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Exploratory Course Information
"Exploratory" courses (formerly known as "Complementary" courses)
To accommodate our new "near normal" for the 2020-21 school we have changed our usual process for Complementary courses and temporarily transitioned to Exploratory courses. This will allow all of our cohorts (ie - homerooms) to maintain their cohort while exposing them to various teachers who will come into their classroom to offer various CTF courses ranging from Tech-Coding to Art to Health & Fitness and much more. With this change in process for CTF we have removed all of the individual Complementary Course fees and added a reduced general Exploratory Courses fee of $30/year to be spent on materials and experiences for students during this school year.
Career and Technology Foundations (CTF) builds student understanding of the world around them as they explore their interests and passions to learn about various career possibilities, and occupational area skills, knowledge and technologies. CTF involves students in planning/designing, creating, appraising and communicating solutions for relevant problems. As students engage in hands on challenges, they develop social/interpersonal, life, and work skills. Student-focused challenges often bring together literacy, numeracy and competencies through an interdisciplinary approach.
Exploratory Courses fee will be applied to the students accounts after September 15th. Payments can be made online or in person at the office with cash or cheque.
Exploratory Course outlines:
All of the course outlines for any Exploratory Course will be available below very soon. Please click on the name of the course to access more information about it and who is teaching it.