Welcome to Dr. Charles Best Secondary School Home of the Getting Ready for Grade 10, 11 and 12! Presentation Topics Introductions Graduation Program English & French Immersion Available Courses/Programs Choosing Courses Post Secondary Education Clubs and Sports
Timeline Information Administration Principal Ms. Murphy Vice-Principal Mr. Jones (A G) L) Vice-Principal Ms. McKay (H - O) Vice-Principal
Mr. Nelson (P - Z) Counsellors AG Rachel John HO Warren Chang P-Z Jerry Areshenko 80 Credit Graduation
Program Required Courses (48 credits) English 10
4 Credits New: An English 11 (CW, Lit, NM) 4 Credits English 12 4 Credits Social Studies 10 4 Credits New: A Socials 12 4 Credits Science 10 4 Credits Biol., Chem., Phys., Earth Sc., Sc&Tech 11 4 Credits A Math 10 4 Credits A Math 11 4 Credits
Physical Ed. 10 4 Credits Career Life Education 10 4 Credits a F.A. or App. Sk.10/11/12 2 or 4 Credits Elective Courses (28 credits 7 Courses) ____________________________12 4 Credits ____________________________12 4 Credits ____________________________12 4 Credits NEW: Career Life Conn./Capstone Project 4 Credits Total: 80 Credits
Discover your Best Always strive to do your Best If failure occurs, correct it by: Summer School Repeating the course in the next school year Choosing a different area of study Career Life Connections (formerly Grad Transitions) In order to graduate students must complete:
1. Personality profile 2. 30 hours Work or Volunteer experience 3. Career / Transition Plan 4. Employability Skills Plan 5. Extracurricular reflection 6. Resume and Financial Plan NEW: Capstone Project Combined with Career Life Connections A showcase of the students learning journey Includes information from Career Life Connections Includes work produced over Grades 10,11, 12 that you are proud of, illustrate
you and have been further developed A Mentor is required B.C. Achievement Scholarships: $1250 The Ministry of Education determines
recipients Based on students achievement in Grade 10, 11, and 12 courses that satisfy graduation program requirements. Includes elective courses, but not GT. Based on a cumulative average percentage Recipients must receive a B or greater in English 12, Francais 12, or Communications 12. Rank among the top 3000 students in B.C. Number of Courses Required Grade Grade Grade Grade
9s 8 10s 11s 12s Courses 8 Courses 8 Courses 8 Courses + Career Life Conn. Exceptions: Music, Choir and other classes taught outside of the regular timetable. English Program Grade 10
English 10 A Math 10 Science 10 Socials 10 Physical and Health Education 10 Career Life Education 10 ( formerly Planning 10 - maybe taken in grade 11) Elective Elective French Immersion Grade 10 English 10 A Math 10 Science 10
Science Humaines 10 Education Physique 10 Vie et Carriere 10 Francais 10 Elective English Program Grade 11 NEW: An English 11 (CW, Lit, NM) A Math 11 A Science 11 NEW: A Socials 12 Elective Elective Elective
Elective Career Life Connections/Capstone (Part 1) French Immersion Grade 11 An English 11 (CW, Lit, NM) A Math 11 A Science 11 Histoire 12, Sch Hum 11 or FRIMM Elective Francais 11 French Imm. elective Elective Elective Career Life Connections/Capstone (Part 1)
NOTE: You will need at least 3 FRIMM courses in Grade 11, and a Socials 12 (Histoire 12 meets both of these requirements) NEW: English 11 Choose one of: English 11 (Creative Writing) English 11 (Literary Studies) English 11 (New Media) NEW: Francais Langue 11
Choose one of: Langue et Culture de la Francophonie 11 Etudes du Cinema et de la Litterature Francophones 11 New: Socials Requirement You will need a Socials 11 or 12 course to graduate: Comparative Cultures 12 Physical Geography 12 20th Century World History 12 Law Studies 12 Social Justice 12
For French immersion students: Histoire du Monde 12 Sciences Humaines Explorations 11 English Program Grade 12 English 12* (Com 12) Grade 12 Elective Grade 12 Elective Grade 12 Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Career Life Connections/Capstone (Part 2)
French Immersion Grade 12 English 12* Francais 12 * Grade 12 Elective Grade 12 Elective French Imm. elective Elective Elective Elective Career Life Connections/Capstone (Part 2) Study Block (Grade 12s) Obtain a Study Block Request form from your counsellor
Must have at least 92 credits towards graduation academically demanding schedule ( 3 academics each semester) Must have an Must be signed by your parent, counsellor and administrator Must be returned with your course selection sheet
Numeracy Assessment All students who did not write the Grade 10 provincial exam are required to take the Numeracy Assessment in order to graduate Can be written anytime between grade 10 and 12 Not tied to a specific math course Students are scheduled to take it after their Math 10 course May be taken up to 3 times Results will be reported using a four category proficiency scale and will appear on your transcript as a number, representing one of the four categories (emerging-developing-proficientextending).
On-Line Courses On-Line courses taken during the school year do not count as courses taken at Dr. Charles Best *You cannot drop a course at CBSS if you are taking an on-line course You must register for an on-line course prior to semester start-up if you require a course change as a result of this. Choosing Courses: What To Consider Course Requirements Career Plans Interests, Skills and Abilities Post Secondary Requirements
Speak with Parents, Counsellor, Career Resource Facilitator. Refer to the Course Calendar; Research post secondary opportunities Choose Wisely!! The timetable at Charles Best is built around your course selections. If you choose a course now it is very likely that you will get it. If you try and change your course selection next year it is very likely it will not be accommodated as space may not be available.
French Immersion Francais 10, 11, 12 Vie et Carriere 10 Science Humaine 10 Education Physique 10 Histoire 12 Electives: Education Physique 11 Perspectives Mondiales 11 Perspectives Globales 12 NEW: Sciences Humaines Explorations 11 NEW: Medias et Communication Numerique 12 Histoire 12 (if another Socials 12 elective is chosen)
English English 10, 11, & 12 Electives: o Creative Writing 12, o Literary Studies 12 Socials Social Studies 10 Science Humaines 10 Sciences Humaines Explorations 11 Electives: Physical Geography 12 20th Century World History 12
Comparative Cultures 12 Law Studies 12 Social Justice 12 Histoire 12 Psychology 12 AP (does not meet Socials 12 requirement) Science Science 10 Science for Citizens 11 (formerly Science & Technology) Life Sciences 11 (formerly Biology 11) Anatomy and Physiology 12 (formerly Bi 12) Chemistry 11, 12
Physics 11, 12 Earth Science 11 NEW: Environmental Science 11 Geology 12 AP Chemistry 12 (Application required) Math Workplace Math 10, 11 Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10 Foundations of Math 11 Pre-Calculus 11 Foundations of Math 12 Pre-Calculus 12
Calculus 12 (must be a strong math student) Kindergarten to Grade 9 Mathematics GRADE 10 GRADE 11 GRADE 12 Apprenticeship and Workplace Mathematics Apprenticeship and Workplace
Mathematics Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-calculus Foundations of Mathematics Pre-calculus Foundations of Mathematics Pre-calculus Calculus 12
Math Course Recomendations Course Difficulty level (compared to Foundations 10) Student Workload Workplace 11 Foundations 11 A little easier
Expect about 30 minutes a week outside of class Expect about 20 minutes a day outside of class Pre-Calculus 11 Foundations 12 Pre-Calculus 12 Calculus 12 Quite difficult
About the same as Foundations 10 Expect about of class Similar to Foundations Expect about 11 of class A level up from PreExpect about Calculus 11 class Very difficult Expect about class 45 minutes a day outside
30 minutes a day outside 1 hour a day outside of 1+ hour a day outside of Art Art Studio 11, 12 (formerly Art Foundations) Animation 11, 12 Studio Arts 3-D 11, 12 (formerly Ceramics) Studio Art 2-D 11, 12 (formerly Drawing & Painting) Graphic Arts 11, 12 Photography 11, 12 Graphic Production 11 IDS Visual Arts
(Yearbook) Business Education Accounting 11, 12 Media Design 11, 12 Computer Programming 11, 12 NEW: Entrepreneurship and Marketing 10 Marketing and Promotion 11 (formerly Marketing 12) Business Communications 11 Keyboarding) Entrepreneurship 12 Film & TV 11, 12 NEW: Economics 12
(formerly Drama Drama 10, 11, 12 Theatre Production (Stagecraft) 11,12 Directing & Script Development 12 Home Economics Interpersonal & Family Rel. 11 Housing and Living Env. 12 Child Development 12 Food Studies 11, 12
Textiles 11, 12 Fashion Industry 12 Languages French 10, 11, 12 Spanish 10, 11, 12 Spanish Introductory 11 French Introductory 11 Music Concert Band 10, 11, 12 (9th course) Jazz Band 10, 11, 12 (9th course) Concert Choir 10, 11, 12 (9th course)
Vocal Jazz 10, 11, 12 (9th course) Guitar 11 (Beginner) Guitar 12 Physical Education PE 10 Active Living 11/12 (formerly PE 11,12) Fitness & Conditioning 11 & 12 (Weightlifting) Fitness & Conditioning 11 (Girls) Technology Education Dept.
Woodwork 11, 12 Drafting 11, 12 Automotive Tech. 11, 12 (Gr 11 and 12 only at Centennial) Electronics 11, 12 Foundations in Trades 11 Transitions & Apprenticeship Programs Secondary School Apprenticeships ACE IT Trade Preparation Programs Construction Electrician (Best)
Chef Training (Cent, Riverside, Glen) Hairdressing Auto (Centennial) Baking and Pastry Service Courses Leadership 11, 12 Athletic Leadership 11, 12 (Application Required) Peer Tutoring 11 and 12 (Application Required) NEW: Social Responsibility I and II (formerly Butterfly Effect)
Level 1 9th course Level 2 (if already taken Level 1) Students work cooperatively with other students around the world on self-determined projects Language Challenge Cost $50 refundable deposit Deadline to Apply: Late October Exam Date in January in Delta Courses: French 11/12, German 11/12,
Japanese 11/12, Korean 11/12, Mandarin 11/12, Punjabi 11/12, Spanish 11/12 French Immersion students may also challenge French 12 UBC and Challenge Advanced Placement AP exams are available for students who are excelling in a certain subject After finishing the Grade 12 level of the course,
students can write the AP Exam for that subject. If students get over Level 3, they can get credit for the first year university level of that course NEW: AP Chemistry will be offered in semester 1 and will combine the regular course with the AP course French, Psychology, Chemistry, Physics, Calculus External Course Credit Credit may be given for
coursework taken outside of the school system. Examples: Music, Languages, First Aid, Sports (provincial/national level), Cadets, Driver Education, Dance, Scouts, Guides Post Secondary Education: UNIVERSITY degrees: SFU,UBC,UBC Okanagan, UVIC, UNBC, TRINITY, TRU BCs NEWER UNIVERSITIES: UFV, ECUAD, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Capilano
University, VIU COLLEGE: career & university transfer DOUGLAS, LANGARA, VCC TECHNOLOGY: diplomas that may lead to degrees BCIT and some colleges TRADES/APPRENTICESHIPS: BCIT, VCC, etc. Education and job training= hands on work PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS & OLA University Accepted Courses
Literary Studies 12 20th C. World History 12/Histoire du Monde 12 Physical Geography 12 Geology 12 Anatomy and Physiology 12 Chemistry 12 Physics 12 Foundations of Math 12 (Arts Faculty) Comp. Cultures 12 (SFU and U. Vic) Economics 12 Francais 12 or French 12
Spanish 12 Pre-Calculus 12 Law Studies 12 Social Justice 12 (SFU, UVic, UBC Okanagan) Calculus 12 Psychology 12 (only if AP Exam written) Creative Writing 12 (SFU and U.Vic) Check University websites for a complete
lists of approved courses NEW: UBC Requirements Based on 12 to 18 courses including at least 6 grade 12 courses (not all have to be approved) All grade 11 and 12 courses included count Course choice should match program applied for. Lowest course omitted (as long as it is not a degree specific requirement) Faculty specific requirements still remain Breath, rigor and relevancy in course choice is important Holistic admission using Personal Profile, Faculty Requirements and Grade 11 and 12 courses. On-Line courses must be completed by February
1st. NEW: SFU Admission Requirements Starting 2020 Required Grade 11 Courses: Approved English 11, Science 11, Language 11, Math 11, Social Studies 11 or 12 English 12 with a minimum final blended grade of 70% Minimum of 5 Grade 12 approved courses (including English 12) Admission evaluation based on all approved Grade 11 and 12 courses with greater emphasis on List A courses Admission Compass
On-line courses must be completed by January 31st Post Secondary Education: Financial Aid General Criteria Academic Achievement & Potential School and Community Service Volunteer Activities Music, Arts or Athletic Talents Scholarships:
Government, PSI, Private Awards: Local, provincial, national and international Bursaries: Financial Need BC Achievement Scholarship: $1250 Based on Grade 10, 11 and 12 marks Canada Student Loans: Financial Need Clubs at Charles Best
Anime Club Best Buddies Butterfly Effect Biology World Chess Club Curling Club Debate Club D and D Environmental Club E-Sports Club Exchange Club Fitness Club Fly Fishing Club Force Of Nature French Club Grad Council
Improv Key Club Light Music Club Me to We Metfest Miracle Movement Model United Nations Mountain Bike Club Mural Club Music Council Odyssey of the Mind Peer Counsellors Peer Tutors Photo Club Pi of the Tiger
Pottery Club Prayer Club Project Hello SAGA (LGBTQ) Ski and Snowboard Cl Student Council SPIIN Stage Craft Students4Students Tech Connect UNICEF World Club World Wildlife Fund Writing Club Yes Youth
Sports at Charles Best Secondary Fall Boys Soccer Volleyball Field Hockey Cross Country Swimming Sports at Charles Best Secondary Winter Basketball Wrestling Badminton Lacrosse Hockey
Sports at Charles Best Secondary Spring Track & Field Rugby Tennis Golf Girls Soccer Timeline Grade 10 Programming Sheets due Feb. 28th Grade 11 Programming Sheets due
March 5th Grade 12 Programming Sheets due March 8th * *Grade 11s must meet with their Counsellor to clarify goals and discuss requirements between February 25th and March 8th Dr. Charles Best Secondary General Questions & Answers
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Website / Intranet maintenance and support (Contract modified on 2/9/09 increasing compensation by $12,920.00 per approved Change Order) SHAWANDA RANSOM Provided Easypast and web help info desk services
Nutrition/Gardening Program. FNP/EFNEP approved to teach the curriculum. Stress working in partnership with Master Gardeners, 4H, school and community volunteers interested in gardening, etc. Evaluation tools will be determined at the state level. Family Nutrition Education Program
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