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March 13, 2024: Applications are now closed for the 24/25 school year with the exception of Kindergarten and Grade 8.

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High School Program (Gr 8-12)

Jr. High (8-9)

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Sr. High (10-12)

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Jr. High (Gr. 8-9)

Program Outline

Humanities

Junior high students take year-long Humanities classes. Humanities provides a place for exploring Socials and English learning targets as well as issues/topics relevant to personal, faith, and relational development. In particular, students learn a Christian response to culture, and what it means to be culture-formers who live justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with their God. Listening and reading is used to both develop understanding, but also delight in the perspectives of others. Speaking and writing is practised to develop clear and honest communication that allows us to testify to the work of God in, through and around us – to the glory of God and encouragement of others.

Science

Math

French

Physical and Health Education

Arts Education and Applied Design, Skills and Technologies (ADST)

Bible

Student Support Services

Sr. High (Gr. 10-12)

Graduation Requirements

80 credits, including:

  • Language Arts 10 (4 credits)
  • Language Arts 11 (4 credits)
  • English Studies 12 (4 credits)
  • Social Studies 10 (4 credits)
  • Social Studies 11 or 12 (4 credits)
  • Mathematics 10 (4 credits)
  • Mathematics 11 or 12 (4 credits)
  • Science 10 (4 credits)
  • Science 11 or 12 (4 credits)
  • Career Life Explorations (4 credits)
  • Physical and Health Education 10 (4 credits)
  • Arts Education and/or Applied Design, Skills and Technologies (ADST) 10, 11 or 12 (4 credits)
  • Christian Perspectives 11 (4 credits)
  • Christian Perspectives 12 (4 credits)
  • Career Life Connections + Capstone (4 credits)

A Ministry Numeracy Assessment is written in Grade 10, and Literacy Assessments are written in Grades 10 and 12.

Program Outline

Career Life Explorations (CLE) 10

While addressing required learning outcomes for CLE 10, students spend significant time exploring the unique gifts, interests, and abilities that God has given to them for the fulfillment of God’s mission in the world as the body of Christ. Students are introduced to a variety of occupations and post-secondary opportunities – recognizing the need for a “uniquely Christian cultural witness” in business, trades, government, arts, and agriculture. All students are introduced to our trades program partnership with the College of New Caledonia (CNC).

Career Life Connections (CLC)

Christian Perspectives

Humanities

Science

Math

French

Physical and Health Education

Arts Education and Applied Design, Skills and Technologies

Trades, Work Experience, and Apprenticeship

Dual Credit Partnership with UNBC

Travel Studies – Honduras and Europe Trips

Student Support Services

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