Humberview Secondary School

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Humberview Secondary School
Humberview Secondary School
(9-12, FI, Extended French, Regional Enhanced,
SHSM - Transportation)
135 Kingsview Drive
Bolton
L7E 3V8
Tel: 905-857-0771
Fax: 905-857-7772
Website:
http://humberviewss.ca
http://humberviewss.ca
Principal:
Rick Tredwell
Vice-Principals:
Heike Bronson
Jennifer Kipfer
Field Office/
Family of Schools:
North/Humberview
Superintendent:
Joy Uniac
Trustees:
Stan Cameron
Harinder K. Malhi
Student Population:
1,150
School Colours:
Red, gold and blue
Sports Team:
Huskies
Highlights:
vStrong
communication with parents through regularly-updated
website, newsletter and call-out system
vRegional
vFrench
enhanced learning centre for gifted students
Immersion diploma program
vSpecialist
High Skills Major (SHSM) program in Transportation
vExtensive
extra-curricular programs in athletics, music, drama and
social justice
vSenior
students and staff mentor grade 9 students in our Great
Start program each September
vA
Counting on You remediation program designed to enhance
student literacy and numeracy skills
More about Humberview:
Founded in 1973 and located in Caledon, Humberview Secondary
School is home to a regional enhanced learning program for gifted
students, French Immersion, extended French program and SHSMTransportation The curriculum at Humberview offers a challenging
and rewarding experience for students who are enthusiastic about
realizing their full potential.
The collective efforts of teachers are focused on higher levels of
achievement for all students. Staff are committed to helping students
work to their full potential and to be successful. Students work with
teachers to set goals and are encouraged to get extra help when they
are experiencing difficulty.
Humberview’s mission is to be an open community of learners building
success together through education. Students are welcomed into an
inclusive learning environment that is created by a commitment to
integrity, co-operation and respect.
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Humberview Secondary
COURSES
Grade 9
Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
THE ARTS
Dance – Open
ATC 2O0
Dramatic Arts ADA 1O0
ADA 2O0
Music – Instrumental – Band (Beginning)
AMI 1O7
AMI 2O7
Music – Instrumental – Band (Experienced)
AMI 1OO
AMI 2OO
Music – Vocal/Choral
AMV 1O0
AMV 2O0
Music – Stage Band
Music – Vocal Jazz
Music – Percussion
AMP 1O0
AMP 2O0
Visual Arts
AVI 1O0
AVI 2O0
ADA 3M0
AMI 3M1
AMI 3M0
AMV 3O0
AMH 3M0
AMJ 3M0
AMP 3M0
AVI 3M0
ADA 4M0
AMI 4M0
AMV 4M0
AMH 4M0
AMJ 4M0
AMP 4M0
AVI 4M0
BUSINESS STUDIES
Information and Communication Technology in Business BTT 1O0
Introduction to Business
BBI 2O0
Information and Communication Technology BTA 3O0
Financial Accounting Fundamentals
BAF 3M0
Introduction to Accounting
BAI 3E0
Entrepreneurship: The Venture
BDI 3C0
Marketing
BMI 3C0
Financial Accounting Principles
Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals
International Business Fundamentals
Business Leadership: Becoming a Manager
BAT 4M0
BOH 4M0
BBB 4M0
BOG 4E0
CANADIAN AND WORLD STUDIES
Geography of Canada – Academic
CGC 1D0
Geography of Canada – Applied
CGC 1P0
Regional Geography: Travel and Tourism
CGG 3O0
Canadian and World Issues
American History
CHA 3U0
Canadian History since World War I – Applied
CHC 2P0
Canadian History since World War I – Academic
CHC 2D0
Civics
CHV 2O0
World History to the 16th century
CHW 3M0
Understanding Canadian Law – Workplace
CLU 3E0
Understanding Canadian Law – College/University
CLU 3M0
World History: The West and the World – University
Canadian and World Politics
Canadian and International Law Adventures in World History
Analyzing Current Economic Issues
CGW 4U0
CHY 4U0
CPW 4U0
CLN 4U0
CHM 4E0
CIA 4U0
COMPUTER STUDIES
Introduction to Computer Studies
ICS 2O0
Introduction to Computer Science
ICS 3U0
Computer Science
ICS 4U0
ENGLISH
English – Academic
ENG 1D0
ENG 2D0
English – Applied
ENG 1P0
ENG 2P0
English – Locally Developed Compulsory
ENG 1L0
ENG 2L0
English – Workplace
ENG 3E0
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ENG 4E0
Humberview Secondary
COURSES
Grade 9
Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
English – College
ENG 3C0
English – University
ENG 3U0
Media Studies
EMS 3O0
Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course
The Writer’s Craft – College
The Writer’s Craft – University
ENG 4C0
ENG 4U0
OLC 4O0
EWC 4C0
EWC 4U0
ENHANCED LEARNING PROGRAM
Chemistry
Physics
Canadian Geography
CGC 1DE
Canadian History
CHC2DE
American History
English
ENG 1DE
ENG 2DE
Principals of Mathematics
MPM 1DE
MPM 2DE
Science
SNC 1DE
SNC 2DE
Functions
Biology
SCH 3UE
SPH 3UE SCH 4UE
SPH 4UE
CHA 3UE
ENG 3UE
ENG 4UE
MCR 3UE
SBI 3UE
SBI 4UE
FRENCH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Core French – Academic
FSF 1D0
FSF 2D0
Core French – Applied
FSF 1P0
Core French – University
FSF 3U0
FSF 4U0
EXTENDED FRENCH
Extended French
FEF 1D0
FEF 2D0
FEF 3U0
Geography of Canada
CGC 1DX
Extended Careers
GLC 20X
Extended Civics
CHV 20X
Extended Entrepreneurial Studies
BDI 3CX
FEF 4U0
FRENCH IMMERSION
Immersion French
FIF 1D0
FIF 2D0
FIF 3U0
Immersion Careers
GLC 2O*
Immersion Civics
CHV 2O*
Immersion Entrepreneurial Studies
BDI 3C*
Immersion Geography
CGC 1D*
Immersion History
CHC 2D*
CHW 3M*
Immersion Science
SNC 1D*
FIF 4U0
GUIDANCE AND CAREER EDUCATION
Co-operative Education
GWL 3OC v
Career Studies
GLC 2O0
Leadership and Peer Support GPP 3O0
Learning Strategies
GLS 1O0
GLE 1O0
GLE 2O0
GLE 3O0
GLN 4OC v
IDP 4UC
GLS 4O0
GLE 4O0
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Healthy Active Living Education PPL 1OF
PPL 2OF+ PPL 3OF+ PPL 1OM
PPL 2OM+
PPL 3OM+
Personal and Fitness Activities PAF 3O0
Health for Life
PPZ 3OF
Recreation and Fitness Leadership
Exercise Science
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PPL 4OF+
PPL 4OM+
PAF 4O0
PLF 4C0 v
PSE 4U0
Humberview Secondary
COURSES
Grade 9
Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Interdisciplinary Studies – Yearbook
IDC 4U0 w
INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES
Level 1/2
Level 3
Level 4
Spanish LWS BD0
LWS CU0
LWS DU0
MATHEMATICS
Principles of Mathematics MPM 1D0
MPM 2D0 x
Foundations of Mathematics
MFM 1P0
MFM 2P0
Mathematics – Locally Developed MAT 1L0
MAT 2L0
Functions – University MCR 3U0 x
Functions and Applications
MCF 3M0 x
Foundations for College Mathematics
MBF 3C0
Mathematics for College Technology
Mathematics of Data Management
Foundations for College Mathematics
Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life MEL 3E0
Advanced Functions Calculus and Vectors
MCT 4C0
MDM 4U0 x
MAP 4C0
MEL 4E0
MHF 4U0 x
MCV 4U0 x
SCIENCE
Science – Academic
SNC 1D0
SNC 2D0 x
Science – Applied
SNC 1P0
SNC 2P0
Science – Locally Developed SNC 1L0
SNC 2L0
Science – Workplace Earth and Space Science
Biology – College
SBI 3C0
Biology – University
SBI 3U0 x
Chemistry – College
Chemistry – University
SCH 3U0 x
Environmental Science – Workplace
SVN 3E0 u
Environmental Science – University/College
SVN 3M0 u
Physics – College
Physics – University
SPH 3U0 x
SNC 4E0 u
SES 4U0 u
SBI 4U0 x
SCH 4C0
SCH 4U0 x
SPH 4C0 u
SPH 4U0 x
Social Sciences and Humanities
Individual and Family Living
HIF 1O0
Food and Nutrition
HFN 2O0
Fashion and Creative Expression
HNC 3O0
The Fashion Industry
Parenting
HPC 3O0
Living and Working with Children
HPW 3C0
Individuals and Families in a Diverse Society
Food and Nutrition Science
Issues in Human Growth and Development
Introduction To Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology
HSP 3M0
World Relations: Beliefs, Issues and Religious Traditions
HRT 3M0
Philosophy: Questions and Theories
HNB 4O0
HHS 4M0
HFA 4M0
HHG 4M0
HZT 4U0
TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION
Exploring Technologies
TIJ 1O0
Communications Technology
TGJ 2O0
TGJ 3M0
Construction Technology
TCJ 2O0
TCJ 3E0
Custom Woodworking
TWJ 3E0
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TGJ 4M0
TCJ 4E0
TWJ 4E0
Humberview Secondary
COURSES
Grade 9
Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
Manufacturing Technology
TMJ 2O0
Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Transportation Technology
TTJ 2O0
TMJ 3E0
TMJ 3M0
TTJ 3C0
TTJ 3O0
TMJ 4E0
TMJ 4M0
TTJ 4C0
TTJ 4E0
Legend:
+ Course Enhancement Fee
u SPH 4C0 will be offered in alternating years i.e. 2014-2015, 2016 - 2017
SES 4U0 will be offered in alternating years i.e. 2013-2014, 2015- 2016
SNC 4E0 will be offered in alternating years i.e. 2014-2015, 2016-2017
SVN 3M0 will be offered in alternating years i.e. 2013-2014, 2016-2017
SVN 3E0 will be offered in alternating years i.e. 2014-2015, 2016-2017
v Registration in the Co-operative Education program and the Recreation and Fitness Leadership Program should be done in consultation with a
Guidance Counsellor and requires an application and/or interview.
w Yearbook Interdisciplinary Studies Course is recommended for students with strong communication skills and or visual design skills.
x Highly recommended that students have at least 70% in the prerequisite course.
* Highly recommended that students have 70% in MPM 2D0 to take SCH 3U0 and/or SPH 3U0 and 70% in MCR 3U0 to take SCH 4U0
and/or SPH 4U0.
* SCH 3U0 is recommended for SBI 4U0
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SPECIALIST HIGH SKILLS MAJOR (SHSM)
TRANSPORTATION
In order to meet the high demand in the coming years for quality skilled workers in the Transportation sector, Humberview is excited to offer this
unique program. The Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) at Humberview involves students completing a package of courses that meets the needs
of all students with an interest in developing the skills necessary for a career in the Transportation sector. The Transportation sector acknowledges
and supports the program through certification and appropriate industry placements.
In order to complete a SHSM in Transportation, students:
1. complete a package of 9 specific credits (see chart below).
2. complete 5 required Industry Certifications and 2 elective certifications
3. obtain job experience (e.g. co-op work experience, job shadowing, job twinning).
4. document the industry essential skills using the Ontario Skills Passport.
5. gain “Reach Ahead Experience” (e.g. through experiential learning or events at post secondary institutions)
Workplace
Grade 11
Transportation
( 2 credits)
TTJ 3C TTJ 4C
TTJ 3O
Apprenticeship
Grade 12 Grade 11
College
University
Grade 12 Grade 11 Grade 12 Grade 11 Grade 12
TTJ 3C
TTJ 4C
TTJ 3C
TTJ 4C
TTJ 3C
TTJ 4C
TTJ 3O
Manufacturing
TMJ 3E
TMJ 4E
(2 credits)
TMJ 3M TMJ 3E
TMJ 4M
TMJ 4E
TMJ 3M
TMJ 4M
TMJ 3M
English Credits
ENG 3E
(1 credit)
ENG 3C
ENG 3E
ENG 4C
ENG 4E
ENG 3C
ENG 4C
ENG 3UENG 4U
ENG 4E
OLC 4O
Math Credits
MEL 3E
MBF 3C
MAP 4C
MBF 3C
MAP 4C
MCR 3U (1 credit)
MCF 3M
Science or Business SVN 3E BOG 4E
SVN 3E BOG 4E
(1 credit)
BTA 3O
BTA 3O
BAI 3E
BMI 3C
BDI 3C
Co-op Credits
(2 credits total)
COP 4XC
If you have any questions please see a counsellor.
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TMJ 4M
MHF 4U
MDM 4U
MCV 4U
SVN 3M SCH 4C
SCH 3U
SCH 4U
SBI 3C
BOH 4M
SBI 3U
SBI 4U
BTA 3O
BBB 4M
BAF 3M
BOH 4M
BMI 3C
BAT 4M
BBB 4M
BDI 3CBAT 4M
BAF 3M