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|MEET with the STAFF there in the School
Students need to complete a certain number of courses, do community service hours, and pass a literacy test. To graduate from high school and receive an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) students must: Earn 30 credits - 18 credits are compulsory.Oct 28, 2015
Math: 4 credits, including Algebra I, II, Geometry and a fourth higher level math course (Students must be enrolled in a mathematics course each school year.)
English: 4 credits.
Science: 3 credits, including Biology, Chemistry or Physics, and a third lab course.
Please GO to the School and MEET with the Vocational Guidance Councilor or the Course co-ordinator and get the proper Credit materials and the classes that the Student needs to attend to get an ENTRY Into the Universities here in ONTARIO.
Example. : https://www.ugdsb.ca/whss/general-info/some-terms-used-in-secondary-school/
Originally posted by srpuri
My son will be going to grade 9 next year. Confused between Exploring technologies and Information and communication technology. At university level, he would prefer computer studies or sciences. So which to pick? Please advice, Thank you