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H IGH S CHOOL C OURSE S ELECTION G UIDE 2016 - 2017 REVISED: April 27, 2016
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1 Introduction Anglophone East School District (ASD-E) serves approximately 15600 students in 37 schools. We are proud of the strong academic and extra-curricular programs offered at all of our eight high schools. Students in Anglophone East School District have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of courses and programs of study that provide the necessary competencies for success in post secondary education and in the work world of the 21 st Century. This guidebook is intended to assist parents and students make an informed decision with regard to high school course selection. It includes graduation requirements, second language proficiency levels, post- secondary university and college program options and admission requirements, course listings and descriptions, as well as a variety of options for students. Parents and students are encouraged to cont act the schools’ guidance counselors to address any concerns or questions with regard to the course selection process, graduation, and career planning.
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2 New Brunswick High School Graduation Requirements 2016 2017 Minimum 17 credits which include the following 7 compulsory courses: English grade 11 (2 credits) English grade 12 (1 credit) Financial and Workplace Mathematics 11 or Foundations of Mathematics 11 (1 credit) Modern History grade 11 (1 credit) Science (1 credit) from Biology Chemistry Introduction to Environmental Science 120 Physics Physical Geography 110 Robotics and Automated Technology 120 Introduction to Electronics 110 Micro Electronics 120 Auto Electrical Systems 120, Fine Arts/Life Role Development (1 credit) from Visual Arts 110/120 Individual and Family Dynamics 120 Music 112/112/122/120 Cooperative Education 120 Theatre Arts 120 Career Explorations 110 Reading Tutor 120 Physical Education Leadership 120 Fine Arts 110 Entrepreneurship 110 Graphic Art & Design 110 Wellness through Physical Education 110 Outdoor Pursuits 110 Students must have an English 12 and a minimum of four other credits at the grade 12 level. Students must meet the requirements of the prescribed common curriculum of the 9/10 program as outlined in the Grades 9/10 Companion Document (completing Information Technology outcomes satisfies the Computer Literacy requirement). Success on the English Language Proficiency Assessment (ELPA) is required. Students must acquire a literacy credential by achieving acceptable or better on the reading and writing components of the ELPA in grade 9. Students who are unsuccessful have the opportunity to rewrite in their grade 11 and 12 year. Candidates are provided further support in grade 10. Students must successfully complete either the Post Intensive French (PIF) or French Immersion Language Arts (FILA) course at the grade 10 level.
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