Social Studies

High school social studies courses explore relationships among individuals in various societies and between societies. Students examine cultural, economic, ethical, legal, political and religious issues that communities face. These courses focus on understanding: who am I, what kind of society do I want, and how do I and others shape our world?


Senior High Social Studies Course Sequences:

Credits: 5 credits per course

Prerequisites: 50% minimum is required to progress to the next level in a sequence 

Course Outlines: Course outlines are located within the Introductory Module of each course and contains specific information related to learner outcomes, assessment and weightings. 

"-1" Sequence: Social 10-1, 20-1, 30-1 

  • Examine historical and contemporary aspects and relationships among citizenship,
    identity, globalization, nationalism and ideologies
  • Social 30-1 meets the requirements for a High School Diploma
  • In Social 30-1, you write a provincial Diploma Exam, worth 30% of your final grade

"-2" Sequence: Social 10-2, 20-2, 30-2 

  • Examine historical and contemporary aspects and relationships among citizenship,
    identity, globalization, nationalism and ideologies 
  • Social 10-2 meets the requirements for a Certificate of High School Achievement. 
  • Social 30-2 meets the requirements for a High School Diploma
  • In Social 30-2, you write a provincial Diploma Exam, worth 30% of your final grade
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