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Carson Graham Grade 11/12 Programming

Carson Graham Grade 11/12 Programming

In order to earn a BC Dogwood Diploma ¡Students need 80 credits ¡You began

In order to earn a BC Dogwood Diploma ¡Students need 80 credits ¡You began earning credits in Grade 10

Graduation Program: 80 Credits Over 3 Years 52 required course credits (13 courses) n

Graduation Program: 80 Credits Over 3 Years 52 required course credits (13 courses) n 28 OR MORE elective credits (7 courses) n

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 A Social Studies 11 or 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 Career Life Education (Formerly Planning 10) Career Connections (Formerly Grad Transitions) 28 CREDITS OF 10/11/12 ELECTIVE COURSES (16 must be 12 level) 4

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 A Social Studies 11 or 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 Career Life Education (Formerly Planning 10) Career Connections (Formerly Grad Transitions) 28 CREDITS* OF 10/11/12 ELECTIVE COURSES *16 must be grade 12 level 5

Literacy Assessment/ English Provincial ¡The first administration of the new literacy assessment will be

Literacy Assessment/ English Provincial ¡The first administration of the new literacy assessment will be in January 2020. ¡The English 12 Provincial will be phased out as the Literacy Assessment is introduced. ¡Students graduating in the 2018/19 school year (current grade 11 s) will take a Language Arts 12 course and the traditional exam to satisfy graduation requirements for the 2018 Graduation Program.

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 A Social Studies 11 or 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 Career Life Education (Formerly Planning 10) Career Connections (Formerly Grad Transitions) 28 CREDITS* OF 10/11/12 ELECTIVE COURSES *16 must be grade 12 level 7

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 A Social Studies 11 or 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 Career Life Education (Formerly Planning 10) Career Connections (Formerly Grad Transitions) 28 CREDITS* OF 10/11/12 ELECTIVE COURSES *16 must be grade 12 level 8

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 A Social Studies 11 or 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 Career Life Education (Formerly Planning 10) Career Connections (Formerly Grad Transitions) 28 CREDITS* OF 10/11/12 ELECTIVE COURSES *16 must be grade 12 level 9

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11

DOGWOOD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 52 CREDITS OF REQUIRED COURSES COMPOSED OF English 10 English 11 or Communications 11 English 12 or Communications 12 Social Studies 10 A Social Studies 11 or 12 Science 10 A Science 11 or 12 A Mathematics 10 A Mathematics 11 or 12 Physical Education 10 A Fine Art or Applied Skill 10, 11 or 12 Career Life Education (Formerly Planning 10) Career Connections (Formerly Grad Transitions) 28 CREDITS* OF 10/11/12 ELECTIVE COURSES *16 must be grade 12 level 10

So, what should you take? Think about and consider: ¡Career goals ¡Specific program pre-requisites

So, what should you take? Think about and consider: ¡Career goals ¡Specific program pre-requisites ¡Level of math needed ¡Language 11 requirement for some post-secs ¡Distributed Learning (online) ¡Summer School (registration May 1) ¡Work Experience

Requirements for Post-Secondary ¡ Since the requirements are always changing, you must research the

Requirements for Post-Secondary ¡ Since the requirements are always changing, you must research the specific post-secondary institution websites. Remember: ¡ The minimum requirements to graduate from high school may not get you into university. ¡ Each Post Secondary program has its own requirements.

New Changes to Admissions ¡Keep up to date with Post-Sec websites ¡SFU – changes

New Changes to Admissions ¡Keep up to date with Post-Sec websites ¡SFU – changes effective Fall 2019 ¡UBC will be changing also, but have given us vague specifics ¡More holistic ¡Looking at grade 11 and 12 courses ¡Valuing a fuller, more well-rounded course load (avoid taking the "bare minimum")

SFU FALL 2019 incoming class (current grade 11 students) Grade 11 requirements - no

SFU FALL 2019 incoming class (current grade 11 students) Grade 11 requirements - no changes: ¡ English 11 ¡ Language 11 ¡ Science 11 ¡ Math 11 (minimum 60%) Grade 12 requirements: ¡ minimum of 5 approved grade 12 courses, including English 12 ¡ minimum final blended grade of 70% in English 12 ¡ two lists of approved grade 12 courses for each program/faculty: ¡ List A: includes grade 12 courses required or recommended for the program ¡ List B: includes additional approved grade 12 courses ¡ admission evaluation is based on all approved grade 12 courses, with greater emphasis on List A courses, and allowances made for students who have completed 6 or more grade 12 courses

FALL 2020 Incoming cohort (current grade 10 students) Grade 11 requirements: one additional grade

FALL 2020 Incoming cohort (current grade 10 students) Grade 11 requirements: one additional grade 11 course required ¡ English 11 ¡ Language 11 ¡ Science 11 ¡ Math 11 (minimum 60%) ¡ Social Studies 11 or 12 Grade 12 requirements: inclusion of grade 11 courses in the evaluation ¡ minimum of 5 required grade 12 courses* including English ¡ minimum final grade of 70% in English 12 ¡ literacy assessment must be written at the time of admission - further details to come ¡ two lists of approved grade 11 and grade 12 courses for each program/faculty (**SEE WEBSITE**): ¡ List A: includes grade 11 and grade 12 courses required or recommended for the program ¡ List B: includes additional approved grade 11 and grade 12 courses ¡ admission evaluation is based on all approved grade 11 and grade 12 courses, with greater emphasis on List A courses, and allowances made for students who have completed 6 or more grade 12 courses *Course lists will be adjusted with new courses as the new curriculum is finalized; information to be released by January 2019.

Additional Courses Outside the Timetable ¡Global Initiatives ¡Choir and Vocal Jazz ¡Concert /Jazz Band

Additional Courses Outside the Timetable ¡Global Initiatives ¡Choir and Vocal Jazz ¡Concert /Jazz Band ¡Improv ¡Conditioning X Block (AM) ¡Chem 11 X Block (AM) ¡Bio 11 X Block (PM) ¡Work Experience These courses may be taken in addition to the 8 entries on your course selection sheet or to replace classes within the timetable

Distributed Learning: What is it? ¡Alternate way to complete core academic courses and electives

Distributed Learning: What is it? ¡Alternate way to complete core academic courses and electives at the Grade 10, 11, and 12 levels. ¡Follows BC Ministry of Education Curriculum. All courses lead to graduation. ¡Learning with a technology focus: using online tools.

Benefits of Online Learning ¡Flexible: self-paced, anytime, anywhere learning. ¡Frees up student timetable to

Benefits of Online Learning ¡Flexible: self-paced, anytime, anywhere learning. ¡Frees up student timetable to enroll in additional classes. ¡Supports athlete training schedules & part-time work schedules. ¡Uses 21 st century learning skills (technology). ¡Preparation for online course delivery options in postsecondary and trades programs.

 • Please submit your sheets as early as possible • Deadline to submit

• Please submit your sheets as early as possible • Deadline to submit Programming Sheets to Counselling: February 16 th 2018

Questions? Refer to the programming guide on the school website www. carsongraham. ca Students

Questions? Refer to the programming guide on the school website www. carsongraham. ca Students Course Programming ¡ Talk to the teachers for information or recommendations ¡ Check post-sec websites ¡ See your Counsellor ¡ Talk to your Parents!

The Grad Planner § Keep up to date with current information from the Ministry

The Grad Planner § Keep up to date with current information from the Ministry of Education § Review of all programming information in The Grad Planner 2017/2018

The BC Dogwood Planner § This document is to be read alongside the Grad

The BC Dogwood Planner § This document is to be read alongside the Grad Planner and answers the common questions students have in their graduating year. § The BC Dogwood Planner contains information on provincial examinations, receiving and sending transcripts, applying to post-secondary institutions and much more. http: //www 2. gov. bc. ca/assets/gov/education/kindergarten-to-grade-12/support/graduation/bc_dogwood_planner_eng. pdf

Current Counselling Contacts Grade 8 (A-L) - Ms. Gayle Weyell gweyell@sd 44. ca Grade

Current Counselling Contacts Grade 8 (A-L) - Ms. Gayle Weyell [email protected] 44. ca Grade 8 (M-Z)- Ms. Kat Robb [email protected] 44. ca Grade 9 (A-L) - Ms. Gayle Weyell [email protected] 44. ca Grade 9 (M-Z)- Ms. Kat Robb [email protected] 44. ca Grade 10 - Ms. Julia Cross [email protected] 44. ca Grade 11 - Mr. Rob Watson [email protected] 44. ca Grade 12 (A-L) - Mr. Rob Watson [email protected] 44. ca Grade 12 (M-Z) - Ms. Lindsey Mc. Dowell [email protected] 44. ca International/ESL - Ms. Lindsey Mc. Dowell [email protected] 44. ca

 Questions? Ms. Cross jcross@sd 44. ca Ms. Mc. Dowell lmcdowell@sd 44. ca Mr.

Questions? Ms. Cross [email protected] 44. ca Ms. Mc. Dowell [email protected] 44. ca Mr. Watson [email protected] 44. ca