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Choose how your child will learn in Quarter 2

Families can now choose how their child learns, in person or online, in Quarter 2.  Read more about how to make your choice by the October 19 deadline.


Social Course Pathways

Social Studies 10-1, 20-1, 30-1

  • Course pathway (5 credits each)
  • Teacher recommendation

This pathway is for students with an interest in social studies or those who wish to take the 30-level course to meet university entrance requirements. Students will use multiple perspectives to explore topics. Careers in anthropology, sociology, sustainable development, environmental sciences, geographic information systems, linguistics and human rights law relate well to this pathway.

Social Studies 10-2, 20-2, 30-2

  • Course pathway (5 credits each)
  • Teacher recommendation

This course pathway will help you to develop an understanding of the world. If you’re considering a career in social services, or aspire to become a healthcare worker, newscaster or would like to work for municipal or provincial government, then Social Studies 10-2 is the course for you! People who work in social science and social service careers have flexibility in their thinking, an interest in problem solving and a willingness to ask questions and listen.


Support classes are taught in a structured environment by teachers who show students how to practice strategies to improve their learning in core courses. S Classes offered include Social Studies 10-2S, 20-2S, and 30-2S. 


  • Course pathway (5 credits each)
  • Teacher recommendation

This course pathway develops the key values, attitudes, knowledge, understandings, skills and processes necessary for students to become active and responsible citizens, engaged in the democratic process and aware of their capacity to effect change in their communities, society and world.  This pathway is for students who plan on transitioning from school to the workplace and community.



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