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Authorized and Registered Online K12 School by the Ministry of Education, Ontario, Canada – BSID No: 665414

Grade 11

Grade 11 is the third year of High School which is a part of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) certificate. To successfully complete Grade 11, students should achieve 7 Credit Points (3 Compulsory Credits + 4 Elective Credits) as part of the OSSD requirements. Further, students should take 3 Credit points [Computer literacy (1 cr) + Cognitive Skills Development (1 cr) + Sustainability (1 cr)] and Religious studies (non-credit) as part of the NIST Hybrid Curriculum (NHC). Therefore, full-time students should register 10 Credits [First semester (5 cr) + Second semester (5 cr)] and religion course. Part-time students are allowed to register a minimum of two Credits per semester.

Courses and Program Mapping

Compulsory OSSD Courses (3 Credits)

1. English (1 cr )

  • a) ENG3U: English, University Preparation
  • b) ENG3C: English, College Preparation
  • c) ENG3E: English, Workplace Preparation

2. Group (1 cr ) Read More

3. Mathematics (1 cr )

  • a) MCR3U: Functions – University

4. 40-hour community engagement program [student can start this community program at any time in any academic year (G9-12)]

Description of Compulsory OSSD Courses

Compulsory OSSD Elective Courses (4 Credits)

1. Business Studies (1 cr )

  • a) BAF3M: Financial Accounting Fundamentals, University/ College
    Preparation
  • b) BAI3E: Accounting Essentials, Workplace Preparation
  • c) BDI3C: Entrepreneurship: The Venture, College Preparation
  • d) BDP3O: Entrepreneurship: The Enterprising Person, Open
  • e) BTA3O: Information and Communication Technology: The Digital Environment, Open
  • f) BMI3C: Marketing: Goods, Services, Events, College Preparation
  • g) BMI3C: Marketing: Goods, Services, Events, College Preparation

2. Classical Studies and International Languages (1 cr )

  • a) LVGDU/LVLDU: Classical Languages (Ancient Greek/Latin), Level 3, University Preparation
  • b) LBADU/LDYDU: International Languages, Level 3, University Preparation

3. English (1 cr )

  • a) ETC3M: Canadian Literature, University/College Preparation
  • b) EMS3O: Media Studies, Open
  • c) EPS3O: Presentation and Speaking Skills, Open

4. English as a Second Language and English Literacy Development (1 cr )

  • a) ESLDO: English as a Second Language, ESL Level 4, Open
  • b) ELDDO: Literacy Development, ELD Level 4, Open

5. French (1 cr )

  • a) FSF3U: Core French, University Preparation
  • b) FSF3O: Core French, Open

6. Health and Physical Education(1 cr )

  • a) PPL3O: Healthy Active Living Education, Open

7. Mathematics (1 cr )

  • a) MCF3M: Functions and Applications – University/ College
  • b) MBF3C: Foundations for College Mathematics –College
  • c) MEL3E: Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life – Workplace

8. Science (1 cr )

  • a) SBI3U: Biology, University Preparation
  • b) SBI3C: Biology, College Preparation
  • c) SCH3U: Chemistry, University Preparation 
  • d) SVN3M: Environmental Science, University/College Preparation
  • e) SVN3E: Environmental Science, Workplace Preparation
  • f) SPH3U: Physics, University Preparation

9. Social Sciences and Humanities (1 cr )

  • a) HSG3M: Gender Studies, University/College Preparation
  • b) HSE3E: Equity, Diversity, and Social Justice, Workplace Preparation
  • c) HNC3C: Understanding Fashion, College Preparation
  • d) HLS3O: Housing and Home Design, Open
  • e) HFC3M: Food and Culture, University/College Preparation
  • g) HFC3E: Food and Culture, Workplace preparation
  • h) HHD3O: Dynamics of Human Relationships, Open
  • i) HPW3C: Working with Infants and Young Children, College Preparation
  • j) HPC3O: Raising Healthy Children, Open
  • k) HSP3U: Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology, University

    Preparation

  • l) HSP3C: Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology, College Preparation

  • m) HZB3M: Philosophy – The Big Questions, University/College

  • n) HRT3M: World Religions and Belief Traditions – Perspectives, Issues, and Challenges,
    University/College Preparation

  • o) HRF3O: World Religions and Belief Traditions in Daily Life, Open

10. Technological Education (1 cr )

Students are required to take any 4 cr courses from the above choices in addition to Compulsory Courses to fulfill OSSD requirements in Grade-11.

Description of Elective OSSD Courses

  1. CSD11: Cognitive Skill Development (1 cr) 
  2. REL11: Religious Studies (non-credit)
  3. SUS11: Sustainable Ecological Systems(1 cr)

Students are required to take three Credit Points (Cognitive Skills Development and two Sustainability courses)  as part of the NHC curriculum. In addition, Religious Studies course is highly recommended to take as part of the NIST social responsibility. This course will be chosen by the students/parent’s preferences and choices.

Description of NIST Hybrid Curriculum (NHC) Courses

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