2018-2019 Course Selection

posted Feb 16, 2018, 9:17 AM by Sarah Schildknecht   [ updated Feb 23, 2018, 11:40 AM ]
In partnership with myblueprint.ca/ocsb, students from grades 8 to 11 will select their 2018-2019 courses online again this year. Counsellors will be doing grade level presentations starting the week of February 20, 2018.

Students must complete and submit their course selection online in myBlueprint no later than March 4, 2018.
The sign-off sheet must then be printed and returned to the student's homeroom teacher by Wednesday, March 7, 2018.

The myBlueprint Education Planner (myblueprint.ca/ocsb) helps your child create an engaging and interactive Education Plan. Students can build customized high school course plans, instantly identify post-secondary options that are available to them and explore valuable information about apprenticeships, college/university programs and workplace opportunities across Canada!

The Who Am I section of myBlueprint supports students in the process of self-discovery and exploration. Once all assessments are completed, a detailed compatibility score is unlocked with over 500 compatibility surveys based on real work tasks and activities. Students get a strong understanding of who they are and what drives them.

Students are expected to complete their course selections for the 2018-2019 school year online, at home, with the assistance of a parent/guardian. We strongly encourage parents/guardians of grade 8 and 9 students to visit the slideshow on our school website (fxh.ocsb.ca - News & Docs - moving on to grade 9 & 10) for valuable information regarding next year’s courses and academic levels in Math, English & Science. We also encourage parents/guardians of grade 10 and 11 students to visit the slideshow “moving on to grade 11 and 12” found on our school website to assist with course selections.

All courses offered at SFX are found in the High School Planner of myBlueprint and students must ensure that they have the required prerequisite for selected courses. Students are encouraged to choose electives wisely when making course selections as they may not have the opportunity to change these courses later, especially in grades 9 and 10.

Comments