"Creativity is contagious, pass it on"
- Albert Einstein
Art 10 (3 & 5 credits)
Art 20 - 30 (5 credits)
Drawing 15 - 25 - 35 (5 credits)
AP Art - Drawing, 2D & 3D
DRAMA 10 (3 or 5 credits)
DRAMA 20 / 30 (5 credits each)
PERFORMING ARTS 15 & ADVANCED ACTING 25 / 35
MUSICAL THEATRE 15/25/35 (5 credits)
TECHNICAL THEATRE 15/25/35
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 10/20/30 (5 credits) - Concert Band
GUITAR 15 (5 credits)
GUITAR 25/35 (5 credits each)
JAZZ BAND (INSTRUMENTAL JAZZ) 15/25/35
GENERAL MUSIC 10/20/30 - Rock & Pop (5 credits each)
Cook Apprenticeship Program
Baker Apprenticeship Program
Hair Stylist Apprenticeship Program
Styling, Perming and Colouring
Barbering - Into to Barbering
Introduction to Photography
Building a Composition
ABORIGINAL STUDIES 10
Note: This is the first level of Aboriginal Studies. We are beginning this program this year and intend to add Aboriginal Studies 20 and 30 in the next two years. Aboriginal Studies 30 is accepted as an academic subject by post-secondary schools to applicable programs such as General Arts, Sciences, Nursing, Education, Agriculture and Environment programs.
The course is based on perspectives and worldviews of Aboriginal peoples. It includes the study of traditions and history of Aboriginal peoples in Canada, and particularly in Alberta.
Student learning outcomes provide opportunities to examine such topics as governmental structures, literature, the arts and the sciences.
The four themes in Aboriginal Studies 10 are:
• Origin and Settlement Patterns
• Aboriginal Worldviews
• Political and Economic Organization
• Aboriginal Symbolism and Expression.
BARBERING - INTRO TO BARBERING
While ‘fades’ might seem to be a trend, they are classic styles that require basic haircutting skills. Barbering Basics focuses on men’s grooming and learning basic techniques in cutting, tapering, fading and styling men’s hair. Students will be able to apply skills learned in their everyday life as they come to appreciate the importance of positive grooming. The knowledge and skills gained can also move them towards a career in the barbering industry.
Have you dreamed of ever meeting the Dragon’s and having them invest in your million dollar idea? If you have you should consider taking Business 10. In this course we will explore business basics with a focus on Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Accounting. If you are considering Post Secondary Business studies then this course is for you!
“Business programs are one of the most popular choices for students in Canada. In fact, they are the second most popular post-secondary program [after Humanities].” - Macleans.ca
FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION 15
In this 5 credit Option course, students will be exposed to a variety of films (Star Wars, Star Trek, Marvel/DC, Harry Potter & Lord of the Rings, etc), art, poetry, short stories, screenplays, novellas, graphic novels, and novels related to Fantasy and Science Fiction. The activities include class discussions, cooperative learning activities, in-class assignments, unit projects/presentations, reading, listening and viewing. May the Force be with you!
HOLOCAUST STUDIES 15
Holocaust Studies 15 is a course that will provide students with the opportunity to comprehensively explore the pre-WWII era (1933-1940) of the Holocaust. Topics include Antisemitism, the Nuremberg Laws, and the creation/administrarion of Jewish ghettos. Further study at the 25 (1940-1944) and 35 (1944-Present) levels will continue chronologically through the events of the Holocaust, all the way to the creation of Israel.
This program seeks to make our community a better place through student leadership. Student council and leadership organize a number of events throughout the year to engage the student population with the school and the community at large. This group of students is responsible for creating, organizing and implementing events and activities to develop their leadership skills and enhance the high school experience. Students will explore principles of leadership and evaluate their personal characteristics and qualities. This course is during lunch once or twice a week all year. They will examine communication, public speaking and presentation skills and will lead and participate in meetings.
OUTDOOR EDUCATION 10
This course allows students to utilize the great outdoors as a classroom and gain skills for life by doing so. It is designed to inspire positive values; such as, a sense of responsibility and a purpose in life. Students will learn to challenge themselves both mentally, physically, socially and emotionally. We hope to build skills that will benefit them both in the classroom and the outdoors. Our aim is to help students grow as individuals and as responsible citizens.