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About Our School
NUMBER OF COURSES:
All junior students (gr. 8 - 10) are expected to take eight courses during the entire year.  Senior students are expected to take a minimum of seven course for the year.



REPORT CARDS/HONOUR ROLL:

Report cards are issued after each term.  Report Cards can be picked up at the school prior to our Parent/Teacher Interviews.  If they are not picked up they will be mailed home.

The Honour Roll will recognize students who achieve an average mark of 80% or better on provincially authorized or approved courses with no mark lower than 65% or an Incomplete in any course.  Senior students may have no more than one study block in the semester to be considered for the honour roll, and junior students must have a complete schedule.  For the purpose of Honour Roll, a Learning Assistance block is considered a course for junior students.  


PASSPORT TO EDUCATION

The Ministry of Education gives awards to the top students in each of grades 10, 11 and 12.  These are in the form of stamps which are redeemable for tuition credits at post-secondary institutions.  They have no cash value.  The number of stamps we may award is determined by the Ministry from our September enrollment and cannot be exceeded. Awards are given as follows:

Grade 12 (worth$500):  The calculation will be based on the best five provincially authorized and/or Board Authorized (BAA) courses completed during the student’s Grade 12 year.   The calculations will use the final school mark as of June 29th (not the blended mark in the case of Provincially Examinable Courses).

Grade 11 (worth$250):  The calculation will bebased on the best six provincially authorized and/or Board Authorized (BAA) courses completed during the student’s Grade 11 year.   The calculations will use the final school mark as of June 29th (not the blended mark in the case of Provincially Examinable Courses).

Grade 10 (worth$250):  The calculation will bebased on the best seven provincially authorized and/or Board Authorized (BAA)courses completed during the student’s Grade 10 year.   The calculations will use the final school mark as of June 29th (not the blended mark in the case of Provincially Examinable Courses).  In addition eligible students must pass Planning 10.

In the case of a tie at any grade level, work habits and/or school community involvement will beused to determine who should be awarded the stamp in question.  In the case of accelerated programs or where a student’s academic career does not follow a regular program pattern, the school will use it’s own discretion to determine stamp winners.

 









































Last Modified: Aug 30, 2012