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Canadian and World Studies

The Canadian and World Studies department offers quite a wide range of classes for each grade. Grade 9 students focus mainly on Canadian Geography, grade 10 students study Civics and Citizenship and Canadian History since World War I, grade 11's focus on Parenting, Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology, Canadian Law, World History to the end of the 15th Century, and being brought back this year, American History. Finally, grade 12 students can take course on Parenting, Challenge and Change, Philosophy, World History since the 15th Century, and Law. These classes are all relevant to the real world so a lot of what students learn in these classes will help with real world problems and help them develop a deeper understanding of society.




Parenting class, Robot Baby Assignment

Grade 9

  • Issues in Canadian Geography (Academic)
  • Issues in Canadian Geography (French Immersion) (Academic)
  • Issues in Canadian Geography (Applied)
Grade 10
  • Canadian History Since World War I (Academic)
  • Canadian History Since World War I (French Immersion) (Academic)
  • Canadian History (Locally Developed)
  • Canadian History Since World War I (Applied)
  • Civics and Citizenship (Open)
Grade 11
  • Travel and Tourism: A Geographic Perspective (Open) (e-Learning)
  • American History (University)
  • World History to the End of the Fifteenth Century (University/College)
  • Understanding Canadian Law in Everyday Life (Workplace)
  • Understanding Canadian Law (University/College)
  • Raising Healthy Children (Open)
  • World Religions and Belief Traditions in Daily Life (Open)
  • World Religions: Perspectives, Issues & Challenges (University/College)
  • World Religions: Perspectives, Issues & Challenges (French Immersion) (University/College)
  • Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology (College)
  • Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology (University)
  • Current Aboriginal Issues in Canada (University/College)
Grade 12 
  • World Issues: A Geographic Analysis (University) (e-Learning)
  • Canada: History, Identity and Culture (University) (e-learning)
  • World History since the Fifteenth Century (College)
  • World History since the Fifteenth Century (University)
  • Canadian and International Law (University)
  • Nutrition and Health (College)
  • Nutrition and Health (University)
  • Families in Canada (College)
  • Families in Canada (University)
  • Challenge and Change in Society (University)
  • Philosophy: Questions and Theories (University)
  • Issues of Indigenous Peoples in a Global Context (University/College)