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Lucia V. Coretti
Our academic enrichment program offers an engaging and challenging curriculum through the delivery of the International Baccalaureate MYP program from Secondary1 to 5. For more information visit the IB website: PCHS International Baccalaureate Website
In the French Immersion program students receive their instructions in French in
the following subjects Français, Géographie/Histoire and Éthiques. The following
subjects are taught in English; English Language Arts, Science, Mathematics, Art
option and Physical Education
In secondary 3 and 4 French Immersion students take Histoire and Français enrichi.
In the English Core program students receive their instruction in English with the exception of one course in French as a second language.
The class will be made up of students following the CASP program and students working towards a grade 3 academic level. This group has one core teacher.
This class of students will be working towards their grade 4 competencies. These students may have PE and Art classes with their grade level peers.
These students are working towards obtaining their end of elementary credits. This will be a preparation for students to enter a WOTP program (pre-work, semi – skilled). These students may have common PE and Art classes with their grade level peers.
Students will continue to work towards achieving their elementary credits and are work towards obtaining their secondary cycle one competencies. This will be a preparation for students to enter a WOTP program (pre-work, semi – skilled). These students may have common PE and Art classes with their grade level peers.
VEEP - Vocational Exploration
This is a one-year program that focuses on English, French, Math and Science at the secondary 3 level. The focus is on preparing them for possible vocational programs in secondary 4 and/or continuing on to completing high school leaving.
This semi-skilled class is a one-year program that allows students to focus on the competencies required for English, Math and French in Secondary Cycle One. Furthermore, students complete a minimum of 375 hours of training in a Semi-Skilled Trade. This valuable experience opens numerous doors for the students, including adult education, vocational training, entering the workforce or returning to Secondary Cycle Two Year One.
This pre-work class is a three-year program which allows students to focus on the competencies required for English, Math and French in elementary cycle 2/3 (grade 6). Students will complete a stage in years 2 and 3 of the program.
Academic Programs for Grade 10 and 11 students. Programs stress personal achievement and growth in a positive, supportive environment, through both educational and social development. The ultimate goal of the programs are high school graduation. Visions students are grouped together for all of their classes, and courses are semestered (when scheduling allows).
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