Our school offers options to suit our students’ unique learning needs, interests and abilities. All of our courses follow the Alberta Programs of Study. 
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Note: All complementary courses at RTHS will be offered based on student interest, enrolment and school resources.

Creative Writing and Publishing 15/25/35 (1269/2269/3269) – 5 credits each

Through participating in the actual publication process, students will use relevant technologies to create their own texts and follow those texts through the editing, publishing and marketing processes. In liaising with professional writing organizations, submitting to established publications and creating their own publication, students comprehend and manage the processes and conventions of publishing and marketing creative writing. Because the general outcomes of the course span Grades 10 through 12, Creative Writing and Publishing can be offered as a blended course when
enrolment is insufficient to offer separate classes at each grade level. Within the specific outcomes, there is an increasing sophistication in the understanding of concepts and application of strategies and skills. Prerequisite for CW 25: CW 15. Prerequisite for CW 35: CW 25.

Forensic Science 25/35 (2569/3569) – 5 credits each

This is an elective course intended for students interested in the use of basic forensic concepts and technologies to solve crimes. These concepts may include the collection and analysis of evidence from crime scenes and the principles of fingerprinting, breathalyzers, polygraphing, DNA analysis, and more. A major component is the analysis of real crime cases, such as the O.J. Simpson case, the Atlanta Child Murders, and the tragic death of Princess Diana. The final assessment will involve a mock crime scene where students use the techniques they have learned to solve the crime. Prerequisite: Science 14 or 10

Psychology 30 (3171) - 5 credits

Throughout Psychology 30, students explore views on abnormal behavior, examine different mental health disorders, and learn about research methodology in psychology. In addition to these core elements of the course, students also examine the roles and responsibilities of government and how to manage legal and ethical responsibilities when working in helping relationships. Prerequisite: None 

Yoga 15 (1449) – 5 credits

Yoga 15 provides an introduction to the foundational postures (asanas), establishes breathing techniques and a preparatory meditation practice. It will also present students with the historical roots of yoga and give them an understanding of basic anatomy and physiology as it applies to the discipline. Students will develop an enhanced appreciation for, and acceptance of their body. The program is designed to allow students to experience the benefits of increased flexibility, strength, focus and concentration. Students will learn to be non-judgmental about their own and others’ yoga practice. Through continued practice, students will relieve stress, learn relaxation techniques, and experience the health benefits of a yoga practice. Prerequisite: None

Yoga 25/35 (2449/3449) - 5 credits each

Both Yoga 25 and 35 offer students the opportunity to deepen their study of yoga and to continue to experience the benefits of a regular practice More advanced postures (asanas) and breathing techniques (pranayama) will be introduced. Students will establish a consistent meditation practice in order to deepen their self-understanding and share this knowledge through leadership and collaboration. They will study alignment, anatomy, and physiology of the physical postures and learn to build complimentary sequences. The focus will be on self-knowledge and self-care with an emphasis on an awareness of balance in their personal environment, focusing on how yoga, school and life work as integral components that contribute to their sense of wellness. Prerequisite for Yoga 25: Yoga 15. Prerequisite for Yoga 35: Yoga 25

Complementary Courses

Note: All complementary courses at RTHS will be offered based on student interest, enrolment and school resources.

Creative Writing and Publishing 15/25/35 (1269/2269/3269) – 5 credits each

Through participating in the actual publication process, students will use relevant technologies to create their own texts and follow those texts through the editing, publishing and marketing processes. In liaising with professional writing organizations, submitting to established publications and creating their own publication, students comprehend and manage the processes and conventions of publishing and marketing creative writing. Because the general outcomes of the course span Grades 10 through 12, Creative Writing and Publishing can be offered as a blended course when
enrolment is insufficient to offer separate classes at each grade level. Within the specific outcomes, there is an increasing sophistication in the understanding of concepts and application of strategies and skills. Prerequisite for CW 25: CW 15. Prerequisite for CW 35: CW 25.

Forensic Science 25/35 (2569/3569) – 5 credits each

This is an elective course intended for students interested in the use of basic forensic concepts and technologies to solve crimes. These concepts may include the collection and analysis of evidence from crime scenes and the principles of fingerprinting, breathalyzers, polygraphing, DNA analysis, and more. A major component is the analysis of real crime cases, such as the O.J. Simpson case, the Atlanta Child Murders, and the tragic death of Princess Diana. The final assessment will involve a mock crime scene where students use the techniques they have learned to solve the crime. Prerequisite: Science 14 or 10

Psychology 30 (3171) - 5 credits

Throughout Psychology 30, students explore views on abnormal behavior, examine different mental health disorders, and learn about research methodology in psychology. In addition to these core elements of the course, students also examine the roles and responsibilities of government and how to manage legal and ethical responsibilities when working in helping relationships. Prerequisite: None 

Yoga 15 (1449) – 5 credits

Yoga 15 provides an introduction to the foundational postures (asanas), establishes breathing techniques and a preparatory meditation practice. It will also present students with the historical roots of yoga and give them an understanding of basic anatomy and physiology as it applies to the discipline. Students will develop an enhanced appreciation for, and acceptance of their body. The program is designed to allow students to experience the benefits of increased flexibility, strength, focus and concentration. Students will learn to be non-judgmental about their own and others’ yoga practice. Through continued practice, students will relieve stress, learn relaxation techniques, and experience the health benefits of a yoga practice. Prerequisite: None

Yoga 25/35 (2449/3449) - 5 credits each

Both Yoga 25 and 35 offer students the opportunity to deepen their study of yoga and to continue to experience the benefits of a regular practice More advanced postures (asanas) and breathing techniques (pranayama) will be introduced. Students will establish a consistent meditation practice in order to deepen their self-understanding and share this knowledge through leadership and collaboration. They will study alignment, anatomy, and physiology of the physical postures and learn to build complimentary sequences. The focus will be on self-knowledge and self-care with an emphasis on an awareness of balance in their personal environment, focusing on how yoga, school and life work as integral components that contribute to their sense of wellness. Prerequisite for Yoga 25: Yoga 15. Prerequisite for Yoga 35: Yoga 25

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