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  1. Welcome to Bienvenue à Moscrop

  2. Administration • Ms. Victoria Lee, Principal • Ms. Denise Davis, Vice Principal • Mr. Garth Errico, Vice Principal

  3. Purpose of the Evening • Programs Offered • Course Selection • Graduation Requirements • Post-Secondary Entrance • Scholarships • Career Programs • Questions

  4. School Programs • Regular Program • French Immersion • Honours Program (Grades 9-12) • Advanced Placement Program (Grade 12) • ESL Program • Adapted Program (Graduation Program) • Modified Program (Non Graduation Program – School Leaving Certificate) • Career Programs • Ace-It Programs

  5. French Immersion • Must take 3 core courses in French in Grade 8, 9 and 10 • Offer 4 courses at Grade 10 level -Langue Seconde(must take) -Sciences Humaines (must take) -Mathematiques or Planification 10 • Students advanced in Mathematiques must take both Mathematiques 10 and Planification 10 • Grade 11 - 2 courses Langue Seconde and Sciences Humaines • Grade 12 – Langue Seconde

  6. Honours Program • Application form required. • Students work at an enriched and accelerated pace. • Improve writing skills and sharpen problem solving techniques. • Students will engage in activities that allow them to gain a deeper level of understanding of the topics.

  7. Advanced Placement • Application form required • Minimum % requirement which is course specific • Percentages vary according to subject area • Emphasize a commitment to academic excellence • Develop the study habits necessary for tackling rigorous course work • Study subjects in greater depth and detail • Demonstrate your readiness for University

  8. ESL Program • All students in the ESL Program are tested to determine their English levels upon entrance to the program and on an annual basis Courses offered: • ESL 1 • ESL 2 • English Language Adapted 8, 9, 10 • Social Studies Language Adapted 8, 9, 10 • English Language Adapted 11 taken together with: • Composition Language Adapted 11:

  9. Learning Support Services Learning Centre courses: • Learning Support 8-12 Modified Programs: • PEP • Access Alternate Programs: • Junior & Senior

  10. Counsellors • A-C –Ms. Heather Watson (Grad Transitions) • D-G- Ms. Val Clark • H-L –Ms. Rachelle Liegmann (Scholarships) • M-S–Ms. Lisa Hartman (Department Head) • T-Z –Ms. Tina Niccoli-Harris • Please call 604 664-8575 if you have questions

  11. Course Selection • Counsellors visit classes starting February 2 • Grade 8 - Math classes • Grade 9 - Science classes • Grade 10-Planning classes • Grade 11-English classes • ESL I - ESL classes • Students take forms home to parents • Students return all forms and attachments to classroom teachers where course selection took place starting in February • ESL I and II students to return forms to their ESL teacher • Course verifications in April

  12. Graduation Program 1. Required 48 credits: • Language Arts 10*, 11, 12* 12 credits • Social Studies/Science Humaines 10 4 credits • Social Studies/Science Humaines 11* 4 credits • Science 10* 4 credits • A Science 11 4 credits • A Mathematics/Mathématiques 10 * 4 credits • A Mathematics 11 4 credits • Physical Education 10 4 credits • FNA or ASK 10, 11 or 12 4 credits • Planning/Planification 10 4 credits 2. Graduation Transitions 4 credits 3. Electives (Grade 10, 11 and 12) 28 credits TOTAL 80 credits *Provincial Exam A minimum of 16 credits must be at the Grade 12 level. This includes 4 credits for a Language Arts 12 course, but does not include the 4 credits for Graduation Transitions.

  13. Minimum Requirements:at least4 grade 12 level courses (including an EN 12or Comm 12) to graduate. Graduation Checklist

  14. Post-Secondary Options: • University • College • Vocational Programs • Apprenticeship Programs • Work • Travel

  15. Post-Secondary Entrance • UBC and SFU • English 12 + 3 provincially examinable courses • Colleges • Minimum is High School graduation • Options: University transfer Vocational Career programs

  16. Scholarships • Categories • Ministry • District • School • Post Secondary Entrance • External Resume Research Scholarship profile forms Preparation

  17. KEY ASPECTS OF THE “Grad Transition Standards” Education and Career Planning -Grad Transition Plan completed in grade 12 Employability Skills -30 hours of work experience completed in grade 11 or 12 Personal Health 150 minutes of Physical Activity per week during grade 10, 11 &12 Student Led Interview -completed in April of their grade 12 year

  18. Career Programs Work Experience Elective Options • Career Preparation 80 hour program aimed at students interested in exploring one or two career areas – completed over grades 11 and 12 2) ACE-IT Programs students earn high school credits by taking focused elective courses all in one area at another Burnaby school while taking required courses at their home school 3) Secondary School Apprenticeship career interest in the trades – student can earn up to 16 credits while being paid for their work

  19. Career Programs - ACE-IT / Industry Certification Programs Burnaby offers programs in: • Automotive Collision Repair Technician • Automotive Refinishing Prep. Technician • Automotive Service Technician • Cabinet Making (Joinery) • Carpentry Residential Construction Framing • Computer Support Technician • Construction Electrician • Cooks Training • Film and Broadcast • Fitness Instructor • Graphic/Media Arts • Hairdressing • Hospitality Management • Landscape Design and Management • Plumbing • Steel Fabrication • Theatre Technician

  20. Questions • Please ask any questions you may have regarding Moscrop and its programs in the break out sessions. • Grade 8 into 9 – Multipurpose Room • Grade 9 into 10- Multipurpose Room • Grade 10 into 11- Library • Grade 11 into 12- Library • Thank you very much for coming this evening. If you have any questions after this evening, please contact the school. (604) 664-8575