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Course Descriptions:

To learn about a particular course, use the Table of Contents below. Simply click on a course to see what you will learn in that course.

Biology 11

This is an introductory course in Biology which primarily focuses on the 5 Kingdoms of organisms found on our planet: Monerans, Protists, Fungi, Plants and Animals. Students will also learn about the process of evolution as well as analyze relationships of organisms within ecosystems.

Biology 12

This course looks in depth at the structure and function of cells and the major physiological systems of the human body. A great deal of terminology will be introduced as the course deals with how our bodies work. There is a provincial exam for Biology 12, and while not required for this course, may be requested if using this course for a university admission requirement.

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Physics 11

This introductory course in Physics, the study of matter and energy, teaches concepts such as: wave motion and optics, kinematics, forces, Newton’s Laws, momentum, energy, special relativity and nuclear fission and fusion.

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Chemistry 11

Chemistry 11 teaches students about the fundamentals of matter. This introductory course focuses on the following concepts: atoms and molecules, moles, chemical reactions, atomic theory, solution chemistry and organic chemistry.

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