to listen and really hear (with a knowledgeable ear) the different music that’s all around you. Learning how to truly appreciate sound and melody is the best way to ensure a continued love of this delightful art form.
- investigate the development of jazz music and its influence on other genres
- examine how music has influenced nations, communities, and individuals
- learn more about the lives of some of the world’s greatest musicians and composers
- explore the development of music from ancient music to today’s popular music
Go on an exciting adventure covering over 2,500 years of history! Along the way, you’ll run into some very strange characters, like the dirty barefoot man who hung out on street corners pestering everyone with questions, or that eccentric fellow who climbed inside a stove to think about whether he existed. Despite their odd behavior, these and other philosophers of the Western world are among the world’s most brilliant and influential thinkers and originated the fundamental ideas of Western civilization. Philosophy 12: The Big Picture asks some of the same questions these great thinkers pondered, so by the time you’ve “closed the book” on this course, you will better understand yourself and the world around you – from atoms to outer space and everything in between.
- ask the big questions along with philosophers throughout history
- trace the development of philosophy in the Western world from the ancients to modern philosophers
- learn more about the lives, thoughts, and ideas of famous philosophers through history
- examine how Western philosophy has affected government, law, and society
World Religions 12
This course satisfies Comparative World Religions 12 requirements.
From Taoism, to Islam, to Christianity, religion inevitably affects us all in some way. On one level, religion can help us commune with and honor our spiritual natures, but it can also divide people and create great strife in the world. World Religions: Exploring Diversity will explore the various characteristics of faith and introduce the fundamentals of the major religions, including Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Shintoism, and Taoism. You’ll trace how these powerful faiths have influenced cultures over thousands of years and helped to shape the face of humanity. After this course, you’ll have a clearer understanding of how religion continues to affect the larger world.
- identify some of the common elements and benefits of religion
- explore the beliefs and values of religions around the world
- examine religious practices and rituals
- analyze the history and sacred texts of religions around the world
What is the Career Life Connections Course?
The Career Life Connections course is a mandatory course for grade twelve students to plan for life after graduation.
Is there a grad ceremony?
Yes, iLearn holds a graduation ceremony for full-time students who have completed their grade twelve requirements and have earned a BC Dogwood Diploma.
How do I share my transcript with universities?
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