Grade 10 High school courses
An introductory design course meant for students interested in exploring engineering.
Get ready for the life of the stage! You will learn all the basics about theatre, acting, directing, and technical roles in theatre.
This course focuses on life challenges, decisions, and mysteries in the past, present, and beyond.
This course focuses on justice, diversity, community, fairness, and the individual.
An introductory course that will provide students with technical knowledge and hands-on skills of what it takes to be a professional hairstylist and esthetician.
This course explores historical events in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.
Information processing is the acquisition, recording, organization, retrieval, display, and dissemination of information related to computer-based operations.
This is a Modified Grade 10 course. Registration must be approved by the student, parents, teacher, and principal before the start of the course.
Students will learn about algebra, trigonometry, and functions.
Students will learn about measurement, trigonometry, and financial math.
Students will develop skills used in photography and become familiar with career opportunities within the industry.
This course will cover climate, ecosystems, chemical reactions, forces, and motion.
You will learn about the elements of art, explore design principles, shading and various drawing techniques.
This course helps students become aware of, assess, and balance the five dimensions of wellness including: physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and environmental.
Grade 11 High school courses
This course allows you to 'make things up'. You will use your imagination and invent the impossible and go places you never thought you would go.
This course explores personal identity and growth, covering themes like how our past shapes our present, the role of family in identity and belonging, how obstacles and challenges lead to personal growth, and life’s inevitable passage of time through which we evolve and change.
This course studies the impact humans have on the environment and how we can move towards a more sustainable future, both personally and collectively.
This course is an introduction to the basics of financial decision making, including information on earning, saving, spending, borrowing, sharing, investing, and protecting financial interests.
This course explores the topics of traditional medicine, the human body, and nutrition.
This course begins with the study of WWI and ends with the study of global implications of major battles.
In this course, you will learn about life transitions, personal self-knowledge, relationships, time management, career self-knowledge, and life balance.
This is the Modified Grade 11 course. Registration must be approved by the student, parents, teacher, and principal before the start of the course.
Students will learn about reasoning, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, and functions.
Students will learn about sequences and series, trigonometry, and functions.
Students will learn about slope, graphs, measurement, trigonometry, and financial math.
Students will increase their technical expertise and will add photographs to their portfolios that exhibit a more competent awareness of composition, lighting, setting, and planning.
This course will cover heat, chemistry basics, and waves.
This course is based on Social Psychology and helps students explore their social world influences their views and feelings about themselves.
You will deepen your understanding and continue to use the elements of art, design principles, and image development strategies.
Grade 12 High school courses
This course will cover evolution, taxonomy, cells, genetics, and biotechnologies.
This course will cover chemical bonds and materials, chemical equilibria, and electrochemistry.
The course involves themes focusing upon Canadian literature and society and the Canadian experience.
The course involves themes focusing upon human concerns in a global society.
The course introduces business theory and concept and provides a focus on creating a business idea and business plan.
This course is a more in-depth look into the world of personal finance which contribute to strong lifelong financial wellbeing.
Students will engage in the importance of making healthy food choices to promote the well-being of individuals and families through written and practical components.
This course consists of four units of study intended to provide students an understanding of important events that impacted Canada during the 20th Century: First Nations Societies, The Fur Trade, War and Conquest, and Rebellion in Canada.
Students will explore the creative, client-focused nature of solving interior design and interior decorating problems while learning about how to apply elements and principles of design to solve client problems in residential and commercial settings.
You will learn about life roles, health self-care, conflict in relationships, money management, career planning, independent living, parenting, and searching for a job.
Students will learn about financial math, counting principles, probability, and functions.
Students will learn about transformations of functions, trigonometry, and counting principles.
Students will learn about measures of central tendency, probability, geometric figures, transformations, trigonometry, and business math.
In addition to learning about the history of photography through a study of art movements and significant photographers and photographs, students will increase their technical expertise and will add photographs to their portfolios that exhibit a more competent awareness of composition, lighting, setting, and planning.
This course explores modern physics; forces and motion; Conservation Laws; electric, magnetic, and gravitational fields.
This course is based on Developmental Psychology, and helps students understand how and why humans develop as they do.
Apprenticeship Credits may be applied for in Grade 11 and 12 if a student is employed with a registered Journeyperson in a certified SK trade and completes 100 hours of work. There are four Apprenticeship Credits available: Apprenticeship A20, Apprenticeship B20, Apprenticeship A30, and Apprenticeship B30. Please contact your Course Selection Assistant for more information.
Dual Credits are to provide alternative pathways to graduation by allowing high school learners the opportunity to earn high school credits and post-secondary credits or other program recognition at the same time in the same course. Some examples are Lifeguarding, Royal Conservatory of Music, Sask Volleyball and Sask Soccer. Please contact your Course Selection Assistant for more information.
Special Credit Projects are student-initiated and designed to encourage the pursuit of learning in an area of personal interest that is not related to a specific school subject, for example: 4-H, and Duke of Edinburgh Award. One special credit project may be completed in a year (Special Project 10, Special Project 20, Special Project 30). Please contact your Course Selection Assistant for more information.
Flex ED students may enroll in courses offered through our three partnering online schools. Please contact our Outsource Course Coordinator for the most up-to-date information.