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  1. CANTERBURY HIGH SCHOOLCourse Registration Contract 2010 – 2011DUE DATE FEB 19, 2010 web site is shut down that date!!!!

  2. 15 Compulsory Credits + 3 Compulsory Categories + 12 Elective Credits = 30 Total Credits !

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  5. Course Registration Contract Canterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar English - 4 compulsory credits Check Your Prerequisite • Choices Include • Academic or Applied • College or University • Yearbook / Newspaper, Writer’s Craft, Studies in “Lit”

  6. Course Registration Contract Canterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar Mathematics - 3 compulsory credits Check Your Prerequisite • Choices Include • Academic or Applied • College or University or ‘M’ • Essentials

  7. Course Registration Contract Canterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar • Science - 2 compulsory credits • - possible Category 3 credit Check Your Prerequisites • Choices Include • Academic or Applied Science • College or University Biology, Chemistry • University Physics

  8. Course Registration Contract Canterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar • General Arts Courses • - 1 compulsory credit • - optional credits • - possible Category 2 credit Check Your Prerequisites

  9. Course Registration Contract Canterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar Business Studies - optional credit - possible Category 2 credit Check Your Prerequisites • Business Diploma Recognizes (6 credits) 50% in all Business Courses; Max 2 credits from Coop in Business related practice; 1 credit in Business from grade 9 or 10; 3 Business credits from 11 or 12 • NOTE: New course in Marketing!!! BMI3C

  10. Course Registration Contract Canterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar • Canadian and World Studies / Social Science and Humanities 2 Compulsory Credits in Geography and History; • 0.5 Compulsory Credit in Civics and Careers • possible Group 2 Credit and • Extended French Credits (CGC1DF, CHC2DF, CHW3MF)

  11. Course Registration Contract Canterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar Classical and International Languages - optional credits - possible Category 1 credit Cooperative Education - optional credits - possible Category 1, 2 or 3 credit Check Your Prerequisites

  12. Course Registration ContractCanterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar Check Your Prerequisites French as a Second Language - 1 compulsory credit - optional credits - possible Category 1 credit • Extended French Diploma Recognizes 4 FEF credits + 3 other credits studied in French

  13. Course Registration Contract Canterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar • Health and Physical Education • - 1 compulsory credit • - optional credits • - possible Category 2 credit Outdoor Education - optional credit Technological Education - optional credits - possible Category 3 credit Check Your Prerequisites

  14. Course Registration Contract Canterbury pages 46-49 of Course Calendar Arts Canterbury Credits - 1 compulsory credit - optional credits - possible Category 2 credit • Special Notes (see Arts Coordinator) Audition required for initial entry Successful completion of program recognized by Arts Canterbury Diploma Check your Specialty – Winds, Strings, Vocal, Literary, Dance, Drama, Visual Arts Canterbury minimum of 2 credits per year – some courses outside of regular school day Arts Canterbury teachers will help students select the right course codes for their program next year if you need assistance.

  15. Add the total number of credits you have selected– grades 9 through 11 should total minimum of 8 credits. Grade 12 must have a total of 6 credits, 3 each semester. This does not include courses taken outside of the regular school day. For example, Outdoor Ed or extra Arts Canterbury Courses ie portfolio or company. Check Your Prerequisites

  16. FOR INFORMATION ON THESE PACKAGES VISIT www.passpathways.on.ca OR REFER TO PAGE 12 OF THE COURSE CALENDAR OR SEE YOUR COUNSELOR TO ENROL PROGRAM PATHWAYSWORKPLACE,APPRENTICESHIP,COLLEGEUNIVERSITY

  17. Designed to permit students to take a Specialty Program that may not be available in their home school. Participate for 1 semester then return to Canterbury OCDSB Focus Programs Focus Programs Explore an area of interest, taken in gr. 11 or 12 Offered at a host school for 1 semester, package of 4 credits The Arts – (4 credits in 1 semester) Dance –Gloucester and Woodroffe HS Musical Theatre – Sir Robert Borden HS World Music – Brookfield HS Communication and Design—Merviale HS Trades and Technology – (4 credits in 1 semester) Cabinet Making - Glebe HS Landscape and Design – Bell HS

  18. Specialist High Skills Major Programs (SHSM) • Certification and in-depth training in a chosen employment sector taken in grade 11 and grade 12. • Advanced Culinary Education—Sir Guy Carleton SS • Broadcast and Digital Media—Sir Wilfred Laurier SS • Communication and Design—Merivale HS • Fabrication—South Carleton HS • Green Learning—Nepean HS • Housebuilding—various locations • Tool and Die—Hillcrest HS • See your counselor for details or visit Board website • Page 18-20 of the course calendar for more info

  19. eLearning Courses Are only available if the course is NOT offered at our school OR If a required course cannot be timetabled. All courses are subject to the Principal’s approval. Please see your counselor for more information or page 21 of the course calendar for a complete listing of eLearning courses offered.

  20. Course selection requires time!! The school timetable is built based on student selections—the ones that you are making now. There is not a section of every course every period!!! All timetable changes and in particular level changes are often NOT possible once the timetable has been set. CHOOSE WISELY

  21. Each Subject Area in the Course Book contains flow charts like this one.

  22. Each course offered at Canterbury is identified and described in the Course Book – for example, our new Media Arts course.

  23. Access the website from the Canterbury HighSchool Website which will have the instructions, applications for eLearning, SHSM’s and focus programs WEB BASED COURSE SELECTION

  24. Click on the “New Users Sign-In” link to create a new account. In the “Student Information” area, enter your own information. (If you do not know what your “Student No:”, or your “OEN” is, please see your report card How do i create my login account?

  25. In the “Choosing Your User Name and Password” area, create your own “User Name”, and “Password”. Please note that once your “User Name” is created, you cannot modify it. “User Name” must be from 6 to 20 characters long “Password” must be from 6 to 16 case sensitive characters, including upper case and lower case letters, numbers, and an underscore (“_”). In the “Recalling Your Password” area, enter a security question with an answer that is easy for you to remember.. Enter your email address. This field is important, since the course requests you enter on-line, is confirmed via this email address. Once all the required information is entered, click on the “Submit” button to have your account created. Choosing your Password

  26. With your web account created, login to the application by entering your “User Name” and “Password”, and click on the “Submit” button. If the login is successful, the application will bring you to the “Course Request” tab. How do I enter course requests on-line?

  27. In the “Selected School” field, make sure it displays the school name to which you want to enter course request. From the “Make your selection” area, select your course request preference. By Reference – A list of all courses in alphabetical order By Requirement Areas – A list of courses based on the selected requirement area (Math, Science, French etc) By Custom – A list of courses that matches with what you enter in the blank field. For example, if you type “ENG”, the application will display only the courses starting with “ENG”

  28. If you do not have the prerequisite this program will not accept your selection Students in the Arts Canterbury program should enter the course codes provided by your Arts Teacher The deadline is February 19 after which point the website is closed!!!! You will no longer be able to access the website for course selection Entering your courses

  29. Once you hit the submit button you can only make a change through your guidance counselor so review your choices CAREFULLY ANY STUDENT NOT RETURNING TO CANTERBURY NEXT YEAR MUST SEE THEIR GUIDANCE COUNSELOR FINISHED??

  30. CHS Option Sheets: Checklist In order to make sure that your course selections are submitted by the due date, Friday February 19th, please follow these simple steps. Create your user account. Make your course selections. Double-check you have included your required courses. Double-check you have the right number of courses. Click “Submit.” Click “Report.” Print your report (the summary of your course selections). Sign your report and have your parent/guardian sign your report.

  31. Print the media permission form (found on the Canterbury website). Fill it out and have the form signed by your parent/guardian. Bring in all of the completed and signed paperwork to your period 1 teacher before Friday February 19th. Helpful Resources: OCDSB Course Calendar (get a paper copy or go to www.ocdsb.ca) Canterbury HS website (www.canterburyhs.ocdsb.ca)

  32. We are confident students will meet the Feb 19th due date but if not students will have to make appt with their counselor Courses are filled on a first come first serve basis

  33. Pick up a OCDSB Program Guide – or go online to www.ocdsb.ca February 19 Our School Website (www.canterburyhs.ocdsb.ca/)