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Examine and employ the characteristics of diverse functions, represent them through various methods, streamline expressions, and tackle intricate, multi-step problems. This course is designed to equip you for enrollment in college technology programs.

Prerequisites: MCF3M or MCR3U

This course aims to expand students’ comprehension of how mathematics is applied to handle data effectively. Throughout the course, students will implement techniques for structuring and dissecting vast quantities of data. They will address challenges involving probability and statistics and culminate their learning with an investigative project that unites various statistical concepts and abilities. Additionally, students will enhance their proficiency in the essential mathematical procedures that are pivotal for success in advanced mathematics. This course holds special relevance for students considering university programs in fields such as business, the social sciences, and the humanities.

Prerequisite: Functions, Grade 11, University Preparation, or Functions and Applications, Grade 11, University/College Preparation

Investigate applications in the real world to deepen your grasp of mathematics. You can use this course to get ready for careers in some skilled trades as well as for college programs in business, health sciences, and human services.

Prerequisites: MBF3C or MCF3M

This course builds upon students’ prior experience with functions. They will explore the characteristics of polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. Additionally, they will develop methods for combining these functions, enhance their comprehension of changing rates, and refine their ability to apply these principles and competencies. Furthermore, students will improve their utilisation of mathematical processes crucial for success in advanced mathematics. The course serves both students who are pursuing the Calculus and Vectors course as a requirement for university admission and those who want to strengthen their grasp of mathematics before embarking on various university programs.


Prerequisite: Functions, Grade 11, University Preparation, or Mathematics for College Technology, Grade 12, College Preparation.


This course is designed to enhance students’ existing knowledge of functions and their evolving grasp of rates of change. In this course, students will tackle problems that involve both geometric and algebraic representations of vectors, as well as representations of lines and planes in three-dimensional space. They will expand their comprehension of rates of change to encompass derivatives of various functions such as polynomials, sinusoids, exponentials, rationals, and radicals. These newfound concepts and skills will be applied to model real-world relationships. Furthermore, students will sharpen their proficiency in the mathematical processes crucial for success in advanced mathematics courses. This course is specifically intended for students aiming for careers in fields like science, engineering, economics, and select areas of business. It is especially valuable for those who anticipate taking university-level courses in calculus, linear algebra, or physics.

Prerequisite: Advanced Functions (MHF4U).

This course places a strong emphasis on the development of literacy, communication, and critical and creative thinking abilities. Students will analyze challenging literary works from various eras, nations, and cultures; interpret and assess informational and graphic texts; and produce oral, written, and media texts in a range of formats. Using academic language coherently and confidently, choosing the reading strategies best suited to specific texts and specific reading purposes, and improving writing control will all receive significant attention. The course’s goal is to get students ready for college, the workplace, or university.

Prerequisite: Grade 11 English, University Preparation (ENG3U

Attain and demonstrate the cross-disciplinary literacy skills assessed by the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. Achieve success in the course, fulfilling the provincial literacy requirement in the process.


Examine energy and the forces of motion, electromagnetic fields, light waves, quantum mechanics, and special relativity. Analyze data and conduct research. Examine the effects of technology.

Prerequisite: Chemistry, Grade 11, SPH3U

In this course, students have the opportunity to enhance their comprehension of chemistry by delving into various areas, including organic chemistry, the characteristics of matter’s structure, energy transformations and reaction rates, chemical equilibrium, and electrochemistry. As students explore chemical processes, they will continue to hone their problem-solving abilities and investigative skills. Additionally, they will refine their proficiency in conveying scientific knowledge effectively. Throughout the course, there will be a focus on recognizing the significance of chemistry in our daily lives and assessing the environmental consequences of chemical technology.

Prerequisite: Chemistry, Grade 11, University Preparation

Embark on a journey into the field of chemistry by delving into the examination of matter, organic chemistry, electrochemistry, the influence of technology on our daily lives, and the ecological aspects. Furthermore, gain expertise in laboratory methodologies and the processes of collecting and analyzing data.

Prerequisites: SNC2D or SNC2P

Increase your knowledge of Earth and the universe as a whole. Examine methods used by scientists to produce information about the qualities and forces in the cosmos and solar system.

Prerequisites: SNC2D



Expand your comprehension of fundamental physics principles. Examine these principles in the context of motion, the transformation of mechanical, electrical, and electromagnetic energy, as well as the functioning of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

Prerequisites: SNC2D or SNC2P

Gain understanding of current research and crucial work-related skills. Through hands-on, interactive activities, explore dangers, chemicals, disease and prevention, electricity, and nutrition.

Prerequisites: SNC2L or SNC2P

Enhance your comprehension of scientific, social, and environmental matters within health-related domains. Dive into subjects such as medical technologies, pathogens and diseases, nutrition, public health concerns, and biotechnology.

Prerequisites: Science, Grade 10, Academic, or any Grade 11 university, university/college, or college preparation course in science

Students have the chance to study the ideas and procedures that take place in biological systems in depth in this course. Students will study theory and conduct research in the fields of biochemistry, metabolic processes, molecular genetics, homeostasis, and population dynamics. The acquisition of in-depth knowledge and the development of the skills necessary for further study in the various branches of the life sciences and related fields will be prioritized.

Prerequisite: Biology, Grade 11, University Preparation

Investigate quadratic relationships and the concept of exponential growth. Tackle financial challenges related to compound interest. Cultivate your capacity for logical thinking by gathering, assessing, and scrutinizing data related to a single variable.

Prerequisites: MFM2P

This course introduces the concept of functions by broadening students’ exposure to linear and quadratic relationships. Students will examine the characteristics of discrete and continuous functions, including trigonometric and exponential functions. They will represent these functions in numerical, algebraic, and graphical forms, solve problems that involve the application of functions, investigate inverse functions, and develop proficiency in simplifying logarithmic expressions. Throughout the course, students will engage in mathematical reasoning and effectively communicate their thought processes while solving multi-step problems.

Prerequisite: Grade 10 Math MPM2D

This course places a strong emphasis on enhancing proficiency, communication, as well as critical and creative thinking skills that are crucial for success both academically and in daily life. Students will critically analyze challenging literary works from diverse time periods, countries, and cultures, alongside a range of informative and visual texts. They will also create oral, written, and media-based content in various formats. A significant focus will be on using language with precision and clarity and incorporating rhetorical devices appropriately and effectively. The course is designed to prepare students for the required Grade 12 college or college preparatory course.

Prerequisite: Grade 10 English ENG2D

This course enhances students’ grasp of fundamental physics principles. It involves the exploration of topics such as kinematics, with a focus on linear motion, various forces, energy conversions, the characteristics of mechanical waves and sound, and electricity and magnetism. As part of the course, students will refine their abilities in conducting scientific experiments to test the laws of physics. Moreover, they will analyze the connections between physics and technology, while also assessing the influence of technological applications of physics on society and the environment.

Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic

This course deepens students’ comprehension of the mechanisms within biological systems. It encompasses the study of theory and hands-on investigations in areas including biodiversity, evolution, genetic processes, the structure and functions of animals, and the anatomy, growth, and functions of plants. The course places a strong emphasis on the theoretical aspects of these subjects and facilitates the refinement of students’ scientific investigative skills.

Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic

Develop a comprehension of chemistry by exploring the characteristics of chemicals and chemical bonds, chemical reactions, solubility and solutions, atmospheric chemistry, and the behavior of gases.

Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic

Learn about the biological systems’ processes. Investigate cellular biology, microbiology, genetics, the anatomy of mammals, and plant structure to learn concepts and theories.

Prerequisites: SNC2D or SNC2P

Deepen your grasp of how mathematics applies to both the professional world and everyday scenarios. Address challenges linked to income generation, tax calculations, and the utilization of simple and compound interest computations.

Prerequisites: MAT2L or MFM1P or MPM1D or MTH1W

Acquire a fundamental understanding of quadratic relations, encompassing quadratic, trigonometric, and exponential functions. Express these functions in numerical, graphical, and algebraic forms, and develop proficiency in simplifying related expressions.

Prerequisites: MFM2P or MPM2D

Learn about the environmental science world. Investigate how human activity affects the environment, how health and the environment interact, how to conserve energy, and how to manage resources.

Prerequisites: SNC1D or SNC1L or SNC1P or SNC2L

learn about the environmental science world. Examine how science can be used to solve today’s environmental problems and to improve human health, agriculture, forestry, waste management, and energy conservation.

Prerequisites: SNC2D or SNC2P

Immerse yourself with the English-language writings of Indigenous authors to develop literacy, critical thinking, and communication skills. Develop a respect and appreciation for the depth and complexity of Aboriginal literature.


Through the study of English-language writings by indigenous authors, this course places an emphasis on the development of literacy, critical thinking, and communication skills. Students will examine the informational texts’ form, content, and style as well as literary and media works, and they will learn to appreciate the diversity and complexity of Aboriginal writing. Students will also analyze the relationship between media forms and audiences as well as write reports, letters, and persuasive essays. Establishing a suitable tone and employing precise and clear business and technical language will be a key focus.

Prerequisite: English, Grade 10, Academic or Applied

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