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Course Selection


Course selection grade presentations have been completed. Students should now be researching pathways and ensuring their choices will meet any requirements for those choices.

 

Attached are the handouts students received plus a list of the courses being offered. Detailed information on courses can be found - https://app.myblueprint.ca/public/courses/alcdsb/nicholson1

 

Extra copies are available on the Guidance D2L site in the Course Selection area

 

There is a possibility that not all offered courses will be able to run. The final determination on the availability of a course will be based on student interest. Students are encouraged to choose appropriately.

 

Each student received a personalized summary of their progress to date on the back of their course selection sheet. This was reviewed with students and should be used to help guide the selection of the appropriate courses for next year.

 

​As students are planning, a few reminders:

 

French Immersion

 

Gr. 10s will take the following courses in French

FIF2D1

CHC2D1I - history

HRE2O1I - religion

CHV2O5I/GLC2O5I – civics/careers

 

IB Students

 

Grade 9 into Gr. 10 students need to take a French credit. Either,

FSF2D1

Or

FIF2D1

 

Grade 10 into 11 Gr. full diploma students will take

NBE3U1H

MCR3U1S

SBI3U1H

HRT3M1H

HZT4U1H

SCH3U1S

FEF3U1S or FSF3U1S

elective

 

Grade 11 into Gr. 12 full diploma students will take

ENG4U1H

ETS4U1H

MHF4U1S

MCV4U1S

SBI4U1H

PSK4U1H

SCH4U1H

elective

 

Student will input their choices starting next week (March 7-11).

 

Students in grade 9, considering or are currently in IB with questions, should contact Mr. Walsh walshj@alcdsb.on.ca.  All other students can contact Mr. Wood wood@alcdsb.on.ca.


High School Planner

This brief video show how to use the high school planner tool - https://www.loom.com/share/c90b78bb99944713a9373801fd730c78​ â€‹

​​​​​​​​​​​​Specialist ​High Skills Major

What is SHSM?
The SHSM program is a ministry-approved program that allows grade 11 and 12 students to focus their learning on a specific economic sector while meeting the requirements to graduate from high school. A SHSM program gives students the opportunity to specialize their learning, gain qualifications, and explore a career pathway while still in high school. ​
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Who is SHSM for?​​
SHSM is for students who want real world experience, a better sense of the type of work they want to do, and an understanding of where a career in their chosen sector can take them. It helps students transition after graduation to their next step, whether that be apprenticeship, college, university, or workplace training. â€‹

NOTE - The ICT program at NCC is currently under review.

For more information - https://www.alcdsb.on.ca/programs/shsm/Pages/default.aspx#/=

THE ALGONQUIN LAKESHORE TECHNOLOGY CENTRE
(at Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf)

The Algonquin Lakeshore School Board and Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf have formed a partnership in order to provide technological training for their students. Course offerings include Hospitality and Tourism, Hairstyling and Aesthetics, Transportation, Manufacturing and Construction technologies. These courses will be provided off campus in two credit blocks. Please consult the course calendar under the Technology sections 11 and 12, for specifics on these course offerings. https://app.myblueprint.ca/public/courses/alcdsb/nicholson1​

​High School Planning Tool