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Entering Grade 10 It’s not the same as Grade 9. Grade 9 Homeroom Teacher Presentation. Grade 9 Compulsory Program. Failed courses must be repeated in Summer School (if available) Or in Grade 10. Grade 10 Compulsory Program. English 10 (full year) *Mathematics 10 (2 courses)

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entering grade 10 it s not the same as grade 9

Entering Grade 10It’s not the same as Grade 9

Grade 9 Homeroom Teacher Presentation

grade 9 compulsory program
Grade 9Compulsory Program

Failed courses must be repeated in Summer School

(if available)

Or in Grade 10

grade 10 compulsory program
Grade 10 Compulsory Program
  • English 10 (full year)
  • *Mathematics 10 (2 courses)
  • French 10 or Maliseet 10
  • Science 10
  • Social Studies 10
  • Personal Development & Career Planning 10

And two additional electives

mathematics
*Mathematics

Two Grade 10 Math courses:

  • Geometry, Measurement and Finance 10
    • Required
  • Number, Relations and Functions 10
    • Required
additional two electives
Additional Two Electives
  • Any Two of Five (you choose)
    • Broad Base Technology 10
    • *Introduction to Applied Technology 110-1 credit
    • Music 10
      • Choral, Instrumental, Keyboard or Guitar
    • Visual Arts 10
    • Health & Physical Education 10
broad based technology 10
Broad Based Technology 10

Designed to provide students with the opportunity to explore technology in a multi-activity learning environment using various software:

-i-Movie -Authorware

-Photoshop Elements -Dreamweaver

-Illustrator -Even More Contraptions

-Tabletop -Flash

-AutoCAD LT -Excel

introduction to applied technology 110
Introduction to Applied Technology 110
  • If passed, 1 credit towards graduation will be granted.
  • A hands-on course that develops skills in the areas of basic cabinet making, plumbing, crack filling, electrical and mechanical work and the proper use of hand and power tools. This course will enable students to gain experience and confidence in practical areas they can use for the rest of their lives.
music 10
Music 10
  • Offer students an opportunity to develop technical and performance skills in:
    • Choral (voice)
    • Instrumental(wind or percussion)
    • Keyboard
    • Guitar

Prerequisite for Music 112 (Choral; Guitar; Instrumental; Keyboarding)

visual arts 10
Visual Arts 10
  • Designed to cover a variety of media, both 3-D and 2-D as well as art history and theory experienced through art projects. Students will explore each of the following types of media:
    • Sculpture 3-D (clay, papiermache)
    • Drawing 2-D design (perspective, tone/shading, drawing from observation)
    • Painting 2-D design (water colour, colour theory, landscapes, ½ portraits, still life)

Prerequisite for Graphic Arts 110 and Visual Arts 110

*Arts Enrichment Program-Application Required

health physical education 10
Health & Physical Education 10
  • Designed to introduce teenagers to lifetime fitness activities. Activities are divided into 3-week units, with an emphasis being placed on effort and interest, rather than athletic ability. Depending on the semester, activities may differ.
  • Activities offered include:

-Weight training, anaerobic/aerobic exercise

-Badminton -Basketball -Volleyball

-Soccer -Softball -Orienteering

Prerequisite for Outdoor Pursuits 110 &

Physical Education Leadership 120

* Enrichment Program-Application Required

choosing electives
Choosing Electives

Choose your two electives carefully.

Consider your interests and the courses you may wish to take in Grades 11 & 12.

March 12: Complete Scantron during Homeroom Advisory