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Grade 12 Courses

Grade 12 Courses Summary

Grade 12 is usually a student’s last year of high school. This is the year they attempt to finish meeting their graduation requirements.

In grade 12, the courses needed for graduation are:

  • a Language Arts (aka English) 12 **Has a provincial exam with 40% of the total course mark**(https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/graduation-info)
  • Grad Transitions (includes DPA)
  • Social Studies 11
  • Mathematics 11 or 12
  • a Science 11 or 12
  • a Fine Arts and/or an Applied Skills 10, 11, or 12
  • a student is also required to take 7 electives for graduation (3 of which must be a grade 12 level course)
  • All student are required to take a Numeracy Exam before graduation (unless they took a grade 10 provincial exam): https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/graduation-info

*We also offer all the Rosetta Stone languages. Underneath course categories, select “International Language” and have a peek at all the different languages we offer. Chose the one that interests you the most!*

**Wondering about trades and apprenticeships and the jobs that could be available to you? We have those too.  Under courses, select “Trades and Apprenticeships”**

Aboriginal Leadership 12 (BAA)

4 credits

Aboriginal Leadership provides graduation credits to youth with leadership experience in Aboriginal activities, functions and ceremonies. It is not required that you are of Aboriginal ancestry to take this course. All BC youth are eligible. It is offered as an off-timetable course which you enroll in by contacting the SCIDES teacher for this course.

Students who wish to gain credit for their cultural activities must keep a log of what they do, the time they spend doing it, and a signature of a recognized supervisor (who cannot be a parent, and is pre-approved by their SCIDES teacher ).  Once approximately 100 hours of service are logged, the course will be entered in your schedule and a grade assigned (and 4 credits will be attained).

Students may earn up to 12 credits for Aboriginal Leadership by amassing up to 300 hours of recognized service and activity.

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Accelerated Credit Enrolment in Industry Training (ACE IT) 12A and 12B

ACE IT is an industry training program for high school students. Through an ACE IT program, students can take courses that will give both high school graduation credits and a head start towards completion of an apprenticeship program.

ACE IT programs are developed and offered as partnerships between school districts and post-secondary institutions, and some classes such as welding are taught at UBCO, NVIT or TRU. Local employers frequently get involved in the development of ACE IT programs resulting in a high rate of success in finding employment upon program completion.

When a student successfully completes an ACE IT program he or she will receive credit for level one of the technical training (in-class) component of their industry training program. Through work experience placements included in the program students will also receive credit towards the on the job component of their training.

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Art 12

The Visual Arts course is divided into units that covers skills in Drawing, Painting, Print Media, Sculpture and responding to Art. There is also a Final assignment and an on-going Visual Journal to complete.

You will be introduced to a variety of artists in each unit and it is important to go over the material and view the weblinks associated with these artists because their art work is related to the skills you will be learning.

This course is worth 4 Credits towards Fine Arts in the BC Graduation Program. 

Prerequisites: Art 11 or permission from the instructor

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BC First Nations Studies 12

4 credits

The B.C. First Nations Studies 12 course is a study of the traditions and history of B.C.'s First Nations peoples for all students, regardless of their cultural background. This course focuses on the richness and diversity of First Nations cultures; studies the organized and self-sufficient societies of B.C. First Nations; introduces students to the historical experience of BC’s First Nations, explores First Nations art as a cultural expression; develops an awareness of human rights and freedoms through Canadian law as they pertain to First Nations, and develops an understanding of and appreciation for First Nations values and beliefs. Specific course topics include:

  • Relationships to the Land
  • The Historical Journey
  • The Legacy of Colonialism
  • Cultural Expression

Prerequisites: Social Studies 10, BCFNS 12 is taken in-lieu of Social Studies 11 

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Biology 12

4 credits

Biology is the science that deals with the environment and everything within it, including how everything works and interacts with each other. This course in particular deals with some of the biochemical reactions that occur in the human body, as well as taking a look at the cell and the systems of the human body. Biology 12 is an intense but fascinating course that will leave students with a better understanding of how their body works through the use of projects and virtual labs.

Major topics include:

  • Biochemistry
  • Cell Biology
  • Human Biology – study of body systems: digestive, circulatory, respiratory, nervous, urinary, reproductive

3 Modules

3 Supervised Exams

At Home and Virtual Labs

Prerequisites: Biology 11 or Chemistry 11 preferred or permission from the instructor

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Calculus 12

4 credits

This course intends to meet several objectives. To provide students with:

  • skills in calculus while they are still in high school
  • a better preparation for calculus in college and university.

Content will include units on differentiation and integration and applications of each. Students who plan on registering in a university or college math course are strongly recommended to take this course.

Prerequisites: Pre-calculus 11 with minimum 80% and be enrolled in Pre-calculus 12; or successfully completed Pre-calculus 12

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Chemistry 12

4 credits

This course provides a more in-depth examination of several important branches of Chemistry. A scientific calculator with exponential and logarithmic functions is required. The major topics include:

  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Chemical Equilibrium
  • Solubility
  • Acids, Bases and Salts
  • Oxidation-Reduction

Prerequisites: Chemistry 11, Pre-calculus 12 or permission of the instructor. Note that CH12 is highly mathematical.

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Classroom Assistant 12 (BAA)

Board Aproved Course (BAA)

4 credits

The typical tasks performed by classroom assistants include:  Preparing the physical environment of the classroom for lessons; ensuring that teaching materials are ready for use and helping teachers to plan lessons.

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Communications 12

4 credits

Designed to meet the needs of students who do not plan to go directly to university, as well as students who have had a history of difficulty in English courses. Follows a sequence of development from basic to advanced skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Literature, which forms approximately one-third of the course, will be interwoven into the curriculum.

Course overview:

No supervised tests

Provincial Exam

Modules:

1. Navigating Information Overload

2. The New ABC’s

3. Communication 1, 2, 3

4. Composition Writing

5. Packaging Yourself

6. Communicating at Work

7. Spinning Tales


Prerequisite: Communications 11

NOTE: Communications 12 is a provincially-examinable course.

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Cosmetology 12: Cutting Edge Styles (BAA)

Board Approved course (BAA)

Students will explore career options in the field of cosmetology. Research into some of the common techniques used in caring for hair, nails, and skin in salons, spas, and other cosmetology-related businesses will also be presented.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards General Grade 12 Electives in the BC Graduation Program.

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Criminology 12: Inside the Criminal Mind BAA

Board Approved course (BAA)

In today’s society, crime and deviant behavior are often one of the top concerns of society members. From the nightly news to personal experiences with victimization, crime seems to be all around us. In this course, we will explore the field of criminology or the study of crime. In doing so, we will look at possible explanations for crime from psychological, biological, and sociological standpoints, explore the various types of crime and their consequences for society, and investigate how crime and criminals are handled by the criminal justice system. Why do some individuals commit crimes but others don’t? What aspects in our culture and society promote crime and deviance? Why do individuals receive different punishments for the same crime? What factors shape the criminal case process, from arrest to punishments?

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards General Grade 12 Electives in the BC Graduation Program.

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Early Childhood Education 12 (BAA)

Board Approved course (BAA)

Want to have an impact on the most important years of human development? Students will learn how to create fun and educational environments for children, how to keep the environment safe for children, and how to encourage the health and well-being of infants, toddlers, and school-aged children.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards General Electives in the BC Graduation Program.

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English 12

4 credits

Re-emphasizes the more mature development of reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. There is also a more sophisticated approach to the study of literature.

  • Literature: Novels, plays, essays, poems, and short stories are studied for literature appreciation, criticism, and enjoyment.
  • Composition: The emphasis is on the writing process. Students are also challenged to progress toward more sophisticated writing styles.  

Course overview:

4 modules

No supervised tests

Provincial Exam

Modules:

1. Connecting the Dots

2. Choice:

novel The Kite Runner

novel Keeper n’ Me

3. Poetry

4. Choice:

play Hamlet

play Death of a Salesman

Prerequisite: English 11

NOTE: English 12 is a provincially-examinable course.

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Family Studies 12

4 credits

The aim of the Family Studies 12 curriculum is to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will assist them in making informed decisions related to parenting, adolescence, adulthood, family and interpersonal relationships, and housing and living environments.

Prerequisites: None 

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Foods & Nutrition 12

4 credits

The aim of the Foods and Nutrition 11 and 12 curriculum is to provide opportunities for students to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that have immediate and future applications in their personal and family lives, as well as in local and global environments, including understanding the principles of healthy eating to plan and create nutritious foods for individuals, groups, and family members; increasing knowledge of the nutritional, social, and economic factors that affect food selection and preparation; practicing and thinking critically about principles and techniques related to acquisition, production, and consumption of foods.

There are two versions of this course available: fully online paper-supported (must be approved by instructor)

Grade 12 General Electives in the BC Graduation Program

Prerequisites: None

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Forensics 12 BAA

Forensic Science I2: More Secrets of the Dead (BAA)

Board Approved course (BAA)

Although the crime scene represents the first step in solving crimes through forensic science, the crime laboratory plays a critical role in the analysis of evidence. This course focuses on the analysis of evidence and testing that takes place within this setting. We will examine some of the basic scientific principles and knowledge that guides forensic laboratory processes, such as those testing DNA, toxicology, and material analysis. Techniques such as microscopy, chromatography, odontology, entomology, mineralogy, and spectroscopy will be examined.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards General Electives in the BC Graduation Program. 

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French 12

4 credits

French 12 is an advanced level, interactive, online French as a second language course focusing on communication skills of listening, speaking, reading, writing, viewing and presenting.

In this course, you will build upon the skills, knowledge and understanding you already have to become even more confident and fluent in French. It is expected that in tackling French 12, you are comfortable reading, writing and speaking in French in a variety of contexts and circumstances. All of the instruction for this course will be delivered in French, just as it would be if you were in a regular Grade 12 French classroom setting.
As much as possible, we will be using authentic French language resources as content in place of a text or workbook.

Prerequisites: French 11 or permission from the teacher

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Geography 12

4 credits

Geography 12 focuses on the impact of geography on social systems. This include the interrelationship of people, places, and resources: human and physical systems; resource management and resource sustainability. Student will look at local, regional, and global perspectives of environmental issues. The course is organized around themes location, place, human and physical interactions, movement, and regions and how the systems of Earth such as weather, climate, and tectonic processes effect the world we live in.

Prerequisites: Social Studies 11

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Graduation Transitions  12

All B.C. secondary school students who are enrolled in Grade 12 must complete Graduation Transitions.

Graduation Transitions is intended to prepare students for a successful transition to life after secondary school. In order to meet this goal, Graduation Transitions encourages students to:

    • take ownership of their own health and learning
    • examine and demonstrate connections between their learning and their future
    • create a plan for their growth and development as skilled, healthy, knowledgeable, participating citizens
    • exhibit attributes of a model B.C. graduate


For more information on this Ministry requirement, please see http://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/graduation/grad_certificate.htm.

Graduation Transitions (GT) is a 4-credit requirement

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History 12

4 credits

Provides a forum in which students, using diverse methods of historical study, will have the opportunity to form, test, and evaluate hypotheses concerning the forces, events, personalities, and institutions that have shaped the modern world. In addition, students will have the opportunity to apply critical-thinking and problem-solving skills to a study of the 20th century. Because of its immediate relevance, a study of the 20th century provides a suitable framework from which students may gain a better knowledge and understanding of the past. This study will also equip students with the skills needed to gain a better understanding of the role and responsibilities of the individual in a democratic society and, more specifically, the role of the individual in the nuclear age. The History 12 curriculum is organized into six major topics:

  1. The Study of History
  2. The World to 1919
  3. The United States and Soviet Union as Emerging World Powers
  4. The Interwar Period
  5. The World War II Period
  6. The Post-World War 11 Period

The ability to write well is an essential skill needed for this course. Only students who excel at essay writing should consider History 12.

Prerequisites: SS11

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Independent Directed Studies 12

Independent Directed Studies allow a student, under the supervision of a teacher (counsellor), to initiate, develop and complete their own area of learning based on the Prescribed Learning Outcomes (PLO's) of a Ministry-Developed or Board/Authority Authorized Grade 10, 11 or 12 elective course.

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International languages 12 (explore these 16 different and wonderful languages) all BAA

4 credits

You'd like to speak another language. You can, with a Rosetta Stone VERSION 3 program that's so learner-friendly, we are positive you will see results. You'll immerse yourself in your new language from the moment you start up, so learning happens quickly. You'll enjoy a guiding hand that gives you feedback when you need it, the freedom to learn whenever and whenever, and connections to learners and teachers who will help put your new language into practice naturally.

These fundamental language course takes students from beginner basics to Grade 12 competence. 

NOTE:  This course is Board/Authority Authorized (BAA).   It can be used for FOUR Grade 12 credits towards graduation but is usually NOT accepted by universities as a Grade 12 language course.  Check with University Admissions.

Choose from one (or more) of these 16 courses:

BAA Arabic 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Dutch 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Filipino 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Greek 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Hindi 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Irish 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Italian 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Japanese 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Korean 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Latin 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Polish 12 (Fundamental) -Beginner's Course

BAA Portuguese 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Russian 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Swedish 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Turkish 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

BAA Vietnamese 12 (Fundamental) - Beginner's Course

No Prerequisites, only the love of languages!

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Literature 12

4 credits

This is a senior elective course, which surveys the literature of the English language, from the Anglo-Saxon period to the Twentieth Century. This historical survey is especially important for students who intend to study English literature in post-secondary institutions.

Prerequisite: strong English skills

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Math 12, Apprenticeship and Workplace (A&W)

Mathematics 12 Apprenticeship and Workplace

This course is a continuation of Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 11 and is designed to provide students with the mathematical knowledge identified for entry into the majority of trades and for direct entry into the workforce.

Topics include limitations with measuring instruments, trigonometry, transformations of 2D and 3D objects, logic reasoning, budget of up keeping a vehicle, linear relationships, and statistical analysis. The concepts will be reinforced through problems that reflect how math is used in our daily lives.

Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 12 is a requirement for certain post-secondary programs where as Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 11 may not be sufficient.  Students are parents are encouraged to research the admission requirements for post-secondary programs as they vary by institution and by year.

Prerequisite: Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 11

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Math 12, Foundations of Math (FOM)

4 credits

Foundations of Mathematics 12 is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for post-secondary studies in programs that do not require the study of theoretical calculus. Topics include financial mathematics, logical reasoning, probability, relations and functions. The seven mathematical process (communication, connections, mental mathematics and estimation, problem solving, technology and visualization) are interwoven throughout the mathematical topics.

Prerequisites: FOM 11 or Pre-Calc 11

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Math 12, Pre-Calculus

4 credits

Pre-calculus 12 is designed for students who have a particular interest in mathematics, or who have career aspirations in the fields of engineering, mathematics, the sciences, economics, and some business programs. The main purpose is to develop the skills needed to continue on with the study of calculus. This course relies heavily on topics covered in previous grades. It is strongly suggested that students with less than 60-65% in Pre-calculus Math 11 discuss their course selection carefully with their teacher. Topics include graphing transformations, polynomial, rational and radical functions, logarithms, trigonometry and combinatorics.

Prerequisites: Pre-calculus 11, Graphic calculators also required

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Marketing 12

Marketing 12: International Business: Global Commerce in the 21st Century

From geography to culture Global Business is an exciting topic in the business community today. This course is designed to help students develop the appreciation, knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to live and work in a global marketplace.It takes a global view on business, investigating why and how companies go international and are more interconnected.

The course further provides students a conceptual tool by which to understand how economic, social, cultural, political and legal factors influence both domestic and cross-border business. Business structures, global entrepreneurship, business management, marketing, and the challenges of managing international organizations will all be explored in this course. Students will cultivate a mindfulness of how history, geography, language, cultural studies, research skills, and continuing education are important in both business activities and the 21st century.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards the Applied Skills credits in the BC Graduation Program. 

Prerequisites: Marketing 11

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Law 12

Law 12 is a 4-credit elective course that will help students deal with legal, social and ethical issues and address the role of law in Canadian Society. Students will learn about their legal rights and responsibilities. This course consists of four modules: Foundations of Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law and Family Law.

Prerequisites: SS11

These courses satisfy 4 Credits towards General Electives in the BC Graduation Program.

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Photography 12 (Digital): Discovering Your Creative Potential

This is a practical course. Although some reading and writing is required, this course is mostly about helping you to explore and enjoy your artistic talents and expand how you can express yourself, while improving your photographic skill.

In this course you will explore:

  • understand the basics of photography, including such concepts as the basics of composition, the elements of style, light metering, proper exposure and the use of lenses,
  • consciously use light and the concepts above to create better photographs,
  • understand the key concepts of digital image capture such as pixels, file types (RAW and JPEG), colour temperature, digital ISO, file and image sizing,
  • deal more successfully with difficult lighting conditions, including various colour temperatures and a broader dynamic range,
  • use the knowledge you have gained to optimize your own use of your digital camera,
  • enjoy more insights into the historical and social impacts of photography,
  • find a digital workflow solution that is useful to you, and
  • use image processing software to edit and optimize the impact of your photographs.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards a fine arts/applied skills grade 12 course in the BC Graduation requirements. 

Prerequisite: Digital Photography 11 is suggested; course requires a Digital SLR Camera with a lens

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Physical Education 12

4 credits

Physical Education 11 and 12 builds on the concepts of Active Living, Movement, Personal and Social Responsibility developed in earlier grades. Active Living provides students with opportunities to make appropriate choices and set personal goals that enhance their quality of life. Movement includes physical activities in the areas of; dance and gymnastics, games, as well as individual and team activities. Students may also gain course credit from taking health-related courses or coaching experience. Personal and Social Responsibility provides opportunities for students to acquire leadership skills and an understanding of the qualifications required to pursue careers related to physical activity.

Prerequisites: PE11

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Physics 12

4 credits

Students will apply vector analysis to a variety of problem-solving situations. This course is intended for serious students who are continuing their education at university. Major topics include:

  • Kinematics (motion)
  • Dynamics (forces)
  • Energy & Momentum
  • Equilibrium (static forces)
  • Circular Motion & Gravity
  • Electrostatics
  • Circuits
  • Electromagnetism

Prerequisites: Physics 11, Pre-calculus 11 is also recommended, however not necessarily required. Strong problem solving skills are an asset. 

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Planning 12 BAA

Board Approved course (BAA)

Planning 12 can only be used on the Adult Graduation Program. 

If you have previously completed Planning 10, the Ministry of Education will accept this as equivalent to Planning 12 -- contact an Advisor.

Unit 1- Planning Your Work World

Unit 2- Planning Your Lifestyle

Unit 3-   Relationship Planning

Unit 4- Financial Planning

Unit 5- Transition Planning

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards General Electives in the BC Graduation requirements

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Psychology 12 BAA

Board Approved course (BAA)

Enrich the quality of your life by learning to understand the actions of others! Topics include the study of memory, intelligence, emotion, health, stress and personality. This course offers exciting online psychology experiments about the world around us.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards General Electives in the BC Graduation requirements

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Secondary School Apprentice (SSA) 12

4 credits

Secondary School Apprenticeship is a provincial career program that enables students who already have a job in an apprenticeable trade to move directly into the standard apprenticeship training system while still in high school. Become a registered apprentice, 'earn while you learn' and be eligible for a $1000 SSA Scholarship.

Prerequisites: SSA 11 

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Social Justice 12

Social Justice 12 will change the way you see the world. Students will have the opportunity to study the legal, political, ethical, and economic perspectives that inform Canadian concepts of justice and equality by examining issues like ethnicity, race, gender, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, marital and family status, poverty, and privilege. We will look at social justice matters both locally and globally for the purpose of developing global citizenship practices that promote social justice, such as recognizing injustice, fair-mindedness, embracing diversity, empathy, and taking action.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards General Electives in the BC Graduation requirements

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Sustainable Resources 12: Agriculture

This course has four curriculum organizers examining agricultural elements; components of sustainable agricultural systems; agricultural commodities; agricultural supports and challenges. Content related to jobs and careers is integrated throughout this course in order to promote awareness of opportunities for students.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards Science 11 or 12 in the BC Graduation Requirements.

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Sustainable Resources 12: Mining

Sustainable Resources 12: Mining is a new interactive, online course from the British Columbia Curriculum. It is designed to enhance our knowledge and expertise in this field.

Module 1: Hydrocarbon and Mineral Resources in British Columbia

Module 2: Geology and Exploration

Module 3: Extraction and Processing

Module 4: Sustainability and Environmental Issues

Module 5: Mining Opportunities and Challenges

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards Science 11 or 12 in the BC Graduation Requirements.

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Textiles 12 (Interior & Fashion Design)

Do you have a flair for fashion? Are you constantly redecorating your room? If so, the design industry might just be for you! In this course, you’ll explore what it is like to work in the industry by exploring career possibilities and the background that you need to pursue them. Get ready to try your hand at designing as you learn the basics of color and design then test your skills through hands-on projects. In addition, you’ll develop the essential communication skills that build success in any business. By the end of the course, you’ll be well on your way to developing the portfolio you need to get your stylishly clad foot in the door of this exciting field.

Delivery: Online

Credits: 4

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards a Applied skills grade 12 course in the BC Graduation requirements. 

Prerequisite: None

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Tourism 12: ( Hospitality & Tourism) Traveling the Globe

With greater disposable income and more opportunities for business travel, people are traversing the globe in growing numbers. As a result, hospitality and tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. This course will introduce students to the hospitality and tourism industry, including hotel and restaurant management, cruise ships, spas, resorts, theme parks, and other areas. Student will learn about key hospitality issues, the development and management of tourist locations, event planning, marketing, and environmental issues related to leisure and travel. The course also examines some current and future trends in the field.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards  applied skills electives for the BC Graduation Program. 

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WEx A and B

4 credits

Designed for Grade 11 and 12 students who wish to combine school with career exploration through practical, hands-on work experience. The school's Career Facilitator will arrange volunteer work experience placements for you that fit your strengths and interests.

Prerequisites: None

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World Religions 12: Exploring Diversity BAA

Board Approved course (BAA)

Throughout the ages, religions from around the world have shaped the political, social, and cultural aspects of societies. This course focuses on the major religions that have played a role in human history, including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Shintoism, and Taosim. Students will trace the major developments in these religions and explore their relationships with social institutions and culture. The course will also discuss some of the similarities and differences among the major religions and examine the connections and influences they have.

This course satisfies 4 Credits towards General Electives in the BC Graduation Program.

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Writing 12

4 credits

Covers many aspects of creative writing.  Students will learn techniques used by professional writers, including writing poetry using metre, developing character in prose fiction, and creating smooth transitions in drama and film.

Prerequisite: strong English skills

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