grade 11 nelson students

what do I need to know when choosing?

If you are planning on going to University or College, you will need to know what prerequisites are required for your program. Do some research to ensure that you have made the right choices.

As a minimum to apply to University, you will need 6 courses with 4U or 4M in the course code; for example, ENG4U1 or TDJ4M1.

How do i choose my courses for grade 12?

We start talking to you about this process in November but your final course selection for next year isn't done until February.

Start planning now by using the High School Planner option on myBlueprint. Login using the "School Account Log In" option.

Course descriptions and required prerequisites can be found here. Use the flowchart to determine what you need to take a grade 12 course.

missed the planning your future assembly?

No problem! we've got you covered

Video Presentation: Nelson Grade 11 Presentation Oct 2020

Companion videos by pathway: Grade 11 College student

Grade 11 University student

Grade 11 Workplace student

In the video, there are a number of links to websites to be used for research. Once you have viewed the video, please open the slide presentation below to use any of the links.

Slide Presentation with active links: Grade 11 Presentation Oct 2020 slides

If you have any Community Service Hours that need to be submitted, please use the form below to submit them. You will need to scan any letters or forms and attach them with your submission.

Community Service Hours: Community Service Hours submission form

Looking for the community service hours tracking sheet?

The sheet and rules for eligibility can be found here: Tracking sheet Eligible/Ineligible activities

have community service hours to submit?

Submit your hours here: Submit Community Service hours

Looking for some ideas for community service hours?

Search here for opportunities: Volunteer Halton SPARK Ontario

Check here for ideas from the board: HDSB ideas during COVID

When can I start and how many do I need?

Students can start accumulating their hours in the summer following their grade 8 year. You need to complete 40 hours to graduate.

interested in contextualized learning?

Pathways Programs are contextualized learning experiences that incorporate real world situations, curriculum integration, and cross-curricular literacy and numeracy. Explore OYAP, SHSM and Specialized programs offered by HDSB.

Start your exploration here: Halton Pathways programs

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