Grade 9 Course Programming 2017-2018 SCHOOL CAREER K 7 8 9 10 11 12 ONLY 4 YEARS TO GO...... And then? COLLEGE UNIVERSITY APPRENTICESHIP TRAVEL
WORK MYP Year 4 : Grade 9 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Language & Literature Individuals & Societies
Sciences Mathematics Physical & Health Ed. or Dance & Health Ed. Language Acquisition French or Squamish 2 Electives (Semestered) 2 Electives (Semestered) Electives outside of timetable How does the MYP affect course programming? All students must take: A second language (French or Squamish) Three consecutive years
Grades 8,9 & 10 * exception made for LC students Grade 9 Electives all students will take a minimum of 4 half year elective courses: Fine Arts Courses Design Courses Not including: Outside of the timetable electives Grade 9 Electives
Inside the timetable courses are half a year long. Students take 4 electives. All student may register for outside of the timetable electives as well. Fine Arts Art Design 9 Theatre Arts 9 Concert Band 9 (full year / 2 elect.) Concert Choir 9 (full year / 2 elect.)
Guitar (full year / 2 elect.) Design Information Technology 9 Design and Technology 9 Engineering 9 Foods and Nutrition 9 Textile Arts 9 Outside of Timetable Vocal Jazz Choir 9
Jazz Band 9 Beginners Band 9 Community Initiatives 9/10 Other Streams Learning Center 9 for referred students English as a Second Language 9 courses (ELL) Academies Peak Performance External Credits Choices District Enhanced Programs
IB MYP/Diploma Program Carson Graham Art Academy (10-12) Carson Graham VCC Culinary Arts Level 1 (11-12) Carson Graham Advanced Placement (12) Handsworth & Argyle Digital Media Academy (9-12) Work Experience/Apprenticeship (10-12)
Experiential Outdoor Environmental Leadership(10-12) Argyle All schools Outdoor School District Enhanced Programs Dance Academy Windsor Hockey Academy Soccer Academy Basketball Academy Volleyball Academy Field Hockey Academy
Outdoor Ed Academy (new Sept. 2017) Peak Performance Program Distributed Learning Windsor Windsor Seycove & Mountainside Sutherland Sutherland Sutherland All NV schools DL Center In Order to Graduate LOOKING AHEAD
Begin earning credits in Grade 10 Students need 80 credits to graduate New Graduation Program begins 2018/2019 So, if a student fails a course, it is important that he or she takes it again during summer school, DL or the next year. Graduation Requirements Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 1.
English 10 Social Studies 10 Science 10 A Math 10 French 10 or Squamish 10 6. PE 10 7. Careers A 8. Elective 2. Social Studies 11/12 3. 4.
5. 6. 7. 8. A Science 11/12 A Math 11/12 Elective Elective Elective Elective English/Comm 12 Careers B Elective
Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Note: 80 total credits required for graduation (52 mandatory; 28 elective) Where can I keep up to date about Graduation requirements? Check out the Ministry of Education web site for the most recent graduation requirements Google Ministry of Education graduation requirements
or www.bced.gov.bc.ca/graduation/grad2004.htm While Courses are Important There is more to school than just classes. To be an IB student you must also focus on Community and Service Become reflective on your progress and goals Be inquisitive, open minded and caring Be prepared to become globally
minded Get Involved!!! Focus for Grade 9 Take responsibility for your actions. Keep organized: use agenda! Attend and stay on track.
Be committed and set goals. Engage in all your classes. Be an active participant in school life: get involved in extracurricular activities. Questions? Refer to the programming guide www.carsongraham.ca Talk to the teachers Network ask around See your counsellor - Mrs. Weyell
Please note this date: Programming Sheets are th due February 17 at the counselling office
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