Canadian Independent College continues to be organized around a tri semester system with entry points in: September, January, April. By the end of grade 10, students will have completed 16 of 18 compulsory courses required by the Ministry of Education, Ontario,Canada for graduation purposes. These courses are taught at a level that will enable students to complete OSSD standards. The achievement of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) is what our students are aiming for. The OSSD and the student’s final transcript is what will allow them to gain admission to universities and colleges worldwide. In order to achieve the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, students must successfully complete a total of 30 credits (18 of which are compulsory and 12 that are electives), the Ontario Literacy Test and 40 hours of community service. A credit is passing (50% and above) a 110-hour course.
Grades 9 And 10
Grades nine (9) and ten (10) make up the last two years of the intermediate curriculum in the Ontario Ministry of Education’s requirements for the Ontario Secondary Graduation Diploma. These years, with their largely compulsory subjects, provide the skill and content base for specialization in the senior division.
Grades 11 And 12
Canadian Independent College offers preparatory courses for University or College to students in Grades 11 and 12. These courses are designed to aid the students to gain the knowledge base and skills they need to meet the entrance requirements for University or College programs. Emphasis is placed on the theoretical aspects of the course content, as well as concrete applications. By the end of the Grade 12 year, students will have been able to complete the 30 credits required. Coupled with the completion of 40 hours of community involvement and successfully passing the required Ontario Secondary School Literacy test, students will be qualified for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) awarded by the Ontario Ministry of Education. Students who have completed an OSSD with at least six (6) acceptable prerequisite credits at the 4U/4M (Pre – University) are eligible for direct admission to universities or colleges worldwide.
|Grade 9||Grade 10||Grade 11||Grade 12||Pre University|
|GENERAL STREAM||GENERAL STREAM||ARTS/BUSINESS STREAM||SCIENCE STREAM||ARTS/BUSINESS STREAM||SCIENCE STREAM||ARTS/BUSINESS STREAM||SCIENCE STREAM|
|Math MPM1D||Math MPM2D||English ENG3U||English ENG3U||English ENG4U||English ENG4U||English ENG4U||English ENG4U|
|English ENG1D||English ENG2D||Functions MCR3U||Chemistry SCH3U||Advanced Functions MHF4U||Advanced Functions MHF4U||Advanced Functions MHF4U||Advanced Functions MHF4U|
|Canadian Geography CGC1D||Canadian History CHC2D||Individual and the economy C1E3M||Functions MCR3U||Math Data Management MDM4U||Math Data Management MDM4U||Math Data Management MDM4U||Chemistry SCH4U|
|Science SNC1D||Science SNC2D||Financial Accounting and Fundamentals BAF3M||Physics SPH3U||Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals BOH4M||Chemistry SCH4U||Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals BOH4M|
|French FSF1P/D||Civics and Career Studies GLC20/CHV20||Understanding Canadian Law CLU3M||Biology SBI3U||Financial Accounting Principles BAT4M||Calculus and Vectors MCV4U||Financial Accounting Principles BAT4M||Calculus and Vectors MCV4U|
|Health & Active Living PPL10||Elective||Computer Science ICS3U||Computer Science ICS3U||World History CHY4U||Biology SBI4U||World History CHY4U||Biology SBI4U|
|Integrated Arts ALC10||Elective||Elective||Elective||Philosophy HZT4U||Earth and Space Science SES4U||Philosophy HZT4U||Earth and Space Science SES4U|
|Elective||Elective||Elective||Elective||Calculus and Vectors MCV4U (Business & Finance Students)||Analyzing Current Economic Issues CIA4U||Calculus and Vectors MCV4U (Business & Finance Students)||Analyzing Current Economic Issues CIA4U|
|Elective||Elective||Elective||Elective||World Issues: A Geographical Analysis CGW4U||Computer Science ICS4U||World Issues: A Geographical Analysis CGW4U||Computer Science ICS4U|
|Canadian and International Law CLN4U||Canadian and International Law CLN4U|