Grade 12

  • Pre-Calculus 12
    Pre-Calculus Math 12 is the most academic of the Grade 12 math courses. Click here for a course overview.
  • Calculus 12
    This course teaches the essentials of a branch of Mathematics called Calculus. Students will learn what derivatives are, how to calculate some of them, and some of their applications. Click here for a course outline.
  • Biology 12
    Biology 12 focuses on human biology, allowing students to develop an interest and understanding of science by looking at themselves and seeing how diverse body systems are integrated to preserve and sustain life. Click here for a full course description.
  • Chemistry 12
    Chemistry 12 Online is an exciting and dynamic course designed mainly for students who might study science, engineering, medicine, or technology at the post-secondary level. Click here for the course outline.
  • Physics 12
    The course is divided into 8 units. The course starts from where Physics 11 left off with the study of motion. You will move on from there to explore dynamics, circular motion, energy, electricity and magnetism. The course requires a strong foundation in mathematics. The course emphasizes problem-solving and exploration. The course is well-supported with instructional videos, practice questions and solutions.
  • Writing 12
    Writing 12 is a creative writing course, and we will read and write contemporary poetry, short fiction and creative nonfiction. For students with a particular interest in another genre (such as screenwriting or documentary writing), we offer the option of completing an independent study instead of Unit Five.
  • Communications 12
    Communications 12 is an easy to navigate alternative English course, designed for students who are not intending to pursue a university education in Canada or who may not be successful in English 12. The course comprises four units, through which students will improve their reading and writing skills, design and present information, create professional workplace communications, navigate the Internet efficiently and effectively, and become more informed media and technology consumers.
  • Law 12
    In Law 12 you will learn about the role of law and the benefits of the legal system. If you are interested in a Law related career, you will enjoy this introduction to how to make legal decisions, and think critically about legal issues. Our goal is for you to gain the skills to clearly express ideas, argue effectively, logically, and accurately interpret the written word applied to legal, social and ethical issues.
  • Entrepreneurship 12
    Entrepreneurship 12 is designed to take students through the process of creating and implementing their own business venture. While learning the different aspects of business, students will develop their own business plan which they will use to successfully implement their idea into a real venture.
  • History 12
    History 12 provides students with an introduction to 20th century world history with a particular emphasis on world conflicts and their economic and political effects. In addition to learning about historical events, students will be guided through various writing assignments to further develop their skills in analysis and interpretation.
  • Comparative Civilizations 12
    Comparative Civilizations 12 will take you on a journey from East Africa, home of our early ancestors, to ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome and finally the Islamic civilizations. Throughout the course we will examine the fundamental elements of civilization, including art, literature, architecture, and belief systems, as well as scientific development. We will also look at the reasons civilizations develop and the reasons why they eventually decline, as well as the ways in which they influence one another.
  • Psychology of Sport 12
    The Psychology of Sport 12 course offers students the opportunity to examine closely ‘how sport works,’ and to help them become better performers, reach their potential, and find more enjoyment and meaning in sport and life. Students will be introduced to the basic theories and principles that make Sport Psychology such a powerful and interesting subject area, while also developing a strong personal application.
  •  The Family Studies 12
    Part 1: The aim of Interpersonal and Family Relationships is to provide students with a broad overview of how relationships form and change. Students explore a variety of relationships, including work relationships, friendships, and committed relationships, as well as examine how these relationships evolve or end.
    Part 2: The aim of Families in Society is to provide a broad overview of: Families in a Changing World; Living in a Family; Facing Family Challenges; and Career Opportunities. Students examine how changes in society impact the definition of family and the functions of the family, as well as explore family trends in Canada and family customs and traditions in different cultures.