Physical Education & CALM
Every student must complete Physical Education 10 (minimum 3 credit) in order to graduate. All students should lead a healthy and active lifestyle, and a great way to start is through a physical education class. Daily active living is the theme of the entire Physical Education program, and is explored through four main outcomes: movement activities, health benefits, interacting positively with others and personal responsibility.
Physical Education 10 is a part of the requirements for a high school diploma. Phys Ed provides you with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle.
Physical Education 20 and 30 are optional courses, and involve increased exposure to life skill activities, leadership experience and officiating knowledge.
Career & Life Management (CALM)
Every student must complete CALM in order to qualify for a high school diploma. The Career and Life Management course consists of three main units: Careers and the World of Work, Independent Living, and Well-Being (including sexuality that parents may choose to have their child opt out). This course is also offered in French. Students may also have the opportunity to complete up to two extra credits in Workplace Safety Systems (HCS3000) and Workplace Safety Practices (HCS3010).