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The following planning chart lists minimum course requirements for graduation:

Grade 10Grade 11Grade 12
EnglishEnglishEnglish 30
SocialSocialSocial 30
MathMathGrade 12 subjects outside of English and Social
ScienceScienceGrade 12 subjects outside of English and Social
P.E.CALM 20 (3 credits)*Option 1
Option 1*Option 1*Possible Option 2
Option 2*Option 2*Possible Option 3
Option 3*Option 3*Possible Option 4

*In grade 11 and 12, students may choose to do up to three sciences.
*We encourage students to follow through with one option course to grade 12. If you are applying to post-secondary, you may also be able to use a grade 12 option in your application.

Academic Guidelines

The following planning chart lists minimum course requirements for graduation:

Grade 10Grade 11Grade 12
EnglishEnglishEnglish 30
SocialSocialSocial 30
MathMathGrade 12 subjects outside of English and Social
ScienceScienceGrade 12 subjects outside of English and Social
P.E.CALM 20 (3 credits)*Option 1
Option 1*Option 1*Possible Option 2
Option 2*Option 2*Possible Option 3
Option 3*Option 3*Possible Option 4

*In grade 11 and 12, students may choose to do up to three sciences.
*We encourage students to follow through with one option course to grade 12. If you are applying to post-secondary, you may also be able to use a grade 12 option in your application.

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