Social Studies provides opportunities for students to be challenged to become critical thinkers who can engage with the world around them through the development of skills and knowledge to become an informed, responsible and engaged member of our society. Through challenging students to acquire new knowledge and communication skills, our students are better equipped to participate fully in a pluralistic democratic society. With this newly acquired knowledge, skills and attitudes, students are able to develop a sense of self, community, resilience, and understanding to affirm their place as a citizen in an inclusive democratic community.
Specialized Course Descriptions
Aboriginal Studies 30
This class will provide a further understanding of Aboriginal culture, identity and community practice through in-depth study and practical experiences. This course is offered in addition to Grade 12 Social Studies courses and can be used for Post-Secondary entrance requirements.