Course Planning Checklist 2015-2016
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Where is my course planning information?
 Online < http://nd.deltasd.bc.ca/> Students / Course Planning / Course Selection Booklet
What is my graduation status?
 2004 Graduation Program – Course Selection Booklet – pages 7-8
 What have I passed? What do I need? (fill out back page)
 Ministry of Education Student Secure Website –exam results /transcripts
www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/ P.E.N. needed to set up account
Grad Transitions
 Online < http://nd.deltasd.bc.ca/> Students / Grads/ Grad Transitions
Where can I get other credits?
 External Courses – recognized extra-curricular activities that offer credits towards graduation
<http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/topic.page?id=7F3AA93E5AA7433FBD971B74F3697DB4>
 Language challenge – < http://web.deltasd.bc.ca/> Schools / Secondary / Challenge exam
 Summer School -< http://web.deltasd.bc.ca/content/programs/continuingeducation>
 Delta Access – Online -< http://web.deltasd.bc.ca/content/programs/deltaaccess>
Where can I find information on other careers and post-secondary entrance requirements?
 Career Resource Centre - Ms. Dhanoa –< http://ndcareercentre.weebly.com/>
 Career Cruising - www.careercruising.com user: north password: delta
 Education Planner Website www.educationplanner.ca
How do Post-Secondary Schools get my marks?
 PSI (Post-Secondary Institute Forms)
 Instructions: < https://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/trx_updates/> and in your grad trans
Scholarships websites
 www.studentawards.com; www.scholarshipscanada.com; www.studentscholarships.org; www.
studentaidbc.ca/explore/grants-scholarships
What do I look for when choosing a course?
 Description – does it help me graduate or open post secondary doors or just interest me?
 Prerequisites – what course or courses must be passed before I can take the course I want?
What about work experience?
 Eight possible packages – Course Booklet – page 27 (See Ms. Lucke for details)
What if I might be interested in a trade?
 Career Program link -< http://web.deltasd.bc.ca/content/programs/careerprograms>
 Secondary School Apprenticeship - Course Booklet – page 35
 ACE IT (Accelerated Credit Enrollment in Industry Training) – Course Booklet – page 35
What if I am really interested in sports or fine arts?
 Academy Programs -< http://web.deltasd.bc.ca/content/programs/academies>
Online Course Selection
 Student/Parent Connect <https://cimsweb.deltasd.bc.ca/>
 Open for course selection February 27
Resources Summary:
 North Delta Web Site -Course Planning Booklet 2015-2016 - < http://nd.deltasd.bc.ca/>
 Delta District Web Site – Career Programs / Academies / Summer School / Online Courses
<http://web.deltasd.bc.ca/>
 Post Secondary Information – Education Planner -< www.educationplanner.ca>
 Provincial Exams – results / schedules - BC Ministry Web Site -<www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/>
 ND School Counsellor – Ms. Gillis (current grade 11’s)( next year grade 8 & 12)
<[email protected]>
 ND Career Advisor – Ms. Dhanoa < http://ndcareercentre.weebly.com/>
<[email protected]>
NORTH DELTA SECONDARY SCHOOL
Graduation Requirements
Applied Skills or Fine Arts Course: ____________
Grade 10
Course
English 10
Socials 10
a Math 10
Student's Name:
Grade 11
Credits
Course
English or Communications 11
Socials 11
a Math 11
F&P ( )
Precalculus ( )
A&W ( )
Foundations ( )
Science 10
PE 10
Planning 10
Elective
Elective
A&W ( )
Grade 12
Credits
Course
Credits
English or Communications 12
Grad Transitions
a Grade 12
a Grade 12
a Grade 12
a Science 11
Biology 11 ( )
Chemistry 11 ( )
Earth Science 11 ( )
Physics 11 ( )
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective
Science & Tech. 11 ( )
Grade 10 Totals:
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective
Grade 11 Totals:
Grade 12 Totals:
Grade 10 Totals
Grade 11 Totals
Grade 12 Totals
Bolded courses have a provincial exam
Notes:
Total Grad Credits /80
University GPA Calculations (Subject to change from year to year) – approx 80-90% GPA needed
UBC: 4 courses are used to calculate your GPA (grade 11 marks may be used for GPA if gr 12 courses are in second sem)
General requirements
Arts (used for GPA)
Sciences (GPA) Business (GPA)
Engineering (GPA)
-language 11
-English 12
-Physics 11
-Eng 12
- Chem 11
-Eng 11 with a min of 70%
-3 approved courses -Chem 11
-Precalc 12
- Phys 11
-Academic Science 11
-Eng 12
-2 approved courses -Eng 12
-Precalc 11 or Foundations 12
-Precalc 12
-Precalc 12
-Socials 11
-1 Science 12 (Bio, Chem, Phys)
-Chem 12
-high school graduation
-1 approved course
-Phys 12
SFU: 4 courses are used to calculate your GPA (grade 11 marks may be used for GPA if gr 12 courses are in second sem)
General requirements
Arts (used for GPA)
Sciences (GPA) Business (GPA)
Engineering (GPA)
-language (or beg lang) 11
-English 12
-Physics 11
-Eng 12
- Chem 11
-Eng 11
-3 approved courses -Chem 11
-Precalc 12
- Phys 11
-Academic Science 11
-Eng 12
-2 approved courses -Eng 12
-Precalc 11 or Foundations 11
-Precalc 12
-Precalc 12
With min 60%
-2 Science 12 courses
-Chem 12
-high school graduation
(Bio, Chem, Phys)
-Phys 12
UBC Approved Courses: Bio 12, Chem 12, Phys 12, Precalc 12, Econ 12, English Lit 12, History 12, Law 12, Language 12 (French,
Punjabi, Spanish), Calculus 12. SFU & UVic also accept: Foundations 12, Comp Civ 12, Social Just 12
There are other approved courses, but these are the ones offered at ND
College Entrance (For most academic programs – trades may not have the same requirements)
Kwantlen general req: Eng 12 (C+) or Comm 12 (A)
Douglas general req: Eng 12 (C) or Comm 12 (B)
Langara general req: High school graduation – each program has different requirements
*If these requirements are not met, students can do testing to meet them or take an upgrading class at college
*Specific Programs have specific req’s: i.e. Nursing at Kwantlen (Chem 11- B, Precalc or Found 11 – B, Eng 12 – B, Bio 12 – B)
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