Virtual School High School Courses Open to ALL NWSD STUDENTS
These courses are ideal for students looking to take courses not currently available at their community school, or those that would not fit within their time table.
The planned courses for the 2021-2022 academic calendar are offered in either a Quad, Semester, or Full Year format, as indicated below.
FULL TIME VIRTUAL SCHOOL students should complete the course selection form below, selecting 8-10 courses, and submit to Jason L'Heureux, Virtual School Principal, at email@example.com.
All other NWSD students should make their selections on the course selection form below and submit to their home school Guidance Counselor or Principal.
- Download the course selection form
- SAVE AS - rename the file with the STUDENT FIRST & LAST NAME
- Make your selections
- SAVE the file once more
- Email form to:
- Are you a FULL TIME Virtual School student? Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
- All other NWSD students should send to their current school Guidance Counselor or Principal
Workplace Math 10
Foundations & Precalculus 10
Workplace Math 20
Forensic Studies 20L
Film Studies (Arts 30)
Physical Science 20
Environmental Science 20
Robotics & Automation 10
Mental Wellness 30L
Computer Science 20
Computer Science 30
Career & Life Management (PAA 30)
Creative Writing 20
ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES
|ELA 30 AP is a FULL YEAR COURSE in place of ELA A30 & B30||Calculus 30 AP is offered in SEMESTER 2|
ADVANCED PLACEMENT ADVANTAGE
Advanced Placement (AP) courses are options for able students who want to enrich and challenge themselves in particular subjects by working on university-level material while still in high school. Students can earn university credit and must be committed to thinking and working at a high level. Students can choose a single AP course or any combination of AP courses that suit them (provided they have the prerequisites).
ADVANCED PLACEMENT IN SASKATCHEWAN:
Both the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina, along with almost all Canadian universities, grant credit to students earning a score of 4 or 5 in AP courses. Most U.S. universities give credit for scores of 3, 4 or 5. The student’s score is based entirely on an extended May exam. This university credit is for a first-year class, which saves students tuition and gives them more flexibility in their timetables.
For additional information on how AP courses are recognized in Saskatchewan, visit saskatchewan.ca.
• Internationally recognized
• University-level course work
• Potential to earn university credits
• Rigorous academic opportunity